The story that did the trick, Salinger told a friend in a letter, was called "A Male Goodbye."
By the time Salinger sat down to write a story titled "Mrs. Hincher," he was deeply frustrated.
I would like to read what Salinger has to say about health and nutrition.
So if you are tempted to see the Salinger documentary or read the Salinger book—if you feel that zing—by all means, go ahead.
Salinger did not always think it essential to keep his personal views to himself.
Salinger hated it, and swore never to cooperate with Hollywood again.
In his dedication to Franny and Zooey, Salinger describes himself as “hopelessly flamboyant.”
By the time Collier's turned "Ocean" down, Salinger's book was pretty much complete.
A woman gives the soldier a bouquet of flowers, and Salinger seems so touched, he removes his hat.
The few accounts we have, though contradictory and hardly reliable, indicate that Salinger never stopped writing.