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The Secrets of a Teenage Life Many actions and feelings are expressed from J.D. Salinger through his character Holden Caulfield by both physical actions and expressed emotions in the book The Catcher in the Rye. The overall main message of the book is to express the troubles that are involved with growing up in the adolescence years, to Holden Caulfied, the main character of the book, growing.
Suddenly, the reader’s understanding of who Holden Caulfield is actually becomes further magnified. Suddenly, readers grasp that there is far more to Holden than simply a rebellious teenager who is refusing to conform and keeps getting expelled from schools like Pencey Prep Academy. Extending into Salinger’s surging metaphorical success, once readers obtain the knowledge that Holden longs.
Character Examination Holden Caulfield is a figment of author J.D Salinger's imagination, Holden is the exception to all rules, and the rule to all exceptions. He is in an unclassifiable category, and his physical traits give no clue on how to enravel this enigmatic young man. Holden is caring but cold, timid yet bold, passive but aggressive; these are three of perhaps hundreds of antonyms.
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J.D. Salinger is fighting to block publication of a book that depicts his most famous creation, Holden Caulfield, as an irascible 76-year-old.
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Questions for Exploring the Novel Comprehension and Interpretation. J.D. Salinger’s classic novel about a troubled adolescent came out in 1951 and soon became famous around the world. Most educated people have read it and while other books have dealt with similar themes since, The Catcher in the Rye remains a particularly poignant work. Nearly half a century later, the schoolboy slang of the.