He mentions that he will call her, but he never gets the nerve to.
She is an important part of his past that he misses a lot, and he wants to go back and be with her again.
He also realizes that he will never be the same as he used to be. It was also one of the few books that I was actually able to finish.
I was able to read into this book very well, and I noticed a lot of the symbolism, which helped write this essay.
In addition to that, Holden wishes things would be less complex and maybe he would be able to solve the problems in his life."The Cather in the Rye" contains a large number of symbols and meanings.
Each meaning can be perceived differently, and they can point out certain thoughts and things that are part of his environment.
Holden always wondered where the ducks went during the winter and he would ask people and no one seemed to know what he was talking about or at least be concerned.
"'You know those ducks in that lagoon right near Central Park South? By any chance, do happen to know where they go, the ducks, when it gets all frozen over? '" (60) Holden's desire to know where the ducks went would give him insight to his own life and where to go and what do to do when things around him got a little rough.
He wants to know what will happen to him when the weather gets really cold.
He wants to know if he will have to go home, because he is really afraid to.