Writing after Hitler: The Work of Jakov Lind

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Bibliography
SILKE HASSLERThis bibliography is designed to provide a checklist of publications by Jakov Lind, together with the most significant unpublished texts and translations into other languages.
I. Publications in book form
Eine Seele aus Holz. Erzählungen. Neuwied: Luchterhand 1962.
München, Zürich: Droemer und Knaur 1964 (= KTB 64).
München, Wien: Hanser 1984 (= Edition Akzente).
Landschaft in Beton. Roman. Neuwied: Luchterhand 1963.
München: dtv 1984.
Wien: Zsolnay 1997.
De opstanding. Een Televisiespel. Amsterdam: Uitgeverij de Bezige Bij 1963.
Die Heiden. Spiel in drei Akten. Das Sterben der Silberfüchse. Hörspiel. Neuwied: Luchterhand 1965.
Anna Laub. Neuwied: Luchterhand 1965 (= Texte neuer Hörspiele).
Eine bessere Welt. In fünfzehn Kapiteln. Berlin: Wagenbach 1966 (= Quarthefte 10/11).
Ergo: A Comedy. New York: Hill & Wang 1968 (with illustrations).
Angst und Hunger. Zwei Hörspiele. Berlin: Wagenbach 1968.
Counting my Steps. New York: Macmillan 1969.
London: Jonathan Cape 1970.
London: Panther Publications 1972.
Numbers: A Further Autobiography. New York: Harper & Row 1972.
London: Jonathan Cape 1972.
The Trip to Jerusalem. New York: Harper & Row 1973.
London: Jonathan Cape 1974.
Travels to the Enu: The Story of a Shipwreck. London: Eyre Methuen 1982.
New York: St Martin’s Press/Marek 1982.
London: Eyre Methuen 1985.
The Stove: Short Stories. New York: Sheep Meadows Press 1983.
London: The Menard Press 1995.
The Inventor. London: Eyre Methuen 1987.
New York: George Braziller 1988.
Crossing: The Discovery of Two Islands. London: Methuen 1991.

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