Book Review The Catcher In The Rye

The Catcher In The Rye. Classic Literature It Ain’tTed Obvious over on Stirring Trouble Internationally is exploring New York again and one book that seems to pop up over on Amazon is listed below, the reason for this is unknown but the reaction to the book is explained perfectly well.

New biography of the controversial late author J.D.Salinger who wrote a series of novellas, controversial commonly for the Penguin classic book “The Catcher In The Rye” which was his first book published in 1951.

This book is constantly revived by other authors for example thirteen years ago a glossary is provided for sales and academic purposes by a handful or wanna be authors. They provide a syllabus for educational purposes, publish and sell as an ebook then go on to make their own book in the hope that the book will sell. This is called piggybacking of other authors and has been going on since oh I do not know about 1995. Stanley P. Baldwin is one such author of the The Catcher in the Rye (Cliffs Notes), who chose the syllabus American English and labelled the book as Education. The violence of Educational: English literature is mainstream and prominent thanks to the introduction of these Literary studies: fiction. Cherry picking novelists and prose writers during this time has created a disturbing decline in the funding of Literary studies.

The outcast of runaway teenagers in literature is created by creating study guides like this and assume the fact that the pupil is in the classroom they will want to read this sort of thing. Over the years it was inevitable that this sort of thing would reflect badly on the department and when cutbacks came in these areas were the first to be singled out.

The classic, The Catcher In The Rye is about two characters Holden Caulfield and Phoebe, its broke up into sections like his previous book of novellas. Teenage boys in literature is popular however the the subject of runaway teenagers in literature in school textbooks and these sorts of study guides are studied at higher levels of Literature Humanities because they make apparently such engaging study aids and study guides. This is completely backwards, why choose controversial violent books to study. Well anyone who has studied Shakespeare in a classroom will be able to tell you why, done correctly you can get the attention of anyone in a group to read anything and make it seem exciting.

The Great Gatsby (1926 film)

The trouble is from the outside looking in you cannot help ask the question why. So why do I mention this? Well I think it is important to study the effects and talk about that rather than go into more detail about book, I am sure you have at some point been curious to read this book, this post is not about creating curiosity because there are much better books out there that have not been studied by heaps of brainwashed people. The Great Gatsby by F.Scott Fitzgerald is another book from an author who lived and perhaps drew inspiration from Englands English aristocratic United States city living in America particularly the New York Bay area, to the other side of America in Hollywood California which creates a polarised perspective of America’s diverse origin.

English: Robert Burns statue by G.A. Lawson in...

Robert Burns (1759-1796) the poet has some great quotes about books like these which you can read all about over on Stirring Trouble Internationally. Robert Burns,The Complete Poems and Songs of Robert Burns, Waverley Books Ltd, Poetry by individual poets,Burns, Robert, ,European – English, Irish, Scottish, Welsh,Poetry,Poetry / European / English, Irish, Scottish, Welsh,Poetry Texts & Poetry Anthologies,Poetry, Drama and criticism of poetry. Drama is another popular topic that can be learned from humanities and criticism of Scotland and Scottish Poetry and Songs although interesting to fans of the Scots is not as important as other Texts.

You can read this book whilst on your PC or Mac, iphone kindle device or android app or if you are more traditional and insist on reading in a classroom you might want to decide between reading in hardback or more economically a paperback version is available.

Bob Dylan Portrait by T.HO 2004

Bob Dylan the poet and musician was a big fan of books like this because he liked rebels and could relate with feeling different and being alienated. The best way to get your book trending is have it reviewed by The Financial Times, The Scotsman, The Sunday Express and The Mail On Sunday. Mainstream Publishing, biography: arts and entertainment, individual composers and musicians, specific bands and Groups, music, rock and Pop Music. These are all really popular choices for a biography and or an autobiography especially in the Entertainment and Performing Arts section. By reading a new biography especially in such a broad category as the arts; music genres or examining styles and reading pop vocal musicology you will be able to talk about why the song in a group is so popular. Being able to navigate around the genres and styles of for example rock music by an individual composer you get a better profile of the musician. The same thing applies to the author of a book. You can read the full critique of the book over on Stirring Trouble Internationally.

