"Paula," "Birthday Boy," and "The Ocean Full of Bowling Balls."
This doesn't need to happen.
From his preference for young women to hints of unpublished writing, Salinger left attentive readers plenty of breadcrumbs.
Shane Salerno's bio-documentary attempts to uncover the mystery behind the Catcher in the Rye author.
"He was a private man, and he had a lot of reasons to be private. Especially with his attraction to younger women, younger girls."
Salinger's secrets are out.
Remember The Crying Game? It's like that, apparently.
The Weinstein Co.'s new documentary looks surprisingly intense.
We knew it.
On eBay, for $1 million.
Enjoy it while it lasts.
"Dear Poppa ... "
Ten brief letters and one postcard from J.D. Salinger to his “Buddyroo” E. Michael Mitchell go on view at The Morgan Library.
A Collection of J.D. Salinger’s Personal Letters, Including One Eddie Murphy Won’t Like, Are Going on Display
At the Morgan Library.
Read a pair of stories from 'New York' on the author's private business.
Sadly, our hopes for an Iranian 'Gravity’s Rainbow' remain, as yet, unrealized.
Well, this is awkward.
It's a portrait painted in 1961.
It always struck me as unfair that 'Catcher in the Rye' got ghetto-ized as a slightly embarrassing young adult novel.
'The New Yorker' has made the dozen stories J.D. Salinger wrote for the magazine available for free.
"Catcher in the Die."
'Catcher in the Rye'–authoring recluse J.D. Salinger is dead at 91.
No 'Catcher in the Rye 2' for you.
Ancient recluse J.D. Salinger has filed a lawsuit seeking to block the publication of an unofficial sequel to his famous book.