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    The Woman Who Rode Away and Other Stories D. H. Lawrence (London: Secker & Warburg, 1928, 7/6, 292pp, hc)
    • Two Blue Birds · ss The Pall Mall Magazine Jun 1927
    • Sun · ss New Coterie Aut 1926
    • The Woman Who Rode Away · nv The Dial Jul-Aug 1925
    • Smile · ss New Masses Jun 1926
    • The Border Line · ss Hutchinson’s Magazine Sep 1924
    • Jimmy and the Desperate Woman · nv The Criterion Oct 1924
    • The Last Laugh · ss The New Decameron IV, Oxford: Blackwell 1925
    • In Love? · ss The Dial Nov 1927
    • The Man Who Loved Islands · nv The Dial Jul 1927
    • Glad Ghosts · nv The Dial Jul-Aug 1926
    • None of That · ss


    The Floating Cafe and Other Stories Margery Lawrence (London: Jarrolds, 1936, 303pp, hc)
    • The Floating Cafe · ss
    • The Tale of Biddey Wiggin · ss
    • The Man Who Came Back · ss *
    • The Cinema Ghost · ss
    • John Challoner’s Wife · ss
    • The House of the Dancing Feet · ss The Sovereign Magazine Dec 1925
    • The Man Who Walked on the Air, or, Mr. Biggleswade’s Boots · ss
    • White Rose of Weary Leaf · ss
    • The Professor’s Ring · ss
    • The Beauty Spot · ss
    • "I’ll Help You Over..." · ss
    • The Mask of Sacrifice · ss *


    Master of Shadows Margery Lawrence (R. Hale, 1959, 12/6, 188pp, hc) [Miles Pennoyer]
    • Galoozy · nv
    • Circus Child · nv
    • The Woman on the Stairs · nv *
    • The Twisted Christ · nv


    Nights of the Round Table Margery Lawrence (London: Hutchinson, 1926, 7/6, 283pp, hc)
    • Vlasto and His Doll · ss The Tatler Christmas 1925, as “Vlasto’s Doll”
    • Robin’s Rath and What Befell There · nv Hutchinson’s Magazine Nov 1923
    • The Woozle · ss
    • Floris and the Soldan’s Daughter · ss Hutchinson’s Mystery Story Magazine Sep 1925
    • The Fifteenth Green · ss
    • How Pan Came to Little Ingleton · ss *
    • Death Valley · ss
    • The Curse of the Stillborn · ss Hutchinson’s Mystery Story Magazine Jun 1925
    • The Fields of Jean-Jacques · ss
    • Morag-of-the-Cave · ss Hutchinson’s Mystery Story Magazine Jul 1925
    • The White Cat · ss
    • The Haunted Saucepan · ss *


    Number Seven, Queer Street Margery Lawrence (R. Hale, 1945, 10/6, 350pp, hc) [Miles Pennoyer]
    • The Case of the Bronze Door · nv *
    • The Case of the Haunted Cathedral · nv
    • The Case of Ella McLeod · nv
    • The Case of the White Snake · nv
    • The Case of the Moonchild · nv
    • The Case of the Young Man with the Scar · ss
    • The Case of the Leannabh Sidhe · ss



    Strange Caravan Margery Lawrence (R. Hale, 1941, 8/6, 304pp, hc)
    • Three Tales of Love:
    • Love Is a Curious Thing · ss
    • The Fourth Window · ss
    • Salute to Love · ss
    • Two Tales of Today:
    • The House on the Wall · ss
    • The Strange Airman · ss
    • Four Tales of Prewar France:
    • Chi Chi · ss
    • Mr. Radlett’s Ruin · ss Cosmopolitan Sep 1931
    • Birthday of Veronique · ss
    • Poule de Luxe · ss


