New Directions Publishing, Inc.
A Checklist:


John A. Harrison, Director
Years 1946-1950
with Anne Marie Candido

1946

1. Alain-Fournier, Henri (1886-1914). The Wanderer. xx, 306. 12/10/1946. Tr. from French: Françoise Delisle. Fre. title: Le grand Meaulnes. Intro: Havelock Ellis. J: AL. P: VB. First published by Houghton Mifflin in 1928. Plates leased from HM. Novel. Series: NC 16.

2. Barnes, Djuna (1892-1982) . Nightwood. (LC 49-1384) xii, 212 pp. Intro: T. S. Eliot. J: AL. First published by Harcourt Brace, 1937. Novel. Series: NC 11. See also 1949, 1961 (NDP98).

3. Baudelaire, Charles (1821-1867). Flowers of Evil. (LC 48-126) xx, 116 pp. Intro: Enid Starkie. Tr. from French: Geoffrey Wagner. Fre. texts from Les fleurs du mal. J: AL. P: GO. Bilingual. Series: NC 17. See also 1955, 1958 (NDP71), 1963, 1989 (NDP684).

4. Creekmore, Hubert (1907-1966). The Long Reprieve and Other Poems from New Caledonia. (LC 47-6463) xii, 68 pp. 12/23/1946. Intro: Selden Rodman. D&J: GWV. P: VVP.

5. Farrell, James Thomas (1904-1979). The Fate of Writing in America. (LC 46-4827) 32 pp. J: RL. Photo reprint from ND9. Series: NDPa.

6. Flores, Angel (Editor) (b. 19--). The Kafka Problem. (LC 46-11973) xii, 468 pp. Illus. Four photos of Kafka. J: GH. P: ABSP. An anthology of criticism by forty writers.

7. Fowlie, Wallace (b. 1908). Rimbaud. 1946. (LC 46-5998) 160 pp. Frontispiece: photo of Rimbaud as a boy. J: JL. Joint production with Denis Dobson (London). Literary criticism.

8. Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von (1749-1832). Faust (Part I). Tr. from German: Carlyle F. MacIntyre. Illus: Rockwell Kent Photo reprint. Smaller format. See also 1941, 1949, 1957 (NDP70).

9. Hölderlin, Friedrich, 1770-1843. Some Poems of Friedrich Hölderlin. Trans from German: Frederic Prokosch. Reprint ed.: SMP. See also 1943.

10. Isherwood, Christopher (1904-1986). The Memorial: Portrait of a Family. (LC 47-3152) 294 pp. 11/15/1946. J: RL. P: GO. Photo offset from Hogarth Press (London) ed. Novel.

11. Kafka, Franz (1883-1924). Amerika. (A48-8118) x, 280 pp. Tr. from German: Edwin Muir. D: JL. J: AL. P: VB. Series: NC 10. See also 1940, 1962 (NDP117).

12. Laughlin, James (Editor) (1914-1997). New Directions 9. xxiv, 416 pp. J: RL. P: VB.

13. Lowry, Robert James (b. 1919). Casualty. (LC 46-7271) 153 pp. 11/10/1946. D&J: RL. P: ABSP. Novel.

14. Merton, Thomas (1915-1968). A Man in the Divided Sea. (LC 46-7485) 156 pp. D: DK. J: RL. P: BRMP.

15. Miller, Henry (1891-1980). The Colossus of Maroussi. 244 pp. D&J: Jane Grabhorn. P: GO. Photo-offset from original edition of The Colt Press (San Francisco), 1941. Travel. See also 1958 (NDP75).

16. __________. The Wisdom of the Heart. Second ed. J: RL. See also 1941, 1961 (NDP94).

17. Neruda, Pablo (1904-1973). Residence on Earth: Selected Poems. (LC 47-1704) 206 pp. Trans from Spanish: Angel Flores. Bilingual. D&J: RL. P: VB. See also 1973 (NDP340).

18. Patchen, Kenneth (1911-1972). Selected Poems. (A48-7811) x, 86 pp. 12/2/1946. Illus. J: AL. P: VB. Series: NC 12. See also 1957, 1964 (NDP160).

19. Pound, Ezra Loomis (1885-1972). Personae: The Collected [Short] Poems of Ezra Pound. (LC 50-13308) xiv, 232. Frontispiece.: drawing by Gaudier-Brzeska. J: JL. P: VB. First U.S. pub. by Horace Liveright in 1926. Rights and plates taken over by ND in 1946. See also 1949, 1971, 1990.

