Annotated Bibliography On Copperfield

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Setoodeh, Ramin. "Salinger and Hollywood were 'Rye' Correspondents." Variety(Los Angeles)
321 (2013): 22. Proquest Learning Literature. Web. 13 May 2016. This article talks about how Copperfield and Caulfield are technically the same person because they follow some of the same phonological pattering. The author conclude “that "Caulfield" came out of "Copperfield," and was chosen to remind us of it; that is to say, not to make us dismiss "that David Copperfield kind of crap” (220) The author tied together that “The Caul component of the surname "Caulfield" looks back to the opening of David Copperfield, to David's half-humorous account of his birth, to his being born "with a caul.”(220) Setoodeh in this article took the last names of the people and explained further and what the behind meaning is.
ERNEST HEMINGWAY ON J.D. SALINGER." The Hemingway Review(Moscow) 30 (2011): 88. Proquest Learning Literature. Web. 16 May 2016. This article
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Alienation, Bloom's Literary Themes. New York: Chelsea House, 2009. Bloom's Literature. Facts On File, Inc. Web. 17 May 2016. Throughout this article it talks about how alienation is the major theme in this book.Holden “Unable to summon any enthusiasm for his studies or to build real friendships with his schoolmates, he looks on the world with premature cynicism…” (1) In the article this stuck out “In his restlessness, discontent, and alienation, Holden is the archetype of the disaffected teenager, the surly, rebellious youth (usually male) who rejects the values and pretensions of "adult" society without having formed any coherent or articulate set of superior values or a more successful plan for a satisfying life.” (1) Holden is separate from many things in his life for example, his teachers and classmates. He is isolated and that is what the book builds up on and he lacks being able to maintain relationships with
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