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USING J.D. SALINGER’S THE CATCHER IN THE RYE IN THE CLASSROOM

Argjent Mehmedi, Arburim Iseni, Adelina Hoxhaj

Abstract


There are many works in the world of literature that have dazzled us with their fascinating stories; their specific way of using vocabulary and their magical ability to take us and lead us to an imaginary world where we can experience what the characters of that work are experiencing. Such literary masterpieces make us think deep, while trying to understand them given the context in which they have been written. The Catcher in the Rye is without a doubt one of those books that challenge the way we see the world around us; challenge that which we believe is true and what consider a lie. Therefore, it is no wonder why we have chosen this work so we can analyze it and try to find ways how we can inject it in our classrooms. Yes, it is true that the book has a very specific and “hard” language that many students may find it inappropriate; nevertheless, it represents a unique way of vocabulary usage and a particular style of reflecting human emotions.

Keywords:  The Catcher in the Rye, Salinger, classroom, teaching, learning.


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