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  • J.D. Salinger pt. 1: @steveagee JD Salinger and I are both alumni from the same military academy (Where they filmed TAPS), also the basis for Pency Prep in Catcher ...

    J.D. Salinger, ‘Star Trek’ And ‘Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World’ In Today’s Twitter-Wood » MTV Movies Blog

  • I fully agree with you that some people have naively idolized Caulfield, but I also think it is apparent in Catcher to anyone with any intelligence that Holden is a troubled, very problematic young man with many flaws and likely a personality disorder, even if there is something also likeable about him.

    If a book meets a book coming through the rye

  • Just like the 1970s, of which era the Town Rat Catcher is a living fossil.

    Archive 2007-08-26

  • Just like the 1970s, of which era the Town Rat Catcher is a living fossil.

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  • While Witch Catcher is a fantasy, it realistically depicts Jen's sense of outrage and betrayal at having a "new person" enter her tight family circle and having her father "choose" someone else.

    Witch Catcher

  • While Witch Catcher is a fantasy, it realistically depicts Jen's sense of outrage and betrayal at having a "new person" enter her tight family circle and having her father "choose" someone else.

    Archive 2006-12-01

  • Along with the wraggle-taggle gypsies, O. Dorothy Scarborough in her Song Catcher from the Southern

    The Wraggle-Taggle Gypsies

  • The saga of the Glass family is stylistically the antithesis of "Catcher" - highly literary, full of rhetorical tropes, narrative devices and asides to the reader - but there is also continuity between them.

    NYT > Home Page

  • Shaun Usher wrote a nifty post about a few unusual air conditioners from around the world – from the high-brow art/AC unit from LG to the Dunstable Wind Catcher, which is based on ancient Persian technology.

    Televox, a Clever Ghetto Camouflage of an Ugly AC Unit

  • I remember my mother, when I was 15, mentioned that I should not read a book called The Catcher in the Rye.

    Archive 2010-02-01

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