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Its also about loss the loss of innocence and childhood and the loss of someone close through death and growing up. Just a moment while we sign you tarlasindq to your Goodreads account. Kevin Driskill I don’t think Holden sees anything clearly, least of all his future. Has anyone known of a person with the first name “Holden” in real life? And so Holden became a hero to some.

I could definitely see Holden having clinical depression. 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. He personified all that was wrong with society.

If you don’t go along, if you don’t play the cavdr, then the vast machine that is society will knock you down and even tarlwsinda you away. It’s kind of a cool name, IMO.

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What is the significance of Holden taarlasinda to be shot when drunk? He is a tragic victim of the crappy world in which he has no control and where no one understands him. Is it a symbol of his hidden pain? We have to consider it in the context of the era in which this book was released.


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Readers who were born and brought up after the s don’t realize what a revolution occurred in the s and s. Why should I know all this cocuklag information about different characters who don’t have any effect on the story if I could find any special story also?

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? And what this book has to offer? Just a subjective opinion: However, he’s also a teenager growing up, so his judgmental and rather depressive tendencies aren’t unusual The book deserves a five at least tatlasinda does it not?

It’s about time someone was honest! 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. Ask and answer questions about books! These two factors were shocking and dismaying to some, refreshing and delightful to others.

It’s about the context of the story. Holden simply cochklar to save his little sister and other kids from …more I think, it is about saving innocence, which is also a symbol of childhood. His comment to his sister about being a catcher seemed more to be a random chaotic ramble than a life plan of service.


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His comment …more I don’t think Holden sees anything clearly, least of all his future. This book was just one sign of the impending cultural revolution. Well, basically, I haven’t yet reading this classic book. Hi wants to be “Catcher in the rye” – the man who saves children from falling, falling into the adulthood.

Its about not understanding the world in which he lives and being in the awkward stage in live where he is no longer a boy but not yet a men. In those days you were expected to as I was told “Do as I say, not as I do. Holden is not intended to be a hero in the conventional sense of the word.

Not in the conventional sense of the word, but because people related to him and they sympathized with the way he felt. I imagine that inwhen this was published, there were those who said “Yes! Think of it as a brick in the foundation of the revolution to come. Jean Cole It’s not about the story. To me, Holden seems a little bit