Jd Salinger Biography Essay

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J. D Salinger is a successful writer, but most importantly, his writing made huge impacts. As seen in his famous work The Catcher in the Rye, which had set new literature of the post world war. (Encyclopedia of Biography page 2)
Salinger was born on January 1, 1919 in New York City. He was one of the youngest children of two, which born to Sol Salinger (PBS page 1). As a kid, Salinger never met the high expectations when coming to school. He flunked from Mcburney. After flunking Mcburney, Salinger’s parents immediately sent him to a Military Academy in Pennsylvania. Then after, he decided to go back to his hometown to attend NYU for a year before going to Europe. When he came back, he made a decision to attend college once again, but
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Zooey helped Franny because he had a feeling that there’s something going on with her, mentally and spiritually. Salinger's story inspired readers to feel some sort of hope. He’s influenced to write about Franny and Zooey because in his private life, he had a similar experience like Franny and Zooey. Here he is more like Franny because in the story she is going through a rough break up. And as for Salinger, he had a wife named Claire, (Wikipedia) but they eventually got a divorce, so he expressed his emotions through Franny. Salinger had felt depressed and sad. He went through hard anxiety and depression.
A Perfect Day for Bananafish left everyone impacted. A Perfect Day for Bananafish is the last day for Seymour. Who an individual, with psychotic problems. Seymour started to act up. He started to misbehave from his experience in the war. Salinger, who wrote A Perfect Day for Bananafish, portrayed how the world war had left Salinger with significant trauma(Wiki). As in one of his interviews he said he couldn't see society accept him again, and Salinger started to act differently after coming back from war, which Seymour does as

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