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English

 

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Veronica S

 

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May 31, 2013

 

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He feels that Allie was one of the few people who were not phony in a world full of phonies. More importantly, Allie represents the innocence and childhood that Holden strives to find throughout his multi-day journey. In Holden's opinion, Allie represents the purity that Holden looks for in the world...
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Holden admits that he admires Allie more than he admires Jesus, and even prays to Allie at one point, rather than Jesus. Allie is Holden's role model, whom he judges the rest of the world according to. When Allie dies, it creates turbulence in Holden's life. At various points during the course of the novel, Holden wonders as to what happens to the ducks who are normally on a pond in Central Park, when winter comes and the water freezes...
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