I wrote this review about a non-existent book called THE CATCHER IN THE RYE AT MoMA, featuring a number of fictitious works of art relating to Salinger's novel. Students are supposed to enjoy it and possibly create their own pictures relating to the CATCHER. I quote from my introduction:
"The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) is an art museum located in midtown Manhattan in New York City. In 2001 James Castle, one of the chief curators, created the so-called Catcher Gallery, featuring 257 exhibits related to The Catcher in the Rye, the famous novel by J.D. Salinger.
In 2006, much to the surprise of everyone, Castle was actually persuaded by Salinger himself to publish the present book in which 187 of the 257 exhibits are introduced and commented on.
Although it is well-nigh impossible I have tried hard to select five pieces of art from the book which might give the reader some idea of the vast range of Catcher exhibits found at MoMA."
NOTE: This fictitious review is taken from my book FABULOUS BOOKS LOOKING FOR AN AUTHOR: 44 REVIEWS OF NON-EXISTENT BOOKS which can also be purchased here at TPT.