J. D. Salinger
From there Salinger went on to military school and was eventually drafted into World War 2. He was on Utah Beach on D.Day. He fought in the Battle of the Bulge and liberated a concentration camp. All the while, writing short stories with themes of: alienation, depression, and loss of innocence. What an imagination.
Jerome David Salinger (1919-2010), better known as J. D. Salinger, is the author of The Catcher in The Rye as well as many short stories, two of which form his novella Franny and Zooey. He was famous for being reclusive and having numerous relationships with women in their late teens and early twenties, including writer Joyce Maynard.
J. D. Salinger provides examples of the following tropes: