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The hero narrator of The Catcher in the Rye is an ancient child of sixteen a native New Yorker named Holden Caulfield Through circumstances that tend to preclude adult secondhand description he leaves his prep school in Pennsylvania and goes underground in New York City for three days The boy himself is at once too simple and too complex for us to make any final comment about him or his story Perhaps the safest thing we can say about Holden is that he was born in the world not just strongly attracted to beauty but almost hopelessly impaled on it There are many voices in this novel children's voices adult voices underground voices but Holden's voice is the most eloquent of all Transcending his own vernacular yet remaining marvelously faithful to it he issues a perfectly articulated cry of mixed pain and pleasure However like most lovers and clowns and poets of the higher orders he keeps most of the pain to and for himself The pleasure he gives away or sets aside with all his heart It is there for the reader who can handle it to keep JD Salinger's classic novel of teenage angst and rebellion was first published in 1951 The novel was included on Time's 2005 list of the 100 best English language novels written since 1923 It was named by Modern Library and its readers as one of the 100 best English language novels of the 20th century It has been frequently challenged in the court for its liberal use of profanity and portrayal of sexuality and in the 1950's and 60's it was the novel that every teenage boy wants to read


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    journal entrytoday i am 15 years old everything is all bullshit as usual i can't believe how fucked everything is around me like i'm surrounded by zombies i can't talk to any of my so called friends i can't talk to jamie i can't talk to my parents who would bother listening anyway i cannot wait to leave orange county this place makes me fucking sick everyone is a hypocrite everything is so goddamn bright and shiny and sunny and meaningless FUCK life is so full of crapthere is one good thing in my life though just read this book Catcher in the Rye blown away i don't know how a book written decades ago could say exactly what i would say it is like the author was reading my thoughts and put it all down in this book things i didn't even realize i felt were right there on the page I LOVED IT i think this is my favorite novel of all time which is not saying a whole lot because there is a ton of pretentious bullshit out there and i bet mrs durham will force us to read it all man i hate that bitchjournal entrytoday i am 20 years old life is great as usual just enjoyed my wednesday morning wake and bake session with j p the sun is shining the san diego weather is beautiful and tonight i'm off to rob gregg's to destroy them at bullshit love that game gregg says that joelle will be there yes but she'll probably bring that prick pete with her one of these days i'm going to lose it and kick his ass i'm in a bandfuck you pete i will never spin your recordsall i have on the agenda today is to go to the gym and then off to keracik's american lit class it is not a bad class although it is nowhere close to gender studies with halberstam or davidoff's survey of modern postmodernism last semester now that was a class it blew my mind so many things to think about the reading in american lit has been okay but we've been assigned to read Catcher in the Rye and it is terrible can't believe i ever liked this book caulfield is a whiny little bitch the book has no depth there is literally nothing going on with the narrative style theme characterization it is just one rote cliché after another he thinks he is such a rebel without a cause but in reality he is just another tired representation of rootless stereotypical masculinity and gender essentialism completely inane and without meaning i think my essay will use some acker style postmodernist techniques to show how simplistic this trite classic truly is i'm going to deconstruct the shit out of this novel babyjournal entrytoday i am 25 years old another gray drizzly san francisco morning i wish christopher would wake up i really need to talk to him after all that shit last night notes on my pillow really?? time to grow up dude i will never complete you well actually i'm glad he's still asleep my throat is too sore to get into it right now with him plus Food Not Bombs is happening this morning and i have to get the kitchen ready john is probably hard at work already typical over achieving behavior i bet the wisconsin kids are still crashing on our living room floor it's time for them to leave they've seen The Vindictives at every single Epicenter or Gilman show now and it is time for them to hit the road or learn to take a shower this apartment is not the world's crashpadi woke up early this morning and thumbed through A Catcher in the Rye i remember hating this book in college for some reason probably wasn't po mo enough for me or challenging feh what a pretentious idiot i was this is a beautiful book it changed my life as a kid i'm not sure how i would have survived orange county without it just re reading parts