Role Of Frustration In J. D. Salinger's The Catcher In

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At some point in everyones life, one just dreads taking on the day or just getting up. This could be due to depression or lack of motivation, but for others it is because they loath their situation and everything occurring within it. If that is the case and a few other factors are added, one will begin to experience a feeling known as angst. While experiencing this emotional state, one will start to be overcome with immense feelings of anxiety and frustration while doing most tasks as little as trying to write a paragraph (Angst). Holden Caufield from J.D. Salinger’s The Catcher in the Rye, is a fantastic example of how angst can affect a young persons life. This feeling of dread and frustration takes over almost every aspect of his life, which

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