Use of Literary Elements
There are many important elements to The Catcher in the Rye but there are two that stand out from the rest by a great margin. These elements of the novel are the message that the book gives to reader as well as the style of writing that J.D. Salinger uses while writing the book. The messages can be seen clearly and are very important to the book, but they are
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because of the fact that he has gained so much fame for this work, as well as the fact that readers of all ages can relate to the issues that Holden is confused about, not just teenagers around HoldenÕs own age. Overall J.D. Salinger did a great job with the technical part of writing this book and he did a even better job getting the messages that he wanted across to the readers.