During my childhood, most of the books by Enid Blyton, i loved the smartest rabbit. And Roald Dahl, Charles Dickens.
When i was a teenager, i discover the russian litterary and Dostoievski was my master with “The Idiot” and “Crime and Punishement”. And Soljenitsyne, Evguenia Guinsburg, and Kafka. Later, i read the american litterary and my first was Hubert Selby Jr., “The Demon”. And my favourite is “The Confederancy of Dunces” by Jonh Kennedy Toole, an amazing book about an amazing character, a “jusqu’auboutiste” guy who lived in NA.
I don’t know why i didn’t love “Catcher inThe Rye” but i will read it over.