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He died an American writer

January 29 2010

Famous American writer Jerome David Salinger at 92-m, died Wednesday at his home in New Hampshire. Writer and recluse, changed the face of world literature his only novel, has disappeared from public view behind a high fence of his house immediately after the stunning popularity, which brought his work "The Catcher in the Rye", Interfax reports.

Salinger's literary career began with the publication of short stories in the New York magazines. The first serious known for his short story "Good-caught fish bananka. And 11 years after the first publication of Salinger released his only novel "The Catcher in the Rye," which is still considered classics of youth.

Note that for a long time it was banned in several countries and some U.S. states for use of the chosen vocabulary, and depression. However, later work has gone into a list of recommended reading in many schools.

By 1961 the novel was translated already in twelve countries, including the Soviet Union, where it was printed in the magazine "Foreign literature".

In recent years, he practically does not interact with the outside world, doing a variety of spiritual practices, as well as alternative medicine.

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