Catcher In The Rye Analysis

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"I was sorrounded by phonies" The Catcher in the Rye: a revolutionary book. The story presented by J.D. Salinger brings for the readers the reality about our society from a teenager point of view. In fact, a revolted teenager’s point of view about the most value thing for the society, like the school. Considering all the rebelious thoughts from this adolescent that is presented during the story, some districts of United States decided to banish it from the schools, in fear that those teenagers who read it would follow the principal character steps in life as far as they would develop same thoughts. The book “The Catcher in the Rye” wrote by JD Salinger was published in July, 16th, 1951. The narrative begins when Holden is kicked out of Pencey Prep School (for having failed in four subjects). The boy was going to say goodbye to his history teacher, Mrs Spencer (the only teacher that really matters to Holden, the one he cares to say goodbye). He decide to say goodbye due the fact that he will not return to the boarding school after vacations. After this important conflict presented, the narrator keeps telling the reader about his own conflicts involving family, friends, school, which means, people and things that are close to him, conflicts that makes the person who are reading reflect about his own life. Throughout the story, Holden tells his relationships with other characters: his roommate, Stradlater and his room-neighbor, Ackley. Apart from these two figures also

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