AP Literature and composition. September 11, 2013 Mr. Houghteling “It’s a Read and Write Wednesday!”. AGENDA. Analytical Paraphrase Topic to think about: Holden and religion Oral reading: 105-6 : Sally Hayes 109 : The nuns 113 : “if a body catch a body…” and the museum.
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September 11, 2013
“It’s a Read and Write Wednesday!”
105-6: Sally Hayes
109: The nuns
113: “if a body catch a body…” and the museum.
123: the date with Sally and Holden’s big idea.
Holden Caulfield is a complex person in that while he struggles to communicate with people important to him, he longs for conversation and human contact with strangers or people he does not like.
Marxist criticism asserts that economics provides the foundation for all social, political, and ideological reality. Examining social groups and their influences is one of the most accessible ways to use Marxist criticism.
(the Haves vs. Have-nots)
What interpretations of the text can you make by applying Marxist Criticism?