The Catcher in the Rye

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The book is rightly titled among few of the best classics this world has ever seen. The book revolves around the life and events in the life of the character called Holden Caulfield. After the poor child was thrown out of his fourth school, the kid decides he has had enough of the “fake” adults and began on a journey to New York City as a revolt against everything. The book is then an encounter with various people Caulfield meets on his trip, and his self-recovery is initiated by his sister Phoebe. The book is narrated from the perspective of Caulfield after the events have already taken place.

What makes this book stand out?

The book shows that everyone has a character similar to the one of Caulfield’s. And the book also shows that everyone can find recovery.

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The book is simply put and to the point.

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The book may too straightforward for many readers.

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