I think your referring the book Catcher in the Rye by J.D. Salinger but the question really doesn't make sense on how you wouldn't be able to wear his hat backwards
^^ i dont know the answer to the question, but to whoever answered this before me, he repeatedly refers to him liking to wear his hat backwards, so your answer makes no sense.
There is no such book. If you are asking who wrote Catcher in the Rye, then the answer is J.D Salinger
The previous answer is not completely correct. J.D. Salinger is the author of Catcher in the Rye but there is also a book called Catcher in the Wry. And they author of that book is Bob Uecker. Wry and is comedy, and its awesome.
J. D. Salinger's family practiced Catholic Judiasm however, he did not. Salinger searched through many religions over his lifetime including Buddhism and Hinduism. Although, he is best known for his Hindu beliefs.
Salinger's father was Jerome David Salinger was born in Manhattan, New York, on New Year's Day, 1919. His mother, Marie (née Jillich), was born in Atlantic, Iowa, of Scottish, German and Irish descent. His paternal grandfather, Simon, born in Lithuania, was at one time the rabbi for the Adath Jeshurun congregation in Louisville, Kentucky. His father, Sol Salinger, sold kosher cheese. Salinger's mother changed her name to Miriam and passed as Jewish. Salinger did not learn his mother was actually Catholic and willingly converted to Judiasm until just after his bar mitzvah.. Personally religion did not really have a huge impact on his life.
Constancy. Something that can be relied upon. Something that isn't "phony".
He spent the night in the family garage, and broke all the garage windows with his fist, badly lacerating his hand in the process.
Holden treats little kids with an amused gentleness. The reader gathers that he likes, and respects young kids ("They kill me"). He also feels very protective of them.
Given the context and time of the story, Holden would have been born about 1932.
because he views jane as someone who is pure and he knows that stadlater is far from pure and he has had many sexual relationship with other girls and so he is concerned that he will make her unpure or that he will make her do something that she does not want to do with him
First of all, it is "popular" because many American students are required to read it in high school. By that fact alone, the book is very well known.
As far as the content, The Catcher in the Rye is popular among teens because it touches on subjects of rebellion and alienation, themes that any teen can relate to.
Personally, when I read Catcher in the Rye I felt I could relate with the protagonist Holden's angst at the world.
He's in a hospital for tb like he says in the end of the first chapter.
D. B. is the first and middle initial of Holden's older brother. He does not say what the "D.B." stands for.
Spencer is old, sick (with a bad cold), and wearing a ratty robe in a bedroom that "smells like Vicks Nose Drops" as Holden puts it. Holden finds the whole scene depressing.
Holden is in fact more of a phony than the people that he accuses. Holden believes that all adults are phony because of the fact that they take responsibility for their lives, even when things don't go your way, adults have to cope.
Holden finds it particularly difficult to accept that his parents are able to move on from Allie's death. His parents move forward, continue to live, to work to make money. Unfortunately for Holden, he does not realize that life requires the living to go on, even though you bear a deep sadness and loss in your heart.
D.B., Holden's older brother is a phony, a sell-out, because he writes scripts for Hollywood instead of serious books. Yet Holden, who refuses to participate in being a responsible student does not see his own faults.
His family is not pretending to live, they are not phony, what is phony is Holden's refusal to grow up. You can't stop the process. It is phony of Holden to pretend to remain a child, when he knows that, he is maturing into a young adult.
It is phony of Holden to say that he really cares about Jane Gallagher, yet he never calls her. When she has a date with Stradlater, Holden does not go to the Annex to say hello.
Holden is a very
depressed person, he is stuck in a grief cycle over his brother's death, refuses to accept responsibility and accuses everyone around him who lives their life of being a phony. - pmiranda2857
because gravity now pushes up and left instead of right
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Huck's father was a drunk, he beat him and kept him locked in the cabin, all to get his money. Huck was afraid of his dad, and cooked up a plan to escape. He definitely wasn't happy about living with him and he didn't like him at all.
hm... cuz his die
He seems to be in a mental hospital/insane asylum in California.
Very hard to say. Holden seems to dismiss his mother as almost an abstract. He has no complaints about her, and he also has no praise for her. The reader gets the impression that he does think she is an excellent mother to Phoebe, and Holden is genuinely concerned about what his mother's reaction will be when she finds out he "got the axe again". The most specific thing Holden tells us about his mother is that she is very nervous, "half the time she's up all night smoking cigarettes".
The golden rings is very symbolic and it is a representation of Holden renewing his faith by seeing how Phoebe decides to grab the ring. He sees that she is risking herself in order to achieve what she wants. Holden "grabs his own ring" by deciding in the end to go to an institution and to continue to fight for a better and happier life.
Or Phoebe just wanted a free ride.
because everyone there is a phony
Mr. Antolini was a favorite teacher of Holden's at an earlier school. He goes to Mr. Antolini's apartment because he needs a place to stay for the night. He trusts Antolini, and is comfortable with him. This changes during the visit, but if it was actually because Antolini was making a homosexual pass at Holden, or it it was because of Holden's increasing paranoia is purposely left vague.
He gives her the red hunting cap, because he thought she'd get a 'kick' out of it.
Any number of them, depending on which edition of the novel you have......
He decides to go to New York and hide for a few days before telling his parents his news of being expelled, then he would give them a couple days to digest the news before moving back in.