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by J. D. Salinger

The main character runs away from his prep school, shortly before Christmas, and has adventures.

Characters: Holden Caulfield
Keywords: run-away, Christmas, adventures, adolescents

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Aw, the World's a Crumby Place
http://www.nytimes.com/books/98/09/13/specials/salinger-rye01.html
"In his negative review of Salinger's classic, James Stern mockingly employs the informal slang of Holden Caufield: 'This Salinger, he's a short story guy. And he knows how to write about kids. This book though, it's too long. Gets kind of monotonous.'"
Contains: Review
Author: James Stern
From: New York Times July 15, 1951
Author: James Stern
From: New York Times July 15, 1951
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http://www.nytimes.com/books/98/09/13/specials/salinger-rye02.html
A more positive NYT review of the novel -- ". . . an unusually brilliant novel . . . Salinger's rendering of teen-age speech is wonderful: the unconscious humor, the repetitions, the slang and profanity, the emphasis, all are just right."
Contains: Review
Author: Nash K. Burger
From: New York Times July 16, 1951
Author: Nash K. Burger
From: New York Times July 16, 1951
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