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Writing Style We first note Salinger's vividness of description. The reader could care less about the street names or other various paraphernalia, but is given them any way.

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The Catcher in the Rye, like Adventures of Huckleberry Finn before it, is one of few books to feature this language in the narration itself, not just in dialogue. At the time, this was both unusual and important—not just as a new literary style, but also as a way to study the vernacular of a particular time period.

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May 02,  · J.D. Salinger’s focus on dialogue and third person narrative is prevalent in many of his works. Through these two styles of writing, the reader understands the relationships the characters have with each other, and . An author with distinct writing style is J.D. Salinger who displays it well in his well-known novel The Catcher in the Rye. A frenchman once said, "the style is the man himself," where he indicates writing pieces symbolize the author who created it.

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Storytelling: How does one explain the writing style of Salinger? Update Cancel. Answer Wiki. 3 Answers. How can J.D. Salinger's writing style be described? What inspired J.D. Salinger's writing? What is Zoella's writing style? J.D. Salinger: J.D. Salinger, American writer whose novel The Catcher in the Rye () won critical acclaim and devoted admirers, especially among the post-World War II generation of college students. His corpus of published works also consists of short stories that were printed in magazines, including the The.