J.D. Salinger’s Published Works

I recently read a biography of J.D. Salinger, and, despite being largely disappointing, it did contain (in entirely unorganized ways) what I’m hoping is the entire list of Salinger’s stories. Here it is, for safe keeping…

  • “The Young Folks”, Story, March/Apr. 1940
  • “Go See Eddie”, University of Kansas City Review, Dec. 1940
  • “The Hang of It”, Collier’s, July 12, 1941
  • “The Heart of the Broken Story”, Esquire, Sept. 1941
  • “The Long Debut of Lois Taggett”, Story, Sep./Oct. 1942
  • “Personal Notes on an Infantryman”, Collier’s, Dec. 12, 1942
  • “The Varioni Brothers”, Saturday Evening Post, July 17, 1943
  • “Both Parties Concerned”, Saturday Evening Post, Feb. 26, 1944
  • “Soft-Boiled Sergeant”, Saturday Evening Post, Apr. 15, 1944
  • “The Last Day of the Last Furlough”, Saturday Evening Post, July 15, 1944
  • “Once a Week Won’t Kill You”, Story, Nov/Dec 1944
  • “A Boy In France”, Saturday Evening Post, March 31, 1945
  • “Elaine”, Story, 1945
  • “This Sandwich Has No Mayonnaise”, Esquire, Oct. 1945
  • “The Stranger”, Collier’s, Dec. 1, 1945
  • “I’m Crazy”, Collier’s, Dec. 22, 1945
  • “Slight Rebellion Off Madison”, New Yorker, Dec. 21, 1946
  • “A Young Girl in 1941 With No Waist At All”, Mademoiselle, May 1947
  • “The Inverted Forest”, Cosmopolitan, December 1947
  • “A Perfect Day for Bananafish”, New Yorker, Jan. 31, 1948
  • “A Girl I Knew”, Good Housekeeping, Feb. 1948
  • “Uncle Wiggly in Connecticut”, New Yorker, March 20, 1948
  • “Just Before the War With the Eskimos”, New Yorker, June 5, 1948
  • “Blue Melody”, Cosmopolitan, Sept. 1948
  • “The Laughing Man”, New Yorker, March 19, 1949
  • “Down at the Dinghy”, Harper’s, Apr. 1949
  • “For Esme With Love and Squalor”, New Yorker, Apr. 8, 1950
  • “Teddy”, New Yorker, Jan. 31, 1953
  • “Franny”, New Yorker, Jan. 29, 1955
  • “Raise High the Roof Beam, Carpenters”, New Yorker, Nov. 19, 1955
  • “Zooey”, New Yorker, May 4, 1957
  • “Seymour, An Introduction”, New Yorker, June 6, 1958
  • “Hopworth 16, 1924″, New Yorker, June 19, 1965