The Catcher in The Rye by J.D Salinger pdf free download is a fiction novel that was published in series between 1945-1946. After six years Finally it was published as a complete book in 1951. First, the book was considered for adults but after its readership, every person started to read it. Almost more than one million copies were published and sold per year. it was translated to almost every language.
The novel was s written in the English language. The total sales of this book are more than 65 million copies. The book was nominated in the top ten books of the 20th century. Also, in the top hundred English books of all time. The plot of the book is based on the life of a solider. Who survived in world war II. the Main character of the novel is named Holden. He lives in a city and he wants to live with his brother but can’t. His neighbor was a nice person.
Once he caught a girl. He fixes a date with her. It was his first time with any girl. Holden asks from cab driver how to impress a girl. In the hotel, he dances with three girls for a while. They were not able to stay with him for a long time. His roommate was also his good friend named Sally Hayes. He was his best friend and he holden consider him as his familiar date. After the date, he feels depressed. He writes something for his friend.
Holden calls Sally Hayes as a familiar date. One day Holden calls his school friend to meet. They drink together. When Luce leaves, he was drunk and out of money. He tortures some adults and wants to go to Central Park. Also, he wants to meet her and to share everything with her. Her sister care for him too much. She calls him as the catcher in the rye means “saving Childs from being lost his innocence.” J.D Salinger was an American writer.
Who mostly writes novels and short stories? He got fame from his novel “the catcher in the rye.” Obviously, it was his masterpiece. This novel has given a new direction to English literature. After world war II it was a revolution in literature. He was born in New York on January 1 1919. He died on January 27, 2010, in Cornish.
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