The Catcher in the Rye home assignment


Clinton Trowbridge observes that Catcher is the story of “a search for truth in a world that has been dominated by falsity, the search for personal integrity by a hero who constantly falls short of his own ideal, who, in fact, participates in the very falsity he is trying to escape. The dramatic part of the novel stems from two things: that the hero’s conflict is both internal and external and that it increases in intensity as his vision of inner and outer falsity becomes more and more overwhelming.” Show how this is true, and also comment on how the conflict is resolved (or unresolved).



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