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From the Feuilletons

from 05.02.2010

Die Tageszeitung 30.01.2010

In an obituary to J.D. Salinger, Ulf Ermann Ziegler tries to explain what made the writer so singular. "He was against the city and for the countryside, against marriage and for experimentation. Of course, there would have been no J. D. Salinger without Rousseau or Thoreau, without ...

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