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Catcher In The Rye: Theme Of The World Having An Outward Appearance - School Essays

Catcher In The Rye: Theme Of The World Having An Outward Appearance



The theme that the world has an outward appearance that seems fair and
perfect but really they're as Holden put it "phonies." This is shown
countless amount of times in his journey through New York and even before
he left. The setting is in the 1950's; so I'm pretty sure that he didn't
encounter any transvestites, lesbians, or anything that extreme of phoniest.
Or on the other hand he could have liked them for being as Elmemson said a
"none conformist." But I doubt it, he seemed to like kids more than
anything. And his job, as he felt, was to protect them in their innocents;
of which I will talk about in my second theme.

The first example that stands out in my mind is the scene with ...

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his face; but Stradlater thought that he was a great guy. He actually
thought that there was nothing wrong with never washing his razor. I think
that what mad, Holden so made Stradlater was perpetrating in other word
being "phony" every time he went out all GQ after using that filthy razor.

Another instance is when he calls that girl in New York, Faith Cavendish,
that Eddie Birdsell had brought to a dance at Princeton. Anyway he called
her and she almost went off until Holden drooped Eddie's name. Then all of
a sudden "she was getting friendly as hell." The same person said "if you
think I enjoy bein' woke up in the middle-" was "getting an english accent
all of a sudden." I think Holden caught her with her fašade down. When she
first picked up the phone she was mad as anybody else would be in her shoes.
But as soon as she processed "Eddie Birdsell from Princeton" she became so
amicable. She most of thought that a friend of Eddie, from Princeton, most
have been rich ...

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I guest I have to
take back my sentence about transvestites in the opening paragraph. Second
he saw a couple squiring water and "they were in hysterics the whole time,"
a little strange. You see the outside of the hotel represents what society
is or tries to be, all nice and neat. And the people acting silly in the
rooms are what we a really like. I'm not saying we are all perverts but we
all have two different personalities; one outside and one inside closed
doors.

Since I'm will into the second page and it's past my bed time or at lest it
feels like it is this is the last one for this theme. The one I had in mind
is the one the date he had with Sally. From the jump she was phony. ...

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