Postscript: J. D. Salinger: Back Issues. J.
D. Salinger has died. From 1946 to 1965, Salinger published thirteen stories in The New Yorker, including such classics as “A Perfect Day for Bananafish” and “Raise High the Roof Beam, Carpenters.” There will be much more to come online and in next week’s magazine, but for now, read Salinger’s stories, available to subscribers through our digital edition: “Slight Rebellion Off Madison” (December 21, 1946) “A Perfect Day for Bananafish” (January 31, 1948) “Uncle Wiggly in Connecticut” (March 20, 1948) “Just Before the War with the Eskimos” (June 5, 1948) “The Laughing Man” (March 19, 1949) “For Esmé—With Love and Squalor” (April 8, 1950) “Pretty Mouth and Green My Eyes” (July 14, 1951) “Teddy” (January 31, 1953) “Franny” (January 29, 1955) “Raise High the Roof Beam, Carpenters” (November 19, 1955) “Zooey” (May 4, 1957) “Seymour: An Introduction” (June 6, 1959) “Hapworth 16, 1924” (June 19, 1965) Please share your thoughts about Salinger in the comments below.
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