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RIP JD Salinger

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    I just read about it on another internet forum.
    91 is a fine age though.
     
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    Wow.. may he rest in peace.
     
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    The catcher in the rye was like my favorite book when I was a teenager.
     
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    I hope he died feeling calm and loved.
     
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    OH NOOOEE!!!! One bright shining star less up in the dark sky :(:( So sad day. I Loved his style!!
    Catcher in the rye is one of my favourites.
     
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    RIP, he's been one of my favourites for a long time.

    The first time I read Catcher in the Rye I got Holden's voice stuck in my head and wanted to call people "phonies" all the time. :)
     
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    HAHA thats so funny, so did I!!! :)
     
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    MindYourHead Courage doesn't always roar.

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    Probably because it was required reading in a 10th grade English class I had, I couldn't stand reading the book Catcher in the Rye.
    I dreaded every page of it.
    To this day I recall sitting in class trying to choke it down just to be able to write a report on it.

    You would think a story about a defiant, rebellious kid would have appealed to a defiant, rebellious kid.
    But since I was being told to read it, I rebelled against it.

    Since it has been in the news, and have heard so many say it was their favorite I may just have to read it now.

    I may just enjoy it now that I would be reading it on my terms.


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    In my teen years I liked his books, Franny & Zooey maybe more that Catcher in the rye. I read somewhere that he wrote all those years and that now those works are going to be published according to his wishes.I hope that's true.
     
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    That would be so fantastic if there was a huge cache of his unpublished stories. What a parting gift to the world! I heard that he had not had anything published since 1965! That's the year I was born!! Amazing he could still be so loved and influencial after so long. RIP Mr. Salinger
     
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    I only read the Catcher In The Rye on Tuesday. I absolutely loved it.
    My family got annoyed at me because I was so antisocial after reading it.

    RIP
     

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