The original cover art for the first edition (1951) of this hugely successful and popular novel was created by E. Michael Mitchell, Canadian-born artist and one of J.D. Salinger's very few close friends. Salinger typically resisted cover art, as he did not want the reader to be influenced unduly by it - so we can only assume he approved of his friend's work, which draws its inspiration from the carousel horse, featured towards the end of the novel.
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