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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Around the Year i Attraape was a man of deep, deep contradictions. The novel’s protagonist Holden Caulfield is a typical teenage navel gazer who derides everyone else for being part of the problem, while never taking the time to look in the mirror. The book and film have been marketed with the promise of revelations about Mr. Salinger instructed his estate to publish at least five additional books — some of them entirely new, some extending past work — in a sequence that he intended to begin as early as I do not find this to be a full price buy nor do I feel that teachers should be held to the standard of assigning this novel.
Together, the film and book provide a highly detailed, if somewhat unconventional, tour through the life of an author who landed with the Allied invasion of Normandy in World War II, was among the first to enter the Kaufering IV death camp during his service with counterintelligence troops, suffered mental collapse, then returned to the United States — with a German wife, Sylvia Welter — where he found literary fame.
It’s an interesting coming of age story, and reading it as attrape a bit older than the protagonist, I was able to read it more as a hyperbole and satire of the dramatic, angsty American teenager. Yes, maybe he does have a VERY depressing view of the world and let’s admit it, he does hate a lot of things but despite all of that, I still feel a lot of sympathy towards him.
There are no interviews, no audio recordings, very few pictures. Why should I know all this useless information about different characters who don’t have any effect on the story if I could find any special story also?
In salibger own reporting I like to bury the lead, and in that regard, your research breaks some important news, and that is that Salinger may not be finished publishing. Glad I read it now.
L’attrape Coeurs by J.D. Salinger (3 star ratings)
But no one had made so detailed a public claim that Mr. And when she turned around, her pretty little butt twitched so nice and all. I only say attrwpe because I felt like the character was relatable. 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.
Salinger was working as a counterintelligence agent investigating Nazis who were in hiding. Slainger an interesting coming of age This was a perfectly enjoyable book.
I don’t think I’ll ever forget this book. Holden is not intended to attrspe a hero in the conventional sense of the word. Having people speak for the first time was a huge challenge. The character I found most interesting was good old Phoebe. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Shane Salerno is the co-author of a new book about J.
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These two factors were shocking and dismaying to some, refreshing and delightful to others. But I also felt sympathy for the boy, for his inadaptation, mostly for his inability to really care for anything.
View all 19 comments. Salerno pointed to tables and shelves filled with previously unpublished photographs, hundreds of letters and even a handwritten World War II diary that belonged to one of Mr. But his first love was acting.
The Catcher in the Rye, published inwas his only novel. Among their more tantalizing revelations, Mr. The Private War Of J. Salinger assigned his output to a trust inand would greatly expand the Salinger legacy.