Il giovane Holden
Publish date: 1986
Pages no: 248
Edition language: Italian
, Read For School
, Classic Literature
, Coming Of Age
, High School
I understand why you should not read this for the first time as an adult but my education was neglected in my teens, obviously, since I did not read it then. Holden is a pain where the sun don't shine. He is so whiny. He acts as if he's seen everything, done everything, and knows everything but, ...
This review will contain spoilers, so if you want to avoid knowing all the details of the sparse and meaningless plot, maybe skip the first couple of paragraphs. Holden Caulfield is a self-important, spoiled and worthless little shit. At the start of the book, he is cooling his heels at the fourt...
Going to have to separate the artist from the art here. I know that Catcher was a deeply personal book to Salinger, but that doesn't change the fact that it was immensely dull to read.In theory, this should have appealed to me, according to the vast majority of the readers who consider it an endurin...
I honestly don't know where to begin with this mess of a novel. It was repetitive and boring. The main character had his head up his own ass through this entire book, which is not surprising since he is a teenager. I know that I was supposed to probably sit around afterwards and discuss how profound...
a great story ! Holden Caulfield is a unique character. a kid dissatisfied with everything and everyone around him. He tells the events and thoughts of what he experienced in days after he gets kicked out of his school for bad grades. i liked the way how he saw people and the honesty in it. He poin...
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