20. Rimbaud, Jean Nicolas Arthur (1854-1891). Prose Poems from the Illuminations. (LC 46-20701) xxxii, 142 pp. Tr.: Louise Varèse. J: AL. P:VB. Bilingual. Series: NC 14. See also 1943, 1957 (NDP56).

21. Thomas, Dylan (1914-1953). The Selected Writings. (LC 47-1886 rev.) xxiv, 184 pp. 11/20/1946. Ed: John Sweeney. Frontispiece.: Portrait of Thomas by Augustus John. D&J: RL. P: VB.

22. West, Nathanael (1903-1940). Miss Lonelyhearts. 214 pp. Intro: Robert M. Coates. J: AL. D: MSK. P: VB. First U.S. pub. by Liveright, 1933. Novel. Series: NC 15. See also 1962 (NDP125).

23. Williams, William Carlos (1883-1963). Paterson (Book One). (LC 46-5910 rev.) 48 pp. D&J: GWV. P: VVP. See also 1948, 1950, 1951, 1963, 1968, 1992.

24. Winters, Yvor (1900-1968). Edwin Arlington Robinson. (LC 47-1449) 162 pp. J: AL. P: VB. Series: MML. See also 1971 (NDP326).

1947

1. Ames, Van Meter. André Gide. (LC 47-11811) 302 pp. 11/20/1947. J: AL. P: VB. Photo of Gide by Cecil Beaton. Printer: VB. Series: MML. See also NDP519 (yr?)

2. Baudelaire, Charles (1821-1867). Paris Spleen, 1869. (LC 48-5012) x, 108 pp. Tr. from French: Louise Varse. D: GWV. P: Equity Press, N.Y.C. Boxed. Prose poems. See also NDP294 (1970).

3. Bentley, Eric Russell (b. 1916). Bernard Shaw: A Reconsideration. (LC 47-12491) xxv, 242 pp. 12/10/1947. J: AL. P: VB. Series: MML. Revised ed., xxv 256 pp. See also 1957 (NDP59).

4. Boyle, Kay (1902-1992). Monday Night. (A48-6386) viii, 274 pp. J: AL. P: GO. First published by Harcourt Brace in 1938. Photo-offset from Harcourt, Brace ed. Novel. Series: NC 20.

5. Camus, Albert (1913-1960). Caligula and Cross Purpose. (LC 48-7496) 168 pp. 6/2/1947. Tr. from French: Stuart Gilbert. Plays. Import from Hamish Hamilton, London.

6. Céline, Louis-Ferdinand (Louis Ferdinand Destouches) (1894-1961). Death on the Installment Plan. (A48-6410) xiv, 594 pp. Tr. from French: John Hugo P. Marks. Intro: Milton Hindus. J: AL & Yee. P: DP. First published in U.S. by Little, Brown, in 1938. Novel. Series: MR. See also 1971 (NDP330).

7. Cornell, Julien D (b. 1910). New World Primer. (LC 47-6980) 174 pp. J&D: AL. P: ABSP. Ezra Pound's lawyer. On world government.

8. Daiches, David (b. 1912). Robert Louis Stevenson. (LC 47-11770) x, 196 pp. 11/7/1947. J: AL. P: VB. Series: MML.

9. Empson, William (b. 1906). Seven Types of Ambiguity. xvi, 258 pp. 12/4/1947. J: GH. P: T. & A. Constable, Edinburgh. First U.S. ed. Joint production with Chattam & Windus (London). Literary criticism. See also 1966 (NDP204).

10. Engen, Sverre (with Atwater, Montgomery). Ski with Sverre: Deep Snow and Packed Slope Ski Technique. (LC 48-5268) 144 pp. J&D: JL & GH. P: VB. Illus. & photos.

11. Faulkner, William (1897-1962). Light in August . (A48-6149 rev.) 480 pp. 11/14/1947. J: AL & Barrows. P: DP. First U.S. edition published by Smith & Haas in 1932. Offset from Smith & Haas ed. Rights released from Random House. Novel. Series: MR.

12. Fitts, Dudley (1903-1968); Dudley Poore (Editors). An Anthology of Contemporary Latin American Poetry. (LC 43-485 rev.) xxii, 668 pp. Notes: Hoffman Reynolds Hays. Various translators. D: PB. J: Hugo Steiner-Prag. P: WPO. Revised ed.: 678 pp. P: GO. Bilingual.

