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Discussing Two Books in Important Literature
06-05-2020, 01:16 PM, (This post was last modified: 06-05-2020, 01:17 PM by travis.gore.79.)
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Discussing Two Books in Important Literature
Is it possible the book we are looking for is.

A Perfect Day for Bananafish
“Grab a banana”
Well the editor was William Maxwell (Maxwell Land Grant)

Salinger's decision to collaborate with Maxwell and The New Yorker staff in developing the story marked a major advance in his career and led to his entry into that echelon of elite writers at the journal.

Now I can work with the Banana Wars as well

Ernest Hemingway
“The old man and the sea”.
Is about a Cuban fisherman.
Cuba is a village in New Mexico
This is our entrance to the Cuban Missile Crisis

Just my thoughts. Bash away.
A subtle hint. He gives us the author and a book that they wrote. However it’s not really the book we want.


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