Olexiy Chumachenko Chumachenko itibaren Russkoye Pole, Moskovskaya oblast', Rusya
Aykırı değer yaratmak için ideal olarak ihtiyaç duyulan sosyokültürel koşullara dair çok ilginç bir görüştür, ancak bölümler sundukları bilgilerde son derece ilginç olmakla birlikte, kitap tüm teoride birlikte bağlanan güçlü bir Sonuç bölümünün eksikliğinden muzdariptir ( veya daha iyisi, pratik günlük yaşama nasıl uygulanacağını gösterir). Yine de iyi bir okuma.
iran is butifull
I think I might just copy&paste my reflection from my journal even though it's less a review and more a reflection... (midway I said...) So far I’m enjoying it a lot more than I thought I would. First-person narration kind of grits on me sometimes but Salinger just makes Holden come alive so thoroughly that it really really works. I love the style, the matter-of-factness that I’m so attracted to in writing. I love how he often shows without telling (the scene where Holden goes into the phone booth to make a call and realizes he has no one he wants to call comes to mind) and often tells without showing much of anything. Holden’s probably the most honest and self-aware narrator I’ve come across in recent memory and it’s refreshing. I feel like he might have annoyed me if I read this in highschool when most people seem to, but right now he sort of hits the spot. That said, I’m not even halfway yet so we’ll see if I’m still enjoying it when I finish it. (and when I finished:) Finished Catcher in the Rye today. I sort of feel like I may have missed the point. Like, I think it’s a great character study but I feel like if I had been reading it in English, we would have analysed it in some detail and I probably would have got more out of it but probably ended up hating it at the same time. So I suppose I’m glad I finished it and said, ‘hrm. Cool.’ and tossed it in the returns bin and went on with my life. I did enjoy it though. Holden, as a narrator was sort of whiny and pessimistic and I think old Phoebe hit it right on the head when she asked him to tell her something he really liked because there really wasn’t anything. I feel like I know people like that, who aren’t quite sure where they want to be in life because there isn’t something that they’re just mad about. I sometimes feel like I’m crazy about too many things, really.
Amazing book. Made me think about many world events in a different light. Unfortunately I didnt find the narrative to be so page-turning, but then again, I guess it can be hard to read about such cruelty and tragedy. Although it took me a while to get through (id use it as my "in-between books, book"), it was definitely worthwhile.