He saw now Two men on steaming horses approaching From the direction of the world And taking a little silver flute Out of his pocket he played tune After tune until they came up to him.
I mean girls should smell a certain way-like baby powder, new clothes and perfume.
James also argues that stimuli may not extract the same feelings from different people. It had to be the cheesiest solo I had ever heard. He shook his fist at the sky and called God a bitter name. He took his half-full basket and set it afire, Holding it by the handle until Everything had been burned.
Nothing gold can stay.
She wanted to dance everything. He did not laugh or weep or stamp His heavy feet. This is not only apparent in the passage above, but in the entire novel.
And still he felt no peace. She fell into the long grass And he could not find her Though he searched until his fingers Bled and the full light came. Jean, I swear, smelled like a fruit salad or Old Spice. He set to work at once Lifting them tenderly down Into a straw basket which was fixed By a golden strap to his shoulder.
I would have rather just sat down and ordered another drink and waited for something else but not old Jean. Then he pranced and stamped Them to jelly. All of a sudden I start to imagine myself as the old sailor in the Old Spice commercial. But no answer was made and the giant Got down on his knees before the tree And putting his hands about the trunk Shook Until all the children had fallen Into the grass.
Right out there on the dance floor. I start to think about coming home from the sea and bringing in the duffel and that song. Then leaf subsides to leaf. I mean he was swaying back and forth and he closed his eyes like he was really getting into it and all, but it was the fakest thing you ever heard.
I mean, almost completely died right there. I hate Old Spice. Old Jean was getting into it, though. So Eden sank to grief, So dawn goes down to day. I swear, he must record Muzak for a living or drive a forklift or something.
It was nearly morning when the giant Reached the tree of children. She was humming along and swaying to the song and practically just swaying her own dance out there. Christ, I must be nuts. Only one did he drop - a soft pretty child Whose hair was the color of watered milk.
Although we cannot hear the thoughts of the others, we can assume, from their body language, that they are enjoying it.
Their faces shone like white apples On the cold dark branches And their dresses and little coats Made sodden gestures in the wind. While Holden views the music to be horrible and associates it with nothing but bad feelings, people around him sway to the music.Writing Resources; Draft Workshop Schedule ← The Stream of Consciousness Consciousness and Thought → Stream of Conscious present in The Catcher in the Rye February 13, Written by bt Holden’s internal monologue is the epitome of William James idea of stream of consciousness.
Student Activities for The Catcher in the Rye Include: The Catcher in the Rye Plot Because this novel is very much a stream-of-consciousness narrative, have students include characters’ traits, how Holden feels about them/reacts to them, and a quote for support!
to produce, publish, and update individual or shared writing products. Catcher in the Rye Unit Table of Contents: Catcher in the Rye Activity Page # Introduction to Unit 3 Unit Template with Learning Plan 5 Student Progress Monitoring 8 Academic Vocabulary 10 Pre-assessment 11 Culminating Assessment: Writing an Analytical Essay 14 Differentiation 16 Note that the majority of the lesson plans and activities.
No. You could describe it as an internal monologue, if you like. But it's too traditional to qualify as stream of consciousness. Here's the opening sentence of The Catcher in the Rye: > If you really want to hear about it, the first thing you'll p.
2) Students will be able to identify the stream of consciousness writing style in The Catcher in the Rye and The Sound and the Fury.3) Students will be able to write a piece in the stream of consciousness writing style. The Catcher in the Rye. by J.D. Salinger. Stream of consciousness writing allows an author to create the illusion that the reader is privy to sensations and uncensored thoughts within a character’s mind before the character has .Download