J. D. Salinger – Weblinks

Biographie Werke
Der Fänger im Roggen Neun Erzählungen Franny und Zooey
Hebt den Dachbalken hoch, Zimmerleute und Seymour wird vorgestellt
2010 Links

Salinger.Org – die ultimative Salinger-Seite im Netz. Hier sind auch die zum Teil unveröffentlichten oder mittlerweile unzugänglichen, auf jeden Fall aber unübersetzten Salinger-Stories aufgelistet.

Bananafish – Die Salinger-Mailing Liste. A perfect place for … discussing the work of America’s most reclusive author.

J(erome D(avid) Salinger (1919-) – von Kuusankosken Kaupunginkirjasto. Eine finnische Seite in englischer Sprache. Werkgeschichte und Biographie.

Fringeware Bio – die sehr gute Kurzbiographie von den Fringeware Subculture Pages.

Featured Author J. D. Salinger NYT – die Übersicht, was zu Salinger bei der New York Times online zu lesen ist. Highly recommended. Es gibt noch eine zweite Fundstelle.

J. D. Salinger Speaks About His Silence – by Lacey Fosburgh, NYT, November 3, 1974.

From Salinger, A New Dash Of Mystery – by Michiko Kakutani, NYT, February 20, 1997. Zu Salingers Kurzgeschichte Hapworth 16, 1924, die am 19. Juni 1965 im New Yorker und dann später bei einem kleinen, obskuren Verlag, der Orchises Press in Alexandria, Va., veröffentlicht wurde, mittlerweile aber vergriffen und nur noch in den Archiven zu finden ist.

Holden Caulfield Turns 50. That kills me – a review by David Abrams (Grouch) from epinions.com, who has read The Catcher for the first time at an «advanced» age and recommends the book nevertheless:

And if you’re one of those poor schmucks who’s managed to make it this far in life without your eyeballs rolling across Salinger’s pocketa-pocketa prose … Well then, it’s about time.”

J. D. Salinger (1919 - ) – the Internet Public Library: Online Literary Criticism Collection.

Who is J. D. Salinger? – Vanessa Irving’s website:

“This web site is designed to compare Salinger to his fictional characters. Salinger once said, in response to an interview request, “It’s all there in the stories; there’s no use talking about it.””

Exploring The Catcher in the Rye – Book Index, New York City Maps and a few Links. Suzanne Morine’s website.

Harold Bloom – J.D. Salinger’s The Catcher in the Rye: Bloom’s Reviews: Comprehensive Research & Study Guides.

The Catcher in the Rye -Index – Suzanne Morine’s Index.

The Catcher in the Rye – Bernd Wahlbrinks grosse Webseite. Hier gibt es:

Internal Aspects
1. Summary of the Novel 2. The writing on the wall (I): publishing history 3. The writing on the wall (II): How stupid can you get? 4. The Critics: Hitting the Nail on the Head vs Missing the Nail Completely 5. Jane Gallagher 6. The Secret Goldfish 7. Holden’s Language or: How to Ignore the Obvious 8. Kaleidoscope: “Amateur” Opinions 9. Chapter Headlines 10. Basic elements of the plot: a diagram 11. CR as a picaresque novel 12. “phony” 13. Concerning the German translation of CR 14. The second word in the novel 15. A Gift for Holden 16. Symbolism: “I was only horsing around, naturally” 17. The “Little Shirley Beans” Record 18. Phoebe on the Carrousel: The Turning Point 19. A thorough reading?!? 20. Essays and Thoughts by Various People 21. Ideas for Papers 22. The Ending of the Novel.

External Aspects
1. “…David Copperfield kind of crap” 2. Huck Finn: First paragraph 3. Robert Burns: “Comin Thro' the Rye” 4. Paul Simon: “I am a Rock” 5. Catcher in the Rye: The Movie?! 6. References to CR in Fiction, Movies, and Pop Songs 7. 1951 8. The Small Faces: “Itchycoo Park” 9. Huck Finn: Last paragraph 10. The Catcher and Censorship: Considered Armed and Dangerous 11. Bad Company 12. Salinger’s Holden vs Dostoevsky's Raskolnikov 13. Points of View: an attempt at a classification 14. The Cover of the Novel (Hardcover Edition) 15. An Anecdote about Banned Books and Crafty Teachers 16. A Photo: The 2 Faces of J.D.Salinger 17. The Picture of Holden in your Mind 18. Smoke Gets in Your Eyes 19. Mark David Chapman (John Lennon’s Murderer), and CR 20. Thoreau: The West as a Mythical Land 21. A Photo Album of Holden Caulfield’s Odyssey 22. Pearl Jam: “Why Go” 23. Stephen Chbosky: The Perks of Being a Wallflower 24. CR and Cannibalizing: Origins of the Novel 25. Salinger’s Catcher and Gardner’s Grendel

Links – Bernd Wahlbrinks Links und recommended Literature zu The Catcher in the Rye.

