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The Art of Literary Thieving:
Copyright 2009 William Glasser

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The author and publisher acknowledge with gratitude the permission received to use materials from the following essays previously published by the author.

“Moby Dick.” Sewanee Review, vol. 77, no. 3 (Summer 1969).

“The Catcher in the Rye.” Michigan Quarterly Review (Fall 1976).

Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data

Glasser, William, 1932—
The art of literary thieving : The catcher in the rye, Moby-Dick, and Hamlet / by William A. Glasser.
           p. cm.
     Includes bibliographical references and index.
     ISBN 978-1-60497-622-9 (alk. paper)
1. Influence (Literary, artistic, etc.)
2. Reality in literature.
3. Shakespeare, William, 1564–1616—Influence.
4. Melville, Herman, 1819–1891—Influence.
5. Free will and determinism in literature.
6. Salinger, J. D. (Jerome David, 1919– Catcher in the rye.
7. Melville, Herman, 1819–1891. Moby Dick.
8. Shakespeare, William, 1564–1616. Hamlet. I. Title.

     PN56.I593G56 2009
     813'.3—dc22

2009016905