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Music has played a big part in our world and its history Through music people have acquired friendships freedoms and even determination because music has given them that kind of power A power that could even hypnotism the mind into a transitive state of being to where people can almost do just about anything their heart desires while listening According to psychiatrist daily music has the power to in tune our mind with our subconscious self-dormant high achieving selves according to what kind of music we listen to and its tone As so the tone of this novel A Catcher in the Rye by JD Salinger can be expressed through various forms of music Music that can express the confusion determination and love for innocence Holden has throughout this story At the very beginning of the novel Holden seems to be unsure as to where he wanted to be indicating a tone of confusion Donnel Jones wrote a song that ties in with this same concept of confusion called Where I Wanna Be The tone of this song is very settle yet like Holden Donnel Jones is measuring the consequences of his actions but really wishes he never done them in the first place Holden got kicked out of school but was unsure how he was going to tell his parents the news I forgot to tell you about that They kicked me out Salinger 4 He was in a mound of frustration and an even bigger mound of depression When I was all set to go when I had my bags and all I stood for a while next to the stairs and took a last look down the corridor I was sort of crying I dont know why 52 The beats and calm confusion of Where I Wanna Be defiantly in resemblance of Holdens sadness As the story progressed the tone measured up from being quite depressing to being determined
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