The Catcher in the Rye home assignment

  1. The Catcher in the Rye is about a teenage idealist who becomes submerged in the seamy side of adult society and almost succumbs.” Discuss.
  2. “Holden, through the course of his search, is repulsed and frightened, not only by what people do to him, but rather what people do to each other.” Discuss.
  3. “Holden doesn’t refuse to grow up so much as he agonises over the state of being grown up.” Discuss.
  4. “ The Catcher in the Rye is sad but not finally hopeless. It is very important to see that it ends on a positive note.” Discuss.
  5. “Holden’s problem is that he cannot reconcile the ‘nice’ world of childhood with the ‘phoney’ adult world.” Do you agree?
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