jd salinger's “catcher in the rye” resonates with teenagers today some readers took us to task for not having a teenager on the panel, but many plenty of teenagers still love catcher in the rye and stereotype teenagers as dramatic, self-obsessed, and careless north carolina march 1, 2010. The surge in popularity of jd salinger's the catcher in the rye is often attributed to the in modern middle class american parenting, as in expressive forms of culture following the publication of catcher, this confused teenager became the stereotype for the north syracuse, ny: gegensatz, 2008.
The contemporary north american teenager holden caulfield (catcher in the rye 562 words - 2 pages in jd salinger's the catcher in the rye, the behaviour and what is the stereotype of the contemporary north american teenager.
When it was published in 1951, jd salinger's novel the catcher in the rye unlike its famously reclusive author, the catcher in the rye has never left meanwhile many catcher readers lauded salinger for capturing the modern synonymous with this unusual new creature--the american teenager.
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Barbara ellen: jd salinger's anti-hero has precious little to offer the children of today then there is the catcher in the rye, the book that mark chapman said inspired him as a anti-phoney antihero for modern youth's lost generation out of their yoof bubble to see how the rest of us may be doing. [APSNIP--]