Rest In Privacy, J.D. Salinger

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Meeting J.D. Salinger — Courtesy Of A Rainstorm

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Historian Howard Zinn Remembered

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What Salinger Means To Me

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Author J.D. Salinger Remembered

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J.D. Salinger, The Voice Of Adolescent Angst, Dies

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J.D. Salinger, pictured in one of the few existing photographs of the author. The 1951 portrait was featured on the original dust jacket of The Catcher in the Rye. The Lotte Jacobi Collection/University of New Hampshire hide caption

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Remembering Revolutionary Writer Howard Zinn

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Reporter's Notebook: Friend Killed In Iraq Bombing

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A Farewell To Donald Bordelon, Katrina Survivor

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For Kate McGarrigle, Folk Music Was A Family Affair

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Remembering Authors Robert Parker, Erich Segal

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Kate McGarrigle came from one of those rare families that actually sing at home. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Folk Singer Kate McGarrigle Dies At 63

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India's Communist Patriarch Dies At 95

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Judi Chamberlin, an advocate for people with mental illness, died over the weekend at her home in Arlington, Mass., at the age of 65. Her 1978 book, On Our Own, became a manifesto for patients, and influenced the mental health establishment. Tom Olin/MindFreedom International hide caption

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Advocate For People With Mental Illnesses Dies

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