ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
"New Novels in the News" by T. Morris Longstreth from Christian Science Monitor, July 19, 1951, © 1951 by the Christian Science Publishing Society.Reprinted by permission of The Christian Science Monitor.
"Case History of All of Us" by Ernest Jones from Nation, September I, 1951, © 1951 by The Nation Company, Inc.Reprinted by permission of The Nation.
"The Society of Three Novels" by John W. Aldridge from In Search of Heresy: American Literature in an Age of Conformity by John W. Aldridge, © 1956 by John W. Aldridge. Reprinted by permission.
"Incommunicability in Salinger's The Catcher in the Rye" by Charles H. Kegel from Western Humanities Review II, No. I ( Winter 1957), © 1957 by the University of Utah. Reprinted by permission of Western Humanities Review.
"The Adolescent in American Fiction" by Frederic I. Carpenter from English Journal 46, No. 6 ( September 1957), © 1957 by The National Council of Teachers of English.Reprinted by permission.
"The Catcher in the Rye (1951)" by Frederick L. Gwynn and Joseph L. Blotner from The Fiction of J. D. Salinger by Frederick L. Gwynn and Joseph L. Blotner, © 1958 by the University of Pittsburgh Press.Reprinted by permission.
"'Why the Hell Not Smash All the Windows?'" by Christopher Parker from Salinger: A Critical and Personal Portrait, edited by Henry Anatole Grunwald, © 1962 by Henry Anatole Grunwald , © 1990 renewed.Reprinted by permission of Harper & Row, Publishers, Inc.
"Salinger and 'Honest lago' " by Patrick Costello from Renascence 16, No. 4 ( Summer 1964), © 1964 by the Catholic Renascence Society, Inc.Reprinted by permission of Renascence.
"The Love Ethic" by David D. Galloway from The Absurd Hero in American Fiction: Updike, Styron, Bellow, Salinger by David D. Galloway, © 1966 by David D. Galloway.Reprinted by permission of the author and the University of Texas Press.
"Gatsby and Holden Caulfield" by Mario L. D'Avanzo from Fitzgerald Newsletter No. 38 ( Summer 1967), © 1967 by Matthew J. Bruccoli.Reprinted by permission of Matthew J. Bruccoli.
"Hamlet and Holden" by Clinton W. Trowbridge from English Journal 57, No. I ( January 1968), © 1968 by The National Council of Teachers of English.Reprinted by permission.
"Holden Caulfield: Adolescents' Enduring Model" by Bernard C. Kinnick from High School Journal 53, No. 8 ( May 1970), © 1970 by the University of North Carolina Press. Reprinted by permission.

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