The following themes, “a heaven believer atheist” and “innocent youth” from “The Catcher of the Rye”, “religion versus faith” and “power causes corruption” from “A Man for All Seasons”, “corruption of innocence” and “innocence of youth” from “To Kill a Mockingbird”, “sex and rape” and “nature of man” from “Catch-22”, “casual violence” and “personal transformation” from “A Clockwork Orange”, and “sexual violence” and “personal transformation” from “Disgrace”, are the central ideas that are expressed as subject matter (themes that are universally expressed). In the following paragraphs the above mentioned themes from the set of works are similar to one another and will be compared to each other.
“A heaven believer atheist” and “religion versus faith” both contain “religion”, but “The Catcher in the Rye” focuses more on a boy who believes in heaven, but takes things too seriously, looks…show more content… The children will come from different religions (Christians, Atheists, etc.), and I as a teacher will have to be prepared not to be offensive towards other religions, even though I am a Christian. I will have the opportunity to learn other religions’ ways. Children are also innocent and scared to become adults. I as a teacher will have to prepare them to grow up, to accept life and face challenges that will come their way. Children are also unique, and because of their uniqueness, anxiety and alienation might occur for outsiders will exist. I as a teacher will have to promote friendship amongst the children to prevent children from experiencing distant emotions. As a result, “The Catcher in the Rye” will be significant in my future career and life where children are involved for I will have the opportunities to have a positive influence on their