The Catcher in the Rye home assignment


Arthur Heiserman and James E. Miller Jr. write, “American literature seems fascinated with the outcast, the person who defies traditions in order to arrive at some pristine knowledge, some personal integrity.” In what ways does this novel exhibit a fascination with the outcast? Does Holden reach “pristine knowledge” or “personal integrity”?



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