J. D. Salinger

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United States writer (born 1919)

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Rolling Stone's David Wild recently wrote that his debut in 1978, "was like a great first novel by a young author who somehow managed to split the difference between Mark Twain and J.
29 ( ANI ): Three unpublished works by American writer J.
6, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Today photographer Michael McDermott released a rare 1979 photo of J.
So now, high school seniors can apply to what Ursinus jokingly refers to as the "Not the J.
New York, August 26 ( ANI ): The authors of a new J.
Landfield also has been filing shelves and glass-enclosed cases with early editions of books, such as "The Catcher In The Rye," by J.
The winning author, Judy Parr, a publications engineer for a computer company, of Westerville, OH, won the $500 first prize for her essay seemingly written by former WorldCom CEO Bernard Ebbers in the words of J.
NEW YORK -- An unauthorized and never-published biography of J.
com)-- Football greats, Dick Butkus and Johnny Unitas, film director Robert Zemeckis, screen stars Charles Bronson, Ann Jillian, and Ruta Lee, musicians Benny Goodman and Bob Dylan, author J.
Corson is Interim President while its alumni include author J.
INDIANAPOLIS, July 14 /PRNewswire/ -- The Saturday Evening Post, the nation's oldest magazine, which traces its roots to Benjamin Franklin and is famous for covers that illustrate the lives and experiences of the American people, announced today its July/August 2010 issue will re-release a rare J.
Ohio) takes a provocative look at four revered authors: Tillie Olsen, Henry Roth, J.
Formerly ``Francis,'' she has changed her name to Franny, an homage to the heroine of the popular J.
21), an "American Masters'' documentary about the late "The Catcher in the Rye'' author J.