Character Analysis Of Holden Caulfield 's ' The Catcher 's The Rye '

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J.D Salinger’s novel, The Catcher in the Rye, is narrated by Holden Caulfield, a teenage boy who describes a couple days of his life in extreme detail while being a patient in a mental hospital. Throughout the novel the reader learns about Holden and gets an insight on how he sees life and deals with the problems that he comes across. Holden has a very different approach than most people on the way he thinks and does things. The way that he deals with situations leaves the reader questioning and realizing how depressed Holden is and that he is suffering from serious psychological problems. Throughout the novel Holden has to make many decisions that he deals with in an unusual way and leaves the reader questioning his decision making.
Throughout the years education has grown and changed so much and has become a very important aspect of every kids life. Just over the past few years college has grown so much and became a necessity for most job requirements. The standards also have been set higher and students have a lot more pressure on them as they need to achieve and work for so much more. Most kids know that if you want to be successful you need to apply yourself, get good grades and work hard. Today there are students who care so much and are working hard to take advantage the good education that they receive and use it to benefit themselves, there also are students who are lazy and lacking any type of motivation to work hard in school and just see it as a waste of time.…

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