John A. Harrison, Director
with Anne Marie Candido
1. Barker, Eric Wilson.
A Ring of Willows. (LC 61-6407) 40 pp. 3/24/61. Pref.: Henry Miller.
Woodcut: Hardy Hanson. J: Lacey Everett. P: Drukkerij Holland, Amsterdam. Joint
production with André Deutsch, London. Poems.
2. Barnes, Djuna (1892-1982).
Nightwood. NDP98. Intro: T. S. Eliot. J: GRK & Roy Kuhlman (photo).
P: VB. Novel. See also 1946, 1949. Deluxe ed.
3. Carruth, Hayden (b. 1921).
Journey to a Known Place. 32 pp. 11/61. Ltd. ed. 300 copies numbered
and hand printed on Hale paper by Harry Duncan at Stone Wall Press, Iowa City,
4. Collis, Maurice (b. 1889).
Marco Polo. (LC 60-14665) 190 pp. NDP93. J: Charles Kaplan. P: MP. Photo
offset from Faber & Faber ed., London.
5. Daiches, David (b. 1912).
Virginia Woolf. 170 pp. NDP96. J: GRK; photo by Man Ray. P: VB. See
also 1942, 1963.
6. Ferlinghetti, Lawrence.(1919-1997)
Starting from San Francisco. 80 pp. J&D: GRK and Ferlinghetti. P:
HL. 7" 33 1/2 rpm. record of author reading his own poems bound into book.
Poetry. See also 1967 (NDP220).
7. Firbank, Ronald (1886-1926).
The Complete Ronald Firbank. 766 pp. 10/25/61. Intro: Anthony Powell.
Fr: photo of Firbank. P: Garden City Press, Letchworth. Import from Duckworth,
8. Gide, André (1869-1951).
Dostoevsky. xx, 172 pp. NDP100. New essay Tr. from French: Louise Verèse.
New Intro: Albert J. Guerard. J: GRK. P: MP. See also 1949 (Import).
9. Hatfield, Henry (b. 1912).
Thomas Mann. x, 180 pp. 6/6/61. NDP101. J: GRK. Revised ed. See also
10. Hawkes, John (1925-1998).
The Lime Twig. (LC 60-14719) xiv, 176 pp. 3/30/61. NDP95 (simultaneous).
Intro: Leslie A. Fiedler. J: RH. D: GRK. P: HW. Novel. See also 1963.
11. Heppenstall, Rayner
(b. 1911). The Fourfold Tradition. 280 pp. 10/27/61. Joint production
with Barrie & Rockliff, London. P: Robert Cunningham & Sons Ltd., Alva.
12. __________. The Greater
Infortune. (LC 61-10122) 192 pp. 9/29/61. J&D: GRK. P: HC. Novel.
13. Honig, Edwin. García
Lorca. (LC 62-12396) xii, 242 pp. NDP102. J: GRK. P: VB. Revised ed. See
also 1944, 1948.
14. Hutchinson, Ann. Labanotation:
The System for Recording Dance Movement. (LC 61-9872) NDP104. J: GRK.
Photo by Paul Himmel. See also 1954.
15. Jarry, Alfred (1873-1907).
Ubu roi. (LC 61-10124) x, 182 pp. NDP105. J: GRK. P: HL. Play. Two new
essays. See also 1951.
16. Laughlin, James; Glassgold,
Peter; Martin, Frederick R. (Editors). New Directions in Prose & Poetry
17. (LC 37-1751) 352 pp. NDP103. D&J: GRK; photo of Louise Nevelson
"construction." P: QB.
17. Levertov, Denise (1923-1997).
The Jacob's Ladder. (LC 61-17868) 96 pp. 12/26/61. NDP112. D&J: GRK.
P: GEP. Poems.
18. Merton, Thomas (1915-1968).
The Behavoir of Titans. (LC 60-10879) 106 pp. 3/27/61. D: PB. J: GRK.
P: WPO. Essays and parables.
19. __________ (Translator).
The Wisdom of the Desert: Sayings of the Desert Fathers of the Fourth Century.
