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...Catcher in the Rye’. Salinger’s sued, and in the defense Colting said that he was parodying the work of Salinger essentially. This argument by Colting was trashed by the court, which ruled in essence that there is no original creation in the act of extending the life of an existing literary character into the present time, as Colting did in imagining an older Caulfield, where the distinctiveness of the character’s personality traits for instance are preserved, and can be seen as being... ? J.D. Salinger v. Fredrik Colting 641 F. Supp. 2d 250 In this case, Colting was said to have written a novel whose key character, Mr. C, is said to have been patterned after Holden Caulfield in JD Salinger’s ‘The...