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"In spite of his solid and regular writing,[Salinger's] published output has been relatively small. But no book since war has had such an impact on American youth as his one full-scale novel has, The Catcher in the Rye. In it, Sanger seems both to have a teenager's view of the adult world ... and to have portrayed someone with whom a great many teenagers passionately wish to identify themselves."

     


The Work of J.D. Salinger (The Hibbert Journal, 1964)

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