This is a drawing of a red hat similar to Holden's red hunting hat. His hat represents both his individuality and his desire for companionship. When he is alone, he'll wear the hat, not caring about how he looks because there is nobody to judge him. But when he is out in public or with people he knows, he becomes self conscious and takes off the hat to conform with the rest of society.

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The red hunting hat represents how Holden wants to become different from society. By wearing the hat, he is not a phony beacuse all the other men in society all wear hats that are similar and he sticks out.

"The Catcher in the Rye" J.D. Salinger. Illustration by M.S. Corley.

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Decode Holden Caulfield's voice in Catcher in the Rye with this 45-minute lesson plan with dazzling presentation and step-by-step materials to mimic Holden's distinctive voice. Grab this lesson and prepare to have some fun as students master the elements of voice in fiction.

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"I can't explain what I mean. And even if I could, I'm not sure I'd feel like it." - Holden Caulfield (posted on INFP Problems)

The Catcher in the Rye quote. #Holden #Caulfield #Salinger

To borrow from that quintessential song writer David Byrne - same as it ever was. Salinger is as poignant as ever in frightful president elect.a "human" that deserves our fear.and loathing (sorry Hunter Thompson)