The Catcher in the Rye is the only self-narrative, full-length novel written by American writer J. D. Salinger, published in 1951. The protagonist in this book is a 16-year-old high school student Holden, who doesn’t pay attention to fashionable wear, swears like a trooper, and gives everybdoy a rascal down boy impression. The author limited the start-stop of story within 3 days of time from Holden left school to wandering in New York, learned from the writing method with stream of consciousness and unconstrained style, so as to fully explored the inward world of a teenager.
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The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn is a recognized American literature masterpiece (except the last chapters) that provided new pleasure and energy source for the American prose and poetry in 20th century. It was first published in 1884. We can say, all American modern literature was derived from this one book. This is not only because its uniqueness on the language arts – i.e.: the application of colloquial language.
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As the famous English writer E. M. Forster‘s master novel work, A Passage to India was created based on his real experience of two trips in India in the early twentieth century. The book was also known as the last traditional realism classic in the 20th century of Britain. Because it is clear that the traditional English novels is enveloped under the huge shadow of Charles Dickens all the time.
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Paul Britton – long engaged in the clinical research of psychology and the real evidence work of criminal psychology, has an almost mythical status in the crime detection field. The Jigsaw Man was his first-hand narration for some shocking cases he presided over in the past, which also makes this book become a groundbreaking writing on psychological analysis of criminals and judgment reference of criminal cases.
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Robinson Crusoe is a masterpiece first published in 1719 with original name: “The life and strange surprising adventures” (AKA: The Adventures of Robinson Crusoe), written by Daniel Defoe from United Kingdom. In years later this novel was published, it had been translated into many languages and widely circulated around the world, including adapted into movies and TV series many times.
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