That is a staggering one in every fifteen people 2 in our classroom alone. Salinger, and A Separate Peace, written by John Knowles, both interpret the lives of adolescent boys journeying through their conflicts and inner confusion to reach the level of maturity.
He goes to see Mr Spencer to say goodbye, but shows irritation when Mr Spencer tries to remind him of his poor academic performance. The finest manner to judge and analyze Holden is by his statements and actions, which can be irrefutably presented. Holden is too afraid to open up his heart to anyone for fear of losing them, but he is also suffering from extreme loneliness at the same time.
But is it to explicit and should it be banned or censored from schools?
Holden Caulfield, the protagonist, is a young teenager who has emotional instability and behavioral concerns. Salinger, contains many complex symbols, many of the symbols in the book are interconnected. Holden is trying to reconcile his emotions since Allie's death.
We can see this throughout the novel, as Holden strives to preserve innocence in himself and others Salinger and Knowles both discern the literal ways a typical teenager grows up with the help of literary elements such as plot, setting, character development, conflicts, irony, symobolism, theme, and point of F.