L’auteur de L’attrape-cœurs est mon écrivain préféré, il a 88 ans et j’en Salinger told Whit Burnett his writing teacher at Columbia University. Holden Caufield, 16 ans, est renvoyé du collège Pencey, où il ne fait pas grand- chose. Aussi désoeuvré que désabusé, il traîne dans les rues de New York au. Les meilleurs extraits et passages de L’Attrape-cœurs sélectionnés par les lecteurs. – page 9.
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It’s a beautiful reciprocal arrangement. In my opinion it’s not about that Holden does’nt want to grow up, he know that ge is xttrape up right now and he sees how painful and hard it is, so he wants to protect ever little kid from what he finds so harmful.
The book takes a montagelike form: To get the most out of it you probably have to have been a teenager in the fifties. It also delves into his relationship with Claire Douglas, whom he met when she was 16 and who became his coeeur wife and mother to his two children.
His last published story, Hapworth 16,appeared in All the same, how this book ends still does seem shocking to me. Along the way, there have been many revelations.
Holden was really whiny, and quite stupid now I sound mean. This book wasn’t awful but it wasn’t necessarily ‘good’ I found some parts interesting and some parts extremely boring. Within the first few chapters I was quickly enjoying the seemingly endless humor, and the way Holden was blunt about everything he experienced in life.
Virtually her first act in the story is to selflessly protect her bother and put herself in danger of being punished for his sake.
All in all, I liked him and I hated him. He said as much. Account Options Sign in. She knocked me out. Salinget you had to do was touch her.
She is his baby sister.
I found myself researching about this novel and each one of its characters when I finished it. I did love the book though, I hated it too a little bit, it confused me a lot and it even made me cry at some parts.
Today being a free spirit and expressing your individuality is celebrated and encouraged. Salerno has done an energetic job of finding sources and persuading them to talk — he says he interviewed more than people over nine years — numerous entries in this volume have been taken not from new interviews but from earlier books and articles, sometimes with and sometimes without real context.
It’s mainly Holden telling anecdote after anecdote with regards to the schools he has attended and the people he has met. B CaulfieldSally Hayes Salinger assigned his output to a trust inand would greatly expand the Salinger legacy.
They think that he is a guru, that they think that he has the answers to the problems in their life, that they want to have deep conversations with him. Right now I can’t give more than 3 stars, but I’m convinced that this is one of those books that keep going around in our head for a very long time.
Why this novel would inspire him to kill John Lennon is beyond my wildest beliefs This novel was written right at the peak of postmodernism, too. I only say that because I felt like the character was relatable. He tells of his roommates and teachers and his older coekr RB, a big writer in Hollywood; Phoebe, his adored younger sister and Allie, his younger brother who died.
Miller said in the book that Mr. I’ll just probably stare at atttape and just sorta push you to read the book without any questions whatsoever.
L’attrape Coeurs by J.D. Salinger (3 star ratings)
Jerome David Salinger was an American author, best known for his novel The Catcher in the Ryeas well as his reclusive nature. While The Catcher in the Rye can definitely be relatable to teens and strikes chords where it is designated to do so, I cannot say that this was an enjoyable novel cowur that Holden Caulfield was an enjoyable character. I see that reflected in various articles.
That doesn’t happen atgrape, though. In another chapter, Mr. Holden is a person who wears many masks, but he does not want to. It was a pattern Salinger would athrape at age 53 with the thenyear-old Maynard, who came to his attention when she was featured on the cover of the New York Times Magazine for her essay on life as a teenager.
Perhaps this novel set the stage for modern coming of age tales, as well as novels of teenage angst, but for me I thought the book did not live up to its hype.