S: "Catcher In The Rye"
BC: Holden's Scrapbook ~ Life's Tough. | Holden Caulfield
FC: By: Jessica Perez and Kassandra Fernandez | "Holden's Scrapbook"
1: The hunting cap was purchased by Holden in New York. It symbolizes various themes throughout the novel, for example, superficiality of society and isolation. He uses his hat for protection and when he cares about how he looks. Page # : 18
2: The ducks in the winter represent Holden's future because he is so preoccupied as to where the ducks go during the winter, which in a way reflects his concern to where he's going to end up in life. Page # : 13 and 60
3: Holden came across bus tickets when he leaves Pencey when he meets Ernest Morrow's mother. It signifies him leaving to a new destination. Page # : 54 | The checkers symbolizes not wanting to move forward, by keeping all the Kings in the back when he and Jane played. It's coming of age. Page # : 76
4: Holden came across this "Little Shirley Beans" record while he was in New York. It made him think of Phoebe. It had significance to him because he thought it would be something that she'd really appreciate. Page # : 114 | Holden came across this little poor looking boy was singing "If a body catch a body coming through the rye" while his parents didn't care what he was doing. Holden felt better as soon as he heard the little boy. Page # : 115
5: The museum represents Holden's past with Phoebe. When he was little and went to Phoebe's school, he remembered going go to the Museum with his class. Now, Phoebe is doing the same, it's like some things never change. Page # : 120-121 | The Museum
6: The baseball mitt belonged to Allie, Holden's dead brother. It had poems written all over it. Holden treasured it as a memory of Allie. Page # : 39
7: Holden went to Radio City Music Hall. The war movie he saw was an inauthentic art, that was about glorifying the war and the military. Holden hates that. Page # : 137-139 | The Carrousel's gold ring symbolizes not growing up. The carrousel goes in circles, which means not moving from youth. Page # : 211-213