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Jerome David Salinger

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ФГБОУ ВПО Рязанский Государственный
Агротехнологический Университет имени
П.А.Костычева
Факультет довузовской подготовки и СПО
Специальность: «Товароведение и
экспертиза качества потребительских
товаров»,2 курс
Руководитель проекта: Анисаров Илья
Станиславович
Номинация: «Написанное слово в веках
живёт…»
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3- Early years
4 – Early years
5 – Education
6 – Education
7 – World War II
8 - World War II
9 – Post-war career
10 – Literature career
11 – Literature career
12 – Salinger’s family
13 – Salinger’s family
14 – Last Years
15 – Last Years
Slide 16 - The Catcher in the Rye
Slide 17 – The Catcher in the Rye
Slide 18 - The Catcher in the Rye
Slide 19 – The influence of the novel
Slide 20 - The influence of the novel
Slide 21 – My attitude to Salinger
Slide 22 – My attitude to Salinger
Slide 23 – My attitude to Salinger
Slide 24 - Literature
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Jerome David Salinger was
born on the 1st of January,
1919 in New York
His father Solomon
Salinger was a merchant,
who sold kosher cheese
and ham
His mother Miriam
Salinger was a housewife
Jerome Salinger had a
sister - Doris
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Salinger was raised in
West Side of
Manhattan
When he was a boy
he was fond of
literature and acting
He used to take part
in plays of summer
youth theatre
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Solomon Salinger
wanted to give his
son perfect
education
In 1932 J.D. Salinger
entered McBurney
Private School
There he began to
write stories for
school newspaper
and got his first
popularity
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In 1934 Salinger was
sent to Valley Forge
Military Academy
After graduation he
returned home and
entered New York
University
Soon he was dropped
out and his father sent
him to Austria – to learn
business
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In 1939 Salinger came back home and
entered Columbia University, where he began
to write and publish stories
In 1942 he joined the army
Sergeant Salinger was a commander of
counter-intelligence unit
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On the 6th of June,
1944 Salinger’s
division landed at Utah
beach in Normandy
In 1945 Salinger with
his soldiers liberated
concentarion camps
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After the War Salinger was hospitalized
because of combat stress and stayed in
Germany
Salinger returned to New York in 1946 and
tried to find a job as a writer
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In 1948 The New Yorker magazine published
his first short story, named “A Perfect Day for
Bananafish”
That story made him popular all over the
United States
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In late 1940’s The New
Yorker magazine
published Salinger’s
stories: "Uncle Wiggily
in Connecticut”, "Just
Before the War with the
Eskimos”
That gave him fame
and financial security
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In 1946 Salinger got married for the first
time, but the marriage fell apart after 8
months
In 1953 Salinger bought a house in Cornish,
New Hampshire
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In 1955 he got married with Claire Douglas
She was only 19 years old
They had two children, Margaret and Matthew
Salinger’s family lived apart from the society
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In 1967 Jerome Salinger and Claire Douglas
divorced
Salinger began to live as a hermit in his house
In 1988 he got married with Colleen O'Neil
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Last year he practiced
yoga and homeopathic
medicine
He left his house only
once a month
He published nothing for
more than 40 years
Jerome Salinger died on
January 27, 2010, he was
91 years old
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In 1951 Jerome David Salinger published his
most famous novel – “The Catcher in the Rye”
It was a great success for a young writer
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The plot of a novel is
quite simple – it’s a
story of a teenager
Holden Caulfield
Holden was a student
of a Pencey
Preparatory school
Holden’s behavior and
mind became an icon
of teenage rebellion
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The Catcher in the Rye had
a great influence on
world’s culture that time
More than 65 million books
were sold
It was the most censored
book in the USA
The novel was banned in
many schools, because it
popularized youth
rebellion
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Mark Chapman, a
murderer of John Lennon,
identified himself with a
Holden Caulfield.
Chapman was arrested
with a copy of Salinger’s
novel.
He read passages from
The Catcher in the Rye
during the court.
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The novel was the favourite book of John
Hinckley, who made an assassination
attempt on the US president Ronald Reagan
in 1981.
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As for me, Jerome David Salinger is one of the
most interesting and mysterious authors
He made a great impression on me
He created very enigmatic stories
They are very simple to read and very difficult
to understand
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He created his own dramatic
style
That’s why it’s very easy to
recognize yourself in
characters of his novels
Salinger gave us an
opportunity to read into the
plot every time you read his
stories
For me, The Catcher in the
Rye is one of the favorite
novels
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I’m sure that everybody who read the book,
found something from Holden Caulfield
inside
Salinger had a great luck and created a
contradictory character
It makes us think about our place in the world
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Gopnik A. Who was J.D. Salinger?
[Электронный ресурс]: URL:http://www.newyorker.com/books/page
-turner/who-was-j-d-salinger (23.03.2014)
Lifting the veil of mystery from J.D. Salinger
[Электронный ресурс]: - URL: http://www.
Lifting the veil of mystery from J.D.
Salinger(25.03.2015)
Shields D., Salemo S. Salinger. New York,
2013. 696 p.
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