(LC 59-15021) x, 82 pp. Tr. with an Intro: Thomas Merton. D: GM. P: SV (comp.)
& HL. See also 1970 (NDP295).
20. Miller, Henry (1891-1980).
The Cosmological Eye. vi, 371 pp. 8/24/61. NDP109 (simultaneous). P:
MP. New ed. See also 1939, 1943, 1969.
21. __________. Remember
to Remember. xi, 430 pp. 8/24/61. NDP111 (simultaneous). Drawing: Abe Rattner.
J: GRK. P: MP. Vol. 2 of Air-Conditioned Nightmare (travel and essays). New
ed. See also 1947.
22. __________. Sunday
After the War. 304 pp. 8/24/61. NDP110 (simultaneous). J: GRK. P: MP. New
ed. See also 1944. Stories and essays.
23. __________. The Wisdom
of the Heart. NDP94. J: IC. P: MP. See also 1941, 1946.
24. Nabokov, Vladimir (1899-1977).
Nikolai Gogol. xviii, 172 pp. Corrected ed. See also 1944, 1959.
25. Neame, Alan.
The Adventures of Maud Noakes. (LC 60-14664) 160 pp. J: Andy Warhol. D: SS. P: HC. Novel.
26. Patchen, Kenneth (1911-1972).
The Journal of Albion Moonlight. 320 pp. 8/29/61. NDP99. D: PB. J: GRK
(page of author's manuscript). P: MP. Photo offset from original ed. published
by the author, 1941. Novel.
27. Pound, Ezra Loomis (1885-1972).
Gaudier-Brzeska: A Memoir. (LC 60-9893) xxxii, 148 pp. 2/28/61. Illus.
with photos and drawings. P: Villiers Press, London. Joint pub. with Marvell
Press, England. First published by John Lane Co., 1916.
28. Rexroth, Kenneth (b.
1905). Assays. (LC 61-14899) 246 pp. NDP113 (simultaneous). J: Robert
La Vigne. D: GRK. P: V&M Typesetting, Brooklyn (comp.) & MP. Essays.
29. Rimbaud, Jean Nicolas
Arthur (1854-1891). A Season in Hell & The Drunken Boat. xx, 108
pp. NDP97. Tr. from French: Louise Varèse. Bilingual. J: GRK. P: VB.
See also 1939, 1941, 1945.
30. Stendhal (Psued.); Beyle,
Marie Henri (1783-1842). Lucien Leuwen, Book One: The Green Huntsman.
NDP107. Tr. from French: Louise Verèse. J: GRK after AL. P: QB. See
31. __________; Beyle, Marie
Henri. Lucien Leuwen, Book Two: The Telegraph. NDP108. Tr. from French:
Louise Verse. J: GRK. After AL. P: QB. See also 1950.
32. Suzuki, Daisetz T. (1870-1966)
and Thomas Merton (1915-1968). Wisdom in Emptiness: A Dialogue. 128 pp.
An offprint from New Directions 17
33. Vittorini, Elio (1908-1966).
The Dark & the Light. (LC 59-9490) x, 182 pp. 5/25/61. Tr. from Italian:
Frances Keene. J: IC. P: HW. Contains Erica and La Garibaldina.
34. Walser, Martin (b. 1927).
Marriage in Philippsburg. (LC 61-10123) 320 pp. Orig. title: Ehen
in Philippsburg. American adaptation by JL of English Tr. from German by
Eva Figes. J: Anita Walker. D: SAJ. P: GEP. Novel.
35. Williams, William Carlos
(1883-1963). Farmers' Daughters: The Collected Stories. (LC 61-12776)
xix, 375pp. 9/22/61. Intro: Van Wyck Brooks. J: after PB. D: after MSK. P: QB.
Random House plates of Make Light of It with additions. NDP106 (simultaneous).
J: GRK; photo by Eve Arnold.
36. __________. Many Loves & Other Plays: The Collected Plays. (LC 61-9334) x, 437 pp. 9/22/61. Notes: William Carlos Williams and John C. Thirwall. J: after PB. D: after MSK. P: QB. See also 1965 (NDP191).
