The Catcher in the Rye
By J.D. Salinger
Ackley - he is Holden's next door neighbor in the dorm at Pencey and is a pimply boy who has terrible looking teeth and is always barging in to Holden's room unwanted.
Stradlater - is Holden's roommate at Pencey and is a handsome, self satisfied and popular guy.
Jane - she never appears in this book, but is extremely important to Holden because she is a great childhood friend and is one girl who he truly respects and thinks is very attractive.
Phoebe - she is Holden's 10 year old sister who since she is six years younger, listens to everything he has to say more than anyone else does. She is very close to his heart and is very mature for her age.
Allie - he is Holden's younger brother who died of leukemia three years before this book was created. Holden says he was the smartest in the family and that he was very tormented by his death.
D.B. - he is Holden's older brother who wrote a series of short stories that are admired by Holden but he believes D.B. holds back his talents by writing for Hollywood movies.
Sally - she is a girl who Holden has known and dated for a long time.
Mr. Spencer - Holden's history teacher at Pencey who tries to get him to show more effort in school.
Carl Luce - Holden's student advisor at Whooton school who is three years older than him and always had sex advice for the younger boys.
Mr. Antolini - Holden's former english teacher at Elkton Hills school who Holden often looks for guidance from.
Maurice - the elevator operator at the Edmont Hotel who sends a prostitute to his room for 5 bucks.
Sunny - the prostitute sent by Maurice.