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Journeys Essay, Catcher in the Rye and Walter Mitty

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A concise essay on the relationship of the prescribed text, 'Catcher in the Rye' and related text, 'Walter Mitty' in demonstrating multi-dimensional aspects of journeys.

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The concept that journeys can be multi-faceted is explored through a range of techniques in different texts to portray that Journeys involve physical, inner and imaginative aspects and a stage of self-development. Throughout countless amounts of literary techniques in ‘The catcher in the Rye’, a 1951 bildungsroman novel authored by J.D. Salinger, the audience follows the protagonist—Holden Caulfield, in both his physical and inner journeys that are embodied with encumbering challenges and speculative experiences. At the time of publication, a teenager expressing his innermost concerns was considered eccentric, including their inability to transition into adulthood as Holden experie...
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