13. García Lorca, Federico (1898-1936). Three Tragedies. (LC 47-11626) 378 pp. 11/14/1947. Tr. from Spanish: Richard L. O'Connell and James Graham-Lujan. Intro: Francisco García Lorca. D&J: RL. P: CP. Francisco. Contents: Blood Wedding; Yerma; Bernarda Alba. See also 1955 (NDP52).

14. Garrigue, Jean (1912-1972). The Ego and the Centaur. (LC 47-30700) 126 pp. D:CC. P: PP. Poems.

15. Guerard, Albert Joseph (b. 1914). Joseph Conrad. (LC 48-933) 96 pp. 10/20/1947. J: AL. P: BRMP. Series: DS 1.

16. Isherwood, Christopher (1904-1986). Lions and Shadows: An Education in the Twenties. (LC 47-11810) 312 pp. 11/27/1947. Frontispiece: photo of Isherwood in 1921. J: GH, from drawing by E. McKnight Kauffer. P: DP. Photo-offprint from London ed. Autobiography. See also 1977 (NDP435).

17. Juenger, Ernst (b. 1895). On the Marble Cliffs. (LC 48-2722 rev. 2) 129 pp. Tr. from German: Stuart Hood. Ger. title: Auf den Marmorklippen. Joint production with John Lehmann (London). 2nd printing (A48-8761): 3/8/1947. J: JL. P: DP. Novel.

18. Labé, Louise (1526-1566). Love Sonnets. (A48-6482) 56 pp. Tr. from French: Frederic Prokosch. D: PB. P: WPO. Twenty-four copies (for presentation) on Canson & Montgolfier paper, including a holograph page and signed by Prokosch. Boxed ltd. ed.

19. Laughlin, James (Editor) (1914-1997). Spearhead: 10 Years' Experimental Writing in America. (LC 47-11637) 604 pp. J: AL. D: DK. P: BRMP.

20. Lautréamont, Comte de (Isidore Ducasse) (1846-1870). Maldoror. Tr. from French: Guy Wernham. Fre. title: Les Chants de Maldoror. P: GO. 2nd printing by offset. Smaller format. See also 1943, 1967 (NDP207).

21. Lawrence, D. H. (1885-1930). The Man Who Died. (A48-66) 103 pp. 10/28/1947. First pub. by Alfred Knopf in 1928 under title: The Escaped Cock. J: Al. P: GO. Photo-offset from Knopf ed. Novel. Series: NC 18.

22. __________. Selected Poems. (LC 48-5258) viii, 148 pp. Intro: Kenneth Rexroth. J: AL. P: VB. By arrangement with Knopf and Viking Press. Series: NC 19.

23. Levin, Harry (1912-1994). Toward Balzac. (LC 48-3434 rev.) 74 pp. J: AL. P: BRMP. Literary criticism. Series: DS 3.

24. Merton, Thomas (1915-1968). Figures for an Apocalypse. (LC 48-2906) 112 pp. D: DK. J: RL. P: BRMP.

25. Miller, Henry (1891-1980). Remember to Remember. (LC 45-11390) xxxviii, 428 pp. Vol. Two of The Air-Conditioned Nightmare. J: Simon Greco. P: VB. Illus. with photos. See also 1961 (NDP111).

26. Muller, Herbert Joseph (b. 1905). Thomas Wolfe. (LC 47-11790) 196 pp. 11/12/1947. J: AL. P: VB. Series: MML.

27. Nabokov, Vladimir (1899-1977). Nine Stories. (LC 47-12492) 126 pp. J: AL. P: BRMP. Series: DS 2.

28. Neider, Charles (Editor) (b. 1915). The Stature of Thomas Mann: A Critical Anthology. (LC 48-5734) 510 pp. Frontispiece.: photo of Mann. J: GH. P: BRMP. Essays on Mann's life and work by fifty-nine writers.

29. Pound, Ezra Loomis (Editor and Translator) (1885-1972). The Great Digest & Unwobbling Pivot [Confucius]. (LC 51-20272) 64 pp. Pref.: Ciu Hsi. Commentary on the Testament: Tseng. Pharos (No 4). D: JL. P: BRMP. See also 1951, 1969 (NDP285).

30. Roditi, Edouard (19--?). Oscar Wilde. (LC 47-11751) 256 pp. 11/17/1947. J: AL. P: VB. Series: MML. See also 1986 (NDP624).

31. Svevo, Italo (Ettore Schmitz) (1861-1928). Confessions of Zeno. (A48-8548) 412 pp. 5/12/1947. Tr. from Italian: Beryl de Zoete. Ital. title: La coscienza di Zeno. Intro: Renato Poggioli. J: AL & Barrows. First U.S. pub. by Knopf in 1930. Photo-offset from Alfred Knopf. Novel. Series: MR.