1. Alvaro, Corrado (1895-1956).
Revolt in Aspromonte. (LC 62-12393) NDP119. 6/13/62. Tr. from Italian:
Francis Frenaye. D: Gilda Kuhlman. J: GRK; photo by Hiram Ash. P: GEP. First
edition published by Aldo Garzanti Editore, Milan. Novel.
2. Borges, Jorge Luis (b.
1899). Labyrinths & Other Writings. (LC 62-10407) xxiv, 248 pp. 5/23/62.
Ed: James E. Irby. Ed. and Tr. from Spanish: Donald E. Yates. Intro: André
Maurois. J: GRK. P: HC. Illus. See also 1964 (NDP186).
3. Brossard, Chandler (b.
1922). Who Walk in Darkness. 192 pp. 3/21/62. NDP116 (remaining sheets).
J: GRK; photo by K. Van Sickle. Novel. See also 1952.
4. Chatterji, Bankim Chandra
(1838-1894). Krishnakanta's Will. (LC 62-12395) xiv, 178 pp. 9/26/62.
NDP120. Intro. and Tr. from Bengali: J. C. Ghosh. J: GRK; photo by Eva Bessenyey.
P: HP (comp.) & MP. Indian series of UNESCO Collection of Representative
5. Corso, Gregory. Long
Live Man. (LC 62-16927) 96 pp. 11/28/62. NDP127. J: GRK. P: J. N. Anzel,
N.Y. C. (comp.) & MP. Poems.
6. Empson, William (1906-1984).
Milton's God. (LC 61-13123) 208 pp. 2/28/62. Joint production with Chatto
& Windus, London. Literary criticism.
7. Firbank, Ronald. Two
Novels. (LC 62-17271) 356 pp. 10/31/62. NDP128. J: GRK; photo by Roy Kuhlman.
P: MP. Chronology by Miriam K. Benkovits. Contents: The Flower Beneath the
Foot; Prancing Nigger.
8. García Lorca,
Federico (1898-1936). Selected Poems. 192 pp. 3/21/62. NDP114. Eds.:
Francisco Garca Lorca and Donald M. Allen. Bilingual. J: GRK. P: VB. See
9. Hawkes, John (b. 1925).
The Cannibal. xx, 195 pp. 10/31/62. NDP123. Intro: Albert J. Guerard.
J&D: GRK. P: Harry Sweetman (comp.) & MP. See also 1949.
10. Joyce, James (1882-1941)
(Symposium on). Our Exagmination Round His Factification for Incamination
of Work in Progress. 194 pp. 6/20/62. New intro. by Sylvia Beach. New ed.
Import from Faber & Faber, London. See also 1939, 1972 (NDP331).
11. Kafka, Franz (1883-1924).
Amerika. (LC 62-10411) xviii, 299 pp. 3/21/62. NDP117. Tr. from German:
Edwin Muir. J: GRK; photo by Partridge. P: MP. See also 1940, 1946.
12. Merton, Thomas (1915-1968).
New Seeds of Contemplation. (LC 61-17869) xviii, 297 pp. 1/30/62. J:
GRK. P: HC. Revised and enlarged version of Seeds of Contemplation. See also
13. __________. Original
Child Bomb: Points for Meditation to be Scratched on the Walls of a Cave.
(LC 61-18524) 24 pp. 3/21/62. Drawings by Emil Antonucci. J: GRK. D: Antonucci.
P: Century Letter, N. Y. C. Trade ed. and limited ed. 500 copies bound in Fabriano
paper and signed by the author.
14. __________ (Introduction).
Breakthrough to Peace: Twelve Views on the Threat of Thermonuclear Extermination.
(LC 62-17272) 253 pp. 9/27/62. NDP124. J: GRK. P: Harry Sweetman, N.Y. (comp.)
& MP. Bibliography.
15. Miller, Henry (1891-1980).
Stand Still Like the Hummingbird. (LC 62-10408) x, 194 pp. 6/28/62. D&J:
GRK. P: HC. Essays. See also 1967 (NDP236).
