John Gardner: A Bibliographical Profile

John Gardner: A Bibliographical Profile

John Gardner: A Bibliographical Profile

John Gardner: A Bibliographical Profile

Synopsis

"So now," writes John Gardner in his Afterword to the first annotated bibliography of works by and about him, "reading John Howell's list of Separate publications'- XXXI in all (however many that is)- I feel pleasure and then alarm, rolling my eyes toward the ceiling, asking God, Is it enough? '"

The book includes a biographical sketch; a collation of the first American edition; printing histories of first American and British editions and of subsequent editions; annotated checklists of fiction, poetry, essays, reviews, and letters; an annotated checklist of interviews: "I'm astonished, reading these summaries of interviews, at how often and how deeply I contradict myself"; a checklist of manuscripts and contributions to other media; secondary checklists of articles, essays, and reviews about Gardner and his works; plus photographs of assorted pages, dust jackets, and Gardner memorabilia.

Excerpt

Books, pamphlets, broadsides, and sheets wholly or substantially by Gardner, arranged chronologically, with foreign translations listed as an aa supplement at the end of the work's history.

A.I the Old Men (1959)

[Ann Arbor: University Microfilms 1959]. a novel submitted as a Ph.D. dissertation by "John C. Gardner" at the State University of Iowa, August 1958. Xerox and microfilm copies of this dissertation are distributed on request by University Microfilms. the original typescript is shelved in the university library.

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