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Lists with This Book. Jan 26, Noor Baher rated it it was amazing Shelves: Finally, I got the chance to read something by Salinger. I consider myself as the luckiest human being, because it's so hard to find this collection. This book gave me so much more than just the story-line..

Definitely one of my favorite books and clearly a must-read. View all 4 comments. Jun 05, Laura rated it it was amazing. Dec 07, Brian rated it it was amazing. The book has stories that were originally published in magazines. The text is extremely small. The book is a paperback with a solid blue cover. A white paper sleeve surrounds the book where each story is listed and annotated with bibliographic inform 22 Stories is a must read for any J. A white paper sleeve surrounds the book where each story is listed and annotated with bibliographic information.

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Feb 09, Ivy Catherine added it. View all 3 comments. May 22, Mallika Mahidhar rated it really liked it. I can hardly believe I am done reading all of Salinger's published works. A lot of stories in this collection talk ab I can hardly believe I am done reading all of Salinger's published works. Some of my favourites from this collection are: I have been trying to figure out why I love Salinger so much and I haven't come to any definite answer yet. As a Salinger fan this collection of tales was the only remaining thing that I had to read.

The quality of the stories is not the same as in Salinger's great works but there are interesting things in the book. The story " The heart of a broken story" is my favourite and I think is wonderfully good. I think that through these sto As a Salinger fan this collection of tales was the only remaining thing that I had to read. I think that through these stories we also learn about Salinger's life because topics as army life, loneliness or broken hearts are seen through the pages of this book. It includes the following 22 short stories--complete: The CD also includes 46 rare photos of J. Jun 03, Thomas Tyrer rated it really liked it.

I watched the documentary "Salinger" and felt compelled to track down and read these 22 uncollected stories. Similar to the published collection "Nine Stories," these 22 offer a very insightful glimpse into the masquerade of class and veneer of wealth and civil "breeding.

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The Complete Uncollected Stories

I enjoyed all the stories, which aren't really all that diverse, each one proves I watched the documentary "Salinger" and felt compelled to track down and read these 22 uncollected stories. I enjoyed all the stories, which aren't really all that diverse, each one proves equally as compelling. I especially enjoyed the stories that extended the Caulfield family. A must for any Salinger fan.

Jul 28, Matthew rated it it was amazing. Xerox every page for yourself.

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May 14, Sophia rated it it was amazing Shelves: Technically I don't have a hard copy of this who does? I'm particularly in love with "The Inverted Forest".

The Complete Uncollected Stories by J.D. Salinger

Jan 09, Jennifer rated it it was amazing. Got this book at Michigan Fest around Apr 09, Mr. Dec 27, Kelly rated it really liked it.

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Over all, two-and-a-half stars. But the best stories make the collection worth reading, save the last meandering story that annoyed me to no end. High society, New Yorkers, parties, restless somethings staying up until 4am, mismatched lovers who rushed into marriage, precocious kids, deaths in the family and, one of the largest characters imaginable, World War II. The PDF version I downloaded online is arranged in a sensible order--see the end of this review for the order--that has a rise and Over all, two-and-a-half stars.

The PDF version I downloaded online is arranged in a sensible order--see the end of this review for the order--that has a rise and fall to it, far better than the version that has the stories in chronological order of when they were published…though that version does help make sense of why some are worse than others, having been published earlier and presumably written earlier than the others. The earliest ones were published in , before the U. At times the characters are soldiers returning from or reporting for duty, at times the military is the subject in the foreground, but the best stories are the ones where the war is the subject everyone is holding their breath and trying very hard to avoid thinking or talking about.

Nearly all of the stories seem great in synopsis form, but the older style of writing sometimes get in the way for me as a reader today. I say this not as a commentary on the inherent value of the stories, but rather their personal value to me. This particular PDF that collects the stories has loads of typos, falsely placed quotation marks, line breaks and margins that change.

It is mildly annoying, but not overly distracting. He crumples an article about an actress delighted to meet a real soldier and reads a letter from a female admirer back home. The brother is a well-connected type with some influence, possibly a producer. The sister is a performer tired of background roles and who is fickle with her affections. Holden is in the Army and missing at age I don't mean to be tiresome, but you men from the last was, you all agree that war is hell, but--I don't know--you all seem to think yourselves a little superior for having been participants in it.