    The Terraces of Night Margery Lawrence (London: Hurst Blackett, 1932, 7/6, 256pp, hc)
    • The Crystal Snuff Box · ss
    • Mare Amore · ss Cassell’s Dec 1931, as “Storm”
    • Tinpot Landing · ss
    • The Portrait of Comtesse K · ss
    • Nannory House · ss
    • The Room in the Rosenhaus · ss
    • The Ikon · ss
    • The Dream · ss
    • The Dogs of Pemba · ss The Danger Trail Dec 1926
    • The Strange Case of Miss Cox · ss
    • The Death Strap · ss
    • The Shrine at the Cross-Roads · ss
    • The Antiquarian Tale · ss
    • The Sailor’s Tale · ss
    • My Own Tale · ss
    • The Concierge’s Tale · ss
    • The Businessman’s Tale · ss
    • The Civil Servant’s Tale · ss
    • The Priest’s Tale · ss
    • The Poet’s Tale · ss
    • The Traveller’s Tale · ss
    • The Dreamer’s Tale · ss
    • The Schoolmaster’s Tale · ss
    • The American Girl’s Tale · ss


    Best Ghost Stories of J.S. Le Fanu J. S. Le Fanu (Dover 0-486-20415-4, 1964, $5.00, 467pp, tp)
    Edited by E.F. Bleiler.
    • v · Introduction to Dover Edition · E. F. Bleiler · in
    • 1 · Squire Toby’s Will · nv Temple Bar Jan 1868
    • 29 · Schalken the Painter · nv Ghost Stories and Tales of Mystery, James McGlashan 1851; revised from an earlier story in Dublin University Magazine May ’39.
    • 47 · Madam Crowl’s Ghost · ss All the Year Round Dec 31 1870
    • 61 · The Haunted Baronet · na Belgravia Jul 1870 (+4)
    • 178 · Green Tea [Martin Hesselius] · nv All the Year Round Oct 23-Nov 13 1869
    • 208 · The Familiar [Martin Hesselius] · nv In a Glass, Darkly, Bentley 1872; revised from “The Watcher”, Ghost Stories and Tales of Mystery, James McGlashan, 1851.
    • 244 · Mr. Justice Harbottle [Martin Hesselius] · nv Belgravia Jan 1872, as “The Haunted House in Westminster”
    • 274 · Carmilla [Martin Hesselius] · na The Dark Blue Dec 1871 (+3)
    • 340 · The Fortunes of Sir Robert Ardagh · ss Dublin University Magazine Mar 1838
    • 361 · An Account of Some Strange Disturbances in Aungier Street · ss Dublin University Magazine Dec 1853
    • 380 · The Dead Sexton · ss Once a Week Christmas 1871
    • 397 · Ghost Stories of the Tiled House · ex Dublin University Magazine Nov 1861; chapters 8 and 9 of The House by the Churchyard.
    • 408 · The White Cat of Drumgunniol · ss All the Year Round Apr 2 1870
    • 419 · An Authentic Narrative of a Haunted House · ss Dublin University Magazine Oct 1862
    • 431 · Sir Dominick’s Bargain · ss All the Year Round Jul 6 1872; revised from “The Fortunes of Sir Robert Ardagh”, Dublin University Magazine Mar 1838.
    • 444 · Ultor de Lacy · nv Dublin University Magazine Dec 1861


    The Diabolical Genius J. S. Le Fanu (New York: Juniper, 1959, $2.95, 384pp, hc)
    • Uncle Silas [abridged] · n. Tinsley 1864
    • The Inn of the Flying Dragon · n.
    • Carmilla [Martin Hesselius] · na The Dark Blue Dec 1871 (+3)


    In a Glass Darkly J. S. Le Fanu (London: R. Bentley, 1872, 471pp, hc)
    • Green Tea [Martin Hesselius] · nv All the Year Round Oct 23-Nov 13 1869
    • The Familiar [Martin Hesselius] · nv *; revised from “The Watcher”, Ghost Stories and Tales of Mystery, James McGlashan, 1851.
    • Carmilla [Martin Hesselius] · na The Dark Blue Dec 1871 (+3)
    • Mr. Justice Harbottle [Martin Hesselius] · nv Belgravia Jan 1872, as “The Haunted House in Westminster”
    • The Room in the Dragon Volant [Martin Hesselius] · n. London Society Feb 1872 (+4)


