Joseph Heller, shown in 1974, wrote “Catch-22.” One of the most quoted war novels of all time, it was released in 1961.
Joseph Heller, shown in 1974, wrote “Catch-22.” One of the most quoted war novels of all time, it was released in 1961. Jerry Mosey Associated Press file
Joseph Heller, shown in 1974, wrote “Catch-22.” One of the most quoted war novels of all time, it was released in 1961. Jerry Mosey Associated Press file

Between the Lines: On Memorial Day, two books are classic reminders

May 27, 2016 04:37 PM

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