03 28, 2009
CITR Created Response: Part 23
Holden Caulfield, the main character coming from J. G. Salinger's book The Catcher in
the Rye, contains a different romance with his sibling Phoebe than any other figure in
the book. Together with his cynical perspective on existence, Holden sees it hard to get in touch with
persons. Throughout the book, one can notice that Holden is desperately searching for
someone who can easily understand him. He sees Phoebe because the only person he can go to that
is not going to judge him; one could admit she's his rock. She has the only person that he
will not think is usually " artificial, вЂќ both. For example , at the beginning of Chapter twenty-three, there is a
landscape where Holden asks his sister to dance. " вЂC'mon, ' I said. вЂYou think that dancing? ' I
taught her the right way to dance and all when the lady was a tiny little kid. She's a very good dancer. I
mean I simply taught her a few items. She discovered it typically by very little. You can't instruct
somebody the right way to really move. вЂќ (175) From browsing that research, one can notice that
Holden feels highly of his small sister. He goes on to say that even though tiny kids appear
terrible if they dance, but with Phoebe is actually different. She's honest regarding everything,
and she's never fake with him, or perhaps with any individual, for that matter. However , with world,
Holden appears to think that most people are phony, or fake. They do not accept him, most
very likely because they don't understand his cynical approach to things, yet because Phoebe
does appreciate him, the girl with the only one he can maintain a well balanced relationship with.
Therefore , Holden's relationship with Phoebe is much more real than others.
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