Catcher In The Rye Banned

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Catcher Essay In the book Catcher in the Rye, Holden is a sixteen year old junior who is expelled for flunking out of his school called Pencey Prep in Agerstown, Pennsylvania. Prency is the fourth school that he has been expelled from. In this book there is a lot of swearing, sex, drugs, and lying. This is understandable why it was banned from schools. Holden’s tone as he tells his story varies between disgust, cynicism, bitterness, and nostalgic longing. All in all this is an amazing book and if it was banned today then why would you do that when all of the stuff in the book is now on tv. It’s like what Lois Griffen says on the opening of the TV show Family Guy “It seems today that all you see in violence in movies and sex

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