J. D. Salinger
In each short story by J. D. Salinger, a main character struggles with a question concerning different factors in their own life. Some of the noticeable and repetitious themes in Salingerís stories are Appearance vs. Reality; Adults vs. Children; Sanity vs. Insanity; and the meaning of life. The only difference is the way each character deal with the problems.
In Salingers story, "A Perfect Day for Bananafish," Seymore Glass is a
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Salinger does a great way to go into detail on what happens to these characters and what they do to solve their own problems. People say that Salinger creates these characters to show how people go and deal with problems, that concern people with similar problems. Just so, we can learn from them without actually going through these occurrences, and learn from them.
A Perfect Day for Bananafish
Pretty Mouth and Green My Eyes