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J.D. Salinger, who scorned computers, technology, and the Internet, might be spinning in his grave at the news that his work is going digital. Almost ten years after his death, Salinger’s books are now available in eBook format. In an article on BBC.com, Writer’s Relief learned that the catalyst for this decision came when the author’s son, Matt, received a letter from a disabled woman who had a difficult time reading print. In order to make his father’s work more accessible to all readers, Matt decided to finally allow the books to be offered as eBooks.
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