The Catcher in the Rye

how did allies deathe affect holden



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Allie's death gives Holden an appreciation for children. He does not display the negativity towards children as he does towards the adult world. Holden longs to protect children. To Holden, children are the only saving grace of humanity. He sees his brother as innocent, which personifies how he feels about little children.