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If you are looking for short stories I would recommend theses authors: Grimm Brothers, Joseph Conrad, Ernest Hemingway, J.D. Salinger, ALbert Camus, Mc Knight Malmar, Flannery O' Connor, and John Cheever.

A decent list, yes. But add Edgar Alan Poe to the top of that list.

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It is about his journey into adult hood and how it is people's undoing, falling off the cliff, to grow up. The book is really complex and I suggest it to any young adult. Try spark notes.

I read it a few years ago... I think I just wasn't intense enough for it :P

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To be honest, I thought it sucked, too. It was hip to read it when I was in high school so I did. I had friends who loved it, embraced it. I never understood why. Maybe it was the *masturbation.

* In the book, not by my friends. Though I'm sure they...nevermind.

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Even tho I have been an avid reader all my life, I have never read Catcher In The Rye. I have threatened to many times but never did. Don't know why I didn't. The only reason I wanted to read it anyway was to see what all the hoop La was about. They removed it from my HS library. I think that was why I wanted to read it :laughing:

Now Madame Bovary I did read as a teen and I did like it :D

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