Anger In The Catcher In The Rye And Hamlet

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Anger can negatively affect somebody's decisions and behavior, and in this case, its Holden Caulfield from The Catcher in the Rye and Hamlet. The way the authors, J.D Salinger and William Shakespeare portray anger, is by exposing who Hamlet and Holden really are. Both characters relate to severe anger towards an unnatural or unfortunate death of a loved one. They also both physically and mentally interact with their fallen relative, and are illustrated as mad or crazy. The characteristic traits that Holden and Hamlet share, define who they really are. Hamlet's sorrow towards his father's death has greatly affected him in a negative way but when Hamlet reveals the real answer towards his father's death, Hamlet reacts in a violent manner. “Ghost:

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