    J.S. Le Fanu Ghost Stories and Mysteries J. S. Le Fanu (Dover 0-486-20715-3, 1975, $6.00, 372pp, tp)
    Edited by E.F. Bleiler.
    • iii · Introduction to the Dover Edition · E. F. Bleiler · in
    • 1 · The Room in the Dragon Volant [Martin Hesselius] · n. London Society Feb 1872 (+4)
    • 94 · Laura Silver Bell · ss Belgravia Annual 1872
    • 105 · Wicked Captain Walshawe, of Wauling · ss Dublin University Magazine Apr 1864
    • 116 · Ghost Stories of Chapelizod · gp Dublin University Magazine Jan 1851
    • 117 · The Village Bully · ss Dublin University Magazine Jan 1851
    • 121 · The Sexton’s Adventure · ss Dublin University Magazine Jan 1851
    • 126 · The Spectre Lovers · ss Dublin University Magazine Jan 1851
    • 136 · The Child That Went with the Fairies · ss All the Year Round Feb 5 1870
    • 144 · Stories of Lough Guir · gp All the Year Round Apr 23 1870; The Magician Earl, vi; Moll Rial’s Adventure, vi; The Banshee, vi; The Governess’s Dream, vi; The Earl’s Hall, vi
    • 153 · The Vision of Tom Chuff · ss All the Year Round Oct 8 1870
    • 164 · The Drunkard’s Dream · ss Dublin University Magazine Aug 1838
    • 174 · Dickon the Devil [Martin Hesselius] · ss London Society Dec 1872
    • 182 · The Ghost and the Bone-Setter · ss Dublin University Magazine Jan 1838
    • 189 · A Chapter in the History of a Tyrone Family · nv Dublin University Magazine Oct 1839
    • 216 · The Murdered Cousin [revised from “Passage in the Secret History of an Irish Countess”, Dublin University Magazine Nov 1838] · nv Ghost Stories and Tales of Mystery, James McGlashan 1851
    • 241 · The Evil Guest · na Ghost Stories and Tales of Mystery, James McGlashan 1851
    • 332 · The Mysterious Lodger · nv Dublin University Magazine Jan 1850


    Green Tea and Other Ghost Stories J. Sheridan Le Fanu (Arkham House, 1945, $3.00, x+357pp, hc)
    • Foreword · August Derleth · fw
    • Schalken the Painter · nv Ghost Stories and Tales of Mystery, James McGlashan 1851; revised from an earlier story in Dublin University Magazine May ’39.
    • Squire Toby’s Will · nv Temple Bar Jan 1868
    • Green Tea [Martin Hesselius] · nv All the Year Round Oct 23-Nov 13 1869
    • Wicked Captain Walshawe, of Wauling · ss Dublin University Magazine Apr 1864
    • Carmilla [Martin Hesselius] · na The Dark Blue Dec 1871 (+3)
    • The Sexton’s Adventure · ss Dublin University Magazine Jan 1851
    • Madam Crowl’s Ghost · ss All the Year Round Dec 31 1870
    • Sir Dominick’s Bargain · ss All the Year Round Jul 6 1872; revised from “The Fortunes of Sir Robert Ardagh”, Dublin University Magazine Mar 1838.
    • The Vision of Tom Chuff · ss All the Year Round Oct 8 1870
    • Ultor de Lacy · nv Dublin University Magazine Dec 1861
    • Dickon the Devil [Martin Hesselius] · ss London Society Dec 1872
    • The House in Aungier Street · ss Dublin University Magazine Dec 1853, as “An Account of Some Strange Disturbances in Aungier Street”
    • Mr. Justice Harbottle [Martin Hesselius] · nv Belgravia Jan 1872, as “The Haunted House in Westminster”
    • The Familiar [Martin Hesselius] · nv In a Glass, Darkly, Bentley 1872; revised from “The Watcher”, Ghost Stories and Tales of Mystery, James McGlashan, 1851.


