Cliffs notes on Salinger's Catcher in the rye
Take a look at America through the eyes of Holden Caufield in The Catcher in the Rye, by J.D. Salinger. CliffsNotes on The Catcher in the Rye takes you into the Atomic Age of the late 1940s - a historical setting that was both politically conservative and liberal, but leaning increasingly to the right. Find out why Salinger's writing is so highly praised, and why this novel continues to appeal to the young, the young at heart, and the dreamers of every generation. CliffsNotes on The Catcher in the Rye shows you how to catch on to the plot, characters, themes, and symbolism of the story with helpful commentaries, essays, and character analyses.
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Ackley Allie Antolini banana fever bananafish begins Brossard brother D. B. call Jane Gallagher Carl Luce Catcher Central Park chapter Christmas Cliffs Notes club Commentary Holden confession conversation crazy decides depressing door drink drunk ducks elevator operator Elkton Hills Ernie Ernie's experience Finally George Duhamel girl Glass family goddam Grand Central Station hate hell Holden arrives Holden Caulfield Holden feels Holden finds Holden goes Holden leaves Holden says Holden wants Holden's attitude J. D. Salinger James Castle Jerome David Salinger Lawrence Olivier literary long digression Maurice movie Museum novel nuns Ossenburger Pencey Prep person Phoebe Phoebe's phony playing Preparation Guide profanity prostitute Radio City rest home Salinger's scene Seymour sits sleep Sonny Spencer story Stradlater suicide suitcases Summary Holden takes a taxi talk tells things understand wait for Phoebe walks Whooton York