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  1. The Overwrought Urn by Jane Austin, J.D. Salinger, 1970
  2. In Search of JD Salinger: A Biography by Ian Hamilton, 1990-05-06
  3. Salinger's, JD, " Catcher in the Rye " , Notes on (Study Aid S) by Jeff Opland, 1976-03-25
  4. SATURDAY EVENING POST JULY 17, 1943, MAGAZINE,JD Salinger Story The Varioni Brothers Around Old Chi with Gardenia Penny By J. D. Salinger, (first-ever Printing of This Short Story.,Uncollected #7, Meaning 1st Appearance Anywhere Now or Anytime, with Col by VARIONI BROTHERS, Cover Design By Rutherford Boyd,With Illustrations By A. C. Moore,A. C. Moore ETC ) with Drawings By John F. Gould, Stories Articles By Robert Lewis Taylor, Norman Rockwell ,Sgt. Herbert E. Smith J. D. Salinger STORY, 1943
  5. Saturday Evening Post July 17, 1943 JD Salinger Story, MAGAZINE, JD Salinger Story The Varioni Brothers Around Old Chi with Gardenia Penny By J. D. Salinger, (first-ever Printing of This Short Story.,Uncollected #7, Meaning 1st Appearance Anywhere Now or by VARIONI BROTHERS, Cover Design By Rutherford Boyd,With Illustrations By A. C. Moore,A. C. Moore ETC ) with Drawings By John F. Gould, Stories Articles By Robert Lewis Taylor, Norman Rockwell ,Sgt. Herbert E. Smith J. D. SALINGER STORY, 1943
  6. (1953) Catcher in the Rye (signet paperback) by by_JD_Salinger, 1953
  7. Newsweek August 9 2010 Mark Twain on Cover, The Books Issue, Twain Autobiography, JD Salinger, Lily Renee Phillips
  8. ELAINE - in Story, March/April 1945 - Vol XXVI, No 112 by Whit (Editor); JD Salinger [Contributor] Burnett, 1945
  9. SOFT BOILED SARGEANT in The Saturday Evening Post - April 15, 1944 by JD (Contributor) Salinger, 1944-01-01
  10. JD Salinger by Warren French, 1966
  11. Nine Stories - Nine Stories Kodansha English Bookstore] [ Japanese Language Book by JD Salinger, 1990
  12. THE CATCHER IN THE RYE by J-D SALINGER, 1998-01-01
  13. Catcher In The Rye (paperback Edition) Japanese Language Book by JD Salinger, 2006

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6. J.D. Salinger (Jerome David Salinger) - American Writer
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    Jerome David Salinger was an American author, best known for his 1951 novel The Catcher in the Rye, as well as his reclusive nature. His last original published work was in
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    photograph by Lotte Jacobi Born Jerome David Salinger
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    United States Occupation Writer Period Notable work(s) The Catcher in the Rye Nine Stories Seymour: An Introduction Influences Sherwood Anderson Anton Chekhov F. Scott Fitzgerald Gustave Flaubert ... Leo Tolstoy Influenced Stephen Chbosky Jonathan Safran Foer Haruki Murakami Tom Robbins ... Igor Štiks Signature Jerome David Salinger (pronounced /ˈsælɪndʒər/ SAL -in-jər American author , best known for his 1951 novel The Catcher in the Rye , as well as his reclusive nature. His last original published work was in 1965; he gave his last interview in 1980. Raised in Manhattan , Salinger began writing short stories while in secondary school , and published several stories in the early 1940s before serving in World War II . In 1948 he published the critically acclaimed story " A Perfect Day for Bananafish " in The New Yorker magazine, which became home to much of his subsequent work. In 1951 Salinger released his novel The Catcher in the Rye , an immediate popular success. His depiction of

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    10. One Hour To Read: Salinger, J.D. Archives
    Of course, J.D. Salinger died a few weeks back, and like so many others I decided to reread one of his books. I remember liking Franny and Zooey a lot back in my impressionable
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    by onehourtoread on February 16, 2010 12:43 AM Permalink Comments (0) TrackBacks (0) Of course, J.D. Salinger died a few weeks back, and like so many others I decided to reread one of his books. I remember liking "Franny and Zooey" a lot back in my impressionable college years. This time, though, I wasn't so thrilled by it. In fact, I almost didn't finish it.
    The book is wildly uneven, which is really the worst thing a book can be. If it had been awful throughout, I would have never bothered finishing it. In this case, it had the occasional moment of greatness amidst all the tedium, just enough that I kept reading.
    The first story "Franny" is really quite good, but "Zooey," the much longer story, could be infuriating at times. For example, it took about 80 pages, just for Zooey to make his way out of the bathroom. First, there was a letter from his brother to read in the tub, then a long conversation with his mother, and eventually some shaving.
    And if you're ever wondering what was in a typical 1955 medicine cabinet, just turn to pages 75 and 76, where there is a 190-word sentence describing the contents of the Glass family medicine cabinet. (Note to self for Nanowrimo: Describing the contents of a medicine cabinet is a great way to pad your word total.)

