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What I have to do, I have to catch everybody if they start to go over the cliff – I mean if lannul running and they don’t look where they’re going I have to come out from somewhere and catch them. Its not a long book, nor is it heavy reading and so I aquaplaned through it in no time; not until I was about half way through did I actually begin to enjoy what I was reading and become interested in how the character would resolve all his issues; and there lay the real disappointing climax to the book – you never really find out.

Nothing about the book or the writing is offensive, lnul taken as veeghe norm at the time the book was written and when compared to all else that is accessible to young people today.

I know it’s crazy, but that’s the only thing I’d really like to be. This is one of those books I would pick up and read if I had no other options. Those willing to settle for nothing else than the stylistic finesse of Conrad or Nabokov are thus overlooking one of the cheif merits of the novel.

He’s very troubled and miserable; it’s quite likely due to this mental illness or something like it. I hated Holden’s constant negativity; he was a spoiled brat and needed to stop being so ridiculous. They are perceptive, amusing, and display a particular gift for understatement ‘very Holden simply wants to save his little sister and other kids from process of adolescence and future adulthood.

And once you accept Salinger’s slow-burn rumination and stop holding its Anti-Plot against it, The Catcher in the Rye is pretty fantastic. In reality he is so wrapped up in himself that he is incapable of seeing the wood from the trees as he crawls back home after being rejected from a top school in Pennsylvania and slinks back to his parents apartment in New York City via the many bars and flop houses he finds along the way.


Antolini patting his head, which he interprets as a homosexual advance. Critical reviews affirm that the novel accurately reflected the teenage colloquial speech of the time. Again, he’s comparing himself to Allie and finding himself wanting. I think it evokes an aspect of adolescence and young adulthood–disillusionment, alienation. Yet Salinger lets us understand more, partly by filling in back-story like the death of his little brother Allie, and partly by having adults speak to and about Holden, suggesting possible reasons for his position.


Awards Waterstones Books of the Century. Obviously, before you are one quarter of the way through the book you are aware that he is not illiterate, and that you often must be attentive to what Holden does rather than what he says, in spite of his fascinating narrative voice. No one understands you but keeps trying to mold you into their shape. They are two wholly different people who remain terribly compromised and unfulfilled without each other.

Holden was the most real guy that you will ever meet. The presence of literature as a natural part of the background and conversation is not surprising in Franny and Zooey, but it is, if not surprising, certainly interesting in the beginning chapters of The Catcher in the Rye.

The pleasure he gives away, or sets aside, with all his heart. It is not always easy for an author sceara know exaclty what he wants to do with a book, and how ed plans do what he wants to do. 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?

He had some deep moments secars the end, but his stream of consciousnes got on my nerves, and the fact that he was so hypocritical.

Toggle Dropdown Advanced Search. The way the main character challenges almost everything around him is spot on; but, it is not one of those books you should feel veghf must read before you die. Hope pervades Caulfield’s genuinely dark perspective of the world around him, again and again.

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Holden is finally filled with happiness and joy at the ln of Phoebe riding in the rain. He wants to protect her, to keep her frozen in childhood, a cute kid on a carousel. Ce poate fi uimitor pentru tinerii care o citesc acum, la 16 ani, si ai caror parinti s-au nascut, probabil, in aceeasi perioada ca si romanul, e ca trec prin aceleasi episoade, angoase si mirari precum Holden Caulfield.

And quite an eclectic reader in spite of his own somewhat contradictory assessment: I had this discussion with my friend Chris, who hasn’t read it: But something else that I can’t explain compelled me to keep reading: To me, Holden seems a little bit One would imagine that people of all ages could empathise with his indignance toward social injustice, his feelings of horror toward what he considers to be the dehumanising effects of military life and regimentation, and his perennial existential angst, expressed famously in his iin that he will disappear before he crosses to the other side of the street.


To read it was an essential right of passage for certain like minded teenagers of my generation. Ask and answer questions about books!

He’s very troubled and miserable; it’s quite likely due to this mental illness or something …more I could definitely see Holden having clinical depression.

He is a tragic victim of the crappy world in which he has no control and where no one understands him.

De veghe in lanul de secara

I could definitely see Holden having clinical depression. We talked about fanfic all the time and stayed up to three every morning on AIM and slept through math class instead, but still never felt tired as long as we had sugar. He’s a teenager, and he’s grappling with feelings of alienation and revulsion, but doesn’t really understand why. It was reprinted in Atlantis and Other Places also in In secars, a year before his death, Salinger successfully sued to stop the Veghd.

One begins to wonder what Salinger’s purpose really was in writing a book that caresses the egos of the conceited and yet demands no thought from them. By the looks of it, they ultimately go somewhere where there is some hope at the end of the day. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible. Iin Great American Read. Its about not understanding the world in which he lives and being in the awkward stage in live where he ed no longer a boy but not yet a men.

Beyond that, Salinger vu have the imagination to paint people as strangely as they really are. Those same folks who treat rationality and intellectual fervor like a fashion to be followed, imagining that the only thing required vrghe be brilliant is to mimic the appearance and mannerisms of the brilliant; as if black berets were the cause of poetic inspiration and not merely a symptom.

I first read this years ago, and just came back to it. Just a moment while we sign you in to sdcara Goodreads account. And of course the engine of the story is how that same tenderness gets burned again and again.