Catcher in the rye , chapter 2 , setting - at the football game
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Holden is at a Pencey football game. While the crowd is excited, Holden refuses to be part of them. He considers them phony or "crazy cannons". Holden thinks the football game is stupid. Holden's comments isolate him from the people and surroundings in this life. This is a reoccurring motif throughout the story.