We humans grow so much intellectually, or are supposed to, that concepts or thoughts that seemed so profound at 15 or 23 often seem trite and banal at 30 or 55. But then, we're always growing, aren't we?
Maynard wrote in The New York Times last year: Maynard also addresses her memoir, At Home in the World, which was strongly
5. Beauty is rare, and worth holding onto. I am always saying "Glad to've met you" to somebody I'm not at all glad I met
In 2013, more than 400 e-book singles were published. So what were the best of the bunch that hit digital retail shelves over the past 12 months?
In the hands of a master like Salinger, spiritual dilemmas seem as perfectly suited to his characters as jealousy does to Shakespeare's Othello. Often denigrated as self-absorbed neurotics, they are undergoing upheavals and transformations that spiritual aspirants identify with.
NEW YORK - J. D. Salinger was the second man I ever loved. The first was my father, Fred, who couldn't -- or wouldn't -- love
Based on some reviews of the new documentary "Salinger," we recommend skipping out and watching Stephen Colbert's Book Club
Ricky and Caitlyn discuss J.D. Salinger's childhood home.
The biggest revelation in the new documentary Salinger is that The Catcher in the Rye author was not a recluse. Rather fame
** I'm sure Salinger is scowling about that, somewhere in the great beyond. But we're not here to talk about that. Instead