32. Williams, Tennessee (1911-1983). A Streetcar Named Desire. (LC 48-5556) 172 pp. J (early eds.): AL. D: PB. P: WPO. Play. See also 1972, 1980 (NDP501), 1990.

1948

1. Berto, Giuseppe. The Sky Is Red. (LC 48-9030) 398 pp. Tr. from Italian: Angus Davidson. J: Karov. P: HC. Also Book Find Club ed.

2. Connolly, Cyril (1903-1974). The Rock Pool. (LC 48-11070) 190 pp. J: AL. P: LI. Series: DS 12. Scribner's, 1936.

3. Everson, William (Brother Antoninus) (b. 1912). The Residual Years. (LC 48-19203) 148 pp. 5/10/48. J&D: PB. P: WPO. See also 1968 (NDP263).

4. García Villa, José (Editor). A Celebration for Edith Sitwell. (LC 43-93-89)? 144 pp. J: portrait of Dame Edith by Pavel Tchelitchew. P: BRMP. Critical symposium. Series: DS 7.

5. Honig, Edwin. García Lorca. xii, 242 pp. Revised ed. Series: MML. See also 1944, 1961 (NDP102).

6. Hutchins, Maude Phelps (McVeigh). Georgiana. (LC 48-7946) 202 pp. 8/6/48. J: GH. D: PB. P: WPO.

7. James, Henry (1843-1916). The Other House. (LC 48-7500). xxi, 228 pp. Intro: Leon Edel. P: Shenval Press, London.

8. Laughlin, James (1914-1997). Report on a Visit to Germany. 16 pp. Unnumbered copy of an edition of 200 on Guarro paper.

9. __________. (Editor). New Directions 10 in Prose and Poetry. 512 pp. Eight pages of photos. J: Lee Mullican. D: GH & DK. P: BRMP. See also NDP58 (1957).

10. O'Reilly, Montague (Wayne Andrews) (1913-1987). Who Has Been Tampering with These Pianos? (LC 48-7190) 53 pp. J: AL. P: BRMP. Series: DS 4.

11. Pound, Ezra Loomis (1885-1972). The Cantos of Ezra Pound. (LC 48-4633) 150 + 56 + 46 + 168 + 118 pp. (Combines 5 earlier vols.). J: JL with Gaudier-Brzeska drawing. P: VB. See also 1963, 1971, 1989.

12. ___________. The Pisan Cantos. (LC 74-84) iv, 118 pp. J: JL with Gaudier-Brzeska drawing. D: after F&R. P: VB.

13. Queneau, Raymond (1903-1976). The Skin of Dreams. (LC 48-9105) 120 pp. 10/10/48. Tr. from French: H. J. Kaplan. Novel. Series: DS 5.

14. Read, Herbert Edward (1893-1968). The Green Child. (LC 48-9595) 194 pp. Intro: Kenneth Rexroth. J: AL. P: Mondadori, Vienna. See also 1965 (NDP208).

15. Sartre, Jean Paul (b. 1905). The Wall and Other Stories. 270 pp. Tr. from French: Lloyd Alexander. D: PB. P: WPO. Original title: Le mur. Ltd., signed ed. of 25 copies. Boxed. See also 1952, 1959, 1969 (NDP272), 1975.

16. Schwartz, Delmore (1913-1966). The World Is a Wedding. (LC 48-7957) 196 pp. 7/23/48. J & D: JL. P: BRMP. Novels and stories.

17. Turnell, Martin. The Classical Moment. (A48-6422) xvi, 254. Joint production with Hamish Hamilton (London). Printed in England. Critical studies.

18. Watkins, Vernon Phillips (1906-1967). Selected Poems. (LC 48-7510) 92 pp. 6/30/48. D&J: JL. P: The Christian Brothers, Montreal. See also 1967 (NDP221).

19. Williams, Tennessee (1911-1983). One Arm and Other Stories. (LC 49-1337) 212 pp. D: PB. P: WPO. Boxed. 50 copies signed by author on Virgil paper. See also 1954, 1967 (NDP237).

20. __________. Summer and Smoke. (LC 48-11697) x, 130 pp. 11/19/48. J: AL. D: JM. P: BP. Illus. with photos of the Broadway production. Play. See also 1972, 1990.

