The Catcher in the Rye is a novel written by J.D. Salinger in 1951. It is told from the first person perspective of a young boy named Holden Caulfield, who is in a psychiatric facility after the events of the novel. Holden dislikes the world around him and his story reflects that. It explores themes such as growing up, the phoniness that comes with growing up, and alienation from peers as a means of protecting oneself.
Holden is telling his story from
What is the name of the last school Holden from which Holden is expelled?
What is the book that Holden is reading when he is in his dorm room?
What did Holden buy during the fencing team's trip to New York?
Why did Holden have to return from New York early?
Describing his roommate, Holden says Stradlater is
Who does Stradlater take on a date?
What does Holden write about for Stradlater's composition?
What did Allie die from?
Why does Holden attack Stradlater?
Holden loved the way Jane
What does Holden do when Stradlater hit him?
Who does Holden meet on the late train to Manhattan?
Who does Holden call when he arrived at Penn Station?
On his way to the Edmont Hotel, Holden asks the taxi driver if
What does Holden see on the other side of the hotel when he checks into his room?
What does the elevator man at the Edmont offer Holden?
Holden tells Sunny he can't sleep with her because
What do Holden and the nuns discuss at the sandwich counter?
How much does Holden donate to the nuns?
What does Holden hear when he is wandering around Broadway?
What does Holden buy for Phoebe?
Why does Holden love the Museum of Natural History?
Phoebe believes that Holden
Why does Holden leave Mr. Antolini's suddenly?