-Jane Gallagher: A girl Holden used to spend a lot of time with one summer when their families were neighbors in Maine. She is important to Holden because she is one of the few girls he can find attractive and connect to.
-Allie Caulfield: Holden’s younger brother who died of leukemia three years ago. He was intelligent, red-headed, and friendly. Holden is still suffering from Allie’s death.
-Phoebe Caulfield: Holden’s 10 year old sister who he loves a lot. She listens and understands Holden more than anyone. She is intelligent, neat, a good dancer, and Holden admires her innocence. She recognizes that Holden is his own reason for isolation.
-Mrs. Caulfield: Holden’s mother who is still …show more content…
He is a 16 year old junior and he was expelled for failing Pencey Prep even though he is intelligent and sensitive. He always finds the negativity of the world around him and he tries to protect himself from the pain of adulthood. He isolates himself from the rest of the world and refuses to reach out.
-Mr. Antolini: Holden’s old English teacher at Elkton Hills High School, but now he teaches at NYU. He is young, clever, and likeable. Holden respects him and goes to him for advice. He started petting Holden’s head while he was sleeping, so Holden leaves and interprets this in a homosexual way.
-D.B. Caulfield: Holden’s older brother who is a screenwriter in Hollywood. He was a prostitute according to Holden because he sold out his great talent for writing in Hollywood. He was Holden’s favorite author. He used to be in the army for WWII.
-Mr. Spencer: Holden’s history teacher at Pencey Prep. He is old and ill. He tries to lead Holden to the right academic path, but it is …show more content…
He thought she was very phony. He goes out on a date with her, but his mannerisms make him insult her and then she decides she wants to be away from Holden.
-Mrs. Morrow: An attractive woman who Holden meets on a train. He found out that she was the mother of Ernest, the biggest bastard that ever went to Pencey, but he decides to entertain her by lying about how her son is very popular.
-Sunny: A young prostitute Holden hires then rejects. She demanded a ten dollar payment even though Holden though it was only five dollars.
-James Castle-He went to Elkton Hills and said something about this guy so his friends beat him. Instead of taking it back, he committed suicide by jumping out of a window while he was wearing Holden’s turtleneck sweater.
-Maurice: The elevator operator at Edmont Hotel. He arranged the prostitute for Holden. He told Holden it was five dollars, but he wants ten dollars. So, he beats Holden even after he got the money.
-Ackley: Lives in the room next to Holden’s. He is annoying, disrespectful and has bad