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1 1 Name: ( /35) = completion Ms. Mauro ( /25) = **scoring** English II CP ( /15) = Page #s Due: Date of the Test! ( /75) = TOTAL SCORE **This will be checked for evidence of thoughtful homework completion throughout the marking period. In addition to a thorough response rooted in textual evidence, provide page numbers.** Scoring: In addition to page numbers and general completion, 5 of your questions will be thoroughly assessed at random for evidence of a THOUGHFUL, WELL DEVELOPED and ACCURATE response with textual evidence. Page numbers: will constitute for 15 points toward your overall score. The Catcher in the Rye Study Guide Chapters Why does the book begin with the words, if you really want to hear about it? 2. Why is D.B. mentioned here at the beginning? 3. What is important in the school motto at Pency? 4. Why has Holden forgotten to mention his dismissal from Pency? 5. What does Holden mean when he says that Pency is full of crooks? 6. What is significant in Holden s remark about Mrs. Spencer opening the door herself? 7. What is the importance of Holden s confrontation with Mr. Spencer? 8. What is the significance of Spencer s question about Holden s telling his parents?

2 2 9. Why is the ambiguity of Holden s age stressed? 10. What is important about Holden s exam paper? 11. Why does Holden characterize himself as a liar? 12. What is the significance of the deflation of Ossenburger? 13. What is the importance of Holden s new hat? 14. Why does Holden yearn to talk to certain authors? 15. What is Holden s attitude toward Ackley? 16. How is Stradlater characterized? 17. What is the significance of Stradlater s borrowing Holden s jacket? 18. What is the importance of Holden s message to Jane? 19. What are Holden s doubts about the message? Chapters Why does Holden enjoy the snowball fight?

3 3 2. What is the importance of his composition about Allie? 3. What is the significance of Holden breaking his hand? 4. What are Holden s fears about Jane and Stradlater? 5. Why does Holden fight Stradlater? 6. What is Holden s first action after the fight? 7. Why does Holden consider going into a monastery? 8. Why is Holden so lonely at Pency? 9. What emotions do the new skates create? 10. In what condition does Holden leave Pency? 11. Why does Holden give a false name to Mrs. Morrow? 12. Why does he lie about Ernest Morrow? 13. What is the significance of the brain surgery story?

4 4 Chapters What is Holden s first act upon arriving in New York? 2. What is signified by the ducks in the lagoon? 3. Why does Holden give such detailed descriptions of the hotel rooms seen from his own window? 4. What is Holden s attitude toward sex? 5. Why does Salinger choose to introduce Phoebe here? 6. What is significant in Holden s appraisal of the girls from Seattle? 7. Why does his mind now revert to Jane? 8. Why does Holden think of the ducks again? 9. What is implied in Holden s criticism of Ernie? 10. Why does Holden scorn the Ivy League: boys he sees? 11. What compromise does Holden make? Chapters Why is Holden unable to consummate any physical act with Sunny?

5 5 2. What is Holden s mental state after Sunny s departure? 3. What is the real outcome of his fight with Maurice? 4. What is suggested by Holden s fantasy of plugging Maurice? 5. What is Holden s attitude towards the nuns? 6. What is the importance of the monologue about Catholicism? 7. Why does Holden describe the child on the street as swell? 8. What is the basis of the museum s appeal to Holden? 9. What is the point of the remembrances of Harris Macklin? 10. What contradiction exists in Holden s attitude towards Sally? Chapters What is implied by the remembrances of Jane at this point? 2. Why is the Radio City program juxtaposed with Carl Luce? 3. What is implied in reference to Gatsby? 4. What is the significance of Luce?

6 6 5. What contacts does Holden attempt at the beginning of the chapter? 6. Why does Holden muse upon his own death? 7. What is the first impression given of Phoebe? 8. How are the elder Caulfield s depicted? 9. What is significant in the movie Phoebe saw? 10. How does Phoebe punish Holden? 11. What conclusion does Phoebe draw from Holden s criticism of Pency? What is Holden s answer? Chapters Why does Holden give Phoebe his hunting cap? 2. What is the importance of Mr. Antolini s advice? 3. What is the significance of Mr. Antolini s caress? 4. What is Holden s condition at this point? 5. Why does he write Phoebe? 6. What prompts Holden s reactions to the foul words? 7. How does Phoebe identify with Holden?

7 7 8. Why does Holden refuse to take Phoebe along? 9. What new knowledge does Holden gain watching Phoebe on the carousel? 10. What is Holden s final ironic comment?

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