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The Catcher in the Rye Jeopardy Characters SymbolsQuotesConflictMisc. $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 Final Jeopardy
$100 Characters Who is Holden’s anti-social dorm neighbor?
$100 Characters Who is Ackley
$200 Characters Young woman who gets paid to have sex.
$200 Characters Who is Sunny?
$300 Characters Seedy elevator operator who offers Holden a “little tail.”
$300 Characters Who is Maurice?
$400 Characters Intellectual classmate that knows a lot about sex.
$400 Characters Who is Carl Luce?
$500 Characters Holden’s classmate that would not take back something he said.
$500 Characters Who is James Castle?
$100 Symbols Which symbol represents Holden’s uniqueness and individuality?
$100 Symbols What the red hunting hat?
$200 Symbols What contains poems in green ink and reminds Holden of his childhood?
$200 Symbols What is Allie’s baseball glove?
$300 Symbols What do Jane, Phoebe and Allie represent to Holden?
$300 Symbols What is youth and innocence
$400 Symbols What is it about the museum that makes Holden feel happy when he visits?
$400 Symbols What is Holden likes that the exhibits never change, they remain the same. The only thing that changes, he says, is you. The museum also reminds Holden of a happier time.
$500 Symbols The ducks in Central Park represent Holden’s feelings of ___________
$500 Symbols What is… being stuck and unable to move forward Protection- he wants to protect those who are helpless
$100 Quotes.. I’m standing on the edge of some crazy cliff. What I have to do, I have to catch everybody if they start to go over the cliff—I mean if they’re running and they don’t look where they’re going I have to come out from somewhere and catch them. That’s all I’d do all day. I’d just be the catcher in the rye and all.”
$100 Quotes Who is Holden Caulfield?
$200 Quotes “You don’t like anything that’s happening…you don’t like any schools. You don’t like a million things. You don’t.”
$200 Quotes Who is Phoebe?
$300 Quotes “Life is a game, boy. Life is a game that one plays according to the rules.”
$300 Quotes Who is Old Spencer?
$400 Quotes In the first place, we are both practically children. Did you ever stop to think what you’d do if you didn’t get a job when your money ran out? We’d starve to death.”
$400 Quotes Who is Sally Hayes
$500 Quotes “The mark of the immature man is that he wants to die nobly for a cause, while the mark of the mature man is that he wants to live humbly for one.”
$500 Quotes Who is Mr. Antonlini?
$100 Conflicts Why does Holden fight with Stradlater?
$100 Conflicts What is he doesn’t want Stradlater to give Jane Gallagher “the time”
$200 Conflicts Explain why Holden is in conflict with himself (man vs. self)?
$200 Conflicts What is Holden desperately wants to feel accepted and loved, however, he does not accept those who want to befriend him such as Ackley. Holden also avoids going home to his parents.
$300 Conflict How does Holden imagine his response to Maurice after he punches him?
$300 Conflict What is he imagines that he is a tough guy that retaliates against Maurice and then has Jane Gallagher tend to his wounds.
$400 Conflict Why does Holden originally refuse Phoebe’s offer of $$?
$400 Conflict What is he feels like a failure because he wants to take care of/protect her
$500 Conflict Why does Holden think of the ducks when he is at Spencer’s house?
$500 Conflict What is Holden feels stuck in this conversation and is desperate for an excuse/way out
$100 Miscellaneous Who is the author of Catcher in the Rye?
$100 Miscellaneous Who is J.D. Salinger
$200 Miscellaneous Who does Holden call in the phone booth in Penn Station?
$200 Miscellaneous Who is Holden calls no one, as he cannot think of anyone to call, despite being in the phone booth for about ½ hour.
$300 Miscellaneous Who does Holden visit with just before returning home? Describe this interaction.
$300 Miscellaneous Who is Mr. Antolini, who offers advice/comfort, but also “pets” Holden while he sleeps. Holden is offended by this and leaves Mr. Antolini's apartment in the middle of the night. Holden thinks Mr. Antolini is being inappropriate.
$400 Miscellaneous Explain the motif of Holden’s loneliness in NYC. (3-5 examples)
$400 Miscellaneous What is… 1. Holden spends 20 minutes in the phone booth looking for someone to call when he arrives in Penn Station. 2. Hiring a prostitute to keep him company. 3. Invites several cab drivers to join him for a drink. 4. Holden's desire to see Phoebe. 5. Holden's constant worry about the ducks.
$500 Miscellaneous Holden giving Spencer an excuse that he has to leave to get his equipment from the gym indicates a motif of _________?
$500 Miscellaneous What is avoidance of reality= Holden is uncomfortable with dealing with the reality of him failing out of another school.