J.D. Salinger Isolated From Society.

J.D. Salinger Isolated From Society.

J.D. Salinger has a very unique personality and lifestyle. His novels are as unusual as one will ever see. His novel The Catcher in the Rye was and is a national success. A novel of a seventeen year old boy who doesn?t know his place in this off balance appearing society, but tries to search for the answer to all his questions. J.D. Salinger?s unique personality and closed lifestyle play a big part in the writing of his novel, The Catcher in the Rye.
J.D. Salinger?s unique personality can be attributed to his ab normal child hood. Born in New York City on the first day of 1919, J.D. Salinger is the son of a Jewish father and a Christian mother. After brief periods of enrollment at both New York University and Columbia University, Salinger devoted himself entirely to writing, and by 1940 he had published several short stories in periodicals. His writing career was interrupted by the Second World War, but returning from the service in 1946 Salinger resumed a writing career primarily for The New Yorker magazine. All this happened before he was thirty years of age, making him feel more like

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