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empty celebrity spaces can fill with nothing but mystique. Such was the ironic fate that befell JD Salinger when he tried to withdraw from the conditions of his fame...After being catapulted into the limelight with the publication of The Catcher in
This feeling of intimacy between author and reader is one of the defining characteristics of Salinger's work. As such, a biography of the author may seem like an intrusion, a stepping into a sacred space more so, given Salinger's own obsession with
Special to The Miami Herald For book lovers, the Literary Feast is a prime event, this year bringing 21 authors participating in programs that benefit the Broward Public Library Foundation. One of the main attractions is Sunday's smorgasbord of panel
Together with John Updike and John Cheever, he defined 20th-century short fiction: the twist of fate, the detailed attention to character, the fissures in families and friendships. Along with Philip Roth, he wrote the script for postwar American
Salinger biographer Kenneth Slawenski is "very hopeful" that new works by Salinger will soon be available...Salinger: the name is almost synonymous with the notion of hermit. But Kenneth Slawenski who, after nearly a decade of research has written J.
Salinger is to experience him through his own words, writes Chris Zappone...Salinger in January marked the passing of one of the last American writers to enjoy genuine popularity with a broad public. His work has been embraced not only by the