16. __________. The Time
of the Assassins: A Study of Arthur Rimbaud. NDP115. 3/21/62. J: GRK. P:
MP. See also 1956.
17. Oppen, George. The
Materials. (LC 62-16922) x, 52 pp. 9/28/62. NDP122. D&J: GRK. P: Harry
Sweetman, N.Y.C. (comp.) & GEP. Joint pub. with San Francisco Review.
18. Pound, Ezra Loomis (1885-1972);
Noel Stock (Translators). Love Poems of Ancient Egypt. (LC 62-16925)
33 pp. 11/28/62. NDP178. Paperback Illus., with Egyptian art motifs. D: GRK.
P HP (comp.) & Algen Press, N.Y.C. Based on Italian versions of Boris de
Rachewiltz. See also 1978.
19. Purdy, James. Children
Is All. (LC 62-16923) 183 pp. 12/4/62. J: GRK. P: HC. Short stories and
two plays. See also 1971 (NDP327).
20. Reznikoff, Charles (1894-1976).
By the Waters of Manhattan. (LC 62-12394) xi, 113 pp. 9/28/62. NDP121.
Intro: C. P. Snow. D&J: GRK. P: GEP. Joint pub. with San Francisco Review.
21. Starkie, Enid. Arthur
Rimbaud. (LC 61-18468) 491 pp. 2/62. Illus. J: portrait of Rimbaud by Fantin-Latour.
Photo offset from Faber & Faber. Biography.
22. West, Nathanael (1903-1940).
Miss Lonelyhearts & The Day of the Locust. (LC 62-16924) 247 pp.
10/31/62. NDP125. J: GRK. P: VB. See also 1946, 1950.
23. Williams, Tennessee
(1911-1983). The Night of the Iguana. (LC 62-10409) 128 pp. 2/28/62.
Frontispiece: sketch of stage set by Oliver Smith. J: Nicola Wood. D: after
JM. P: ABSP. Play. See also 1972, 1993.
24. Williams, William Carlos (1883-1963). Pictures from Brueghel & Other Poems. (LC 62-10410) 192 pp. 6/26/62. NDP118. Includes The Desert Music and Journey to Love, first published by Random House. J: GRK. D: after MSK. P: GEP. See also 1967.
1. Anwar, Chairil (1922-1949).
Selected Poems. (LC 62-20890) 48 pp. 8/30/63. Tr. from Indonesian: Burton
Raffel and Nurdin Salam. Intro: James S. Holmes. Illus: Jessse Reichek. J: JL
& DF.; drawing by Jesse Reichek. P: Villiers Press, London. Series: WP 2.
2. Baudelaire, Charles (1821-1867).
The Flowers of Evil. 480 pp. 1/30/63. Sel. and Eds.: Marthiel and Jackson
Mathews. Revised ed. See also 1955, 1958 (NDP71), 1989 (NDP684).
3. Bosquet, Alain (b. 1919).
Selected Poems. (LC 62-20889) 64 pp. 8/30/63. Tr. from French: Edouard
Roditi, Charles Guenther, Ruth Whitman, and Samuel Beckett. Bilingual. Series:
WP 4. Bilingual.
4. Daiches, David (b. 1912). Virginia Woolf. (LC 62-16926) 172 pp. Revised ed. See also 1942, 1961 (NDP96).
5. Degnan, June Oppen; George
Hitchcock, and R. H. Miller (Editors). San Francisco Review Annual (No. 1).
vi, (LC 63-18633) 186 pp. 10/17/63. NDP138. Joint pub. with San Francisco
6. Ferlinghetti, Lawrence.
(1919-1997) Unfair Arguments with Existence: Seven Plays for a New Theatre.
(LC 63-21384) 128 pp. 12/63. NDP143.
7. Firbank, Ronald (1886-1926).
The New Rythum. (LC 63-8814) 134 pp. 4/30/63. Intro: Alan Harris. Miscellany
of previously unpublished material. Photos. Import from Duckworth, London.
