W. Somerset Maugham Bibliography - Compiled, Edited and Introduced By Maugham (4)

Compiled, Edited and Introduced By Maugham (4)

  • Traveller's Library. Doubleday Doran, 1933. Reprinted the same year as Fifty Modern English Writers. Compilation, 11pp Introduction and Notes by Maugham.

Table of Contents:

General Introduction by W. Somerset Maugham

A NOVEL - Nocturne by Frank Swinnerton

SHORT STORIES - Section I - Note by W. Somerset Maugham - Youth by Joseph Conrad - An Outpost of Progress by Joseph Conrad - The Happy Hypocrite by Max Beerbohm - Enoch by Max Beerbohm - The Inmost Light by Arthur Machen - The Country of the Blind by H. G. Wells - The Celestial Omnibus by E. M. Forster - Io by Oliver Onions - The Second-Class Passenger by Perceval Gibbon - The Ginger-Nut by A. Neil Lyons - Bringing a New Boy by C. S. Evans - The Prussian Officer by D. H. Lawrence - The Tillotson Banquet by Aldous Huxley -

ESSAYS - Section I - Note by W. Somerset Maugham - Swinburne by Edmund Gosse - Robert Louis Stevenson by Edmund Gosse - No. 2 The Pines by Max Beerbohm - Wordsworth in the Tropics by Aldous Huxley - Reminiscences on Conrad by John Galsworthy - A Hermit's Day by Desmond MacCarthy - Dr Burney's Evening Party by Virginia Woolf - How to Know a Good Book from a Bad by H. W. Garrod -

POEMS - Section I - Note by W. Somerset Maugham - The Making of a Poet by Roy Campbell - The Serf by Roy Campbell - Horses on Camargue by Roy Campbell - On Some South African Novelists by Roy Campbell - Blighters by Siegfried Sassoon - Base Details by Siegfried Sassoon - Idyll by Siegfried Sassoon - Vision by Siegfried Sassoon - Everyone Song by Siegfried Sassoon - Tarantella by Hilaire Belloc - Lines to a Don by Hilaire Belloc - The Statue by Hilaire Belloc - On a Dead Hostess by Hilaire Belloc - On a Great Election by Hilaire Belloc - Partly From the Greek by Hilaire Belloc - Autumn Evening by Frances Cornford - To a Lady Seen From the Train by Frances Cornford - In the Caves of Auvergne by W. I. Turner - The Bull by Ralph Hodgson - The Mystery by Ralph Hodgson - Leisure by William H. Davies - Sea-Fever by John Masefield - I See His Blood Upon the Rose by Joseph Plunkett - The Rio Grande by Sacheverell Sitwell

A NOVEL - Note - On Arnold Bennett by W. Somerset Maugham - The Old Wives' Tales by Arnold Bennett -

POEMS - Section II - Note by W. Somerset Maugham - A Passer-By by Robert Bridges - On a Dead Child by Robert Bridges - Nightingales by Robert Bridges - Renouncement by Alice Meynell - The Hound of Heaven by Francis Thompson - The Kingdom of God (In No Strange Land) by Francis Thompson - The Soldier by Rupert Brooke - The Hill by Rupert Brooke - The Old Vicarage, Grantchester by Rupert Brooke - Heaven by Rupert Brooke - An Epitaph by Walter de la Mare - The Three Strangers by Walter de la Mare - The Little Salamander by Walter de la Mare - Arabia by Walter de la Mare - The Listeners by Walter de la Mare - The Golden Journey to Samarkand: Prologue by James Elroy Flecker - War Song of the Saracens by James Elroy Flecker - The Old Ships by James Elroy Flecker - Brumana by James Elroy Flecker - Hyali by James Elroy Flecker - Down by the Sally Garden by William Butler Yeats - The Lake Isle of Innisfree by William Butler Yeats - When You Are Old by William Butler Yeats - To a Friend Whose Work Has Come to a Nothing by William Butler Yeats - That Night Come by William Butler Yeats -

ESSAYS - Section II - Note by W. Somerset Maugham - Florence Nightingale by Lytton Strachey - Religion and Science: Old Wine in New Bottles by Julian Huxley - The Last Judgment by J. B. S. Haldane - On the Value of Scepticism by Bertrand Russell - Eastern and Western Ideals of Happiness by Bertrand Russell - A Free Man's Worship by Bertrand Russell - A Night at Pietramala by Aldous Huxley -

