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Innocence and Trauma in J.D Salinger' s The Catcher in the Rye
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The Catcher in the Rye is a bestselling novel, based on experiences of protagonist' s expulsion from a boarding school and his travel back to his home. He spends his days trying to get someone listen to him in a meaningful way and share his fears about becoming an adult and its accompanying corruption of innocence. However, he is obsessed with and protective of innocence. He tries to reach out to people on several occasions who could comfort him for his fears of growing up: friends, teachers,doi:10.29000/rumelide.981517 fatcat:ihfbm5acibbexdfmz52js2uqiq