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Walking in Holden Caulfield's footsteps through Manhattan
Walking in Holden Caulfield's footsteps through Manhattan

Holden Caulfield was a flâneur. That's not generally how we think of him, this archetype of adolescent alienation, this detester of phonies, this poor little lost boy whose voice — by turns knowing, childlike, cynical and bereft — drives J.D. Salinger's iconic 1951 novel, "The Catcher in the Rye." Yet, from the moment, about a quarter of the way through the book, he arrives by train at Manhattan's now-demolished original Pennsylvania Station building, he is our guide on one of the 20th century's great literary walking tours. -------------------- Planning your trip to Manhattan THE BEST WAY TO NEW YORK From LAX, American, United, Delta,...

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