SHORT STORIES - Section II - Note by W. Somerset Maugham - Mrs. Johnson by Norah Hoult - The Machine Breaks Down by Osbert Sitwell - The Man With the Broken Nose by Michael Arlen - Biography by Martin Armstrong - The Poet and the Mandrill by Martin Armstrong - The Big Drum by William Gerhardi - Pictures by Katherine Mansfield - Psychology by Katherine Mansfield - Miss Brill by Katherine Mansfield - The Marquis de Chaumant by Harold Nicolson - Arketall by Harold Nicolson - Lady Into Fox by David Garnett - Louise by Saki (H. H. Munro) - Tabermory by Saki (H. H. Munro) - Esme by Saki (H. H. Munro) -

A NOVEL - Note by W. Somerset Maugham - Trent's Last Case by E. C. Bentley -

  • Tellers of Tales. 100 Short Stories From the United States, England, France, Russia and Germany. Doubleday Doran, 1939. Reprinted in 1943 as The Greatest Stories of All Times. Selection and 27pp Introduction by Maugham.

Table of Contents:

Introduction by W. Somerset Maugham

Rip Van Winkle by Washington Irving - The Stout Gentleman by Washington Irving - La Grande Breteche by Honore de Balzac - The Gray Champion by Nathaniel Hawthorne - The Crimson Curtain by Jules Barbey d'Aurevilly - The Gold-Bug by Edgar Allan Poe - A Simple Heart by Gustave Flaubert - Krambambuli by Marie von Ebner-Eschenbach - The Outcasts of Poker Flat by Francis Bret Harte - Olympe and Henriette by Villiers de l'Isle Adam - - The Three Strangers by Thomas Hardy - The Jolly Corner by Henry James - The Procurator of Judaea by Anatole France - Youth by Karl Emil Franzos - Markheim by Robert Louis Stevenson - The Necklace by Guy de Maupassant - The Legacy by Guy de Maupassant - Useless Mouths by Octave Mirbeau - The Happy Prince by Oscar Wilde - The Adventure of the Bruce-Partington Plans by Arthur Conan Doyle - Typhoon by Joseph Conrad - The Fate of the Baron by Arthur Schnitzler - The Whirlgig of Life by O. Henry - Without Visible Means by Arthur Morrison - The Stricken Doe by Pierre Mille - The Monkey's Paw by W. W. Jacobs - The Coach by Violent Hunt - The Last Visit by Tristan Bernard - The Man Who Would be King by Rudyard Kipling - Without Benefit of Clergy by Rudyard Kipling - Papago Wedding by Mary Austin - Uncle Franz by Ludwig Thoma - The Door in the Wall by H. G. Wells - An Experiment of Misery by Stephen Crane - Tobermory by Saki - To Build a Fire by Jack London - The Death of Ivan Ilych by Leo Tolstoy - The Toupee Artist by Nicolai Lyeskov - Mouzhiks by Anton Chekhov - Twenty-Six and One by Maxim Gorky - Sunstroke by Ivan Bunin - Captain Ribnikov by Alexander Kuprin - Hydromel by Vassili Iretsky - Without Cherry Blossom by Pantaleimon Romanof - In the Town of Berdichev by Vassili Grossman - Hunger by Alexander Neweroff - Romance by Vera Inber - ''Earth of the Hands by Boris Pilnjak - A Letter by Isaac Babel - The Child by Vsevolod Ivanov - The Customer by Georgy Peskov - The Knives by Valentine Katayev - Pippo Spano by Heinrich Mann - Old Rogaum and His Theresa by Theodore Dreiser - A. V. Laider by Max Beerbohm - The Amulet by Jacob Wassermann - Cavalry Patrol by Hugo von Hofmannsthal - Seeds by Sherwood Anderson - The Other Woman by Sherwood Anderson - Early Sorrow by Thomas Mann - Mr and Mrs Abbey's Difficulties by E. M. Forster - The Invisible Collection by Stefan Zweig - Uncle Fred Flits By by P. G. Wodehouse - In the Last Coach by Leonhard Frank - Counterparts by James Joyce - The Tragedy of Goupil by Louis Pergaud - Odour of Chrysanthemums by D. H. Lawrence - The Chink by Alexandre Arnoux - Haircut by Ring Lardner - Champion by Ring Lardner - A Balaam by Arnold Zweig - Old Man Minick by Edna Ferber - The Golden Beetle by Bruno Frank - The Catalan Night by Paul Morand - Silent Snow, Secret Snow by Conrad Aiken - The Lovely Day by Jacques de Lacretelle - On the Farm by Hans Friedrich Blunck - The Killers by Ernest Hemingway - The Strangers by Katherine Mansfield - The House of Mourning by Franz Werfel - A Start in Life by Ruth Suckow - The Desert Islander by Stella Benson - Big Blonde by Dorothy Parker - Orphant Annie by Thyra Samter Winglow - Nuns at Luncheon by Aldous Huxley - The Rich Boy by F. Scott Fitzgerald - The Imposition by L. A. G. Strong - Turn About by William Faulkner - The Doll by J. Kessel - Reduced by Elizabeth Bowen - Maria Concepcion by Katherine Anne Porter - The Cherry Feast by Ernst Glaeser - No More Trouble for Jedwick by Louis Paul - If You Can't Be Good, Be Cautious by T. O. Beachcroft - The Ball by Irene Nemirovsky - Kneel to the Rising Sun by Erskine Caldwell - The Novaks by Christopher Isherwood - Convalescence by Kay Boyle - The Station by H. E. Bates - Oklahoma Race Riot by Frances W. Prentice -

