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Grow up Adolescence occurs in everyones life and it is a part of growing up It involves many hardships frustrating situation and severe punishments in some cases It is a very crucial stage in ones life and it is something that everyone should endure This is the time where one learns from experience and tries different things One may experience things such as drugs sex or even abuse These situations help to encourage adolescents to make the correct decisions in life and mature to become a better person JD Salinger is a well-renown writer he has written books such as Nine Stories Franny and Zooey and a classic The Catcher in the Rye The main theme in JD Salingers The Catcher In The Rye is one based on maturity and adolescence It touches on issues such as adolescent stereotypes the search for ones identity and the atypical situations faced in adolescent life Holden Caulfield is a very atypical individual who faces many abnormal situations He is only sixteen years of age and very judgmental Initially he chooses to take an adventure and live in a hotel by himself because he is kicked out of school Normally a sixteen-year-old teenager is not living on his or her own they are usually still at home living with their parents As well Holden runs into a man who deals with prostitutes in the elevator on his way up back to his room after his night out The elevator then started and the man said to him Innarested in having a good time fella Or is it too late for youSalinger 90 Holden replies him by saying How do you meanSalinger 90 The man replies Innarested in a little tail tnightSalinger 90 The man was asking Holden if he wanted him to send prostitute up to his room Holden kindly says yes but he does not really want to do anything After she gets up there they do not
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