Both Parties Concerned

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"Both Parties Concerned" is a short story by J. D. Salinger, first published in the Saturday Evening Post on February 26, 1944.[1] The story chronicles a young couple's struggles to mature from adolescence and the conflicts they encounter raising a baby.

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  1. ^ Narrative voice in JD Salinger's" both Parties Concerned" and" I'm Crazy."W.F. Purcell.Studies in Short Fiction, 1996