Premium Content Holden Caulfield's Character Presented in the Novel
By Nicholas Rosen - November 25, 2002
The Catcher in the Rye, written by J.D. Salinger, is seen throughout the narrative repeatedly asking the simple question, ³Where do ducks go in the winter?² The simplicity of this question reflects upon a predicament for Holden that remains of the utmost importance and significance throughout the novel. Although a complex character, Holden many…
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