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The Catcher In The Rye


"The Catcher in the Rye" is J . D. Salinger's world-famous novel of disaffected youth. Holden Caulfield is a seventeen- year-old dropout who has just ... Show synopsis

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Overall customer rating: 4.000
Joanna W
by Joanna W on Apr 4, 2014

My favorite cover of this book! i love it. I have read this book so many times and it never gets old. Hopefully everyone enjoys it as much as I do More


Great Bok

by MisterB on Nov 29, 2013

Everyone knows this book by now. I ordered a copy as I could not find my copy and wanted to read it again. If you don't know Salinger it is time to learn and read all his books. More


Great Novel

by LiteratureMan on Apr 25, 2013

I'm always amazed how Christians find this book so offensive. Ironically, their objections are precisely why I think it is great. Holden Caulfield is morally bankrupt. But rather than suppress this sort of literature, I think it's all the more important to put and keep it in circulation. There are ... More


Amazing & short for a classic.

by RANDOLPH R on Dec 15, 2011

The action takes place over a short period of time and is full of repeats of stupid kid stuff but remarkably hip for a boy so young. It was a neat read and I enjoyed it this second time around. There was much more to it than I recalled. More

Manas R


by Manas R on Jun 6, 2011

As a Skeptic, I believe Messaniac does not have a relationship with reality. Her criticism is that Holden lacks a spiritual relationship with god. She describes the protagonist as, "morally bankrupt, enslaved to stupid and perverse interests, unable to feel any pure love for anyone else, not ... More

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The Catcher in the Rye

Zakkyzak-I read it in high school and again when I was about 35 and I agree with you completely. I am a writer and a total bibliophile and this is one of those cases when people don't understand something so they say it's brilliant because they don't want anyone to think they "don't "get it." It's ... More


Catcher vs. Mockingbird vs. 1984 vs. Gatsby!!!

If The Catcher in the Rye, To Kill a Mockingbird, 1984, and The Great Gatsby were all tossed into a literary cage-fighting match together, which book would emerge as the victor? To make this interesting, let's include The Hunger Games, which isn't a literarly classic like the others but IS about ... More

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