21. Williams, William Carlos (1883-1963). A Dream of Love: A Play in Three Acts and Eight Scenes. (LC 48-8451) 112 pp. 9/16/48. J: AL. P: BRMP. Series: DS 6.

22. __________. Paterson (Book Two). 56 pp. D&J: GWV. P: VVP. See also 1950, 1951, 1963, 1968, 1992.

23. __________. Paterson (Books I and II). (LC 50-4809) 114 pp. J: AL. P: VB. Series: NC 26. See also 1950, 1951, 1963, 1968, 1992.

1949

1. Barnes, Djuna. (1892-1982) Nightwood. xvii, 170 pp. Second ed. See also 1946, 1961 (NDP98).

2. Bowles, Paul Frederic (b. 1910). The Sheltering Sky. (LC 49-11888). 318 pp. J: AL. P:BP. Novel. See also 1964 (NDP158), 1968

3. Canedo, Diego (Pseud). La noche anuncia el día. xiv, 231 pp. Editor and Intro: Virgil A. Warren. Orig. title: La Noche Annuncia el Día. P: VB. Spanish only. Novel.

4. Céline, Louis-Ferdinand (Louis Ferdinand Destouches) (1894-1961). Journey to the End of the Night. (LC 49-8925) 510 pp. 8/5/49. Intro: Milton Hindus. Tr. from the French: John H. P. Marks. J: AL & Quigley. Offset from Little, Brown ed. P: DP. Novel. Series: MRS. First U.S. pub.: Little, Brown, 1934.

5. Cossery, Albert (b. 1913). The House of Certain Death. (LC 49-11979). 186 pp. Tr. from French: Stuart Kayser. Orig. title: La Maison de la mort certaine. J: AL. P: LI. Novel. Series: DS 11.

6. Enright, Dennis Joseph (b. 1920). A Commentary on Goethe's Faust. (LC 49-9998) 158 pp. 7/3/49. J: AL. P: LI. Series: DS 10.

7. Firbank, Ronald (1986-1926). Five Novels. Intro: Osbert Sitwell. (LC 49-48966) xxxii, 472 pp. Drawing of Firbank: John Augustus. J: AL. P: Billing & Sons, England. By arrangement with Duckworth (London) and Coward-McCann (New York). Contents: The Flower Beneath the Foot; Prancing Nigger; Valmouth; The Artificial Princess; Concerning the Eccentricities of Cardinal Pirelli. See also 1969, 1981 (NDP518).

8. Ford, Charles Henri (b. 1913). Sleep in a Nest of Flames. (LC 49-11841) 64 pp. Foreword: Edith Sitwell. Boxed. P: Walter Cantz, Stuttgart. Poems.

9. Friedmann, Rudolph. Kierkegaard. (LC 50-6494) 68 pp. 3/3/49. Joint production with Vision Press, London. J: AL. P: Barnicotts Ltd., Taunton, England. Literary criticism. Series: DS 15.

10. García Villa, José. Volume Two. (LC 49-11112) 172 pp. J: Photo by Robert E. Christie. D: PB. P: WPO. Poems.

11. Gide, André (1869-1951). Dostoevsky. (LC 49-7728) 176 pp. 3/2/49. Intro: Arnold Bennett. P: Camelot Press, London. Import from Secker & Warburg, London. See also 1961.

12. __________. Theseus. 104 pp. Tr. from French: John Russell. Orig. title: Thésée Illus: 11 lithographs by Massimo Campigli. Hand printed by Giovanni Mardersteig, The Officina Bodoni (Verona) 200 copies. 1-10 on Fabriano paper, bound in half-vellum; 11-30 on Pescia. These copies have a second series of illus. and also a series of 8 studies, on China paper. 120 copies on Pescia, paper-covers binding, boxed; 50 on Pescia, handbound, boxed.

13. Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von (1749-1832). Faust (Part One). (LC 51-1865) 188 pp. Tr. from German: Carlyle F. MacIntyre. Translation revised by James Laughlin. Textbook edition. English only. J: SS. P: ABSP. See also 1941, 1946, 1957 (NDP70).

14. __________. Goethe's World As Seen in Letters and Memoirs. (LC 49-8358) xxii, 426 pp. 4/1/49. Ed: Berthold Biermann. Illus. J&D: MSK. P: BP.

15. Goodman, Paul (1911-1972). The Break-up of our Camp & Other Stories. (LC 49-48869) 160 pp. J: AL. P: LI. Series: DS 14.

