I believe at the end he has some sort of nervous breakdown or something. What
do .... There are big differences with bipolar disorder and borderline personality
disorder. ... In my opinion, Holden Caulfield does not suffer from either affliction.
Jun 1, 2010 ... He may not engage in random acts of sex as some manic people do, ... Some
have cited the parallels between Caulfield and Hamlet, both of ...
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Most mental illnesses such as bipolar disorder, depression, or PTSD is usually
the body's response to stress or trauma. ... Respectfully yours, Holden Caulfield."
Although Holden himself does not mention it, he believes he has no future. In fact
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tried to make him take back what he said but he wouldn't do it.
Hello, paradox: Holden wants to make connections with people (or, in this case,
... but to do so means to make an emotional investment that will probably end up
... feel sad about the fact that he doesn't get to feel connected enough to feel sad.
Manic depression, compulsive lying, and immaturity throughout the novel ...
Holden pathetically tells Mrs. Morrow, " I have to have a tiny operation… it isn't
very serious ... he loved her and then he regrets saying that because he really
Holden's actions and unstable emotions display symptoms of Bipolar Disorder. ...
In the novel Holden says “There wasn't anything to do except smoke and drink. ...
Salinger´s protagonist Holden Caulfield has had a decisive impact on the ...
Oct 17, 2013 ... I think Holden's issues go beyond mere teenage angst or cynicism. ... I think
Holden suffered from clinical depression or perhaps even manic depression. ...
What might have happened to Holden Caulfield after The Catcher in ...
Bipolar Authors and Characters ... Sounds like many episodes I have had. ...
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described himself as easily bored, always wanting to do a myriad of things, ... But
I had missed that diagnosis in Salinger's protagonist Holden Caulfield in The.
Catcher ... energetic, artistic—and patients who have manic-depressive illness.