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The boy himself is at once too simple and too complex for us to make secxra final comme The hero-narrator of The Catcher in the Rye is an ancient child of sixteen, a native New Yorker named Holden Caulfield. The boy himself is at once too simple and too complex for us to make any final comment about him or his story. Perhaps the j.d.zalinger thing we can say about Holden is that he was born in the world not just strongly attracted to beauty but, almost, hopelessly impaled on it.
There are many voices in this novel: Transcending his own vernacular, yet remaining marvelously faithful to it, he issues a perfectly articulated cry of mixed pain and pleasure. However, like most lovers and clowns and poets of the higher orders, he keeps most of the pain to, and for, himself. The pleasure he gives away, or sets aside, with all his heart. It is there for the reader who can handle it to keep. Salinger’s classic novel of teenage angst and rebellion was first published in The novel was included on Time ‘s list of the best English-language novels written since It was named by Modern Library and its readers as one of the best English-language novels of the 20th century.
It has been frequently challenged in the court for its liberal use of profanity j.d.sallnger portrayal of sexuality and in the ‘s and 60’s it was the novel that every teenage boy wants to read.
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Am i the only person who fails to understand why this book is considered a classic, to me it was boring and tedious and the plot failed to engross me as many other books have? Jean Cole It’s not about the story. It’s about the context of the story. We have to consider it in the context of the era in which this book was released. The …more It’s not about the story. We had just defeated two evil empires, and our soldiers were coming Home Sweet Home to their happy-to-be-housewives and their 2.
Readers who were born and brought up after the s don’t realize what a revolution occurred in the s and s. Today being a free spirit and expressing your individuality is celebrated and encouraged. In those days you were expected to as I was told “Do as I say, not as I do. And here we have 1 a main character who curses constantly, and unashamedly rejects the values of his parents and society in general and 2 a narrative style that is casual and conversational.
These two factors were shocking and dismaying to some, refreshing and delightful to others. And so Holden became a hero to some. Not in the conventional sense of the word, but because people related to him and they sympathized with the way he felt.
He personified all that was wrong with society. If you don’t go along, if you don’t play the game, then the vast machine that is .jd.salinger will knock you down and even lock you away. Holden is not intended to be a hero in the conventional sense of the word.
He is a tragic victim of the crappy world in which he has no control and where no one understands him. I imagine that inwhen this was published, there were those who said “Yes!
It’s about time someone was honest! This book was just one sign of the impending cultural revolution. That’s why it’s a jd.salinger. Think of it as a brick in the foundation of the revolution to come. What is the message of this book? Why should I know all this useless information about different characters who don’t have any effect on the story if I could find any special story also? Holden simply wants to save his little sister and other kids from …more I think, it is about saving innocence, which is also secarx symbol of childhood.
Holden simply wants to save his little sister and other kids from process of adolescence and future adulthood. Hi wants to be “Catcher in the rye” – the man who saves children from falling, falling into the adulthood. In my opinion it’s not about that Holden does’nt want to grow up, he know that ge is growing up right now and he sees how painful and hard it is, so he wants to protect ever little kid from what he finds so harmful.
Just a subjective opinion: See all 95 questions about The Catcher in the Rye…. Lists with This Book. Jul 01, mark monday rated it it was amazing Shelves: FUCK, life is so full of crap. View all comments. Harbour “I thought what I’d do was I’d pretend I was one of j.d.salingef deaf-mutes. Tieukhuyen After finally totally understand Holden Caulfield and his feeling I kept thinking of if there is anyway to make such a thoughtful review to transfer m After finally totally understand Holden Caulfield and his feeling I kept thinking of if there is anyway to make such a thoughtful review to transfer my feeling and my thought about this wonderful book.
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The Catcher in the Rye by J.D. Salinger
I was worried as hell about reading this book again. The last time I read it was about a thousand years ago when I was just a kid. I was lousy with angst just like good old Holden back then. Every time I reread a n.d.salinger book that I really liked when I was a kid it makes me want to give secaga writer a buzz and ask what the hell is g I was worried as hell about reading this book again.
Every time I reread a corny book that I really liked when I was a kid it makes me want to give the writer a buzz and ask what the hell is going on. You would just end up talking to his butler or some snobbish person like that and asking if they would give the writer your message.
The thing with guys like that is that j.d.salnger will never give writers your messages.
Turns out this is still a damn good book. Salinger kid is a great writer. The thing with kids is, if they want to grab for the gold ring, you have to let them do it, and not say anything.
Mariela Briceno Best Review!!! Dec 20, Laura This review killed me! Dec 27, Dec 26, Shana rated it did not like it.
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I read this book for the first time in the 8th grade. I had to get my mom to sign a permission slip because of the seecara. Before I began reading, I had so many expectations. Back then, I read Seventeen Magazineand back then, Seventeen Magazine ran brainy features lznul books and poetry. There was one feature where they asked people what book changed their lives, and something like more than half said Catcher in the Rye. I think there might have been some celebrity comments in there, too.
The Catcher in the Rye
At I read this book for the first time in the 8th grade. At any rate, it was a ringing endorsement. So you can imagine my disappointment when I hated it. Not only did I hate Holden, but I hated everything about the novel. There was nothing I enjoyed.
I did my book report where I confessed my hatred which led my teacher to confess that she did, toobut I couldn’t let it go. I honestly felt that my loathing of a novel that so many others found “life-changing” indicated some deep and horrible flaw. I felt like hating Catcher in the Rye was my dirty little secret.
Time passed, and my self-loathing mellowed. I began to think that perhaps I’d come at it too young, so after my first year of college, I decided to re-read it, go at it with fresh eyes, and see if my opinion had changed. I get that Holden is supposed to be loathsome. I get that he is the hypocrite he hates.
I get that almost all teenagers go through the kind of thinking he experiences. I just don’t like it. Oh, and I’m not ashamed anymore.