This is a quote were Holden finally noticed that he can’t help the kids to keep their innocence because he can't. Holden just needs to let them reach for the gold rings and if they fall you should let them get back up. This is an important thing Holden learned throughout his adventure, that he can’t become The Catcher in the Rye.
King Candy did not want Vanellope, who is known as a glitch to race in the races. Turbo (King Candy) took Vanellope’s piece out of the game, so nobody remembers who she really is not even her. From then on she became a glitch. (Wreck-It Ralph) Usually a typical king would do what is best for the people he is the leader for. King Candy did not want Vanellope to race because he knew she would return to normal and everyone will remember who she is.
He does not even call his parents after getting kicked out of Pencey. Holden does not want to grow up because of the loss of innocence that occurs with growing up. He always praises little kids and the purity. He wants to be the catcher in the rye for children so that they do not fall off cliff and lose their innocence. Holden sees that the adult world is full of phonies and even says his own brother is phony so he does not want to grow up.
He does not play with him, laugh with him and most importantly love him. Mirroring what Sigmund Freud so rightly says, Hooper, not being properly loved or looked after for by his own father, not having a mother anymore, does not receive all the needed attention. He cannot become a man, himself, capable of loving in return if that is something he has never experienced. In ‘I’m the King of the Castle’, Susan Hill shows the cruelty of children despite parental belief that hatred at such young ages is impossible, yet she explains this behaviour by unhealthy and disorderly pasts because of foolish, ignorant parents. When the reader first encounters Hooper in the novel, a certain sense of pity can be felt for him as they find out about, not only the death of both his grandparents, but also of his mother, six years previously.
He should not have come, he has no place among us.” (Peter Jackson, Warner Brothers, 2012) The do not even give Bilbo a weapon, this could be because they do not trust him yet, or because they doubt he has a fighting chance. Either way because of this doubt in Bilbo he feels like an outsider. During their journey, Bilbo is always fighting for a way to fit in to the group. He fights for and with them, saves them even in if it put him in emanate danger, and he never tries to find a way out. The other dwarves see this earlier than Thorin does and attempt to make him feel welcome.
Holden even feared returning home or was ambivalent about seeing his parents. When he did return home to visit his sister, Phoebe, he avoided his parents as much as possible. “It was a helluva lot easier getting out of the house than in, for some reason. For one thing, I didn’t give much of a damn anymore if they caught me. I really didn’t.” (p. 180) Any person that has a good relationship with their parents would certainly try go to them for help especially if they were in a difficult time in their life.
Throughout the story, the reader has no clue what Bartleby is thinking, so Melville creates an air of mystery about this character. Another of Melville’s characters that show this quality is Claggart in the book Billy Budd. Claggart is constantly referred to as being mysterious, "…a nut not to be cracked by the top of a ladies fan (Billy Budd). 	Besides being mysterious, Melville is stubborn and this comes out through his characters Captain Veere and Bartleby. Like most writers, Melville’s career had its ups and downs, and his work was not always praised.
Holden does not talk a lot about not going to Allie’s funeral because it would cause him too much pain. Secretly, Holden feels jea... ... middle of paper ... ... Phoebe and all the other little kids would see it, and how they’d wonder what the hell it meant, and then finally some dirty kid would tell them−all cockeyed, naturally−what it meant, and how they’d all think about it and maybe even worry about it for a couple of days.” (260) Holden acts as a mature adult because he doesn’t want the youth to see adulthood. After this he even rubs it off the wall for the sake of the young children. Holden cares about the innocence of the young kids at Phoebe’s school. It is also ironic that Holden is upset about this because he himself uses foul language.
Even though they aren 't a married couple, people mistake them to be engaged due to their interactions together, which is really dynamic and in sync. Brad is considered a rounded character. When Kate tells Brad that she does want to start a family he tells her no, they have a fight and for the first time in the movie they are apart as Kate goes to her dad’s house and Brad goes off to his dad’s house. Brad also realizes that he is not so different from his father, who he doesn 't get along with when his father tells him that marriage and kids was the worst decision he’s made in his life. Towards the end of the movie, Brad decides he is okay with making changes in his life, which meant having kids and getting married.
His education does not seem to matter to him either, he thinks that as long as they he can keep moving forward in life, you won't need school. Therefore, Holden brings all the stress and depression not only to himself, but amongst his loved ones as well. He is careless for the people that care so much about him. he does not realize the trouble he has caused for his family either. Holden's mother is already very sick, and finding out that her son has not been in school because he has gotten kicked out , it will just about kill her.