White Noise: DeLillo's Warning for the Future In White Noise, Don DeLillo creates a world where reality is replaced with simulations imitating the real. DeLillo clearly draws on French thinker Jean Baudrillard`s perspectives on simulacra, representat
In Ulysses, Leopold and Molly Blooms marriage is presented as dysfunctional, beginning with Bloom lamenting about his wifes imminent affair later that afternoon. Bloom and Molly have not had sexual relations in over ten years, since the death of thei
Discuss the similarities and differences between the texts and their theme(s). Include comments on
the way the authors use elements such as structure, tone, images and other stylistic devices to
communicate their purposes.
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My name is David Andreas Swan, and I am here to talk about the Catcher in the Rye by J.D. Salinger.
1. How was Holdens personality revealed in this extract?
- Protective, but not a good example. This is shown through the dialogue with Pho
The Catcher in The Rye
Theme: alienation of Holden Caulfield. Expelled from school.
He is at the threshold of adulthood, sort of like at the end of a cliff. Death of his brother affects him.
Does not really have any friends, and this affects his school si