The Catcher In The Rye
Publish date: September 1st 1994
Pages no: 192
Edition language: English
, Read For School
, Classic Literature
, Coming Of Age
, High School
Have not seen the movie yet, but this book was something, something completely unexpectable, something completely unpredictable, something so well written, and something so well-crafted that I fully comprehend the reason why it's one of the most valuable classics to this day, and in some cases a man...
Ach Holden, wie vielen Jugendlichen geht es so wie dir? Kein Kind mehr und auch noch kein Erwachsener. Wie schwer es ist sich manchmal in der Welt zurechtzufinden. Seinen Platz zu behaupten, vor allem wenn man das Gefühl hat, dass es keinen Platz für einen gibt. Es wundert mich nicht, dass das Buch...
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, ...
It's true that I didn't remember the book this way. Maybe I was too young the first time I read it, but certainly there were things I needed to live to fully understand it.However, I didn't quite like it the first time... and still didn't quite like it this one. I feel Holden's pain about some thing...
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...
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