Adoption of “Outsider” Perspectives in American Literature

When looking at different novels, readers tend to look at the perspectives adopted and portrayed by the authors in their works. In the two stories, Their Eyes Were Watching God and Catcher in the Rye, the authors adopt “outsider” perspectives, as can be seen in their narrative development. Over the years these two novels have … Continue reading Adoption of “Outsider” Perspectives in American Literature