FRANZ LIBOOK REVIEW—“THE CATCHER IN THE RYE” Nowadays a lot of people think that the more people have TV or Internet in their homes, the fewer people will buy books. It's often thought why to read long novels, when a play on TV can tell you the same story with colors, pictures and actions. But I'm certain, that books are still popular, because it's a cheaper way, than to go to the cinema and also you can keep a book forever and read it many time.My favorite book is “THE CATCHER IN THE RYE”, written by J.D. Salinger, an American writer, is a fictional novel that was first published in 1951. Told the story of sixteen-year-old Holden Caulfield. Deciding that he's had enough of Pencey, his fourth school that he'd failed, he goes to Manhattan three days before his scheduled return to home, not wanting to inform his parents that he'd been expelled and sent back. He explores the city, calls up some old friends, gets nicked by the elevator operator, and gradually becomes bitter about the world and people. He then visited his sister Phoebe. Holden went to
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