J. D. Salinger

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United States writer (born 1919)

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According to Publishers Weekly, the biography of author JD Salinger is expected to be published in September 2013.
Andy Murray stormed into today's Australian Open final while the late JD Salinger, reclusive novelist and voice of disaffected youth, was outed as a rabid Henmaniac.
Summary: Correspondence from JD Salinger donated to a university sheds new light on the "reclusive" American author.
Then I was asked by a Hollywood screenwriter to pen songs for a film about the reclusive author JD Salinger.
JD Salinger, the American author of The Catcher in the Rye, has died, aged 91.
JD Salinger, the legendary author, youth hero and fugitive from fame whose "The Catcher in the Rye" shocked and inspired a world he increasingly shunned, has died.
BIRTHDAYS: JD Salinger, author, 91; Dedee Pfeiffer, actress (pictured) 46; Michelle Holmes, actress, 43; Paul Lawrie, golfer, 41.
Before being sentenced Chapman read a passage from the JD Salinger novel, Catcher in the Rye - the book he was leafing through moments after the shooting outside Lennon's apartment building in New York on December 8.
The Catcher in the Rye by JD Salinger - I was trying to get my son to read it and thought I'd just re-read it myself.
BORN J Edgar Hoover, US official, 1895 JD Salinger, US author, 1919 HOLLIDAY Grainger, UK actress, 1988, above DIED HANK Williams, US singer, 1953 CESAR Romero, US actor, above, 1994 SHIRLEY Chisholm, US politician, 2005
The Catcher in the Rye' by JD Salinger (15 percent)
FOR 50 years the reclusive JD Salinger shunned human contact, hiding behind high walls and guard dogs, or so all the obituaries would have us believe.
The New York Times has reported that letters written by JD Salinger to E Michael Mitchell, the designer of the jacket for Salinger's The Catcher in the Rye, are to be exhibited at the Morgan Library and Museum in Manhattan.
WELL, it's a pity about JD Salinger, just when I was going to ring up for an interview.