what does Holden ask Horwitz, the taxi driver? how is this ionic?
- irish1Lv 61 decade agoFavorite Answer
Holden asks where the ducks in Central Park go when the lagoon freezes.
Holden’s curiosity about where the ducks go during the winter reveals a genuine, more youthful side to his character. For most of the book, he sounds like a grumpy old man who is angry at the world, but his search for the ducks represents the curiosity of youth and a joyful willingness to encounter the mysteries of the world. It is a memorable moment, because Holden clearly lacks such willingness in other aspects of his life.
- Anonymous1 decade ago
J. D. Salinger. The Catcher In The Rye.
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- 1 decade ago
Great answer there. What a great book that is; it should be mandatory for everyone. Phew.