Runaways Caught in the Rye Lost in the System

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The novel by J.D. Salinger The Catcher in the Rye portrays a
disaffected youth named Holden Caulfield whom has recently been expelled
from his preparatory school for his poor academic performance.Caulfield
has also failed to socially thrive within the narrow confines of his
school.Thus, Caulfield must return home to his parent’s apartment, but
not before he essentially runs amuck for several days in New York City,
living in a transient fashion.However, he is not relegated to the street.
Caulfield is of an affluent Manhattan family, as his status in preparatory
school attests to.His adventures revolve around him attending swanky
nightclubs and staying overnight in motels and talking;;;and just talking;;;to
prostitutes.Eventually, Caulfield must return home, mainly because he
desires see his beloved younger sister Phoebe, before he is shipped off to
a mental institution, a status he notes at the beginning and the end of the
In some ways, however, Caulfield is not so different from many young
runaways today of very different socioeconomic status.Although he is from
a wealthy family, he feels a strong sense of moral and social alienation
from his parents as well as the peer groups of his generation that he is
exposed to.He frequently dissociates from his outer lying problems, such
as the fact that he is flunking out of school, rather than attempts to
actively engage with them.Holden prefers to live in a world of his own
internal creation, rather than thereal world’ in a strategy that is
anything but psychologically and socially healthy.Although
heterosexualâ€"many young runaways are gay, lesbian, or transgenderâ€"Holden’s
assurance in his sexuality seems confused.This is evident of his contempt
and conflict his more conventionally sexed and confident male roommates.
His behavior towards the pr…