The Catcher in the Rye

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出版社: Little Brown & Co
ISBN: 9780316769532
定价: 242.50
装帧: 精装
开本: 其他
纸张: 其他
页数: 288页
正文语种: 英语
  • AnyonewhohasreadJ.D.Salinger'sNewYorkerstories?particularlyAPerfectDayforBananafish,UncleWiggilyinConnecticut,TheLaughingMan,andForEsme?WithLoveandSqualor,willnotbesurprisedbythefactthathisfirstnovelisfullyofchildren.Thehero-narratorofTHECATCHERINTHERYEisanancientchildofsixteen,anativeNewYorkernamedHoldenCaulfield.Throughcircumstancesthattendtoprecludeadult,secondhanddescription,heleaveshisprepschoolinPennsylvaniaandgoesundergroundinNewYorkCityforthreedays.Theboyhimselfisatoncetoosimpleandtoocomplexforustomakeanyfinalcommentabouthimorhisstory.PerhapsthesafestthingwecansayaboutHoldenisthathewasbornintheworldnotjuststronglyattractedtobeautybut,almost,hopelesslyimpaledonit.Therearemanyvoicesinthisnovel:children'svoices,adultvoices,undergroundvoices-butHolden'svoiceisthemosteloquentofall.Transcendinghisownvernacular,yetremainingmarvelouslyfaithfultoit,heissuesaperfectlyarticulatedcryofmixedpainandpleasure.However,likemostloversandclownsandpoetsofthehigherorders,hekeepsmostofthepainto,andfor,himself.Thepleasurehegivesaway,orsetsaside,withallhisheart.Itisthereforthereaderwhocanhandleittokeep.Salinger'sclassiccoming-of-agestoryportraysoneyoungman'sfunnyandpoignantexperienceswithlife,love,andsex. JDSalingerwasbornin1919.HegrewupinNewYorkCity,andwroteshortstoriesfromanearlyage,buthisbreakthroughcamein1948withthepublicationinTheNewYorkerof'APerfectDayforBananafish'.TheCatcherintheRyewashisfirstandonlynovel,publishedin1951.Itremainsoneofthemosttranslated,taughtandreprintedtexts,andhassoldsome65millioncopies.Itwasfollowedbythreeotherbooksofshortstoriesandnovellas,themostrecentofwhichwaspublishedin1963.HelivesinCornish,NewHampshire.--ThistextreferstoanalternateHardcoveredition. Introduction     7
    Biographical Sketch     9
    The Story Behind the Story     16
    List of Characters     21
    Summary and Analysis     25
    Critical Views     43
    Carl F. Strauch on The Complexity of Holden's Character     43
    Robert M. Slabey on Christian Themes and Symbols     47
    Jonathan Baumbach on Spirituality     50
    John M. Howell on T.S. Eliot's Influence     54
    Warren French on Holden's Search for Tranquility     60
    Duane Edwards on Holden as the Unreliable Narrator     64
    Gerald Rosen on the Relevance of Buddhism     69
    Edwin Haviland Miller on Mourning Allie Caulfield     74
    Christopher Brookeman on Cultural Codes at Pencey Prep     78
    Sanford Pinsker on the Protagonist-Narrator     82
    Paul Alexander on Inventing Holden Caulfield     86
    Pamela Hunt Steinle on Holden as a Version of the American Adam     89
    Matt Evertson on Holden Caulfield's Longing to Construct a New Home     94
    Yasuhiro Takeuchi on the Carnivalesque     99
    Works by J.D. Salinger     106
    Annotated Bibliography     107
    Contributors     117
    Acknowledgments     120
    Index     123
  • 内容简介:
    AnyonewhohasreadJ.D.Salinger'sNewYorkerstories?particularlyAPerfectDayforBananafish,UncleWiggilyinConnecticut,TheLaughingMan,andForEsme?WithLoveandSqualor,willnotbesurprisedbythefactthathisfirstnovelisfullyofchildren.Thehero-narratorofTHECATCHERINTHERYEisanancientchildofsixteen,anativeNewYorkernamedHoldenCaulfield.Throughcircumstancesthattendtoprecludeadult,secondhanddescription,heleaveshisprepschoolinPennsylvaniaandgoesundergroundinNewYorkCityforthreedays.Theboyhimselfisatoncetoosimpleandtoocomplexforustomakeanyfinalcommentabouthimorhisstory.PerhapsthesafestthingwecansayaboutHoldenisthathewasbornintheworldnotjuststronglyattractedtobeautybut,almost,hopelesslyimpaledonit.Therearemanyvoicesinthisnovel:children'svoices,adultvoices,undergroundvoices-butHolden'svoiceisthemosteloquentofall.Transcendinghisownvernacular,yetremainingmarvelouslyfaithfultoit,heissuesaperfectlyarticulatedcryofmixedpainandpleasure.However,likemostloversandclownsandpoetsofthehigherorders,hekeepsmostofthepainto,andfor,himself.Thepleasurehegivesaway,orsetsaside,withallhisheart.Itisthereforthereaderwhocanhandleittokeep.Salinger'sclassiccoming-of-agestoryportraysoneyoungman'sfunnyandpoignantexperienceswithlife,love,andsex.
  • 作者简介:
    JDSalingerwasbornin1919.HegrewupinNewYorkCity,andwroteshortstoriesfromanearlyage,buthisbreakthroughcamein1948withthepublicationinTheNewYorkerof'APerfectDayforBananafish'.TheCatcherintheRyewashisfirstandonlynovel,publishedin1951.Itremainsoneofthemosttranslated,taughtandreprintedtexts,andhassoldsome65millioncopies.Itwasfollowedbythreeotherbooksofshortstoriesandnovellas,themostrecentofwhichwaspublishedin1963.HelivesinCornish,NewHampshire.--ThistextreferstoanalternateHardcoveredition.
  • 目录:
    Introduction     7
    Biographical Sketch     9
    The Story Behind the Story     16
    List of Characters     21
    Summary and Analysis     25
    Critical Views     43
    Carl F. Strauch on The Complexity of Holden's Character     43
    Robert M. Slabey on Christian Themes and Symbols     47
    Jonathan Baumbach on Spirituality     50
    John M. Howell on T.S. Eliot's Influence     54
    Warren French on Holden's Search for Tranquility     60
    Duane Edwards on Holden as the Unreliable Narrator     64
    Gerald Rosen on the Relevance of Buddhism     69
    Edwin Haviland Miller on Mourning Allie Caulfield     74
    Christopher Brookeman on Cultural Codes at Pencey Prep     78
    Sanford Pinsker on the Protagonist-Narrator     82
    Paul Alexander on Inventing Holden Caulfield     86
    Pamela Hunt Steinle on Holden as a Version of the American Adam     89
    Matt Evertson on Holden Caulfield's Longing to Construct a New Home     94
    Yasuhiro Takeuchi on the Carnivalesque     99
    Works by J.D. Salinger     106
    Annotated Bibliography     107
    Contributors     117
    Acknowledgments     120
    Index     123
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