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    Born 1 January 1919 Birthplace New York, New York Died 27 January 2010 Best Known As Author of The Catcher In the Rye Jerome David Salinger wrote The Catcher in the Rye
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    • Born: 1 January 1919 Birthplace: New York, New York Died: 27 January 2010 Best Known As: Author of The Catcher In the Rye
    Jerome David Salinger wrote The Catcher in the Rye , the classic 20th-century novel of disaffected youth. Salinger started publishing short stories in the 1940s, in magazines like the Saturday Evening Post, Colliers and, especially, the New Yorker The Catcher In the Rye was published in 1951, became a bestseller and remains a favorite of high school and college students. (The book tells the tale of Holden Caulfield, a troubled adolescent who leaves his fancy prep school for an urban walkabout.) Always a private man, Salinger became increasingly reclusive throughout the 1950s and eventually stopped making public appearances or statements of any kind. He retreated to his remote home in Cornish, New Hampshire, refused requests for interviews, and did not publish after 1965 though he reportedly continued to write into the 21st century. He died of natural causes in 2010. Salinger served in the U.S. Army in World War II and participated in the D-Day landings of 6 June 1944... He married Claire Douglas, a student at Radcliffe, in 1955. They had two children, Margaret Ann (b. 1955) and Matthew (b. 1960), and were divorced in 1965... Salinger had a love affair with author Joyce Maynard in the early 1970s, which Maynard described in her 1998 memoir

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    J. D. Salinger, January 1, 1919 – January 27, 2010. Remembering. J. D. Salinger passed away January 27, 2010; he was 91. The famouslysecretive author rose to prominence in the 1950
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    19. Bookreporter.com - In Memoriam: J. D. Salinger
    J. D. Salinger died on January 27, 2010. A memoriam by Jesse Kornbluth. HeadButler.com Founder Jesse Kornbluth Talks About J.D. Salinger’s FRANNY AND ZOOEY
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    , then went off to live in the New Hampshire woods. He was - as he wished - pretty much ignored, until an idiot decided “Catcher” was some kind of reason to murder John Lennon. A brief flare of interest followed, then it was, once again, back to obscurity. "I pay for this kind of attitude,” Salinger said, in a rare interview. “I'm known as a strange, aloof kind of man. But all I'm doing is trying to protect myself and my work." His work couldn't be better protected. Nobody much reads Salinger now. He refused to do the things authors need to do to keep their name before the public. And his best-known writing is too mannered - CATCHER reads like a parody of itself. That's not entirely Salinger's fault; his style was so influential that it's been appropriated by several generations of admiring writers. And so much time has gone by since its bombshell success in the 1950s that many readers actually think the imitators are the real deal, in much the same way as young fan rock fans thrill to Lenny Kravitz and ignore Jimi Hendrix. I can't re-read CATCHER for biographical reasons. I hit puberty, went off to a boarding school as third rate as the one in CATCHER and devoured Salinger's novel all in more or less the same season. My reality was not Holden's. He was a privileged kid from New York, a screw-up, a deliberate failure. I shared his distress with phonies and snobs and fools, but I was far too intent on shimmying the greasy pole of success to empathize with his spiritual crisis.

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    J. D. Salinger. AKA Jerome David Salinger. Born 1Jan-1919 Birthplace New York City Died 27-Jan-2010 Location of death Cornish, NH Cause of death Natural Causes
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    Jerome David Salinger Born: 1-Jan
    Birthplace: New York City
    Died: 27-Jan
    Location of death: Cornish, NH
    Cause of death: Natural Causes
    Gender: Male
    Race or Ethnicity: White
    Sexual orientation: Straight
    Occupation: Novelist Nationality: United States
    Executive summary: The Catcher in the Rye Military service: US Army Signal and Counter Intelligence Corps, WWII J.D. Salinger's father was a Jewish importer of cheese and hams , and his mother was Catholic. Both sets of in-laws reportedly disapproved of the marriage, and J.D.'s father seems to have generally disapproved of his son. The feeling was mutual; J.D. skipped his father's funeral and later stopped eating meat. After being booted from at least one private high school, young J.D. or "Sonny", as his father called him was sent to Valley Forge Military Academy in Pennsylvania, which was later the inspiration for Pencey Prep in Salinger's Catcher in the Rye . After high school, Salinger was drafted into the Army, and fought in the bloody Battle of Normandy.

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