16. Hall, James; William M. Sale, Jr.; Martin Steinmann, Jr. (Editors) (b. 1899). Short Stories: Tradition and Direction. (LC 49-48224) xiv, 458 pp. Eds.: James Hall, Martin Steinmann. Textbook. With teaching supplement (64 pp.).

17. Hawkes, John (1925-1998). The Cannibal. (LC 49-48130) xv, 224 pp. Intro: Albert Guerard. J: AL. P: LI. Novel. Series: DS 13. See also 1962 (NDP123).

18. Hill, Alfreda; Wilson Micks (Editors). Early French Writers in Modern French. (LC 49-48064) xii, 342 pp. Textbook. P:VB.

19. Laughlin, James (Editor) (1914-1997). New Directions in Prose and Poetry Number Eleven. 516 pp. & 4 pages of photos. 12/15/49. J: GH. D: DK. P: BRMP. See also NDP72 (1957).

20. Legman, G. A. (b. 1917) Love & Death: A Study in Censorship. (LC 49-10742) 96 pp. J&D: author. ND participated in pub.. Distributed by author. Breaking Point Press, New York, 1949. Series: DS 8.

21. Merton, Thomas (1915-1968). Seeds of Contemplation. (LC 49-1562) 202 pp. Illus. D&J: PB. P: WPO. Devotional essays. See also 1962, 1986.

22. __________. The Tears of the Blind Lions. (LC 49-49074) 32 pp. P: Turck & Reinfeld, N.Y.C. Poems.

23. Michaux, Henri (1899-). A Barbarian in Asia. (LC 49-8940) vi, 186 pp. Tr. from French: Sylvia Beach. Orig. title: Un Barbare en Asie. P:BP. See also 1986 (NDP622).

24. Owen, Wilfred (1893-1918). Poems. (LC 49-11997) viii, 136 pp. 12/1/49. Memoirs and Notes: Edmund Blunden, Frank Nicholson. J: AL. Joint production with Chatto & Windus, London. Series: NC 25.

25. Pasternak, Boris Leonidovich (1890-1960). Selected Writings. (LC 49-11844) xii, 288 pp. 11/22/49. Transs from Russian: Beatrice Scott, Robert Payne, C.M. Bowra, Babette Deutsch. Pref.: Stefan Schimanski. J: AL. P: LI. Includes Safe Conduct. Series: DS 9. See also 1958

26. Patchen, Kenneth (1911-1972). Red Wine and Yellow Hair. (LC 49-7607) 64 pp. J: GH. P: John Felsberg Inc., N.Y.C. Poems.

27. Pound, Ezra Loomis (1885-1972). Personae: The Collected [Short] Poems of Ezra Pound. xiv, 273 pp. Illus. Enlarged ed. A group of early poems, the poems of "Alfred Venison" (Pound), and the poems of T.E. Hulme added to 1946 ed. See also 1946, 1971, 1990

28. __________. Selected Poems. (LC 49-11526) viii, 184 pp. 10/28/49. Frontispiece.: drawing of Pound by Wyndham Lewis. NC 22. See also 1957 (NDP66).

29. Rahv, Philip . Image and Idea: Fourteen Essays on Literary Themes. (LC 49-8967) 164 pp. 6/21/49. J: GH. P: BRMP. See also 1957 (NDP67).

30. Rexroth, Kenneth (Editor) (b. 1905). The New British Poets: An Anthology. (LC 49-7599) xxxviii, 312 pp. 1/21/49. J: GH. P: Mondadori, Verona.

31. Roditi, Edouard. Poems 1928-1948. (LC 49-3051) 152 pp. 4/29/49. Thirty presentation copies signed by author. P: Mittag & Co., Berlin.

32. Rukeyser, Muriel (b. 1913). Elegies. (LC 49-50217) 84 pp. Boxed. 300 copies signed by the author. D&P: Walter Cantz, Stuttgart-Bad Canstatt.

33. Sartre, Jean-Paul (b. 1905) Nausea. (LC 49-8942) 238 pp. 4/25/49. Trans from French: Lloyd Alexander. Orig. title: La Nausée. Joint production with Hamish Hamilton, London. J: AL. P: Purnell & Sons Ltd., Paulton. See also 1952, 1959 (NDP82), 1964.

34. Svevo, Italo (Pseud.) Ettore Schmitz (1861-1928). As a Man Grows Older. (LC 49-11089) xxii, 246 p. Intro: Joyce Stanislaus. Tr. From Italian: Beryl de Zoete. Essay: Edouard Roditi. Orig. title: Senilità J: AL. & Connor. P: Pitman Press, Bath, England. Joint production with Putnam's, London. Novel. Series: MRS 5.

