Holden describes Stradlater as a sexy bastard and maybe think that Jane is too much of an innocent girl. This could be a sign of his post traumatic stress disorder that he developed after Ally’s death. Session analysis: Holden was pressured to do Stradlaters homework which he clearly did not want too. Holden has a problem of saying no or telling people what to do. He is showing how he just wants to be left alone sometimes.
Being rather isolated, Holden Caulfield struggles even more than most with the challenges involved with relationships as he fails to balance his desire for isolation with his desire for companionship. Although Holden constantly searches for new possible relationships, he always ends up spoiling any chance he has with one. This is shown primarily by his interactions with both Sally Hayes and Jane Gallagher. The reader first becomes aware of Holden Caulfield’s difficulties with relationships when Holden discovers his roommate, Stradlater, has a date with Jane Gallagher whom Holden used to play checkers with. Holden becomes immediately jealous and says “Jane Gallagher.
D.B Caulfield is Holden’s older brother, Holden looks up to D.B but is disappointed about D.B decision to go Hollywood, as Holden thinks it is an act similar to prostitution. Holden goes to school in Pennsylvania, not far from New York. The school is called Pencey Prep, plus it’s a private school for boys so you wouldn’t of thought he flunked school. Holden had many problems a school. This novel has very significant features, from ducks and fishes to red hunting hats.
| Driving in First Gear | 1969/17 | At dinner, the whole family discusses Lil Bit's breast size and her Grandfather says she doesn't need college. Lil Bit gets upset and Peck consoles her. | Shifting Forward from First to Second Gear | 1970/18 | Lil Bit confides in the audience that the real reason she got kicked out of college is because she had a constant companion in her room. | You and the Reverse Gear | 1968/16 | Lil Bit and Peck are at a celebration dinner and Lil Bit gets drunk. | Vehicle Failure | 1968/16 | Peck takes Lil Bit to the car.
Title: Wonder Name: Jack Fitzpatrick Author: R.J. Palacio Due Date: Number of pages: 315 Per. 7-8a Genre: realistic fiction Summary: This book is about August (auggie) who is a boy that’s face is badly deformed. He is sent to school for the first time in his life, but he is scared of what the other kids will think of his face. Throughout this story, he is bullied but somehow still makes friends despite his face. Other characters in the book are: Olivia (via), Miranda, Jack Will, Julian, Summer, Charlotte, Henry, Miles, Justin, Jamie, and Mr. Browne.
Specialist Lockwood said when he goes to the strip club, he makes up an identity for himself and enjoys the easy talk. For example, he names himself Eric Bible and negotiates with strippers by teasing them with a one-hundred dollar bill. He asks them, "why should I invest my money on you and not Barbie (the blonde stripper sliding down the pole)". He claims that seventy-five percent of the time, after a little charm and chitchat his method works. Before the night ends he gets some lap dances by the stripper that
He meets this pretty woman who is the mother of Ernie whom Holden thinks he is a bastard. While they were talking, Holden asks her, “Would you care for a cocktail?” (P57). She merely says “yes” that she thinks Holden is underage, thus, she refused. But she smokes which was an unusual thing to do nowadays. Furthermore, New York has prostitutes who would like to satisfy their body and involve in sex trade.
3. Cherry and Marcia are two socs that Ponyboy and Johnny met at the drive-inn. 4. Ponyboy doesn’t like referring to Sodapop as a drop out because he is disappointed, Ponyboy loves Sodapop more than anyone else and thinks he’s better than being a
This, however, is not the case. All Bruno sees is : “crowds of people sitting together in groups, staring at the ground, looking horribly sad” (page 207) This image is a stark contrast to what Bruno expected to see. Bruno envisioned the people in the camp to be having fun, playing school games and that the huts would be filled with happy families. This however, is not the case, and the only people that Bruno sees happy are the soldiers, who are clearly abusing the Jews. Shmuel’s hatred of the soldiers is finally justified, and to Bruno, a boy who idolized soldiers, such as his father, the abusive soldiers were anything but idols.