Initially, I had only planned on skimming a few pages, but the first line hooked me. Before long, I was finishing the last page. Photo by Nawal Al-Mashouq Creative Commons Great first lines have that power, the power to entice your reader enough that it would be unthinkable to set the book down. How, then, do you write the perfect first line?
Wednesday, June 10, Catcher in the Rye Study Guide Answers Our English teacher downloaded this study guide off the web years ago, sadly after countless searches I still haven't found the answers to this guide.
So I answered them and here they are. Keep in mind though, I never actually read the book.
So if you find any errors, comment, and I will fix it. Take these answers as you want, right or wrong I have no idea, I only ask that people from this year use them as a reference and change up the answers rather than copy paste the whole bit. Holden is the narrator of the entire story and he promises to tell the story of his crazy Christmas 2.
Pencey Prep is the school Holden attends. Holden is leaving because he failed all his classes but one, he feels passive. Spencer is his history teacher and Holden visits him because he is a nice guy 2.
Holden describes himself as an average guy? Catcher and rye vocab reads the essay because it is a failure of an essay, a joke. Holden is not happy by having the essay read aloud to him.
Whooton and Elkton Hills are old schools, which Holden left because they stunk too. Holden bought a red hat in New York 2.
Holden seems to not really like him and I do not blame him. The kid is a punk. Stradlater is his roommate, a beefy conceited ladies man. Stradlater asks Holden to write an essay for him 2.
Jane was an old neighbor of Holden and he liked her. Holden is upset that Stradlater is dating her. Holden goes to Agerstown to see a movie. Ends up back at his room writing that essay. After failing to write on such a simple essay topic, Holden writes about a baseball glove his brother used to write poems upon in green ink.
He was a rather intelligent and innocent child. Allie died several years before; he would be 2 years younger than Holden, which puts him at 14, compared to Holden at Understandably he is annoyed. Holden sensing this irritation tears up the essay which initiates tension only magnified when Holden tries to leak out info about the date.
Ending in a fight and Holden getting his face beat in. He calls Ackley these names because he actually listens but then becomes annoyed and Holden becomes upset. He plans to go to New York. An attractive older woman who ends up being a mother of his classmate 2.
Sentence: After getting stabbed, the victim began to hemorrhage, and the uncontrollable loss of blood led to him falling unconscious. Catcher in the Rye, Catcher in the Rye vocabulary - a free resource used in over 24, schools to enhance vocabulary mastery & written/verbal skills with Latin & Greek roots. "The Catcher in the Rye" by J.D. Salinger, Chapters March 12, By regardbouddhiste.com (NY) In J.D. Salinger's classic novel, Holden Caulfield leaves his prep school and experiences disillusionment and alienation while wandering around New York City.
Holden lies to her and tells her how popular her son is. He does this to make her feel better.
Holden uses the excuse that he has a brain tumor operation in New York Chapter 9 1. DB, Phoebe, Jane, Sally. Holden attempts to strike up a conversation with a taxi driver and fails. Holden sees a couple with a strange fetish involving cross dressing and spitting their drinks into each others face.
Holden is aroused by the odd couple and wants sex now.About This Quiz & Worksheet. J.D. Salinger's Catcher in the Rye is the story of a teenage boy in the s, and the vocabulary used expresses Holden Caulfield's age, education, and psychology. Catcher in the Rye, Catcher in the Rye vocabulary - a free resource used in over 24, schools to enhance vocabulary mastery & written/verbal skills with Latin & Greek roots.
Sentence: After getting stabbed, the victim began to hemorrhage, and the uncontrollable loss of blood led to him falling unconscious. An offer to transfer some rights to an item or to provide a service — for example, an offer to sell tickets to an event, to rent the DVD of a movie, to stream a TV show over the internet, to .
It's hard to get excited about a vocabulary book, but this is the best I've worked with in 40 years of teaching English. The emphasis on word roots and affixes (if one must study vocabulary separately from literature) cover more language than simply memorizing lists of words. Catcher In the Rye Vocab.
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