ARCHIVED: Literature Faculty Member Nicolaus Mills

Monday, February 8, 2010

In an opinion article in , Literature faculty member Nicolaus Mills provides evidence that J.D. Salinger might not have thought so harshly of his ability to teach college students, as he suggested in an interview with the editor of the New Yorker in 1951, had he known that the Sarah Lawrence students and professor who heard and observed him thought just the opposite.