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英文论文《麦田里的守望者》心理创伤与成长焦虑

时间:2019-01-16 20:34来源:英语论文
Psychological Trauma and Growing Anxiety Modernism Interpretation of The Catcher in the Rye英文论文《麦田里的守望者》心理创伤与成长焦虑现代主义解读

Acknowledgments One of the greatest joys during the writing of this thesis is discussing with people who have given not just their time and attention, but their hearts and souls as well. I would like to thank the following people for their dedication and contribution, without which the path to the finishing line would have been a whole lot more bumpy.
My profound gratitude first goes to Mr. Cheng Qinghua, my supervisor, who has generously shared his inspirational and provocative ideas during many of our face-to-face discussion sessions.In the preparation of the thesis, he has spent much time reading through each draft and provided me with inspiring advice. Without his patient instruction, insightful criticism and expert guidance, the completion of this thesis would not have been possible.32836
Secondly, High tribute shall be paid to Ms. YuanBing, whose profound knowledge of English triggers my love for this beautiful language and whose earnest attitude tells me how to learn English.  I also owe a special debt of gratitude to all the teachers in Foreign Languages Department, from whose devoted teaching and enlightening lectures I have benefited a lot and academically prepared for the thesis.
Last, my thanks would go to my beloved family for their loving considerations and great confidence in me all through these years. I also owe my sincere gratitude to my friends and my fellow classmates who gave me their help and time in listening to me and helping me work out my problems during the difficult course of the thesis.
Abstract
The Catcher in the Rye is a great novel by Salinger, one of the famous American writers. It tells a story of a student named Holden who was expelled from school and wondered around in New York for nearly three days, vividly reflects the American young generation’s psychological anxiety and struggle after World War II. The Catcher in the Rye describes the experience of the hero who wandered around New York in one day and two nights, and illustrates the material life is very superior in modern American society with all sorts of subtle relationships. The novel also describes the protagonist who was in emotional distress, psychological trauma and loneliness of life, and people was in the interact of contradictions and conflicts. Holden is not only the speaker of his time, but also a pitiful victim of the social alienation. Since the book had been published in 1951, it has been the focus point of debate and became a popular work around young readers.

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By reading The Catcher in the Rye, and analyzing the procession of Holden’s fighting to hypocrisy, pursuing for beauty and being obedient to social reality, we would understand American young generation’s loneliness, confusion and pain after World War II, and get deep understanding for Salinger’s critique of the social reality at his time.
The paper falls into six parts. The first part serves as an introduction, the second part aims at analyzing Holden’s living environment, the third part mainly analyzes the hero’s struggle of self-esteem, pursuit love and the ideality, the fourth part aims to analyze the background of social reality, the fifth part functions as a conclusion.
Key Words: modernism, growing anxiety, psychological trauma
摘要《麦田里的守望者》是一部经典之作其作者更是美国著名作家之一,小说通过描绘一名因成绩不佳而被学校开除的学生在纽约的游荡生活,生动反映了二战后美国青年一代心理上的焦虑与挣扎。该小说通过描述主人公一天两夜游荡纽约的经历,反映了物质生活十分优越的现代美国社会中各种微妙的人际关系,揭示了主人公在精神上的压抑,心理上的挫伤与生活中的孤独,以及人们在相互交往中所产生的矛盾和冲突。霍尔顿既是这异化社会的代言人,同时又是这异化社会的牺牲品。该书自1951年发表以来就一直是评论界讨论的焦点,同时更成为广大青年读者追捧的对象。 英文论文《麦田里的守望者》心理创伤与成长焦虑:http://www.lwfree.cn/yingyu/20190116/29613.html
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