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Salinger dead: Will now give interviews to all

Reclusive author J. D. Salinger, who was almost as well known for being, well, reclusive, as he was for penning “The Catcher in the Rye,” has died. Salinger had lived for years in an isolated part of New England, and steadfastly refused to communicate with anyone other than Paul Lynde and Bob Denver. When those two major talents preceded him into the “great beyond,” Salinger’s agent acknowledged that “it was only a matter of time before the master would follow.”

However, it appears now that J. D. has died, he has rethought his entire “reclusive thing,” and maybe be willing “for modest remuneration” to give selected interviews to such highly-touted journals as The Atlantic, The New York Times Magazine and Highlights For Juniors, along with TMZ.

“We are open to whomever is willing to open their wallets,” said his agent, in a moment of clarity.

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Written by mytabloids

January 29, 2010 at 11:10 am

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