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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Return to Book Page. Preview attrappe L’attrape Coeurs by J. L’attrape Coeurs by J. Paperbackpages. Published by Robert Laffont first published July 16th B CaulfieldSally Hayes To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about L’attrape Coeursplease sign up. Am i the only person who fails to attrape why this book is considered a classic, to me it was boring and tedious and the plot failed to engross me as many other books have?
Jean Cole It’s not about the story. It’s about the context of the story. We have to consider it in the context of the era in which this book was released. The …more It’s not about the story. We had just defeated two evil empires, and our soldiers were coming Home Sweet Home to their happy-to-be-housewives and their 2. Readers who were born and brought up after the attrxpe don’t realize what a revolution occurred in the s and s. Today being a sailnger spirit and expressing your individuality is celebrated and encouraged.
sqlinger In those days you were expected to as I was told “Do as I say, not as I do. And here we have 1 a main character who curses constantly, and unashamedly rejects the values of his parents and society in general and 2 a narrative style that is casual and conversational. These two factors were shocking and dismaying to some, refreshing and delightful to others.
And so Holden became a hero to some. Not in the conventional sense of the word, but because people related to him and they sympathized with the way he felt. He personified all that was wrong with society. If you don’t go along, if you don’t play slainger game, then the vast machine that is society will knock you down and even lock you away.
Holden is not intended to be a hero in the conventional sense of the word. He is a tragic victim of the crappy world in which he has no control and where no one understands him.
I imagine that inwhen this was published, there were those who said “Yes! It’s about time someone was honest! This book was just one sign of the impending cultural revolution. That’s why it’s a classic. Think of it as a brick in the foundation of the revolution to come. What is the message of this book? 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? Holden simply wants to save his little sister and other kids from …more I think, it is about saving innocence, which is also a symbol of childhood.
Holden simply wants to save his little sister and other kids from process of adolescence and future adulthood.
Hi wants to be “Catcher in the rye” – the man who saves children from falling, falling into the adulthood. In my opinion it’s not about that Holden does’nt want to grow up, he know that ge is growing 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. Just a subjective opinion: See all 95 questions about L’attrape Coeurs….
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He ”remained at the scene reading J. Salinver novel The Catcher in attrale Rye until the police arrived and arrested him. Chapman repeatedly said that the novel was his statement. Not until our English teacher introduced us the book and I had to make some research on it, that is. I learned curious facts about the novel and author had to Did you know that Mark David Chapmanwho killed John Lennonheld this book, The Catcher in the Ryewhile he was arrested?
I learned curious facts about the novel and author had to watch a documentary on his life before starting the read, and I cannot tell you how excited I was to start it. See, to tell you the truth, I am in this P.
While dancing with attraoe girl. She was really good. All you had to do was touch her. And when she turned around, her pretty little butt twitched so nice and all. She knocked coeu out. I was half in love with her by the time we sat down.
They can drive you crazy. View all 50 comments. View all 7 comments. I am so glad I read this book as a teenager and not as an adult.
I would absolutely hate it today, not because it’s poorly written or has no value, but because I’d hate Holden more than anything in the world. I was certainly not a perfect teenager, but I never had that angst as a kid, nor do I have it now.
I have maybe 10 days a year where I complain a little bit about something, but for the most part, my mouth is shut and I do what I’m supposed to do. Supposed saalinger, as salingrr my own perception, not because someone else tells me to do it. Arguing and railing and running away and getting angry don’t come naturally to me, so I ll identify with him.
That said, I’ve seen this in others and it was well captured, atttape bit ahead artrape its time. For those reasons, it’s a good book. I’m a little concerned this is the type of book that will no longer be read I’m curious to see reviews by the under 25 crowd, just purely to see if the current generation has any different feelings towards it than I had when I read it in high school in the 90s.
About Me For those new to me or my reviews I read A LOT. I write A LOT. First the book review goes on Goodreads, and then I send it on over to my WordPress blog at https: Leave a comment and let me know what you think. Vote in the poll and ratings. Thanks for stopping by. View all 19 comments. And I’m standing on the edge of some crazy cliff. What I have to do, I have to catch everybody if they start to go over the cliff I’d just be the catcher in the rye.
Holden Caulfield has to be one of the strangest and most sarcastic main characters I’ve ever come attrxpe In pages, there really isn’t “I keep picturing all these little kids playing some game in this big field of rye and all Xoeur pages, there really isn’t a lot that actually happens.
It’s mainly Holden telling anecdote after anecdote with regards to salinge schools he has attended and the people he has met. He’s a very lonely character, and I did feel for him at several intervals – but overall I just don’t understand the hype for this one. View all 4 comments.
The title relates to Holden imagining himself in a field of young children playing tag, athrape them lest they get too near to a cliff a metaphor for descent into the depravity of adulthood. Holden rejects his privileged background though not for any great philosophical reason, however much he might try to dress it up as such and runs away from voeur prep school when he is expelled.
He drifts through the seedy side of life for a couple of days before feeling pulled homeward to his sister and then a teacher.
View all 17 comments. This was a perfectly enjoyable book.
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If you like snarky and blunt characters with a mix of self-loathing and doubt, you’ll love Holden Caulfield as much as I did. I’m not sure what all the fuss is about this book; some people love it while others seem coehr loath it. I seemed to saljnger right in the middle. At times I genuinely laughed, and others I was quite disturbed by the trauma that Holden goes through and that Salinger skates over, disturbing in and of itself. It’s an interesting coming of age This was a perfectly enjoyable book.