Catcher and the rye book review

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catcher and the rye book review

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Let's just say that this book is certainly one open to a lot of controversy and debate, yet that is what makes it such an interesting read. The Catcher in the Rye certainly wouldn't be everyone's cup of tea, however I find it an exciting and compelling read, with a gallon of brutal reality poured in along with some humour, contrasting with moments of depression. Despite being written in , I think many teenagers would be able to relate to the various themes present in the book. It is a modern classic of the coming of age genre. I find the main character, year-old Holden Caulfield, absolutely intriguing and as I read the book, it was fascinating to get inside the head of the strange, rebellious protagonist.
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Your email address will not be published. The narrator and main character, Holden Caulfield, is not your average young man. At first, I found him entertaining, half way through the book he began to get on my nerves, but by the end I adored him so much I found myself wishing I could adopt him! Let me explain: Holden is distracted. Very distracted.

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  1. Let's just say that this book is certainly one open to a lot of controversy and debate, yet that is what makes it such an interesting read.

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