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black boy vs. Catcher in the rye Black Boy is an autobiography of Richard Wright’s early life in the south before he reached Chicago. The Catcher in the Rye is a fictional book who’s main character, Holden Caulfield, finds maturity on a trip home. The main characters in Black Boy, by Richard Wright, and The Catcher in the Rye, by J.D. Salinger, share similar and different qualities. Richard Wright and Holden Caulfield have many similarities. They both have a passion for reading. Richard reads anything he can get his hands on, including racist newspapers. Holden enjoys reading books by his brother, D.B., and Ring Lardner. Neither gets along with teachers very well. Aunt Addie and Richard Wright had several incidents in Sunday school. Holden Caulfield had problems with all his teachers, resulting in his expulsion. Both boys have had harmful, addictive habits. Richard was a drunkard at the age of six. Holden was a heavy smoker. Mr.Wright and Mr.Caulfield had many similar characteristics. While Richard and Holden had many similarities, the differences are
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