Catcher in the Rye. By J. D. Salinger. Overview. The Plot The Characters The Themes The Motifs The Symbols The Author. 11.R.1.1 Students are able to use various reading and study strategies to increase comprehension. Pre, during, and post reading strategies
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By J. D. Salinger
Pre, during, and post reading strategies
11. R.2.1 Students are able to analyze and explain relationships among elements of literature
Identify in literary selections:
point of view
In Chapter 22, when Phoebe asks Holden what he wants to do with his life, he replies with his image, from the song, of a “catcher in the rye.” Holden imagines a field of rye perched high on a cliff, full of children romping and playing. He says he would like to protect the children from falling off the edge of the cliff by “catching” them if they were on the verge of tumbling over.
(Not having to leave childhood and become an adult)The Symbols