Helpful book reviews of The Catcher In The Rye

  1. The Catcher In The Rye? Classic It Ain’t (
  2. ‘Salinger’ Hits Bestseller List And ‘Catcher In The Rye’ Gets Second Wind (
  3. If Holden Caulfield Spoke Russian (
  4. “The catcher in the rye… that’s all I really want to be…” (

Foreigner Juke Box Hero

Live at Shepard’s Bush Empire. Music video by Foreigner performing Juke Box Hero. (C) 2011 Trigger Productions, Inc. Under exclusive license to Razor & Tie Recordings, LLC.


Pop Music Industry Baby


Ben Delicious reports from London: Here’s something for the British pop music industry comes together for the Brit Awards. This is a satirical entry about the use of the word baby like we I use in the title to improve modern day lyrics post 2014 songs.

At the Brit awards expect to hear music from Rappers, Motown and lots of new pop music. The question for many fans of music is this and Ben touches on this too will they be as good as Marvin Gaye and can the music industry deliver the goods this year to get everyone excited again about the pop industry?

Everly Brothers 4

The Everly Brother And Other Music Legends

This slideshow requires JavaScript.

Dan Majestic is in New York reporting about the death of Phil Everly who was one of the Everly Brothers, he died this week and everyone is talking about it. 

Don hid brother is in shock after hearing the news, find out how Ritalin  can help in situations like these.

Find out more about the music industry and how it all works. Find out more about the Everly Brothers and other popular British bands like The Beatles who also influenced a lot of people and perhaps why the world is the way it is these days.

If you like the Beach Boys then you should definitely check out the Everly Brothers they influenced a lot of musicians back in the days, its a shame that one of the brothers has passed away.

Again if you like Simon and Garfunkel with songs like a Bridge Over Troubled Water then I am sure you will really like this too.

The thing about pop music is quite possibly things would not be the way they are now had it not been for the Everly Brothers tunes.



Political Satire Is Dead

In todays post we explore the notion about political satire and ask the question is political satire dead? R.F.Wilson is in London exploring political satire, President Obama’s uncle and life living in America. Read more humour about illegal immigrants, gun culture and the printing press with another batch of money.

Find out what is funny about President Obama and the Nobel Peace Prize in response to the timing and nature of peaceful.

mocking bill clinton

The comedy crowd Ronald Reagan and Ed Miliband  The Thick Of It, and Labour political objections. Actor Peter Capaldi played The Thick Of It’s foul-mouthed spin doctor Malcolm Tucker, inspired by Alastair Campbell, a former aide in Tony Blair’s government.

tony blair comedy

US, UK and Saturday Night Live HIGNFY and other stuff that makes a point about whether political satire is dead or not.

Taras Shevchenko
The Abbott government refused to bring a proposed ban on political pictures of politicians and mixing their pictures with animals and insects. The message sent serious ripples out to reporters, photographers covering stories in mainstream newspapers in their satirical stories. Anything proposed as counter culture challenging political expressionism art.

News in the US has picked up on the story of political satire is dead by asking the question can nine year olds offend teachers through the use of words. These stories come and go and the satirising of these stories from  places like The National Report come into contention about simply fly by plans to go viral online. One video for example created a fake story about people in India hurting people.

The art of satire Ukrainian poet Taras Schevchenkob (1814, Moryntsi) declared his independence from the USSR, which helped create change in 1991.

Armando Iannucci a well known political satirist in the image below shows him receiving his Order of the British Empire medal at Buckingham Palace earlier this year.

ian nucciArmando Iannucci helps out with a popular show that does political satire challenging the notion that ‘political satire is dead’ the show is broadcast in the USA HBO political satire Veep.

Here is a music concert of popular band from UK who paid tribute to the Ukrainian poet.


The War On Drugs Plug Dope On The Box

miley cyrus the war on drugs plug dope on the boxThere it is again, the war on drugs is plugging dope on the box again. The further you look into the fanchise the deeper the plot unfolds, this post is about the latest Miley Cyrus wrecking ball war on drugs campaign.

