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Literary Devices that Helped Make "The Catcher in the Rye" a Classic Novel

Summary: The book The Catcher in the Rye by J.D. Salinger is a prime example of how literary devices are used and how they develop stories into literary classics. Salinger's expert use of irony, foreshadowing, and symbolism resulted in a classic work that continues to catch the attention of readers and critics alike.
Literary Devices Develop a Literary Classic

A literary classic to many must include strong and impacting events to make the story memorable. This memorable story must speak of real life situations that many can relate to. Real life situations may include death, illness, family happiness and childhood excitement. Without these real life situations, the story becomes unbelievable and many will become uninterested. Many literary classics tend to appeal to teenagers through characters who are teenagers. These characters must have believable attributes and contain the necessary thought patterns and emotions of a typical teenager to be able to relate to the average teenager. A literary classic must also catch the eyes of the average person. The story must contain something special to catch this certain attention. From the opening lines to the shocking climax and on to the...

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