Rejection as the key to self destruction in jd salingers the catcher in the rye

Edward norton’s analysis of “the catcher in the rye” premiere date: january 21, 2014 | 0:03:25 actor and producer edward norton shares his memories of reading the catcher of rye as an adolescent, and his analysis of the character holden caulfield and the way author jd salinger uses dialogue and narrative in the novel.

Rejection as the key to self-destruction in jd salinger's the catcher in the rye.

Rejection as the key to self destruction in jd salingers the catcher in the rye

Salinger wrote catcher in the rye in a fashion that many debated as an autobiography of the author himself both salinger and holden are born and raised in manhattan, new york growing up, both of them went to preppy-private, all-boys school in pennsylvania.

  • Two jd salinger short stories, i'm crazy and slight rebellion off madison, were published in periodicals during the 1940's, and introduced holden caulfield, the main character of the catcher in the rye both short stories were revised for later inclusion in salinger's novel.

Rejection as the key to self destruction in jd salingers the catcher in the rye
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