S: Friend Recomendation
FC: Reasons to Read The Catcher in the Rye
1: The Catcher in the Rye is full of entertainment. You'll flip through the pages anxious to see what Holden does next.
3: J.D Salinger The author of The Catcher in the Rye was born in Manhattan, New York. This is why he does such an excellent job of describing the setting and people of New York. Salinger began to write while he was in school and his work was published in the 1940's before he served in World War 2. Once The Catcher in the Rye was published in became a well known book read by many. However, because of the language and content it was frowned upon by some. This led to less work for the author.
4: Holden The main character of the story is a 16 year old boy by the name of Holden. He is struggling wiith conforming with society. He is an odd character and extremely interesting. His opinions are halarious and the voice of the story helps the reader truly understand the mind of Holden.
6: Common phrases by Holden Caulfield "Boy!" "God damn...!" "Phonies" "No kidding" "Your a prince you know that?" "It just about killed me" "Old ..." "Crazy..."
9: Never a dull moment As soon as Holden leaves Pencey Prep he describes his adventures in the city that never sleeps, New York. He meets with old friends along with socializing with strangers. Holden is a pacifist yet, he tends to engage is several fights and arguments throughout the novel. Creating a thrilling journey.