Raise High the Roof Beam, Carpenters: And Seymour, an Introduction Paperback – August 1, 1981
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I think you will need to like the Glass Family to read either of these stories, like, really like them, even though a lot of them are problematic and unlikeable. I liked Seymour in particular, and I adore Buddy's love for Seymour as a brother, so these two stories really reached out to me and gave me the closure I needed since Seymour's death in Bananafish.
Of the two, the better written story is no doubt Raise High, but the more personal one, the one I connected with, was Seymour: An Introduction.
Seeing that I sent my extra copy off to a friend, you can bet I would recommend this to people!
The second story, "Seymore, an Introduction," gets bogged down, but it's still quite good.