Is J.D. Salinger the Ayn Rand for sensitive types, i.e. someone you read at 14 and think has all the answers only to learn later by living life that it was a big bunch of crap? It says here yes. Anyway, click to discover the titles of his unpublished works, according to that new documentary about him. I am particularly looking forward to their release, when we get a nonstop orgy of everyone complaining about how these books don't have the same "magic" as Catcher in the Rye or Raise High the Roof Beam, Carpenters, because in a lot of ways J.D. Salinger is the George Lucas for sensitive types, i.e. you are a child when you are first exposed to his stuff and because you are a child you think it's incredible, but when you encounter more of it as an adult you blame the material rather than the fact that it was always hokey as shit, and it's not that it got any worse, it's just that you got smarter, but to acknowledge that would be to betray your own innocence etc. Try to keep that in mind, thanks.