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Salinger

J(erome) D(avid) born 1919, US writer, noted particularly for his novel of adolescence The Catcher in the Rye (1951). His first novel for 34 years, Hapworth 16, 1924 was published in 1997
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Among all the dispute and conjecture that has surrounded the life of JD Salinger, one mystery remains especially puzzling.
"He wanted me to pull it together, and because of the scope of the job, he knew it would take a long time," Salinger said of his father, who died in 2010 and had not published work since the mid-1960s.
Salinger Long officially bought the enterprise from her father in a deal that closed Oct.
The bank is prosecuting the complaint not because the assets of the estate are at all impaired or because it has suffered any damage but to use his client as an example, Salinger theorizes.
Professor Alsen is a longtime Salinger scholar who witnessed the Nazi regime firsthand as a child in Germany.
Salinger, who briefly attended three universities without earning a degree from any of them, frequently sized up his older, famous and formidable competitor.
'I enjoyed playing Salinger, because while I loved reading his works, I didn't know a lot about his personal life.
As Salinger ponders his nonexistent love life, he helps his patients make sense of their own.
Salinger's best-selling collection, Nine stories, is composed of nine short stories written and selected by Salinger himself.
Saturday, Salinger came through with a shipment of 1,200 Petits, and the president signed the embargo into law.
My Salinger Year is the coming-of-age story of a young girl in New York City who dreams of becoming a writer.
Salinger. Hamilton wrote an unpublished manuscript titled "J.D.