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60 Years Later: Catcher in the Rye Social Criticism, Holden Caufield

California, John David

ISBN 10: 9185869546 / ISBN 13: 9789185869541
Published by Windupbird Publishing, 2009
Used Condition: As New Soft cover
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First edition, second state printing. This is the unauthorized fictional examination of the relationship between J. D. Salinger and his most famous character, Holden Caulfield. Only a handful of first edition, first printing copies of this novel exist. Bookseller Inventory # DDR5293

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Title: 60 Years Later: Catcher in the Rye Social ...

Publisher: Windupbird Publishing

Publication Date: 2009

Binding: Soft Cover

Book Condition:As New

Edition: 1st Edition

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A 76-year-old man wakes up in a nursing home in upstate New York. This seemingly normal day brings with it an unnerving compulsion to flee his present situation and embark on a curious journey through the streets of New York City. Powerless to resist these strange new urges, Holden Caulfield, like a decrepit marionette, finds himself in the midst of bizarre and occasionally depraved escapades. Is senility finally closing in or is some higher power controlling the chaos? 60 years after his debut as the great American anti-hero, Holden Caulfield is yanked back onto the page without a goddamn clue why.

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At 76, Mr C. is a man on the edge. Tired of life, the constant disappointments and excruciating boredom, this old man has had enough. From his retirement home, He resolves to seize whatever diginity he has left and end his life in the only place he truly feels at home: Goddam New York City. Armed with a deathwish and an enduring hatred of all things phony, he takes the reader on the ultimate journey: from one life to the next. In his final days the 76-year- old boy still only wants to be the Catcher in the Rye

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