Adam Lovejoy reports from London about Miley Cyrus and the MTV awards. In today’s article the are some interesting connections made between MTV and the people behind the war on drugs campaigns.

These two binary apposing campaigns have been secretly negotiating behind the scenes. The main thing to understand about today’s article is everyone needs a role model. Who do you aspire to be, when asked this question by a professional the last thing you are going to say is Lady Gaga or Miley Cyrus and the authorities know this stuff.

On one hand you are led to believe celebrities rock and on the other you know not to affiliate yourself with these people because they are openly talking about the use of drugs, getting very drunk and not being an all round role model.

Which brings us on to the next point. The liberalization of the world in conjunction with the connections made between MTV and political campaigns freely based on the back end of these celebrities in the lime light this is something liberal democracies have now created. They have forced themselves in the line of fire of questions about controversial subjects, which no one ever really thought about or even had to consider.

For example the age of sexual consent, putting more pressure on kids to go out and get of with people. By telling them not too, they are unknowingly putting more pressure on kids, which can take them away from studies. You should not have to doubt where your kid is going, and not every girl is swinging on a wrecking ball looking in the mirror wondering whats that all about. The same thing happened in the 80′s with the war no drugs by saying just say no they were creating a leading question of what to say no too and in doing so suggesting an answer which requires a response where before it was never anything worth talking about or considering.

Big Brother and  War On Drugs have been working together with celebrities testing these things seeing what works and what does not work, just saying no is not enough. How would you feel if you came home and found your daughter in you posh house swinging around on a wrecking ball, smashing everything up with a smoke in the mouth. How else do you think the war on drugs plug dope on the box unknowingly? Studying requires a lot of trust, when told to go and study a certain amount of mutual trust is expected and people should be free to study with anyone they please. Send in your blurbs over on Stirring Trouble Internationally #STi perhaps you have experienced some problems around this and have not previously been able to pinpoint what thats all about either, chime in over on Stirring Trouble Internationally. We’re losing the war on drugs.

Phoney Praise That Gets The People In Trouble

rolling stonesTed Obvious reports from London about phoney praise and mediocrity. Take The Rolling Stones, a band that had been an acquired taste in pop for the whole of their career. To listen to some critics and Stones’ fans, it’s one of the best rock groups in history. To be fair to the Stones, pop music generally is hyped up to ridiculous levels. I mean, how stupid do you need to be to fall for all those art critics.

kate and dianaThe same goes for bad writers, unfunny comedians, modernist architects politically correct, bland. Celebs and public figures who get all the praise Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge, Princess Diana a fashion and style icon. FInd out more exciting news about the British monarchy and what they have been talking about. Read more: Of Phoney Praise That Gets The People It’s Directed At In Trouble (

party women

Rock And Pop So Politically Correct

rolling-stones2Rock and pop generally have always been so politically correct.  Ben Delicious reports from London about Madonna in New York and Led Zeppelin and Doors. And how about Charles Darwin  pop musicians and rock bands.

Rock and Roll (Led Zeppelin song)

Stirring Trouble Internationally – Humorous Comments and Analysis Of News And Current Affairs. Rock and pop generally have always been so politically correct?

Look, The Beatles Were Just A Pop Band, OK?

Pop Songs Stupid Lyrics

baby baby babyBen Delicious reports from London It never ceases to amaze me, the stupidity and shallowness of lyrics in pop song. And by ‘pop’ I mean to pretty much cover all the trends in popular music, from rock to rap and beyond.

It’s as if all those pop stars and semi-stars and acquired taste artists, as I call the most pathetic-sounding bands and solo artists, have conspired to compete with each other in writing the most stupid lyrics. Horny young idiots with hardly any education.

Even though it’s pretty obvious that when you have nothing much to say to the world, you sort of tend to sway into the woods of sexual intercourse, because your hope is that there are enough horny idiots out there who will fall for it.

And then there’s the swearing. These days no self-respecting pop idol would ever dream of releasing an album without the parental guidance sticker on it. It’s like sex scenes in films.  Mainstream in pop to include a few F-words.