When was Holden Caulfield created?
Holden Caulfield was created in 1945.
Holden Caulfield is the name of the protagonist in the novel, Catcher in the Rye, by J.D. Salinger.
Yes, Holden Caulfield is insecure about himself and just wants to be accepted by the people he comes across.
Holden Caulfield has self-esteem issues, bipolar disorder, depression, and post traumatic stress.
Holden Caulfield suffers from bipolar disorder therefore should get get attention in a rest home.
No not at all.
Which JD Salinger character rejected conformity in a novel that created a great deal of controversy?
Holden Caulfield, the viewpoint character in "Catcher in the Rye," lived in New York City
Holden Caulfield wore a deerstalker, the same kind of hat that Sherlock Holmes wore.
Holden would be in his late 80s
Yes, he does.
Jane Gallagher Allie Caulfield Phoebe Caulfield The Ducks The Nuns
drop out from NYC
Holden lived in New York in the Catcher in the Rye!
because nothing in there changes. holden doesnt like change
Holden doesn't want the kids in the school to see the profanity.
Given the context and time of the story, Holden would have been born about 1932.
Because they are hypocrites.
holden caulfield told the audience (Us) what his life is and where he is going to go etc. He also explains everything about himself and the other people like Phoebe and Ackley and Stradlater etc.
Because Salinger admitted that Caulfield was loosely based on his own experiences.
In "The Catcher in the Rye", the main characted, Holden Caulfield has a crush on a girl named Jane Gallagher. She used to live near Caulfield and they used to play checkers together.
Holden is described by these three traits: Depression, anger, anxiety.
Holden was 17 when narrating the book, but the events of the book happened when he was 16.
ask your mom.
Holden Caulfield is both the protagonist and the anithero.
The protagonist's name is Holden Caulfield.
He's the main character and narrator
There are smiles
In J. D Salinger's "Catcher in the Rye", protagonist Holden Caulfield resides in the Ossenberger Memorial wing of his dormitory at Pencey. The wing is named for a benefactor who was a former Pencey student. Holden mocks Ossenberger's dedication speech and dismisses him as a "phony".
Holden Caulfield left the Whooton school not because he flunked or failed to apply himself, but simply because he was surrounded by phonies. QUOTE- "I didn't exactly flunk out or anything. I just quit, sort of" (13) Spoken from Holden to Old Spencer
Any number of them, depending on which edition of the novel you have......
Disgusting and bitter
because he was traumatized when Allie, his younger brother died.
Because he failed everything except English.
Holden is 13 years old when Allie dies. Reference : The Catcher in the Rye - Page 38
Holden wears his hat to the side so he is hiding himself from the world. He uses it as a shield to keep people away.
Caulfield Football Club was created in 1965.
Caulfield railway station was created in 1879.
Phoebe is Holden Caulfield, the protagonist's younger sister.
Holden Caulfield -- Yes. he is telling a psychiatrist the story.
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Catcher In The Rye is narrated by the main character, Holden Caulfield.
he's a depressed boy who can't find his place in the world