    Madam Crowl’s Ghost and Other Stories J. Sheridan Le Fanu (London: G. Bell, 1923, 7/6, 277pp, hc)
    • The Child That Went with the Fairies · ss All the Year Round Feb 5 1870
    • Dickon the Devil [Martin Hesselius] · ss London Society Dec 1872
    • Ghost Stories of Chapelizod
    • The Village Bully · ss Dublin University Magazine Jan 1851
    • The Spectre Lovers · ss Dublin University Magazine Jan 1851
    • Madam Crowl’s Ghost · ss All the Year Round Dec 31 1870
    • Sir Dominick’s Bargain · ss All the Year Round Jul 6 1872; revised from “The Fortunes of Sir Robert Ardagh”, Dublin University Magazine Mar 1838.
    • Squire Toby’s Will · nv Temple Bar Jan 1868
    • An Account of Some Strange Disturbances in Aungier Street · ss Dublin University Magazine Dec 1853
    • Stories of Lough Guir · gp All the Year Round Apr 23 1870; The Magician Earl, vi; Moll Rial’s Adventure, vi; The Banshee, vi; The Governess’s Dream, vi; The Earl’s Hall, vi
    • Ultor de Lacy · nv Dublin University Magazine Dec 1861
    • The Vision of Tom Chuff · ss All the Year Round Oct 8 1870
    • The White Cat of Drumgunniol · ss All the Year Round Apr 2 1870
    • Wicked Captain Walshawe of Wauling · ss Dublin University Magazine Apr 1864


    The Purcell Papers J. Sheridan Le Fanu (Arkham House, 1975, $7.00, ix+241pp, hc)
    • Introduction · August Derleth · in
    • The Purcell Papers
    • The Ghost and the Bone-Setter · ss Dublin University Magazine Jan 1838
    • The Fortunes of Sir Robert Ardagh · ss Dublin University Magazine Mar 1838
    • The Drunkard’s Dream · ss Dublin University Magazine Aug 1838
    • The Quare Gander · ss Dublin University Magazine Oct 1840
    • The Child That Went with the Fairies · ss All the Year Round Feb 5 1870
    • The White Cat of Drumgunniol · ss All the Year Round Apr 2 1870
    • Ghost Stories of Chapelizod
    • The Village Bully · ss Dublin University Magazine Jan 1851
    • The Spectre Lovers · ss Dublin University Magazine Jan 1851
    • Stories of Lough Guir · gp All the Year Round Apr 23 1870; The Magician Earl, vi; Moll Rial’s Adventure, vi; The Banshee, vi; The Governess’s Dream, vi; The Earl’s Hall, vi
    • A Night in the Bell Inn · ss
    • The Dead Sexton · ss Once a Week Christmas 1871
    • The Legend of Dunblane · ss
    • The Mysterious Lodger · nv Dublin University Magazine Jan 1850
    • The Churchyard Yew · J. Sheridan Le Fanu (actually written by August W. Derleth) · ss Weird Tales Jul 1947



    Dreams Must Explain Themselves Ursula K. Le Guin (Algol Press, 1975, $3.00, 36pp, ph, cover by Andrew Porter)
    Limited to 1000 copies.


