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From the time children came out of their mothers womb they are caught At playgrounds mothers hands are always outstretched ready to catch their young ones incase they fall off a swing or a seesaw The parents protect their children until they think that they are old enough to fend for themselves and grow up Holden Caulfield however wanted to protect all innocent people and protect them forever never letting them move on He couldnt think of anything better than being the catcher in the rye When Allie died time froze for Holden He slept in the garage that night and punched out all of the glass windows When he broke the windows in his mind the glass came back together and formed glass cases He created a museum in his head just like the one from his childhood the Museum of Natural History where everything always stayed the same only Holdens museum contained people The museum would be used to protect the innocent In the glass cases Holden would definitely put the two nuns he met Sunny Mrs Morrow Jane Mr Spencer his sister Phoebe and most importantly his dead brother Allie In fact the museum was built mainly for Allie He would put Allie in the museum because he couldnt accept the fact that he was dead and needed to keep him alive in his mind Holden then began living in two times at once In his mind he was always in 1946 the summer before Allie died However he was physically in the present were he didnt do too well because his heart wasnt there Allie and Holden had a special connection Holden told a story about how when he was golfing he felt Allies presence 150 yards away When he turned around he saw Allie just standing there looking at him Thats the kind of red hair he had Perhaps Allie and Holden had such a deep connection that Holden could
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