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Double Take 'Toons: Gone But Not Forgotten

NPR Double Take revisits 2010.

J.D. Salinger was the author of many books, but is best remembered for his classic novel The Catcher in the Rye. He was a famous recluse and stopped publishing his work after 1965. He was 91 years old.

Elizabeth Edwards, estranged wife of former senator and presidential candidate John Edwards, succumbed to cancer at the age of 61. Edwards was known for being a crusader in the fight against cancer, and speaking openly with the public about her husband's infidelity and the death of her teenage son.

Milt Prigee and Joe Heller pay tribute to J.D. Salinger and Elizabeth Edwards.

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