THE CATCHER IN THE RYE

THE CATCHER IN THE RYE

By Salinger J.D. (Author)

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His book 'The Catcher in the Rye Field' describes the writer J.D. Salinger details the journey of Holden Coldfield, the hero of the book, from the moment he left his fancy school until his arrival at a mental institution. Byd Oman describes in the hidden layer the veins of the hero's soul through which one can clearly see the existence of universal psychological phenomena that characterize the wave of youth which is a problematic wave, in which the young boy discovers the image of the world in which he lives and sometimes relates in a subjective way unique to him, measures the world The one who surrounds him with glasses that sometimes show a picture of a situation that is nothing but a reflection of the mental state of the farm boy. The author moves us through the life journey of Holden, a teenage boy, who experiences a post-traumatic experience after the death of his brother. Apparently, we see a wild boy, lacking restraint mechanisms and social awareness, but to the eyes of the smart and understanding reader, a set of psychological phenomena of an adolescent boy unfolds.

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