    Earthsea Ursula K. Le Guin (Gollancz, 1977, hc) [Earthsea]
    • A Wizard of Earthsea · n. Parnassus Press 1968
    • The Tombs of Atuan [Ged] · n. Worlds of Fantasy Win 1970; Atheneum 1971
    • The Farthest Shore · n. Atheneum 1972


    Hard Words and Other Poems Ursula K. Le Guin (Harper Colophon 0-06-090848-3, 1981 [Nov ’81], $4.95, 79pp, tp, cover by Robert Malkin)
    Original collection of mainstream poems.
    • 1 · I. Wordhoard
    • 3 · For Karl and Jean · pm *
    • 4 · Wordhoard · pm *
    • 5 · Danaë · pm *
    • 6 · The Man Who Shored Up Winchester Cathedral · pm *
    • 7 · Invocation · pm Speculative Poetry Review #2 1977
    • 8 · Translation · pm *
    • 9 · The Mind Is Still · pm The Kenyon Review Fll 1979
    • 10 · The Marrow · pm *
    • 11 · Hard Words · pm *
    • 12 · More Useful Truths · pm *
    • 13 · The Writer to the Dancer · pm *
    • 15 · II. The Dancing at Tillai
    • 17 · The Night · pm *
    • 18 · Siva and Kama · pm *
    • 19 · Epiphany · pm *
    • 20 · Carmagnole of the Thirtieth of June · pm *
    • 22 · School · pm *
    • 23 · Middle · pm The Kenyon Review Sum 1979
    • 24 · Tale · pm *
    • 25 · A Semi-Centenary Celebration · pm *
    • 27 · Pasupati · pm *
    • 28 · Drums · pm *
    • 29 · The Dancing at Tillai · pm *
    • 31 · III. Line Drawings
    • 33 · At Three Rivers, April 80 · pm *
    • 34 · Slick Rock Creek, September · pm *
    • 35 · Smith Creek · pm *
    • 36 · Torrey Pines Reserve · pm Lord John Press 1980
    • 37 · Coast · pm *
    • 38 · Ted with Kite · pm *
    • 39 · Central Park South, 9 March 1979 · pm *
    • 40 · For Mishka · pm *
    • 41 · Richard · pm *
    • 42 · Morden Lecture, 1978 · pm *
    • 43 · Everest · pm Encore Apr/May 1977
    • 45 · North · pm *
    • 46 · Landscape, Figure, Cavern · pm *
    • 47 · The Journey · pm *
    • 48 · Kish 29 IV 79 · pm *
    • 49 · Winter Downs · pm *
    • 51 · IV. Walking in Cornwall
    • 53 · Chun · pm 1976
    • 55 · Men-an-Tol, the Nine Maidens, Dingdong Mine, and Lanyon Quoit · pm 1976
    • 59 · Castle An Dinas and Chysauster Village · pm 1976
    • 63 · V. Simple Hill
    • 65 · Simple Hill · pm *
    • 66 · At a Quarter to Fifty · pm *
    • 67 · The Child on the Shore · pm *
    • 68 · The Indian Rugs · pm *
    • 69 · Cavaliers · pm *
    • 70 · We Are Dust · pm *
    • 71 · The Well of Baln · gp *; Count Baln, pm; Baln’s Wife, pm; Baln’s Daughter, pm
    • 74 · Totem · pm *
    • 75 · Amazed · pm *
    • 76 · Self · pm *
    • 77 · Tui · pm *
    • 78 · Vita Amicae · pm *
    • 79 · Uma · pm *


    Orsinian Tales Ursula K. Le Guin (Harper & Row, Oct ’76, hc)
    Also in pb (Bantam Sep ’77).
    • The Fountains · ss *
    • The Barrow · ss F&SF Oct 1976
    • Ile Forest · ss *
    • Conversations at Night · nv *
    • The Road East · ss *
    • Brothers and Sisters · nv The Little Magazine Sum 1976
    • A Week in the Country · nv The Little Magazine Spr 1976
    • An die Musik · ss Western Humanities Review Sum 1961
    • The House · ss *
    • The Lady of Moge · ss *
    • Imaginary Countries · ss The Harvard Advocate Win 1973


    Three Hainish Novels Ursula K. Le Guin (SFBC, 1978, hc) [League of All Worlds]
    • Rocannon’s World [expanded from “The Dowry of Angyar”, Amazing Sep ’64] · n. Ace 1966
    • Planet of Exile · n. Ace Oct 1966
    • City of Illusions · n. Ace 1967


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