Catcher In The Rye Protection Of Innocence

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In the book Catcher in the Rye by J.D Salinger, the recurring theme of protection of innocence arises. The book primarily focuses on the protection of innocence in children especially and how it affects the main characters struggle against growing up. This theme not only recurred in the book, but also reocurrs in modern society. Modern society protects the innocence in children by providing censorship on specific genres of music and tv shows and by supervising their daily activities. The main character in Catcher in the Rye protected children by trying to block out anything that could mar their minds, such as the F-words in Phoebe’s (teacher) school. As of modern day, we realize that we can’t protect children from hearing bad words or completely

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