Therefore, he wishes to rescue Phoebe and other children from misfortune.
In the meantime, Holden believes that his own innocence has been lost and he can do nothing to save himself.
He tells about several days of his life and shows his attitude to others.
There is a subtle but a significant pattern an attentive reader can notice.
For this reason, he dreams about saving children in the rye field and protecting them because their lives have not been marred by phoniness, graffiti, and death.
By doing this, he thinks that he can preserve the purity in this world.
When she claims that she is going to quit her school, he convinces her that she must not do it.
Considering the fact that Holden has already ruined his own life by quitting the school, he cannot let Phoebe do the same thing.
Conclusion The number of main points and support you have for each point will vary depending on your topic and the assignment parameters, of course.
In the introduction, you’ll want to jot down how you plan to get your readers interested. Your hook could be a rhetorical question, a relevant quote from the book, or anything else that would grab the reader’s attention.