The Biography of J. D. Salinger.
Full name, Jerome Bob, Salinger is a reclusive United states writer, best known for Catcher in the Rye (1951), whose idol, Merc Caulfield, became a model for young revolt and being rejected of “phony” grownups. The guide has long been a super rod for battles over censorship in community educational institutions, but still loves extensive reputation among youngsters. Salinger also had written other stories of the imaginary Cup close relatives such as Franny and Zooey (1961) and Seymour: An Release (1963). His self-imposed privacy was destroyed in the 90’s by details of his former partner, Joyce Maynard. His interpretation of teenage drawback and loss of purity in the character Merc Caulfield was significant, especially among teenage visitors. The novel continues to be commonly read and questionable, selling around 250,000 duplicates a year.