[BOOKS] ⚣ Three Early Stories By J.D. Salinger – Web-info-12.info
Il primo racconto fenomenale, il resto un po meno Ma stiamo parlando sempre di quella vecchia sagoma di JD Salinger. A Young And Ambitious Writer Named Jerome David Salinger Set His Goals Very High Very Early In His Career He Almost Desperately Wished To Publish His Early Stories In The New Yorker Magazine, The Pinnacle, He Felt, Of America S Literary World But Such Was Not To Be For Several Long Years And The Length Of One Long World War The New Yorker, Whose Tastes In Literary Matters Were And Remain Notoriously Prim And Fickle, Was Not Quite Ready For This Brash And Over Confident Newcomer With The Cynical Worldview And His Habit Of Slangy Dialogue But Other Magazines Were Quick To Recognize A New Talent, A Fresh Voice At A Time When The World Verged On Madness Story Magazine, An Esteemed And Influential Small Circulation Journal Devoted Exclusively To The Art Of The Short Story And Still Active And Respected Today, Was The First Publication To Publish The Name J.D Salinger And The Story The Young Folks In 1940, An Impressive View Of New York S Cocktail Society And Two Young People Talking Past One Another, Their Conversation Almost Completely Meaningless And Empty His Next Short Story Was Published In A College Journal, The University Of Kansas City Review Go See Eddie Is A Tale Of Quiet Menace As An Unsavory Male Character Gradually Turns Up The Pressure On A Young Lady To See A Man Named Eddie Also Published In 1940, The Story Is Notable For The Backstory That Is Omitted A Technique That Hemingway Used To Great Effect Four Years Later Toward The End Of Salinger S War Experience Saw The Publication Of Once A Week Won T Kill You, Again In Story Magazine Ostensibly About A Newly Minted Soldier Trying To Tell An Aging Aunt He Is Going Off To War, Some May See The Story As A Metaphor For Preparing One S Family For The Possibility Of Wartime Death Devault Graves Digital Editions, A Publisher That Specializes In Reprinting The Finest In American Period Literature, Is Proud To Bring You This Anthology By One Of America S Most Innovative And Inspiring Authors. Apparently a lot of people haven t gotten the word that the first official and legit J.D Salinger book in 50 years has been released But here it is Salinger s first two published short stories from 1940 and another story from 1944 In my opinion Salinger showed his great talent from the first His clever use of dialogue infused with slang and leaving e So this is our first taste of what Salinger kept hidden from the world I have to say, the suspicion that his unpublished works are not good is entirely false, Salinger proves that he remained the master of short story as a form Let me express my opinion on each of the stories An Ocean Full of Bowling Balls is obviously the most important story as it is a prequel to The Catcher in the Rye and focuses on Holden s brothers and gives an outside view of him as a person too The story is moving So this is our first taste of what Salinger kept hidden from the world I have to say, the suspicion that his unpublis . Ioho cercato di, di trattenermi C ho provato, lo giuro Non volevo far la corsa, Non dignitoso mi son detta No no no Cosa ti metti l a correre come una scalmanata Porta pazienza, pi avanti te lo leggi, dai Poi ho abbassato le difese, maledetta a me arrivata la primavera, la pressione scende, fa caldo, i chili di troppo, i maglioni stesi al sole mi deprimono, i manuali ..