Holden Caulfield Quotes

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Holden Caulfield is in love with Jane and he doesn’t know if she likes him back. The statements that Holden makes can be somewhat loving and caring about Jane. “Catcher in the Rye” by J.D. Salinger Holden is in love with Jane and every time he speaks about her to other such as Sladhater who Holden mostly talks about her to him. Holden and Jane haven’t talked yet so we don’t know if Jane likes him. In “Catcher in the Rye”, J.D. Salinger portrays Holden by being an outgoing, needing to grow-up, and corrupt innocence however when he is thinking about Jane he is sweet and likes to talk to others about her. In J.D. Salinger “Catcher in the Rye” Holden says statements that catch the eye of some readers by the way he pays attention to her and loving…show more content…
"Her mom and dad were separated. Her mom was hitched again to some liquor dog," I said. "Thin person with furry legs. I recall that him. He wore shorts constantly. Jane said he should be a dramatist or some goddam thing, however all I ever observed him do was liquor constantly and tune in to each goddam riddle program on the radio. Also, circled the goddam house, stripped. With Jane, around, what not." (Salinger 50). Holden think about whether Jane and her "lousy adolescence" fills in as some kind of association amongst her and Holden. Given the circumstances, he later uncovers that he, as well, has had some "pervert" stuff transpire "around twenty circumstances since he was a child." On pages 87-88 Jane and Holden start to have dialogue and he begging’s to like her even more so does she. This allows Holden to have extreme confidence and maturity into making him a better person. Holden likes Jane and he starts to become a better person around her and instead of having the idea of killing himself than he should have started to think of Jane but he lets the best of him. Holden turns out to be too shy for Jane and she tends to push him away for
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