8. Hatfield, Henry Caraway
(b. 1912). Goethe: A Critical Introduction. x 246 pp. 9/18/63. NDP136.
9. Hawkes, John (b. 1925).
The Lime Twig. (LC 60-14719)? xiv, 176 pp. Limited ed. 100 copies. Boxed.
Signed by author. See also 1961 (NDP95).
10. Isherwood, Christopher
(1904-1986). The Berlin Stories: The Last of Mr. Norris; Goodbye to Berlin.
6/19/63. NDP134. See also 1945, 1954.
11. Joyce, James (1882-1941).
Stephen Hero. (LC 63-14454) ii, 253 pp. 7/10/63. NDP133. Eds.: Theodore
Spencer, John J. Slocum, and Herbert Cahoon. Revised ed. See also 1944,
1945, 1955, 1969.
12. Landolfi, Tommaso (b.
1908). Gogol's Wife & Other Stories. (LC 63-21382) 192 pp. NDP155.
Various translators from ITA.
13. Lewis, Wyndham (1882-1957).
Letters of Wyndham Lewis. (LC 61-10121) xxvii, 580 pp. Ed: W. K. Rose.
14. McCullers, Carson (1917-1967).
The Member of the Wedding. (LC 51-10532) 128 pp. 12/63. NDP153. See also
15. Merton, Thomas (1915-1968).
Clement of Alexandria: Selections from the Protreptikos. 27 pp.
16. __________. Emblems
of a Season of Fury. (LC 63-18635) 160 pp. 10/63. NDP140. Poems.
17. Miller, Henry (1891-1980).
Just Wild about Harry: A Melo-Melo. (LC 62-17269) 127 pp. 2/27/63. See
also 1979 (NDP479).
18. Paz, Octavio (b. 1914).
Sunstone. (LC 62-19399) 47 pp. 3/20/63. Tr. from Portugese: Muriel Rukeyser.
See also 1991 (NDP735).
19. Pound, Ezra Loomis (1985-1972).
The Translations of Ezra Pound. 3/20/63. NDP130. Remaining sheets of
first ed. bound as paperback. See also 1953.
20. __________. The Cantos
of Ezra Pound. (LC 63-18634) Revised ed. See also 1948, 1971, 1989.
21. __________. Translations. 448 pp. 11//63. NDP145. Revised and enlarged ed. See also 1953.
22. Rao, Raja. Kanthapura.
(LC 63-18637) viii, 244 pp. 11/63. NDP144. See also 1967 (NDP224).
23. Rexroth, Kenneth (b.
1905). The Homestead Called Damascus. 48 pp. Series: WPS 3.
24. __________. Natural
Numbers: Selected Poems 1940-1963. (LC 63-18636) 128 pp. NDP141.
25. __________. (Editor
and Translator). One Hundred Poems from the Japanese. 1963. NDP147. See
1955. See also 1976 (NDP420). December 1963.
26. Rukeyser, Muriel (b.
1913). Selected Poems. NDP150. See also 1951.
27. Saikaku, Ihara (1642-1693).
The Life of an Amorous Woman & Other Writings. 403 pp. Tr., Ed.,
Intro., Essays: Ivan Morris. Illus: UNESCO Collection of Representative Works.
See also 1969 (NDP270).
28. Thomas, Norman (1884-1968).
Ask at the Unicorn. (LC 62-17273) 222 pp. 2/63. NDP129. Photo offset
from Weidenfeld & Nicholson, London.
29. Watkins, Vernon Phillips
(1906-1967). Affinities. (LC 63-10008) 5/31/63. Import from Faber and
30. Williams, William Carlos
(1883-1963). The Collected Later Poems. (LC 62-19398) 5/31/63. Revised
and enlarged ed. See also 1950.
31. __________. Paterson
(Books I-V). 288 pp. NDP152.
32. __________. Selected
Poems. xx, 140 pp. NDP131. See also 1949, 1968, 1985.
33. Zahn, Curtis. American Contemporary. (LC 63-18632) 10/17/63. NDP139. Intro: Herbert Gold. Joint production with San Francisco Review.