Slight Rebellion Off Madison
|Slight Rebellion Off Madison|
|Original publication source||The New Yorker|
|Original publication date||December, 1946|
|I'm Crazy||A Young Girl in 1941 with No Waist at All|
- "Look, Sally. How would you like to just beat it? Here's my idea. I'll borrow Fred Halsey's car and tomorrow morning we'll drive up to Massachusetts and Vermont and around there, see? It's beautiful. I mean it's wonderful up there, honest to God. We'll stay in these cabin camps and stuff like that till my money runs out."
- (December 1946) Slight Rebellion Off Madison. The New Yorker 22: 76-79 or 82-86.
- Reprinted in:
- Inverted Forest (Japanese)
- Wonderful Town: New York Stories from the New Yorker by David Remnick (New York: Random House, 2000)
- The Complete New Yorker