Catch-22 has been more popular with younger readers than older ones. What accounts for its appeal to youth?
Does Joseph Heller’s unrealistic approach to war in Catch-22 make war seem less or more horrific?
Catch-22 has been said to be less about war than about America’s conformist society. In what ways is this true?
Compare the treatment of death in Catch-22 to that in another Heller novel.
What is Something Happened saying about family life?
Compare the style and themes of Catch-22 to Closing Time. Is the sequel equal to its predecessor or inferior as a work of literature?