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j. d. salinger

January 1 - J. Salinger Bio: Born on January in New York City, J. Salinger was a literary giant despite his slim body of work and reclusive lifestyle. His landmark novel, The Catcher in.

Feeling all this way tonight. I miss my friends and NYC and being on vacation. My heart knows it's time to move onward. #ParsCaeliwords

Feeling all this way tonight. I miss my friends and NYC and being on vacation. My heart knows it's time to move onward. #ParsCaeliwords

So laugh as much as you can , it’s an instant holiday

So laugh as much as you can , it’s an instant holiday

27 Snarky Hilarious Quotes #snark #sarcasm #funnyquotes #wittyquotes #funnysayings

27 Snarky Hilarious Quotes #snark #sarcasm #funnyquotes #wittyquotes #funnysayings

I have nature and art and poetry, and if that is not enough, what is enough? - Vincent van Gogh | quotes of the day | privatewriting.com

I have nature and art and poetry, and if that is not enough, what is enough? - Vincent van Gogh | quotes of the day | privatewriting.com

78 Inspirational Quotes About Life And Happiness 13

78 Inspirational Quotes About Life And Happiness 13

Always have fun! #WordsofWisdomQuotes

Always have fun! #WordsofWisdomQuotes

Robert Frost: Rejected by US publishers, the poet went to London where, with the help of Ezra Pound, his first book was released in 1913. By the time he came home, his verses on rural New England had won him fans on both sides of the ocean. Despite his celebration of the farming life, it really wasn't for him: Frost milked his cows as night so he could snooze in the morning.

life: “Happy World Poetry Day! Pictured here is the legendary poet Robert Frost - standing in a meadow during his visit to the Gloucester area of England where he lived as an expatriate, (Howard Sochurek—The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty.

Robert Frost: Rejected by US publishers, the poet went to London where, with the help of Ezra Pound, his first book was released in 1913. By the time he came home, his verses on rural New England had won him fans on both sides of the ocean. Despite his celebration of the farming life, it really wasn't for him: Frost milked his cows as night so he could snooze in the morning.

life: “Happy World Poetry Day! Pictured here is the legendary poet Robert Frost - standing in a meadow during his visit to the Gloucester area of England where he lived as an expatriate, (Howard Sochurek—The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty.