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health is poor. By the end of the novel, Holden's depression starts to get physical: he's nauseous, he has a headache, he feels dizzy, and he eventually passes out. Running away would have been really dumb because he didnt have much money or anywhere. He continually fails classes, yet is thought of as a "hot shot" by his English teacher, with an obvious flair for writing. Maybe Salinger just liked the sound of the word? He does not think about managing his money and then he is forced to take his sister Phoebes Christmas money.
Throughout the whole novel, Holden fantasizes about killing people, he is baffled by sex, and he does not think out his actions. Holden never learns how to control his emotions and actions about love and sex. "If girls like a boy, no matter how big a bastard is, they'll say he has an inferiority complex, and if they don't like him, no matter how nice a guy he is, they'll say he's conceited" (18.1) "Lots of times you don't know what. We have no idea about #1, but we think the answer for #2 is yes. Holden says that he would have to really like the girls face and really get to know the person before he could have sex with them. Sally cries and says he is crazy. Lets Get Physical, right about now, Shmoop is looking around a little self-consciously. We cant make up our mind between feeling sorry for him and telling him to just get a grip already. Instead, he goes to speak to Phoebe. In the novel) arrives. When Holden gets to New York he calls Faith Cavendish, who he thinks is a stripper.