The favorite thing for me in the book was that Holden talked about phony things.

After I read 'Catcher in the Rye', I asked myself what was about. I had to find out what Holden meant 'catcher in the rye' in the book. Even though I found it somewhere, I still didn't know how it related to the book. When I read this book, it was very easy for me to me. Usually I read a book I need a dictionary, but not this book. On the top of it, the book is thin. What was good about the book for me was as if I had been through some of the situations that Holden went through.

I still remember a few things in the book. Holden was expelled again from school because his academic performance was horrible. He just came back from a game in New York Someone told Holden that the professor wanted to see him, so he went to see him. The way he thought of his professor and his wife was kind of interesting. When he left the professor office, he went back to his dorm, packing and stacking his stuff and was ready to go home. I think in the dorm he reflected his school time. Above all, how he thought about his classmates and roommates. Moreover, he thought about his older brother who was some sort of successful writer in LA. I remember his classmate asked him to write an essay because he was good at it. I think he also mentioned about some of his classmates going to good school after senior year.

When he left his school, he went to a train station. On the train, he met a woman who said his son went to the same school as he did. He knew her son and said good things about him. Actually he did not like him. Actually I thought Holden was not a phony person. That is one of the reasons I like Holden very much.

When he arrived in New York, he stayed at the hotel because he did not want to see his parents yet. His parents were definitely disappointed his performance at school. It was not his first time to have been kicked out. He stayed at the hotel. Then I do not remember what he did much. I think he called a girl who he knew but her mother said she was not home. Later, the girl invited him to a party. She introduced him to her friend who was from Prinction. Holden was thinking what a big deal he was going to Princton.

The next day he went to the bar in the hotel and sat in the back. He ordered the soda and scotch. The way he thought of those women fascinated me. He danced with them. He thought one of them was beautiful. Others were not great. Those women wanted to see the superstar Gary Cooper because he hung around here once.

The other thing he did was that he wanted to see her little sister very much. He called home but his mom picked up the phone. Holden met his sister in her school somewhere near the Natural History museum. He told her that he wanted to go away and only wanted to live somewhere, with the girl he adored.

Another day he slipped back home when his parents were away.

It was interesting that he talked about ducks in the central park when he was in the cab.

I still remember that someone in the hotel gave him a phone number to call prostitute. Anyway he paid for the service but he did not do it.

In the last part of the book, Holden wanted to get way from NY. He called his sister to say goodbye. His little sister, packing her stuff, with all her money, insisted to go with him. They met in the zoo but they did not leave.
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The favorite thing for me in the book was that Holden talked about phony1 things.

After I read 'Catcher in the Rye', I asked myself what it was about. I had to find out what Holden meant by 'catcher in the rye'. Even though I found it somewhere, I still didn't understand how it related to the book. When I read this book, it was very easy for me to me 2. Usually when I read a book I need a dictionary, but not with this book. On the top of it, the book is thin 3. What was good about the book for me was as if I had been through some of the situations that Holden went through 4.

I still remember a few things in the book. Holden was expelled again from school because his academic performance was horrible. He just came back from a game in New York Someone told Holden that the professor wanted to see him, so he went to see him. The way he thought of his professor and his wife was kind of interesting. When he left the professor office, he went back to his dorm, packing and stacking his stuff and was ready to go home. 5. I think in the dorm he reflected 6 his school time. Above all, he thought about his classmates and roommates. Moreover, he thought about his older brother who was some sort of successful writer in LA. I remember his classmate asked him to write an essay because he was good at it. I think he also mentioned about some of his classmates going to good school after senior year.

When he left his school, he went to a train station. On the train, he met a woman who said his son went to the same school as he did. 7. He knew her son and said good things about him. Actually he did not like him. Actually I thought Holden was not a phony person. That is one of the reasons I like Holden very much.

When he arrived in New York, he stayed at the hotel because he did not want to see his parents yet. His parents were definitely disappointed 8 his performance at school. It was not his first time to have been kicked out. He stayed at the hotel. Then I do not remember what he did much. I think he called a girl who he knew but her mother said she was not home. Later, the girl invited him to a party. She introduced him to her friend who was from Prinction. Holden was thinking what a big deal he was going to Princton. spellings!

The next day he went to the bar in the hotel and sat in the back. He ordered the9 soda and scotch. The way he thought of those women fascinated me. He danced with them. He thought one of them was beautiful. Others were not great. Those women wanted to see the superstar Gary Cooper because he hung around here once.

The other thing he did was that he wanted to see her10 little sister very much. He called home but his mom picked up the phone. Holden met his sister at her school somewhere near the Natural History museum. He told her that he wanted to go away and only wanted to live somewhere, with the girl he adored.

Another day he slipped back home when his parents were away.

It was interesting that he talked about ducks in the central park when he was in the cab.

I still remember that someone in the hotel gave him a phone number to call 11 prostitute. Anyway he paid for the service but he did not do it.

In the last part of the book, Holden wanted to get way from NY. He called his sister to say goodbye. His little sister, packing her stuff, with all her money, insisted to go with him 12. They met in the zoo but they did not leave.
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After I read 'Catcher in the Rye', I asked myself what was it. Then I had to find out what Holden meant 'catcher in the rye'. Even though I found it somewhere, I still didn't understand how it related to the book. When I read this book, it was very easy for me to read. Usually, When I read a book, I need a dictionary. However this time I don't need it.What was good about the book for me was as if I had been going through some of the situations that Holden went through.
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