Catcher in the Rye
246 Pages – 2014 –
1.65 MB –
Catcher in the Rye is the first book of famous American writer JD Salinger. The book tells the story of Holden during his days in New York after being kicked out of Pencey Prep prep university. The story of a young man representing 17-year-old teenagers with action thoughts and psychology of an adult.
The work uses profanity, depictions of depressive psychology, and sexual issues of adolescents. The protagonist of Catcher in the Rye PDF, Holden Caulfield, has become a symbol of the rebellion and challenge of American teenagers. But contrary to the criticism that this is a “lousy, cruel, damaging work”. adolescent spirit, ”the book is still imbued with humanity. Besides the turmoil, lousy, Holden is still a virtue. Holden befriends people who have no friends, who are abandoned; respectful and loyal, kind. As well as a noble, simple dream but noble: Holden tells Phoebe what he wants above all else in the world to “be a watchman for children in the barley field”. He imagined a vast field with thousands of children playing, surrounded by no other adult, except him. He stood at the edge of a steep cliff to keep watch over the children engrossed in play, Catching young green kids is a book worth reading and thinking.