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What happen if everyone in the world is wearing a mask That is exactly what this world is everyone wears a mask Most people we see every day have their true identity hidden behind a facade Although a true identity cannot be divulge just by looking but with a careful scrutiny of ones character will reveal to what is behind the facade Equivalent to what happened in JD Salingers novel The Catcher in the Rye Holden Caulfield a typical teenager in the 50s with a morally loose rude and obscene personality However his rudeness is just a mask that he uses to cover his decent sympathetic and mature character inside Throughout the entire story Holden uses unchaste language to offense himself The use of these words may insult the reader but the truth is he is building a facade so that he can obtain the approval he feels they have oppose him thus far As a teenager the critical period of his life Holden struggled to find the meaning of life and his survival they easily depressed Holden demands their company even though he calls them phonies Holden is really a decent and mature teenager but he only hides behind the false front to obtain the approval In the meantime he tries to find the meaning of his existence Theres Holdens false front a rude and without standard teen but whats behind it are important A decent sympathetic and mature teen lies behind the mask The only time he reveals these distinctions is when he comes to some points and some people especially children For example when Holden decide to go to the west he wrote a note to Phoebe to tell her that meets him at the museum While he was waiting theres two kids that came up and asked Holden where is the mummies he stated The one little kid the one that asked me had his
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