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f9488a8cf8 A summary of the Nine Stories . It includes two of his most famous short stories, "A Perfect Day for Bananafish" and "For Esm with Love and Squalor". 158-159 ^ a b Alexander, 1999, p. Salinger . T. References. Error The document has been removed from public access due to a copyright claim. At this impasse, Seymour casually proposes that they "catch a Bananafish" but Sybil coyly insists that Seymour choose between her and Sharon Lipschutz. At Maxwell's urging, Salinger embarked upon a major reworking of the piece, adding the opening section with Muriel's character, and crafting the material to provide insights into Seymour's tragic demise. Salinger, in frequent consultation with editor Gus Lobrano, revised the story numerous times throughout 1947, renaming it "A Fine Day for Bananafish". The New Yorker published the final version as "A Perfect Day for Bananafish" one year after Salinger had first submitted the manuscript..
Salinger, originally published in the January 31, 1948 issue of The New Yorker. "The Burial of the Dead" begins with an excerpt from Petronius Arbiter's Satyricon, which reads: "For once I saw with my own eyes the Cumean Sibyl hanging in a jar, and when the boys asked her, 'Sibyl, what do you want?' she answered, 'I want to die.'". Seymour affectionately kisses the arch of one of her feet, and returns her to shore, where she departs "without regrets.". Home>>Ebook. There, the two engage in an intriguing conversation, while Seymour prepares to go for a swim. Sybil selfishly reproaches Seymour for permitting another little girl, the "three and a half" year old Sharon Lipschutz to sit with him while he entertained guests performing on the lounge piano previous nights. It was anthologized in 1949's 55 Short Stories from the New Yorker, as well as in Salinger's 1953 collection, Nine Stories. "Sybil," he said, "I'll tell you what we'll do. (emphasis added) .