of it brought back all that old angst about all the fucked up shit in the world that kids have to deal with i'm not sure there is another book as insightful or as meaningful or funny that part with the clipping of the toenails is hilarious ackley is such a douche this book is the foundation of every zine that i have ever loved a perfect novel it is sohuman i guessjournal entrytoday i am 30 years old man my head hurtsso hungover my birthday party last night was awesome even got to spend some time on the turntables thanks kraddy for actually relinquishing a tiny bit of control for once i must have made out with a half dozen people sadly no real action i think last night's party will be the last big party i will ever throw things have got to change no partying like the world is about to end i still have my entire life ahead of me tomorrow i am going to go into AIG and hand in my notice i am not an entertainment insurance underwriter that is not me fuck them if erika can get me that job working with homeless kids at Hospitality House than i am set although moving from the biggest room in the flat to the water heater closet will be no fun i'm 30 years old now for chrissakes still i've got to do something meaningful with my life it cannot all be about booze drugs hooking up and paying everyone's rent when they're broke things have got to changei cracked open A Catcher in the Rye yesterday before the party and read some of my favorite parts what an inspiration seriously that is a classic novel it is packed with meaning i'm twice caulfield's age but i still somehow connect with him in a very direct way my life is going to change and the attitude expressed in that book is at the heart of that change i love you holden caulfied it's not too late for me to learn from you to find some meaning in lifejournal entrytoday i am 35 years old another intense sad but deeply fulfilling week has passed every day something meaningful happens something so emotional and real sometimes i find myself just losing it in a fetal position because of the things i've seen working with people who are drug addicted or who have been abused or who are dying is HEAVY but it is also beautiful it's hard to believe i am dealing with all of that and supporting my folks too thank God i have good friends to talk to about these things anyway so now marcy wants to have a kid i just don't know how i feel about that this is such a fucked up world do we really want to bring new life into it? i dunno it seemsselfish somehow she should just quit her job with the da's office and get back to her roots in the public defender's office instead does she think that having a child with me will bring meaning into her life? my life has meaning enough already and i really am not sure i can handle that responsibility on top of everything elsei skimmed A Catcher in the Rye yesterday after an awkward talk with marcy about having a baby it was not an inspiring read caulfield is so full of misplaced angst i'm not sure i even understand him any why is he so pissed off? he's seen nothing of the world and what the world can actually do to people i want to like him i want to re capture that feeling of affection i had for him but now his contempt and his anger just seem so meaningless so naive he really does not have it so bad there is so much worse out there i don't know how i would handle a kid like that i hate to say it but i constantly rolled my eyes when reading it oh the emotional self absorption of youth just you wait caulfield it sure gets a hell of a lot complicated once you grow upjournal entrytoday i am 40 years old when did i become a boss? it is like i woke up one day mysteriously transformed into an old man am i really a leader? what does that even mean? sometimes i feel like i am just faking it all and someone is going to figure it out and blow the whistle on me last week i made a huge play on the Council i had all my ducks in a row and all the votes came in just as i had planned everyone has their own agenda and the way to get things done is simply to recognize and engage with that disappointing fact some folks got up and started clapping and then the whole room joined in even council members who voted against my motion feh phonies the experience was sort of amazing but it also made me feel very odd almost disconnected from myself is this who i am now a public policy figure a community advocate a mayoral appointee? ugh i can't stand the mayor i don't feel like me there is accomplishment there and some satisfaction but i am missing something something visceral something real sweet Jesus is this what a mid life crisis feels like? it is a weird feeling like i know everything that i need to know about the world about the people around me how everything connects but yet i still feel like i know so little about life oh such angst mark surely you've outgrown this?i've started re reading A Catcher in the Rye it's so strange during different parts i felt like crying a wonderful and moving novel i feel like i really understand holden like he is my guide my son my brother my friend myself i think of him and i know that change in the world and changing myself can still happen it just has to happen that's life after all right?