Now he knew he had to give her his. Later reworked into Catcher in the Rye. Meta, witty, heartstring-tugging, fantastic. The boy now a man runs off with an admirer who has lied extensively about herself in order to get close to the married couple. One of the two longer stories. After some strange abusive behavior, she leaves him. After wandering a bit, she settles down with a dope who she tries to change to her liking.

She has his baby, the baby dies and she stops trying to change him. Though it seems unfocused and winding, there may be something bubbling under the surface here. Or maybe it's just a sad story. Babe is out of the service and spending a day with his kid sister, Mattie. His mind began to hear the old Bakewell Howard's rough, fine horn playing.

Then he began to hear the music of the unrecoverable years: He assumed too confidently that you did. While struggling with the information that Holden is missing in action, Vincent must dismiss some soldiers when too many signed up for a dance across town with some girls.

The Caulfield parents were stars of the stage. Briefly mentions the Varioni brothers. Even at age seven, Seymour had all the insufferably long-winded, wordy, overly critical and pompous nature featured in the other Glass family story, Seymour: My review could be summed up by a sentence from the seven-year-old Seymour: Sep 16, Sandy Brown Jensen rated it it was amazing. The book is a collection of oral histories sorry—ho hum , which was then made into an eponymous documentary by the same team.

Once having ho-hummed the book honestly, who cares how many testicles the man had? Or if he was bad at poker or bad in bed or if his wife was a Gestapo agent? I set the book aside and pick up my journal and write from memory: Salinger quote takes me back to Berkeley, when his Uncollected Short Stories first hit the streets. The pirated editions of the Uncollected Short Stories, which Salinger had pulled off the streets as fast as he could, showed earlier imaginings of both the Glass Family storylines and characters.

I remember being so delighted Hey! I was an English major! Seymour was some kind of spiritual savant, a professor at Columbia at 20 years old, and then his fragile, hypersensitive soul had to fight in Europe in It requires a less wishy-washy character than the one available to me. My God, however, on the other side of the ledger, it is a pure fact that you are utterly haunting persons in simple retrospect!

How we miss every excitable, emotional face among you!

Nothing That Meets the Eye: The Uncollected Stories of Patricia Highsmith

I was born without any great support in the event of continued absence of loved ones. It is a simple, nagging, humorous fact that my independence is skin deep…. Hemingway believed that the only sensible response to modern life was to withdraw into oneself, and he invented a prose style that reflected his theme: I love Hemingway for being Hemingway. But you have to admit that anyone who tries to write like him ends up sounding like a competitor for the Bad Hemingway contest. Nor do I want to read anyone who takes as many verbal and mental picnics as Salinger; I want to read Salinger for that.

I also think I saw a lot of myself as a young woman growing up in the s and 70s wanna be Ivy league educational system as a member of the Glass Family. Everyone in the Glass Family — parents and seven siblings — were all so emotionally fragile and artistically gifted that they could be easily shattered, or they could see clearly through the windows of their vitrine souls into the beauty and horror of the world. I saw myself as just about that nervy, too. He must have been thrilled to have it published in The New Yorker and then devastated by the critical backlash because after that, he withdrew into his famous isolation, a fractured glass if not completely broken.

Romano discusses in his essay that the Salinger estate may reveal that the author worked the Glass Family saga for the rest of his life, everyone growing older along with the author. Even the parts of their lives that he may not write about, he needs to know. He fills in the facts as diligently as a parent, keeping up to date with the scrapbooks. This review is from my book review web site: A quanto pare leggeremo qualcosa di nuovo tra il e il Part I Early Stories consists of stories written from to , the first three of which were published while she was an undergraduate at Barnard College, and Part II Middle and Later Stories covers the period from to Most of these stories were found after her death in They were stored in a linen closet, like something you would expect to read in one of her stories.

Their loss, our gain. It is almost scary considering Ms. They offer remarkable insight to psychologically disturbed individuals. The shocking loneliness eliminates the need for violence in these opening tales. Some of her stories are light, almost whimsical, but yet retain a look into the disturbing tone. The latter will strike a cord with any wife that reads it. The Trouble with Mrs. Blynn, the Trouble with the World is a tender story that pulls at your heart and at the same time reflects the flaws of people that we see every day.