Schools Are Seeking A Multicultural Holden – by Emily Wax, Tuesday, January 16, 2001, The Washington Post: “Too irreverent, too subversive, too racy, too many curse words.”

Themenabend J.D.Salinger/Der Fänger im Roggen – ein Essay von Sugar Ray sowie einige Gedanken zu der Tatsache, wieso der Fänger im Roggen zu einem der wichtigsten Bücher einer Generation wurde und was das Buch für so verschiedene Leute wie Charles Manson und den Lennon-Mörder Bill Chapman bedeutete.

Kurzvortrag : J.D. Salinger: Der Fänger im Roggen – der Stil dieses „Vortrages” ist schon ein wenig merkwürdig, aber es kann auch sein, daß ich die neue deutsche Rechtschreibung nicht von Fehlern unterscheiden kann.

Franny and Zooey – Carly Blackwell’s review of Franny and Zooey.

Dream Catcher bei Amazon.de
The Truth about J.D. Salinger – by Geraldine McGowan about Dream Catcher, Oct. 2, 2000, Salon.com Books – “Peggy Salinger was born in 1955, the year Franny and Zooey was published in the New Yorker. She has suffered from bulimia, perceptual distortions, panic attacks, chronic fatigue syndrome and fibromyalgia.”

Salinger’s Daughter’s Truths as Mesmerizing as His Fiction – by Dinitia Smith at the The New York Times, August 30, 2000.

The Flight From Fortress Salinger – by Ron Rosenbaum, The New York Times, October 8, 2000: “Margaret Salinger’s memoir illuminates a few things about her father’s life and work.”

Sometimes Thro’ the Mirror Blue – ein Auszug aus dem zweiten Kapitel von Dream Catcher in der New York Times.

J.D. Salinger’s Daughter to publish Tell-all Memoir – CBC Infoculture zu Peggy Salinger’s Buch Dream Catcher.

J.D. Salinger’s Daughter spills the Beans – CBC Infoculture über Margaret Salinger’s Buch.

Reviews of Dream Catcher @ Amazon.

From Peggy, with Love and Squalor – by Judith Solomon, Boston, The Jerusalem Report, Thursday, December 7, 2000. Judith Solomon hat Peggy Salinger getroffen und mit ihr über ihr Buch gesprochen.

Father Dearest – by John Leonard, CBS News Sunday Morning, Sept. 10, 2000. “ What are you doing,” his daughter wonders, “that is so much more important than taking care of your kids and family” The happiest she ever saw him he was playing ring toss with a dolphin. The only time he ever cried was when John F. Kennedy was shot.

Dream Catcher Reviews – gesammelte Zitate aus den verschiedensten Reviews auf einer MSN-Seite.

Recluse writer J.D. Salinger has penned 15 books – CBC Infoculture mit der Behauptung, daß Salinger fünfzehn fertige Bücher nicht veröffentlicht hat.

The Man in the Glass House – by Ron Rosenbaum. “For more than forty years, J. D. Salinger has lived in self-exile behind a Wall of Silence, an enigma in a celebrity culture. Now, by allowing the reissue of his 1965 short story, “Hapworth 16, 1924,” is the last private person in America trying to tell us something? An obsessive pilgrimage to Salinger’s New Hampshire sanctuary, where, if you listen closely, you can hear the sound of one man hiding.”

Joyce Maynard bei Amazon
Joyce Maynard: Tanzstunden: Mein Jahr mit Salinger.
Anfang der 70er Jahre hatte der knapp fünfzigjährige Salinger
eine kurze Affäre mit der damals achtzehnjährigen Joyce Maynard,
die nicht umhin konnte, diese wohl wichtigste Begegnung ihres Lebens
zu einem Buch zu verarbeiten.

2010 Links

Brow Beat: Salinger’s Best Story — by Chris Wilson, Slate, Thursday, January 28, 2010.

How to be a recluse — by Andrew Martin, The Independent, Sunday, 31 January 2010.

Kvetcher in the Rye — by Greg Palast, Monday, February 1, 2010.

Bearable — by Lillian Ross, The New Yorker, February 8, 2010.

Postscript J. D. Salinger — by Adam Gopnik, The New Yorker, February 8, 2010.

Biographie Werke
Der Fänger im Roggen Neun Erzählungen Franny und Zooey
Hebt den Dachbalken hoch, Zimmerleute und Seymour wird vorgestellt
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