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J.D. Salinger: The Last Interview and Other Conversations (edited and introduced by David Streitfeld)

I spotted a handful of examples of this new (to me) series at Mac’s Books and was intrigued. Of course, Salinger, with his reputation for privacy, was a difficult choice. 196 more words

Non-fiction (essays)

Captured by The Catcher in the Rye

I’ve always believed that novels are written for one (or possibly two) of three reasons;

  1. Because the author thinks their plot line is exciting and wants to share it, purely for entertainment purposes.
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Writing

What is it about The Catcher in the Rye

The Catcher in the Rye

Have you ever read a book which is supposedly a work of great classic fiction only to think, what a complete load of utter pig swill… 1,344 more words

Book Review

Lies To Keep Us Going

Before I start I want to thank Bexoxo for nominating me!

“I am always saying “Glad to’ve met you” to somebody I’m not at all glad I met. 247 more words

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An Unconnected Community of Readers @ CSUMB

Unlike the communities that we have studied in HCOM 371, the populous of readers that are here on campus at CSUMB are disconnected. On campus we have a myriad of communities that are linked. 1,061 more words

Jane Eyre

To all those Jane Eyre fans out there, don’t be alarmed, I have no intention of analysing or critiquing this literary art; I believe no words can describe its beauty; I believe all I will do  by writing about it is degrade its existence. 805 more words

Alright, welcome back to The Writing Manuel. This week I’m going to be doing a little bit of an analysis of J.D. Salinger’s “The Catcher in the Rye.” For those of you that haven’t read it yet it’s a book about a high school boy named Holden Caulfield that has just been kicked out of yet another school for failing almost all of his classes. 608 more words

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