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AP Card Catcher in the rye

AP Card Catcher in the rye - Samuel Castrejon Period 0 The...

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Samuel Castrejon Period 0 9/3/11 The Catcher in the Rye , J.D Salinger, 1951 Major Characters: The major characters in the novel are Holden Caulfield, Phoebe Caulfield, Ackley, Stradlater, Jane Gallagher, and Mr. Antolini Locations: The Catcher in the Rye takes place in Pency Prep and the location moves to New York city where Holden moves from various nightclubs and hotels. Major Scenes: Holden has been expelled from Pency Prep and decides to visit his favorite teacher, Mr. Spencer, but is uncomfortable when Mr. Spencer begins to talk about Holden’s failure (Chapter 1). Holden writes a composition describing his dead brother’s baseball mitt for his roommate who is out on a date with Jane Gallagher, a girl he used to like, while writing the composition Holden reminisces the days before his brother died (Chapter 6). Holden leaves Pency Prep and stays at a hotel where Maurice, the elevator operator, offers to bring a prostitute to Holden’s rooms, he agree, but then he refuses to lose his virginity, this situation shows that Holden is not ready to become a mature adult (Chapter 13). Holden is on a date with Sally Hayes, a girl Holden use to date, and he tries to convince her to run away with him but she refuses which causes Holden to get angry (Chapter 17). After leaving the hotel, Holden sneaks into his apartment to talk to his little sister Phoebe because she is the only person that he doesn’t get annoyed of (Chapter 22). Holden leaves his home and goes to Mr.Antolini’s house to ask for advice because he trusts him as a teacher and a person (Chapter 24). Holden meets up with sister in New York after leaving a note informing her that he will be
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