I believe that Salinger's Catcher in the Rye is not a very well presented novel, and that it shouldn't be taught in schools. It uses extremely profane language, has no plot or plot development, and has no moral at all. It is about a teenager who is often kicked out of schools, and lives a depressed life, with no meaning or moral. The book has 800 curse words, which is an awful example for children going through school, and is simply not necessary for a novel. I don't believe in shielding a child, but this is just over the top. Throughout the book, even supporters of the book admit that Holden has no moral progression and doesn't actually become a better person. He simply disrespects women, hires prostitutes, does drugs, swears, and drops out of school. This is what many (not all, though) children today are doing. Holden shows no progression in his teenage life, and this book simply is depressing, and does not have any moral.
You know you picked con you idiot. Therefore you believe the catcher in the rye is not morally wrong and should be taught in schools. Why and I debating a half-wit who can't even read. Vin povynen maty krykhitnyy chlen
Haha. My fault. I'll repost this argument. I put it up in a hurry and made a bunch of mistakes. As for the gentleman who accepted this, thank you for so passionately and eloquently revealing my mistake. :) Thanks