J. D Salinger
Two stories containing episodes from the life of the Glass family, with Seymour Glass, the oldest child, as the central character.
This book, a new edition in The Last Interview series, collects the rare, revealing, and essential public records of the elusive giant - from his very first interview to his last (a deposition in his lawsuit against his biographer Ian Hamilton, of all things) - to reveal a man fiercely resistant to the spotlight, but powerless to escape its glare. It is a must read for fans of Salinger and readers of classic 20th century American novels like To Kill...