The Praises and Criticism of J. Critics have argued the moral issues raised by the book and the context in which it is presented.
See also Contemporary Authors, Vols. First of all, and perhaps less important, Salinger has, in a measure, revived the dormant art of dialect in American fiction. His ear has detected innumerable idiomatic expressions that were simply unrecorded before….
But this achievement is somewhat self-evident. I prefer to justify Salinger on a second basis: The important question in Salinger is why these intelligent, highly sensitive, affectionate beings fight curious, gruelling battles, leaderless and causeless, in a world they never made….
For a reader goes through much the same pattern of relishing both boys: Gwynn and Joseph L. Blotner, in their The Fiction of J. Salinger, University of Pittsburgh Press, Salinger was the spokesman of the Ivy League Rebellion during the early Fifties.
He had come to express, apparently, the values and aspirations of college youth in a way that nobody since Scott Fitzgerald … had done as well. He is interesting to read for this reason, and because he is a leading light in the New Yorker school of writing.
He is probably their ultimate artist. There are many writers, like J. Salinger, who lack strength, but who are competent and interesting. He identifies himself too fussily with the spiritual aches and pains of his characters; in some of his recent stories, notably "Zooey" and "Seymour: An Introduction," he has overextended his line, thinned it out, in an effort to get the fullest possible significance out of his material.
Since then American youth has learned to speak of Salinger and Dostoyevsky in the same breath, and to read them in the same measure, as a recent survey in The Nation claimed. This is all very well…. But we do Salinger ill-service to base his reputation on anything less enduring than his art.
Salinger, of course, has written some of the best fiction of our time.J. D. Salinger’s composition of The Catcher in the Rye served as a turning point for American literature and society. It evoked many strong emotions within readers and critics alike.
Although the book as a whole was largely discussed, the most controversial subject was the main character Holden. Jerome David Salinger was an American writer known for his widely read novel, The Catcher in the Rye.
Following his early success publishing short stories an. Although J.D. Salinger has written many short stories, The Catcher in the Rye is Salinger's only novel and his most notable work, earning him great fame and admiration as a writer and sparking many high school students' interest in great literature.
The protagonist's adventures and concerns about. J. D. Salinger is one of the most controversial writers of [recent] years. Seldom has a writer's work been greeted with such extremes of praise and condemnation.
Aug 06, · LIFE AND PHILOSOPHY OF J.D. SALINGER J.D. Salinger is one of the most renowned writers of his time. J. D. Salinger is most known for his controversial in the Catcher in the Rye. Salinger is also known for many of his writings such as Franney and Zooey, Nine Stories, and Raise High the Roof Beam, Carpenters.
- The Writings of J.D. Salinger Jerome David Salinger, known as J.D., is an American short story writer and novelist. He was born on January 1, and is still alive at the age of J.D. Salinger was born and raised in Manhattan.