Compare And Contrast Holden Caulfield And Catcher In The Rye

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Have you ever felt that you were all alone? How does this make you feel? Sad? Bored? Confused on what to do? Whenever you feel isolated from society your brain becomes perplexed and it negatively affects your well-being. Holden Caulfield and Tyler Miller are the main protagonists from Catcher in the Rye by J.D. Salinger and Twisted by Laurie Halse Anderson who experience isolation. They experience isolation and it becomes evident the way they get into the state of seclusion. They are troubled students in school and the people around them tend to perceive them in a grim way. They end up becoming aware that family and friends cure this state of isolation. Firstly, Holden Caulfield and Tyler Miller can both be considered troubled students in High School. Their actions often lead to consequences and it seems that they are being a nuisance to everyone. It seems no matter what happens in the world they will not be able to change themselves and will be stuck being a ‘troublemaker’ their whole life. Being considered a ‘troublemaker’ has a negative toll on their mental health and social wellness. They are often outcasted from society and have trouble making a dent in their life. Holden perfectly illustrates a troubled student who goes through social issues and how their actions affect their existence. An example in Twisted where the protagonist Tyler is a troubled person and it affects him in life. I was good at digging holes. It was the rest of life I sucked

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