The Catcher In The Rye. File folder envelope hand-written and addressed by J. Salinger to fellow writer and friend Eli Waldron.
Top tips for writers from J. Salinger — advice from beyond the grave By Noel Young January Salinger gave very few interviews. Now another interview has been discovered, two years after his death in January Just 1, words long, it was written by year-old journalism student Shirley Ardman after she met in a hotel bar the man who would go on to write The Catcher in the Rye.
In 60 years of fame, J. Salinger famously gave very few interviews. One, given to a teenage schoolgirl in New Hampshire in the s for her school magazine, was copied by newspapers around the world - and forced Salinger, already very reclusive, into deeper seclusion.
Some 15 years later, inhe gave another interview by telephone to the New York Times - the reason for that interview was his anger over people whom he accused of ripping off his work.
Now another interview has emerged, two years after his death at age 91 on January 27, Just words long, it was written by an year-old journalism student after she met the soon-to-be great man in the bar of a New York hotel.
He was 21, and had just had his first short story published. Salinger observed, glancing vacantly at the other occupants of the bar. Why, the hacks that write those stories are no better than the people who read them. Later, Shirley was to suggest that Lamont was at least in part the model for Holden Caulfield, the central figure in The Catcher in the Rye.
Whether he was or not, the piece itself was not published at the time. Why would it be? After all, who was J. She decided to try to market it. Letter after letter went off to publishers, from her and an agent, over 5 years, and unanimously they declined to publish.
D dissertation for the University of Virginia. She lives in an assisted living facility in Swampscott, Massachusetts, near the home of her son Blair, an oncologist at a local hospital. It was when she was moving there that her Blair, cleaning out her home, rediscovered the manuscript - together with the file of rejection letters.
She seemed to remember Lamont Buchanan much better, correcting my Scottish way of pronouncing his first name.
She listened intently, with occasional chuckles, as Blair read out the article to her. Salinger may never be explained, but the accompanying interview, done early in his career, may shed some light on this recessive subject.Ever since its publication in , J.D. Salinger's The Catcher in the Rye has served as a firestorm for controversy and debate.
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