It may or may not have been a bit prescient. A Very Nice Man will creep out any parent, in more ways than one. That is what you will find in the titled story. We meet an average looking middle-aged woman who has lead a relatively uneventful life that unexpected finds herself the center of attention of every man and many of the women when she visits an alpine ski resort.

Jan 03, Jonathan rated it it was amazing. Posthumous publications can be a little worrying. Sometimes they are kept back by the author because they didn't think that they were up to scratch, sometimes they are 'lost', sometimes incomplete. Sometimes there is no explicable reason, and that is surely the case here. Admittedly several of the stories had been published, some in translation but not in English, others in journals, but never in a collection until now, and most not at all. Whatever the reason for each one, I am glad that they a Posthumous publications can be a little worrying.

Whatever the reason for each one, I am glad that they are now available in this satisfyingly large collection, and most easily compare with the best of Patricia Highsmith's previous short stories. Mar 04, Jon Cohen rated it it was amazing. Patricia Highsmith may be best known for her portrayal of full-blown psychopaths like "The Talented Mr. Ripley", but her talents spanned a much wider range. She had a genius for misdirection and the unreliable point of view, and created a host of unforgettable characters.

In the ear Patricia Highsmith may be best known for her portrayal of full-blown psychopaths like "The Talented Mr. She could also write more sweetly than some people know, as is the case with "A Bird in Hand" and "Born Failure". This is a wonderful collection of stories from a great writer. To my embarrassment, I didn't realise that the author of this collection recommended to me by a friend , had also written the Ripley stories, and Strangers on a Train.

That said, my preference is to know nothing of an author or their book before embarking into something they've written. This is a set of "uncollected" short stories, published posthumously. They start terribly well, the early stories living up to Graham Greene's endorsement of her ability to create worlds "claustrophobic and irra To my embarrassment, I didn't realise that the author of this collection recommended to me by a friend , had also written the Ripley stories, and Strangers on a Train.

They start terribly well, the early stories living up to Graham Greene's endorsement of her ability to create worlds "claustrophobic and irrational which we enter each time with a sense of personal danger" one beautiful example below. My unhappiness with the book overall is my unhappiness with short stories in general. They set a scene but leave you wanting and the longer it goes on the more difficult it is to pick the book up again between stories.

I am very much aware that this may be related to my own diminishing attention span and relative lack of intelligence of course. The Guardian's review of the paperback version was very warm but noted a "stinker" of a review in the TLS which apparently suggested that the work wouldn't pass muster on a creative writing course. I am not lonely so much as terribly alone , he thought. For though he could honestly say he had so many friends, old friends and new friends, to a man and to a woman they bored him and served only to impress upon him that the rut he was in, lest he think it was only the sinecure of a job so comfortable he would never leave it, included the whole of what composed his life.

Sep 13, Hanna rated it liked it. I skimmed through the stories and read a few that captured me from the beginning. I've always been impressed with Patricia Highsmith. Y se trata de dos cuentos realmente bonitos. Feb 23, Emily rated it really liked it Recommends it for: Patricia Highsmith is most known for her impeccably sinister "Ripley" novels, but this book is arguably just as worth reading.

A collection of short stories, many previously unpublished, "Nothing That Meets the Eye" is as a canon subtly chilling. Highsmith cautiously engages her readers with likable, familiar characters whose experiences in her stories are unexpected but still somehow realistic. A master of the psychological thriller- no cheesy slasher flick gore here- Highsmith makes you be afr Patricia Highsmith is most known for her impeccably sinister "Ripley" novels, but this book is arguably just as worth reading.

A master of the psychological thriller- no cheesy slasher flick gore here- Highsmith makes you be afraid not of the monster under the bed but the one in bed with you or next door cooking dinner for her children. Her insight into the human psyche is profound. This book continues her reign as Queen of Scary. Jan 07, Sydney rated it really liked it. A collection of short stories by an author I had never heard of before my father-in-law lent me this book.

