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Catch-22 - Joseph Heller Reviews

~He decided to live forever or die in the attempt~

Jul 29, 2010 09:46 AM Read

What is the logic behind action? We get up everyday and do the same mundane, yet necessary activities like spending time in the toilet, breathing, eating and sleeping etc. If a person decides to abandon the aforementioned activi...Read More

!!! THERE'S ONLY ONE CATCH-AND THAT'S CATCH 22 !!!

Jan 05, 2010 06:22 PM Read

Its your perspective with which you start reading this book that assures, what you are going to get out of it; if you read it as just another funny book, well.. there is lot to laugh about, but if you really think a little deep and put yourself in the shoes of these characters facing the heat of...Read More

This one's a masterpiece!

Mar 01, 2016 10:17 AM Read (via Mobile)

I bought a 1970 edition of this book, published by Dell Publishing. First of all, I want to say that this book is for those who think insanity is must in life. Guys who seek spiritualism or something that will help, will find this boo double Dutch. This one is a complicated story of an US Army c...Read More

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Well done! A true story.

Feb 20, 2016 10:49 AM Read (via Mobile)

I purchased this book and red once. To be straightforward with all you tender peruses, I don't much respect War books, nor do I remain by the title of my audit. For the most part, I trust War is genuinely Hell. Be that as it may, the previous Winter, in the holds of an episode of semi despond...Read More

Amazing Stuff

May 05, 2015 09:51 PM Read

Must read for those interested in understanding the intricacies of the human behavior.Yossarian, the central and only sane character in this book, is at the center around which all other characters contrast as insane in same way or another - the human nature is deeply explored in this book. T...Read More

 
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~Nothing can match this craziness – Catch 22 ~

Sep 15, 2009 11:53 AM Read

How often have you used the term “Catch 22” in life? Have you ever thought of the genesis of this term? We can search for the genesis but while trying to interpret the same, we are at a loss. Is it something beyond description? It is something like invoking logic in an illogical manner! Or it...Read More

Take him outside and shoot him

Apr 22, 2006 01:58 AM Read

I first heard of the phrase Catch 22 from a client. He was trying to explain to me the rather oxymoronic predicament we found ourselves in at that moment. So sure enough once had enlightened me on the meaning of the phrase I forgot all about it. But as you might have guessed so far I am a person...Read More

A touching comedy

Dec 28, 2005 05:18 PM Read

'Catch 22' Word History: According to the book, the word ‘Catch 22’ stands for the law that enables the American Defense Bureaucrats ‘the right to have a right to do anything anyone can’t stop them from doing’. After the release of this book, the word ‘C...Read More

Catch 22

Mar 14, 2005 07:27 PM Read

''Catch 22'' is universal and omnipresent. But to simplify - Catch 22 is what we call no way out situation. And to explain it, what better than a funny and fictional plot designed by Joseph Heller. My reading of the book began with a bit of tumbling and grumbling. The initial read was difficu...Read More

I HATE THIS BOOK

Oct 13, 2004 01:43 PM Read

I HATE CATCH 22. I hate it so much that, that if I could, I would buy/snatch/steal all the copies of this book ever published. I would make my bed out of it (it would take around 600-700 paperbacks for it ),my pillow (around 50 paperbacks, I like my pillows high and large ), the rest I would use...Read More

The only catch is all you need

Oct 07, 2004 02:58 PM Read

?It?s written in catch 22 that you cannot see catch 22? The above line is the hallmark of the book. The book reveals the bitterness of the author with the war. The uselessness of war and ironies that war can create. I can?t seem to get over this book. I don?t know how many times I have rea...Read More

War's Absurdity Illustrated

Aug 30, 2004 11:29 PM Read

The phrase ?Catch-22? didn?t exist until this book coined it in 1961. The author, Joseph Heller inadvertently added it to the English language when he used it to describe an American regulation governing pilot?s required number of combat missions. The rule was this: Pilots could only be groun...Read More

What a catch!

Jun 03, 2004 05:45 PM Read

World War 2. Americans in Italy wait every day for the next mission.Some people are just crazy about it, others detest the entire business.And for those who detest it there are only two ways of getting rid ofit: a) you could get killed, or b) you could get grounded. So, thesystem works in a way ...Read More

Catch it if you can

Oct 24, 2003 05:06 AM Read

It's been a long time since I read catch-22 but since nobody who reads catch-22 forgets it anyway, I guess it's fine. First off catch-22 is hilariously funny often unreasonably so. there is a crabapples and horse chestnuts incident that still makes me laugh hard real hard. ok before I g et ca...Read More

Satirical masterpiece

Oct 12, 2003 05:53 AM Read

I was bored before I could finish the first fifty pages, and I told so to the guy who had recommended the book. He said, ''Carry on till about a hundred pages, and if you don't find it appealing, drop it. It's not your kind of book.'' Catch 22 may or may not be your kind of a book. But if you...Read More

Heller's novel

Mar 16, 2003 12:11 PM Read

There was a time when reading Joseph Heller's classic satire on the murderous insanity of war was nothing less than a rite of passage. Echoes of Yossarian, the wise-ass bombardier who was too smart to die but not smart enough to find a way out of his predicament, could be heard throughout the co...Read More

One of the greatest ever !!!!!

Mar 11, 2002 04:43 PM Read

Black humour is not everyone's cup of tea but if you are so inclined then this is one book you can't afford to miss at any cost. I first read this book many years back and have been kind of revising it every now and then. the plot is intricate but the characters are simple and the novel is par e...Read More

There's always a catch...(hmm clever)

Dec 24, 2001 03:48 AM Read

I read this book over the past summer, and I must say it was amazing, by far one of the best social commentaries I have ever read... and believe me, I live for stuff like that. Admittedly at first glance the book is a little hard to understand, but after a chapter or so you get used to Mr. Helle...Read More

THE FUNNY TRAGEDY

Jun 04, 2001 02:01 PM Read

WHY HASNT ANYONE WRITTEN ANYTHING ON THIS BOOK The first time I read catch22 I was about 15 years old and had found it a stupidly humourus funny book: something like pg wodehouse(I luv pg wodehouse so dont start jumping ). However there was something with that book that I was missing out on a...Read More

Catch-22

Feb 17, 2016 02:24 PM Read

I purchased this book from amazon and I simply adore this book.Author composing expertise great and certified that makes peruser to get a handle on easily.I am in the minority with regards to rating this book, however I figure I'll add my feeling to Mouths hovel's hard drive in the trusts that i...Read More


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