Salinger in No Man’s Land

ScrantonReadsFeatureJoin us on  Monday, November 2 at 12 p.m. in the K. Bruce Sherbine Lounge at Penn State Worthington Scranton for a panel discussion entitled, Salinger in Man’s Land.
Like its famous protagonist, Salinger’s 1951 novel doesn’t seem to fit into the usual categories. Please join us for a wide-ranging conversation about what makes the book alternately, and simultaneously, banned and beloved in American society.
Matthew S. Hinton, MA, MFA, has authored several plays and is Coordinator of Writing at Misericordia University. His collection of detective poetry, entitled “Instant Deaths and Stutter Guns,” is forthcoming.
Richard Hancuff, PhD, teaches English at Misericordia University, where he specializes in 20th-century American and African American literature. He also serves on the board of Poetry in Transit, a nonprofit dedicated to promoting poetry in public spaces.

For more information, please contact Dr. Kelley Wagers:

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