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    Catcher In The Rye Change

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    people. For some, change is a transformation in a positive direction whilst for others it invokes some kind of loss or misery. Based upon an individual’s perspective, he or she will either be accepting or unaccepting of change. J.D. Salinger’s The Catcher in the Rye addresses loss as a change that should never be accepted due to the pain it entails. This is evident through Holden and his journey through New York City, where he displays his unwillingness to move past the death of his brother.…

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    rhythms of speech by using italics quite frequently in order to let the reader know when a character is placing emphasis on a word, or even on just a syllable, in dialogue. The emphasis of a single syllable shows a realism to the dialogue of The Catcher in the Rye rarely seen not only in the works of Salinger?s time, but also before and after it. Salinger?s emphasis on the rhythm of speech is mirrored in his emphasis on the rhythm of thought, which, in turn, emphasizes the importance of both.…

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    many themes in J.D. Salinger’s The Catcher in the Rye. The character that explores this theme is the protagonist, Holden Caulfield, who fights to protect those he believes to be innocent. As an adolescent himself, he periodically tries conformity, but hates the phoniness he feels pressured to affect. Holden’s struggle between protecting childhood innocence and accepting the adult society that shatters it is a principal source of conflict throughout The Catcher in the Rye; this particular…

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    J.D. Salinger’s controversial novel The Catcher in the Rye, was first published in 1951 and was originally published for adults. As popularity grew for the book so did his audience and Salinger’s novel soon became popular with teenagers. The story is a three day narration of events that happen to Holden Caulfield beginning at his boarding school Pencey Prep and ending in a hospital in California. Holden is a troubled youth who struggles to find his place in the world and is having a hard time…

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    that you experienced the “real world”? In The Catcher in the Rye the author, J.D. Salinger, portrays the fact that childhood is important but you can’t be innocent forever, he does this through the character Holden. He shows Holden’s views in the beginning through the people that he admires, and his thoughts. Certain events make Holdaen realize that he cannot make everything in the world perfect, and becomes content with what he can do. In The Catcher in The Rye, there are a very select amount…

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    Catcher In The Rye PTSD

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    PTSD is post-traumatic stress disorder. PTSD is when something traumatizing has happened if your life and you get anxiety over it and that's what you think about most of the time. The Catcher in the Rye was a novel by J.D. Salinger. In that novel there is an protagonist named Holden Caufield. Holden Caufield was a happy but that changed after his brother Allie died. Allie died on July 18, 1946 at age 11 of leukemia. After Allie’s death Holden became depressed. After Allie died, Holden was sent…

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    Catcher In The Rye Outline

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    1. The Catcher in the Rye, J.D. Salinger, July 1951, late 1940’s early 1950’s. 2. Holden Caulfield (Main Character/Narrator): Protagonist, manager of the fencing team, kicked out of school (after Christmas break), heavy smoker, has t.b., attended 4 schools, has a large crush on Jane Gallagher Stradlater: Holden’s roommate, vain, and playboy Phoebe Caulfield: Ten-year-old sister, smart, affectionate Mr. Antolini: Only trusted adult in Holden’s life, wealthy, and acts inappropriately toward Holden…

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    Catcher In The Rye Summary

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    kids playing an unspecified "diversion" in an immense rye field on the edge of a bluff. His employment is to catch the kids if, in their relinquish, they verge on tumbling off the edge; to be, as a result, the "catcher in the rye". In view of this confusion, Holden accepts that to be the "catcher in the rye" intends to spare youngsters from losing their…

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    questions that can 't be answered. Amid the process of the adult world appears to be welcoming and free, yet just when we get to be individuals from a cold, real society can the delighted forgetfulness of adolescence be acknowledged and missed. The novel Catcher in the Rye investigates how adult life seems unpredictable and unimaginable to young people on the very edge of entering it. Through the hero Holden Caulfield, J.D. Salinger catches the perplexity…

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    Tuesday morning, according to Napa Police. Just 14 years old with a promising future ahead of him/her, he/she was slumped in the pressures of maturity. Sadly, stories, such as this one, has dictated the news cycle for the past 50 years. The novel The CATCHER in the RYE depicts a problematic experience of teenage life that has and will continue to plague thousands. The author, J. D. Salinger, expressed this dreadful conjugation period between adulthood and childhood, adolescence. The protagonist…

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