She was a prolific writer and apparent perfectionist. These stories were gathered after her death and had never been published before. She wrote several stories and novels that were made into films including including HItchcock's Strangers on a Train and The Talented Mr. Her stories are described as psychological thrillers and I would agree that there is nearly constantly a feeling A collection of short stories by an author I had never heard of before my father-in-law lent me this book. Her stories are described as psychological thrillers and I would agree that there is nearly constantly a feeling of foreboding in her works.

Her stories circle the globe but the human element of fear, unbelonging, and unhappiness is universal and present in all her work. Nov 07, Coalbanks rated it really liked it. Better as a short story writer than a novelist? She had the ability to create very true characters, many of them too sensitive or too coarse or too neurotic to allow the reader to be too comfortable with them. Which prooves her ability to create characters. Aug 14, Carrie rated it liked it. The book is divided into two parts: It was really interested to see Highsmith's style develop over the course of so many years.

While there's a disturbing psychological element to all of her short stories, the later ones introduce a much darker side. I'm a huge fan of the Tom Ripley series and felt like I could see Highsmith experimenting with ideas in short story form that would eventually be included in Ripley. Dec 08, Sarah rated it it was amazing. Right before I left the UC, I made a new book-friend, Kathy, who shares my fondness for Highsmith, and she gave me this volume. The collection is pretty amazing, as it has a bunch of stuff I'd never seen or heard of before, a lot of it weird in the Highsmithiest of ways.

I can't bear to put it up on one of our tall bookshelves, so it's still sitting out, which must mean I want to read it all over again sometime soon. Mar 19, Monsieurvenus rated it it was amazing. Estoy convencida de que no todas las historias son de cinco estrellas, pero si estas son las historias rechazadas o no publicadas anteriormente This is sort of the B-sides collection and it reads like that. There are some gems in here and all of them are solid stories but just wasn't as awesome as the other volume. Definitely read it though if you're into this woman. Strangers on a Train was genius.

Jun 14, Cher rated it it was amazing Shelves: These short stories are each profoundly different from one another, yet complete worlds unto themselves. I find her discipline within the short story format to be much greater than with her novels. At least half the stories in this large collection took my very breath away. Jun 30, Alice rated it really liked it. A new York times Notable Book.

Highsmeith is an intelligent. Ripley series who knows how to tell an enthralling murder mystery - or psychological narratives as they are sometimes called. Good for those nights when you can't get to sleep. Apr 29, Sam rated it really liked it. This posthumous collection of mostly unpublished stories is surprisingly good.

Still, readers who aren't already fans should start with her novels. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Patricia Highsmith was an American novelist who is known mainly for her psychological crime thrillers which have led to more than two dozen film adaptations over the years. She lived with her grandmother, mother and later step-father her mother divorced her natural father six months before 'Patsy' was born and married Stanley Highsmith in Fort Worth before moving with her parents to New York in Patricia Highsmith was an American novelist who is known mainly for her psychological crime thrillers which have led to more than two dozen film adaptations over the years.

She lived with her grandmother, mother and later step-father her mother divorced her natural father six months before 'Patsy' was born and married Stanley Highsmith in Fort Worth before moving with her parents to New York in but returned to live with her grandmother for a year in Shortly after graduation her short story 'The Heroine' was published in the Harper's Bazaar magazine and it was selected as one of the 22 best stories that appeared in American magazines in and it won the O Henry award for short stories in During this period of her life she lived variously in New York and Mexico.

Her first suspense novel 'Strangers on a Train' published in was an immediate success with public and critics alike. The novel has been adapted for the screen three times, most notably by Alfred Hitchcock in In her anti-hero Tom Ripley appeared in the splendid 'The Talented Mr Ripley', a book that was awarded the Grand Prix de Litterature Policiere as the best foreign mystery novel translated into French in This book, too, has been the subject of a number of film versions.

Along with her acclaimed series about Ripley, she wrote 22 novels and eight short story collections plus many other short stories, often macabre, satirical or tinged with black humour.


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She also wrote one novel, non-mystery, under the name Claire Morgan, plus a work of non-fiction 'Plotting and Writing Suspense Fiction' and a co-written book of children's verse, 'Miranda the Panda Is on the Veranda'. She latterly lived in England and France and was more popular in England than in her native United States.