It's not like he's going to break his silence with a Twitter feed). This one is a forum for all things Salinger-related. It's not that pretty to look at, but contains useful information.
This website contains e-text of virtually all of Salinger's work, from The Catcher in the Rye to his little-known and unpublished stories.
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The Guardian, a U.K. newspaper, has helpfully and hilariously condensed the entire text into a few paragraphs, complete with British slang. Read this for laughs, but we can't quite recommend that you use it as a study guide.
Holden says that inside this New York institution, "it always smelled like it was raining outside, even if it wasn't, and you were in the only nice, dry, cosy place in the world." This is completely true. The deer and the Indians are still there, only now there's a cool website to help you plan your visit as well.
Want to retrace his steps? Here's a handy itinerary of the places Caulfield visited on his three-day tour of New York. Check out the lousy show at Rockefeller Center, the spooky wing of the Metropolitan Museum of Art and all the goddamn phonies on Fifth Avenue.