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Please use the book, The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao for quotes as sources.

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Please use the book, The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao for quotes as sources. Besides that please follow the prompt:
Here is the prompt:
Although it is much older than Díaz’s novel, J. D. Salinger’s perennial classic, Catcher in the
Rye (1951), is written in a similar tone. Holden Caulfield, the main character, cannot quite fit in,
though he wants to desperately. In this novel of teenage angst and depression, readers gain an
insider’s view of how one young man slips into a deepening frustration and isolation. In his first
book, Drown, Díaz recounts the trials of another young Dominican man growing up in the States.
The character’s emotions and the experiences, though, are not limited by culture: they are made
of the stuff that all young teens face. Díaz has said, in fact, that his own teenage years felt as if he
were drowning. Consider the ways in which The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao moves
beyond these framed spaces and places, geographical or cultural, and presents a more universal
story about growing up.

 

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