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Essay | Catcher in the Rye and at Woodward's Gardens; a Comparison

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Catcher in the Rye and at Woodward's Gardens; a Comparison

Summary: Compares the novel, "Catcher in the Rye" by J.D. Salinger, with the poem, "At Woodward's Gardens" by Robert Frost. Discusses the common idea of how to live your life. Also describes how the literary elements of characterization and conflict are used in both the novel and the poem.
In the novel, "Catcher in the Rye" by J.D. Salinger, and the poem, "At Woodward's Gardens" by Robert Frost, discusses a common idea of how to live your life. In the novel the main character, Holden, is faced with many problems that challenge him to be, in what our society refers to as, "normal." He is a unique individual and does not want to enter adult hood, he wishes to be young forever. People are constantly telling him that the way he lives his life and the way he talks, acts, and thinks are not "normal" and that he needs to live his life in a different way. In the poem a boy is taunting some monkeys to see what they understand. The monkeys eventually break the magnify glass, which is what he was taunting them with, and his...

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