The Catcher in the Rye/Franny and Zooey/Nine Stories/Raise High the Roof Beam



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  • Mass Market Paperback
  • The Catcher in the Rye/Franny and Zooey/Nine Stories/Raise High the Roof Beam
  • J.D. Salinger
  • English
  • 10 June 2017
  • 0446116513

9 thoughts on “The Catcher in the Rye/Franny and Zooey/Nine Stories/Raise High the Roof Beam

  1. Lukas Stauderman says:

    I found The Catcher in the Rye, by J.D Salinger, to be a wonderful book, one that I truly enjoyed I thought it was fascinating how the author got inside of the main character s head, Holden Caulfield, a sixteen year old boy from Pennsylvania The novel takes place on a long weekend during the late 1940 s or early 1950 s in Pennsylvania as well as New York The story begins where Holden describes his stay at the fancy boarding school in Pennsylvania called Pency Prep The story is told through I found The Catcher in the Rye, by J.D Salinger, to be a wonderful book, one that I truly enjoyed I thought it was fascinating how the author got inside of the main character s head, Holden Caulfield, a sixteen year old boy from Pennsylvania The novel takes place on a long weekend during the late 1940 s or early 1950 s in Pennsylvania as well as New York The story begins where Holden describes his stay at the fancy boarding school in Pennsylvania called Pency Prep The story is told through the voice of young Holden, who is reflecting on the events that have recently occurred He is dealing with a psychological conflict where part of him wants to grow up and mature as an adult, while the other part of h...

  2. Tripmastermonkey says:

    the book i m really giving such a good review to is Franny and Zooey although i ve read the others well, parts of nine stories now, it s been a while, but mr salinger s ability to mix sadness with humor is part of why this book is worth reading the humor doesn t ignor...

  3. Robert Vaughan says:

    Salinger at his best I love these stories.

  4. Jen VB says:

    You should read everything by J.D Salinger.

  5. Diann Blakely says:

    Time Warner recently reissued four popular titles THE CATCHER IN THE RYE, NINE STORIES, FRANNY AND ZOOEY, and RAISE HIGH THE ROOF BEAM, CARPENTERS, and SEYMOUR AN INTRODUCTION as part of the publisher s Teen Reads division The rubric calls to mind both Norman Mailer s famous dismissal of Salinger the best mind that never got out of prep school and the strange, unsavory tales of the reclusive author s fixation with post pubescent women, most notoriously Joyce Maynard.In fact, most readers Time Warner recently reissued four popular titles THE CATCHER IN THE RYE, NINE STORIES, FRANNY AND ZOOEY, and RAISE HIGH THE ROOF BEAM, CARPENTERS, and SEYMOUR AN INTRODUCTION as part of the publisher s Teen Reads division The rubric calls to mind both Norman Mailer s famous dismissal of Salinger the best mind that never got out of prep school and the strange, unsavory tales of the reclusive author s fixation with post pubescent women, most notoriously Joyce Maynard.In fact, most readers belong to our culture s teen division when we first encounter Salinger For many of us, the tale of Ho...

  6. Elisabet Kanegis says:

    The book The Catcher in the Rye by J.D Sailinger was not one of my favorite books The main character Holden Caulfeild tells his own story that takes place in New York in the 1940 s to 1950 s He is always battleing with growing up and is usually complaining about something He makes a lot of comments about how people are phony which kind of gets hard to read about over and over again He is also always trying to get along with others and trying to have adult relations with girls Althoug The book The Catcher in the Rye by J.D Sailinger was not one of my favorite books The main character Holden Caulfeild tells his own story that takes place in New York in the 1940 s to 1950 s He is always battleing with growing up and is usually complaining about something He makes a lot of comments about how people are phony which kind of gets hard to read about over and over again He is also always trying to get ...

  7. Sabrina says:

    Right before winter break, Holden Caulfield, a cynical, bitter 16 year old, is kicked out of the elite Pencey Preparatory School It isn t the first time Holden s flunked out of school, though His depressing and lonely life at Pencey prompts Holden to leave school before vacation starts, so he goes home to New York City Instead of facing his family in New York his father, mother, and 10 year old sister Phoebe , Holden finds himself stuck in strange situations including a fight with a pimp, a Right before winter break, Holden Caulfield, a cynical, bitter 16 year old, is kicked out of the elite Pencey Preparatory School It isn t the first time Holden s flunked out of school, though His depressing and lonely life at Pencey prompts Holden to leave school before vacation starts, so he goes home to New York City Instead of facing his family in New York his father, mother, and 10 year old sister Phoebe , Holden finds himself stuck in strange situations including a fight with a pimp, a conversation with two nuns, and an awful date with a former flame At last, he meets up with his kid sister Phoebe, who understands him like no one else It is with her that Holden finally experiences true happiness The book abruptly ends th...

  8. Yuneiry says:

    this soty takes place in the early 1950 s the begining of the novel actually takes place at Pency prep shool Is about Holden whic is a sixteen year old boy studebt who had feiled out of school two weeks before christmas several days before he s expected home for christmas vacation he leaves school planning to spend some time on his own in new York city, but things don t work out as he wants.this is an excellent book because it has a lot of themes, for example is about innocence, familly hol this soty takes place in the early 1950 s the begining of the novel actually takes place at Pency prep shool Is about Holden whic is a sixteen year old boy studebt who had feiled out of school two weeks before christmas several days before he s expected home for christmas vacation he leaves school planning to spend some time on his own in new York city, but things don t work out as he wants.this is an excellent book because it has a lot of themes, for example is about innocence, familly holden relatonship with his parents and siblings have deteriorated, loss he lost his ...

  9. Sophie says:

    I haven t read any other Salinger works besides Franny Zooey, but because of said book i really want to Franny Zooey presents simple everyday lives in a way that seems so bleak and so hopeless which may sound absolutely heinous, but it really gives Franny s story in the beginning a lot of fascinating tension At the end, though, it really does create a perfect world in its own way, which may make little sense to anyone but me, but I hope not Ha The thing with this is that you ei I haven t read any other Salinger works besides Franny Zooey, but because of said book i really want to Franny Zooey presents simple everyday lives in a way that seems so bleak and so hopeless which may sound absolutely heinous, but it really gives Franny s story in the beginning a lot of fascinating tension At the end, though, it really does create a perfect world in its own way, which may make little sense to anyone but me, but I hope not Ha The thing with...

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