Who is Phoebe? How does Holden view her, and what does she mean to him? How has Salinger constructed Phoebes character in this novel; what does she represent? Please thoroughly explain your interpretation. Why does Phoebe become upset with Holden? What would Holden like to be? What is his reasoning behind this ambition? Does this ambition define him? If so, how? Does it define the story’s theme or a recurring motif within the novel? If so, how? While he is in the Pharaohs tomb, everything is momentarily peaceful, but then he comes across a Fuck You written on the wall in red crayon. What is the significance of this inscription within the story and on a socio-political scale? Why do you think Salinger had the Fuck You written on the museum wall in the Pharaohs tomb? In red crayon? Why is Holden so fascinated with mummies? What could they possibly represent in this story? How do you interpret the following statement by Holden Caulfield: Dont ever tell anybody anything. If you do, you start missing everybody? Where is this passage located? Again, is it strategically placed according to the plot?
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