35. Swan, Emma. (b.1914) The Lion & the Lady, and Other Poems. (LC 49-49685) 78 pp. 12/16/49. D: PB. P: WPO.

36. Thomas, Dylan (1914-1953). Twenty-six Poems. 75 pp. 12/49 Boxed. Signed. 150 copies signed by the author, printed in Griffo type by Hans Mardersteig on the hand-press of the Officina Bodoni in Verona for James Laughin and J. M. Dent & Sons, Ltd., London.

37. Vittorini, Elio (1908-1966) In Sicily. (LC 49-11885) 164 pp. 11/25/49. Intro: Ernest Hemingway. Tr. from Italian: Wilfrid David. Orig. title: Conversazione in Sicilia. J:GH. Joint production with Lindsay Drummond, London. Novel. Reprint ed.: 256 pp. J: GH. D: Ernst Reichl. P: HC. Also Book Find Club ed.

38. Whicher, George F. (Editor and Translator)(1989-1954). The Goliard Poets: Medieval Songs and Satires. (LC 49-11520) 304 pp. Illus. with woodcuts. D: Edgar Sherrill. P: The University Press, Cambridge, Mass. Harvard Univ. Press, Cambridge. See also 1965 (NDP206).

39. Williams, Tennessee (1911-1983). 27 Wagons Full of Cotton & Other One-Act Plays. (LC 50-20932) xii, 208 pp. Intro. by author added. Second ed. J: AL & Connor. P: ABSP. See 1945, 1953, 1966 (NDP217). See also 1956, 1981.

40. __________. The Glass Menagerie. (LC 49-8373) xx, 124 pp. 3/25/49. Illus. with photos of Broadway production. Random House, 1945. Series: NC 23. See 1966 (NDP218). See also 1972, 1990.

41. Williams, William Carlos (1883-1963). Paterson (Book Three). 54 pp. D&J: GWV. P: VVP. See also 1950, 1951, 1963, 1968, 1992.

42. __________. Selected Poems. (LC 49-2030) xx, 140 pp. Intro: Randall Jarrell. J: AL. P: VB. Series: NC 21. See also 1963 (NDP131), 1968, 1985.

1950

1. Apollinaire, Guillaume (1880-1918). Selected Writings. (LC 50-9404) 272 pp. 8/24/50. Ed. and Tr. from French: Roger Shattuck. Frontispiece: drawing by Pablo Picasso. French texts of poetry only. J: JL. P: Hague, Gill & Davey Ltd., London. Joint production with Harvill Press, London. See also 1971 (NDP310)

2. Berto, Giuseppe. The Works of God & Other Stories. (LC 50-6841) 224 pp. 4/5/50. Tr. from Italian: Angus Davidson. J: AL. P: CP. DS 16.

3. Dahlberg, Edward (1900-1977). The Flea of Sodom. (LC 50-14233) 124 pp. 9/6/50. Intro: Herbert Read. J: AL. Joint production with Peter Neville, London. Essays. Series: DS 18.

4. Empson, William (1906-1984). Some Versions of Pastoral. (A52-1182) 298 pp. Joint production with Chatto & Windus, London. Literary criticism. See also 1960 (NDP92), 1974

5. Fitzgerald, F. Scott (1896-1940). The Crack-up: With Other Uncollected Pieces, Notebooks, and Unpublished Letters. Photo reprint ed. Smaller format. P: GO. See also 1945, 1950, 1956 (NDP54), 1993.

6. Gracq, Julien (b. 1910). The Dark Stranger. (LC 50-9035) 186 pp. Tr. from French: W. J. Strachen. Orig. title: Un beau ténébreux. J: GH. Joint production with Peter Owen, London.

7. Hill, Alfreda and Wilson Micks (Editors). Twentieth Century French Writers. 310 pp. Texts in French. P: VB. Textbook ed.

8. Hutchins, Maude Phelps (McVeigh). A Diary of Love. (LC 50-19753) 184 pp. 11/14/50. J: GH, from drawing by author. P: HW. Novel.

9. James, Henry (1843-1916). The Aspern Papers & The Europeans. (LC 50-8193). xxii, 362 pp. Intro: Joseph McG. Bottkol. Text ed. D: MSK. J: AL. P: ABSP. Novels. Series: NC 27.

10. Koch, Vivienne. William Carlos Williams. (LC 50-697) x, 278 pp. 1/19/50. Fr: photo of WCW by Charles Sheeler. J: AL. P: VB. Series: MML.

