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As revealing today as when it was first published, this brilliant novel by the nFL vs. Clarret author of Picture This expresses the concerns of an entire generation in its black comedy. And what happened to those remarkable characters? "Critic's Notebook; Questioning the Provenance of the Iconic Catch-22 ". 30 Adaptations edit Opening title of the film adaptation Selected releases edit This list covers the first and most recent printed publications by the original publisher Simon Schuster as well as all other formats. Jstor online access Joseph Heller, Catch 22 (Simon Schuster, New York. A b Podgorski, Daniel. The separate storylines are out of sequence so the timeline develops along with the plot.