The Catcher in the Rye

“Holden is more in flight from lies than in search of truth.” Discuss.


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Bildungsroman story. Holden is depressed and, like all adolescents, trying to find meaning and identity. This is compounded by the fact that he is probably clinically depressed. Lies and truth fall under the construct of Holden's fragile psychological state.