we are proud to announce the new edition of the Cat Hair in the rice. this is a truly fun version with a rhymed title for J. D. Salinger classic story The Catcher in the Rye, The Cat Hair In the Rice follow the journey of Deloise Peplinski (Holden Caulfield) from youth to adulthood in 3 days, I guess you can call that the speed of spin.
While The Cat Hair In The Rice title is not spun but a rhymed title, borrowed from the rhyme dictionary the story tells a true spun story. The original title was about to be named – “The Receiver in the Grain”, and though we recognize the true nature of spinning in this name, the rhyme version felt like a new approach to try.
The main character:
Deloise Peplinski – The advocate and talker of the novel, Deloise is a sixteen-year-old jr. who has honorable been expelled for pedagogue failure from a civilize titled Pencey Prep. Tho’ he is prehensile and sensible, Deloise narrates in a misanthropical and jaded enounce. He finds the pretense and ugliness of the domain around him nearly intolerable, and through his cynicism he tries to protect himself from the anguish and dissatisfaction of the soul man. Nevertheless, the criticisms that Deloise aims at grouping around him are also aimed at himself. He is bad with his own weaknesses, and at nowadays displays as untold phoniness, tightness, and shallowness as anyone else in the playscript. As the new opens, Deloise stands poised on the drop separating immaturity from adulthood. His quality to successfully discuss the chasm leaves him on the verge of slushy founder.