Catcher In The Rye And Dead Poets Society Comparison

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Comparison essay There are a lot of similarity and deference's between The Catcher in the Rye by J.D. Salinger and Dead Poet's Society by Peter Weir. One of the most important is taking risks and pressuring the person, both the novel and the movie showed that taking risks and putting pressure on the people is bad because it affect both of the protagonist in a negative way. Taking risks and putting pressure on the both protagonist will affect their future, caring about education and they were reckless about their lifes Taking risks is bad and can affect the people in a negative way. In this case taking risks is effecting their future. In the catcher in the rye Holden takes the risk of fighting Stradlater. "...then [he] tried to sock him, with all my might, right smack in the toothbrush, so it would split his goddamn throat open" (Salinger. 43) Holden knew that fighting is agents the school rule's, but he fought Stradlater anyway and the reason why he fought him is because Holden likes Jane, and he …show more content…

In the novel catcher in the rye, Holden doesn’t like school "Well... they'll be pretty irritated about it," I said. "They really will. This is about the fourth school I've gone to." I shook my head. I shake my head quite a lot. (Salinger. 22) Holden is smart and there is not a reason why Holden cannot follow the schools rule or do his homework but Holden wants to find out who he wants to be without school getting in his way and he wants to do what he likes. The movie dead poet's society has the same concept as when the student wanted to revive the dead poet society and their meeting was after school at night. They were not allowed to go anywhere at night but they did it anyway, the students knew that if they get caught they will be expelled out of school. This shows that the student does not really care about their education and do not care if they get

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