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There have been many great authors to this date in history as we know it In my lifetime J D Salinger is one of the most famous and powerful authors I read J D Salinger one of the worlds most influential and reclusive authors Brooks Richard The Sunday Times pg 3 states Richard Brooks from The Sunday Times One of Salingers greatest achievements was the novel The Catcher in the Rye I heard about he novel in numerous occasions It was even mentioned in films such as Conspiracy Theory in which Mel Gibson plays a disturbed man who has to buy a copy of The Catcher in the Rye whenever he sees one or has the thought about the novel He had a bookshelf filled with the novel It seemed like I was the only one that did not read this classic So I went to the library and they were all on loan so I bought one After finishing the novel which was great I decided to read another piece of Salingers work to see how Salingers writing style would compare to The Catcher in the Rye I picked up a book called Nine Stories which had as the title read nine different short stories I found myself reading a story called For Esme - with love and squalor After completing the story I discovered that the two stories had a lot in common with each other It was mainly because of Salingers narrative style and other writing techniques he uses in these two great stories Both of these stories are in first person point of view but The Catcher in the Rye is in subjective narration Holden Caulfield is a teenager who sees the world as an evil and corrupted place where there is no peace Thats the whole trouble You cant ever find a place thats nice and peaceful because there isnt any You may think there is but once youre not
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