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The Catcher and the Rye is not the kind of story with a meaningful story line that is knowing only that would indicate little on what it is about The events told in the story seem to unfold as flashbacks We can sense a chronological order of events in Holden Caufields story although the order does not matter as much as acknowledging each event as its own story Be what may here is what was perceived as the story lineHolden Caufield was telling his story to the readers or to some people with a psychoanalyst guy to the point where he was sixteen years old We learn bluntly of his failure in most of his subjects at his boarding school otherwise known as Pencey Prep in Agerstown Pennsylvania Due to this failure he was kicked out of the school in the sense that he can still choose to remain at the school for the remaining days until Christmas vacation begins He went to New York City before the Christmas vacation started however A lot of events occurred in New York City such as his encounter with three woman in a bar the two cabdrivers the case with Ernie a pianist in a bar him meeting a prostitute MrAntolinis flirty pass at him his mention of people he cares about for eg his sister Phoebe Caufield Jane Gallagher Allie Caufield Personally there is not much reason to describe them allBecause these events do not donate much to the story line we can therefore take up to the point where he decided to see his sister Phoebe maybe to search for someone to relieve him of his loneliness At that moment he came up with a solution that is to pretend to be a deaf-mute the idea was just appealing in the sense that he would not need to communicate with any phony people and live in a cabin out in the west near the woodsPresumably because
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