11. Laughlin, James (Editor) (1914-1997). ND 12--New Directions in Prose and Poetry. xx, 556 pp., 8 pp. of photos. 12/15/50. J: AL. D: DK. P: BRMP.

12. McCullers, Carson (1917-1967). Reflections in a Golden Eye. (LC 50-6225) xxii, 184 pp. 2/15/50. Intro: Tennessee Williams. J: AL. P: VB (from HM plates). Houghton, Mifflin, 1941. Novel. Series: NC 24.

13. Pollet, Elizabeth (b. 1922). A Family Romance. (LC 50-10411) 252 pp. 10/30/50. J: AL. D: MSK. P: HW. Novel.

14. Rexroth, Kenneth (b. 1905). The Signature of All Things. (LC 50-5683). 92 pp. 1/27/50. D&J: GM. P: SV. Boxed. Signed. 1,500 copies on Veneto paper. 50 copies on Fabriano paper. Poems.

15. Russell, Peter (Editor). An Examination of Ezra Pound. (LC 50-10415) 268 pp. 10/30/50. Frontispiece.: drawing of Pound by Wyndham Lewis. Joint production with Peter Owen, London. Essays on Pound by Eliot, Hemingway, W. Lewis, E. Sitwell, Tate, and 13 others.

16. Sartre, Jean-Paul (b. 1905). Baudelaire. (LC 50-6845) 192 pp. 4/10/50. Tr. from French: Martin Turnell. J: AL. P: CP. Series: DS 17. See also 1967 (NDP233).

17. Schwartz, Delmore (1913-1966). Vaudeville for a Princess & Other Poems. (LC 50-9969) 108 pp. 9/22/50. D&J: SAJ. P: GEP.

18. Stendhal (Pseud); Marie Henri Beyle (1783-1842). Lucien Leuwen, Book One: The Green Huntsman. (LC 50-3663) xxvi, 388 pp. Intro. and Tr. from French: Louise Verse. Orig. title: Le Chasseur vert. J: AL. D: MSK. P: QB. Novel. See also 1961 (NDP107) and Book Two (NDP108).

19. __________ Lucien Leuwen, Book Two: The Telegraph. (LC 50-3663) xviii, 416 pp. 12/5/50. Intro. and Tr. from French: Louise Verse. J: AL & Connor. D: MSK. P: QB. See also 1961 (NDP108) and Book One (NDP107).

20. Svevo, Italo (Pseud).; Schmitz, Ettore (1861-1928). James Joyce: A Lecture Delivered in Milan in 1927. 68 pp. Tr. from Italian: Stanislaus Joyce. Photos of Joyce & Svevo on covers. Released as a New Directions Christmas "card." 1,500 copies; 100 copies for the friends of Giovanni Schweiwiller. P: Officine Grafiche "Esperia," Milan. Ephemera.

21. Thomas, Dylan (1914-1953). Portrait of the Artist as a Young Dog. 188 pp. J: GH. Reprint ed. See also 1940, 1956 (NDP51).

22. Valéry, Paul (1871-1945). Selected Writings. (LC 50-7546) 256 pp. 4/20/50. Selected by Valry. Various translators. Bilingual. J: JL. P: VB. See also 1964 (NDP184).

23. West, Nathanael (1903-1940). The Day of the Locust. (LC 50-9066) xxiv, 168 pp. 8/24/50. Intro: Richard P. Gehman. J: AL. D: MSK. P: VB. Random House, 1939. Novel. Series: NC 29. See also 1962 (NDP125).

24. Williams, Tennessee (1911-1983). The Roman Spring of Mrs. Stone. (LC 50-9067) 148 pp. 9/27/50. J & title page drawing: AL. D: MSK. P: HW. Boxed. 500 copies signed by the author. See also 1969 (NDP271), 1993.

25. Williams, William Carlos (1883-1963). Collected Later Poems. (LC 50-11028) 240 pp. 11/30/50. J: after PB. D: MSK. P: HC. Signed. Boxed. 100 copies signed by the author. A 16-page supplemental pamphlet, The Rose, containing 10 poems omitted from the first printing, was printed and inserted later. A special edition of 50 copies, signed by WCW, was published for the Horace Mann School. It contained an additional poem "Sonnet in Search of an Author," the "Rose" poems, and a note by Louis Untermeyer. See also 1963.

26. ___________. Paterson (Books 1, 2, & 3). 174 pp. J: AL. P: VB. Series: NC 26.