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Chocolicious
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Kann mir den Text jemand auf Grammatikfehler korriegieren..

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Jerome David Salinger was born at January 1, 1919 in New York City.
Salinger published thirty-five short stories. The most notable stories are “A Perfect Day for Bananafish” “For Esmé With Love and Squalor”, “The Sandwich Has No Mayonnaise” and “I’m Crazy” from which he took the characteristics for his only novel “The Catcher in the Rye” which was published in 1951.
All his stories deal with the rebellious behaviour of the youth and their personal problems.

The main Character of the novel is Holden Caulfield, the story is told of his point of view. He is very sarcastic but also depressed. Holden rejects the adult world, because he thinks that adults are phonies, which is a hypernym for hypocrisy, superficiality, pretension, cruelness and so on. Holden has a younger sister Phoebe, who he wants to protect from that phony world, an older brother D.B., who is a screenplay writer in Hollywood, and a younger brother, Allie who died years ago of leukaemia

The Story of the Catcher in the Rye begins in 1950 in California, where Holden Caulfield, is undergoing therapy in a mental hospital or sanatorium. That is not very clear.
The story flashes back to a Saturday in December 1949 when Holden was a 16-year-old junior at Pencey Prep in Agerstown (a fictional town) in southeastern Pennsylvania. He has just flunked out of the boarding school after failing four of his five courses. He was already kicked out of two other schools before. He has not yet told this his parents and does not plan it.
After Holden started a fight with Stradalter, his roommate, because Stradalter dates his ex-girlfriend Jane Gallagher, Holden decides to leave Pencey Pen. He catches a train to New York City where he plans to stay in a hotel until Wednesday, when his parents except him to return home for Christmas vacation. The next morning in New York City, he calls Sally Hayes, an attractive girl, whom he has dated in the past. They arrange to meet, and during that meeting, he tries to convince Sally of running away with him. Of course, she refuses to leave with him. Subsequently he starts to insult her and calls her for example a “pain in the ass”. In addition, she leaves. After that, he is very depressed and drinks a lot of alcohol.
Quite drunk, he decides to sneak secretly into his own home to see his sister Phoebe and talk with her. He tells her that the only thing he would like to be is “the catcher in the rye.” That is a person who catches little children as they are about to fall off a cliff while playing in a field of rye. That is the main metaphor in this book. The fall off the cliff from what he wants to protect the children, is a symbol of growing-up. He wants to save the innocence of children and protect them from the phonies and from becoming a phony.
Monday Morning, Holden plans to say good-bye to his sister Phoebe and head to the West where he wants to simulate being deaf-mute, so that he is not forced to speak with any body. Phoebe insists to come with him. At first, he is very angry but then he becomes indescribable happy while watching his sister riding a carrousel, because it reminds him of a peaceful childhood. Finally, he decides to stay and accepts that he cannot save anybody and that everybody has to go his own way and fledge.
At least, Holden says he does not want to tell the reader how he went home and get “sick”. That is where the story returns to the presence and ends.

The novel caused many discussions and it was one of the most censored books on High Schools.
The opponents criticize the vulgar language of the book. The Catcher in the rye contains 255 times “goddamn” and 44 “:censored:” and also because of sexual references, promotion of drinking, smoking and blasphemy. [The fact, that a few murderers like Mark David Chapman or the serial killer Charles Manson identify theirselves with the Catcher in the Rye also worries some people.]



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Re: Kann mir den Text jemand auf Grammatikfehler korriegiere

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korrigieren, nicht korriegieren :).
Chocolicious hat geschrieben:
Jerome David Salinger was born on January 1, 1919 in New York City.
Salinger published thirty-five short stories. The most notable stories are “A Perfect Day for Bananafish” “For Esmé With Love and Squalor”, “The Sandwich Has No Mayonnaise” and “I’m Crazy” from which he took the characteristics for his only novel “The Catcher in the Rye” which was published in 1951.
All his stories deal with the rebellious behaviour of the youth and their personal problems.

The main Character of the novel is Holden Caulfield, the story is told from his point of view. He is very sarcastic but also depressed. Holden rejects the adult world, because he thinks that adults are phonies, which is a hypernym for hypocrisy, superficiality, pretension, cruelness and so on. Holden has a younger sister Phoebe, who he wants to protect from that phony world, an older brother D.B., who is a screenplay writer in Hollywood, and a younger brother, Allie who died years ago of leukaemia years ago.

The story of the Catcher in the Rye begins in 1950 in California, where Holden Caulfield, is undergoing therapy in a mental hospital or sanatorium. That is not very clear.
The story flashes back to a Saturday in December 1949 when Holden was a 16-year-old junior at Pencey Prep in Agerstown (a fictional town) in southeastern Pennsylvania. He has just flunked out of the boarding school after failing four of his five courses. He has already been kicked out of two other schools before. He has not yet told this his parents and does not plan to do so.
After Holden started a fight with Stradalter, his room mate, because Stradalter dates his ex-girlfriend Jane Gallagher, Holden decides to leave Pencey Pen. He catches a train to New York City where he plans to stay in a hotel until Wednesday, when his parents except him to return home for Christmas vacation without him. The next morning in New York City, he calls Sally Hayes, an attractive girl, whom he has dated in the past. They arrange to meet, and during that meeting, he tries to convince Sally of running away with him. Of course, she refuses to leave with him. Subsequently he starts to insult her and calls her for example a “pain in the ass”. In addition, She leaves. After that, he is very depressed and drinks a lot of alcohol.
Quite drunk, he decides to sneak secretly into his own home to see his sister Phoebe and talk with her. He tells her that the only thing he would like to be is “the catcher in the rye.” That is a person who catches little children as they are about to fall off a cliff while playing in a field of rye. That is the main metaphor in this book. The fall off the cliff from what he wants to protect the children, is a symbol of growing-up. He wants to save the innocence of children and protect them from the phonies and from becoming a phony.
Monday morning, Holden plans to say good-bye to his sister Phoebe and head to the West where he wants to simulate being deaf-mute, so that he is not forced to speak with any body. Phoebe insists to come with him. At first, he is very angry but then he becomes indescribably happy while watching his sister riding a carrousel, because it reminds him of a peaceful childhood. Finally, he decides to stay and accepts that he cannot save anybody and that everybody has to go his own way and fledge.
At least, Holden says he does not want to tell the reader how he went home and got “sick”. That is where the story returns to the presence and ends.

The novel caused many discussions and it was one of the most censored books in High Schools.
The opponents criticize the vulgar language of the book. The Catcher in the Rye contains 255 times “goddamn” 255 times and 44 “:censored:” and also because of sexual references, promotion of drinking, smoking and blasphemy. [The fact, that a few murderers like Mark David Chapman or the serial killer Charles Manson identify theirselves with the Catcher in the Rye also worries some people.]
Ist zwar ein Weilchen her, dass ich das Buch gelesen habe, aber was ich noch wusste, habe ich in deiner Beschreibung wieder gefunden und auch verstanden! Gut gemacht! :)
Bitte keine Korrektur- / Erklärungsanfragen per PN.
British English (BE) Sprecher.

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danke==) wirklich nett von dir

ja, korrigieren, ich bin heut echt neben der Spur *-*

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