Holden Caulfield's Emotional Dispair

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Holden Caulfield has reached the lowest state of being as his emotional dispair has progressed far beyond a point in which he capable of salvaging. As such, Holden seeks in his younger sister Phohe, in the hopes that he can amend the emotional damage that has taken place . Holden is desperately in search of a place in which he can overcome this and heal in comfort. This is partially due to the fact that Holden resents the ingeniunity that is quite prevalent in society. These vacant and pitiful social interactions subsequently make it difficult to form meaningful connections leaving holden with no one to confide in (quote). Holden struggles with his exposures to the harsh reality of adulthood, as his perception of innocence is brutually

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