John Gardner: A Bibliographical Profile

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B. First-Appearance Contributions to Books, Pamphlets, and Portfolios
Titles in which material by Gardner appears for the first time in a book, pamphlet, or portfolio, arranged chronologically. Previously unpublished items are so identified.
B.1 Rev. of Art and Tradition in Sir Gawain and the Green Knight, by Larry D. Benson. Critical Studies of Sir Gawain and the Green Knight. Ed. Donald Roy Howard and Christian Zacher. Notre Dame, Ind.: University of Notre Dame Press, 1968, pp. 307-10. Reprinted from Journal of English and Germanic Philology; see F. 1.
B.2 Foreword to The Construction of "Paradise Lost," by Burton Jasper Weber . Carbondale and Edwardsville: Southern Illinois University Press; London and Amsterdam: Feffer & Simons, 1971, p. ix. Gardner is general editor of this and other studies in the Literary Structures series.
B.3 "The Temptation of St. Ivo". In The Secret Life of Our Times: New Fiction from "Esquire." Ed. Gordon Lish. New York: Doubleday, 1973, pp. 435-47. An excerpt; restored to full length in The King's Indian; see C.12.
B.4 "The Song of Grendel". In The Secret Life of Our Times: New Fiction from "Esquire." Ed. Gordon Lish. New York: Doubleday, 1973, pp. 489-520. Reprints an excerpt from chaps. 1-4, and 6 of Grendel, excluding original illustrations; see C.8.
B.5 Foreword to Forms of Glory: Structure and Sense in Virgil's "Aeneid," by J. William Hunt. Carbondale and Edwardsville: Southern Illinois University Press; London and Amsterdam: Feffer & Simons, Inc., 1973, pp. ix-[x]. Gardner is general editor of this and other studies in the Literary Structures series.
B.6 Introduction to Grendel. Trans. René Daillie. Paris: Denoiël, 1974, pp. 19-23. In French; see AA. VIII.
B.7 "John Napper Sailing through the Universe". In Modern Occasions 2 New Fiction, Criticism, Poetry. Ed. Philip Rahv. Port Washington, N.Y.: Kennikat, 1974, pp. 213-27. Reprinted in The King"s Indian.

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