  • Great Modern Reading. Introduction to Modern English and American Literature. Nelson Doubleday, 1943. Reprinted the same year as Introduction to Modern English and American Literature. Selection, 9pp Introduction and Notes by Maugham;

Table of Contents:

Introduction by W. Somerset Maugham

- Petrified Man by Eudora Welty - The Visit by Andy Logan - The Daring Young Man on the Flying Trapeze by William Saroyan -

- An Airman's to His Mother, Anonymous - Three War Letters from Britain -

- Boy with His Hair Cut Short by Muriel Rukeyser - The Express by Stephen Spender - In Railway Halls by Stephen Spender - What I Expected by Stephen Spender - Birmingham by Louis MacNeice - Tempt Me No More by Cecil Day-Lewis - Look, Stranger, at This Island Now by W. H. Auden - A Shilling Life Will Give All the Facts by W. H. Auden - As I Walked Out One Evening by W. H. Auden - No Doubt Left. Enough Deceiving by James Agee -

- The Gift by John Steinbeck - The Erne from the Coast by T. O. Beachcroft - Maria by Elizabeth Bowen - The People vs Abe Lathan, Colored by Erskine Caldwell - Night Club by Kathrine Brush - The Lily by H. E. Bates - Mary by John Collier - Brotherhood by H. A. Manhood -

- Let Freedom Ring by Alva Johnston - Art and Isadora by John Dos Pasos -

- To a Fat Lady Seen from the Train by Frances Cornford - Unfortunate Coincidence by Dorothy Parker - Godspeed by Dorothy Parker - Social Note by Dorothy Parker - Indian Summer by Dorothy Parker - Healed by Dorothy Parker - Kindly Unhitch that Star, Buddy by Ogden Nash - If You Can't Eat, You Got To by E. E. Cummings - The Noster Was a Ship of Swank by E. E. Cummings - The Fish by Marianne Moore - In Westminster Abbey by John Betjeman - On His Books by Hilaire Belloc - On Noman, a Guest by Hilaire Belloc - On Lady Poltagrue by Hilaire Belloc - Epitaph on the Politician by Hilaire Belloc - Another on the Same by Hilaire Belloc - Fatigue by Hilaire Belloc - On a Dead Hostess by Hilaire Belloc - On Some South African Novelists by Roy Campbell -

- Babylon Revisited by F. Scott Fitzgerald - The Short Happy Life of Francis Macomber by Ernest Hemingway - A Rose for Emily by William Faulkner - Bill's Eyes by William March - Defeat by Osbert Sitwell - Legend of the Crooked Coronet by Michael Arlen -

- Letter to T. D. D. by D. H. Lawrence - Letter to Lady Ottoline Morrell by D. H. Lawrence - Letter to Herbert S. Houston by Walter Hines Page - Letter to Mr Wu by Oliver Wendell Holmes - Letter to Mrs Winthrop Chanler by John Jay Chapman - Letter to William James by John Jay Chapman - Letter to His Wife by John Jay Chapman - Letter to Mrs Winthrop Chanler by John Jay Chapman - Letter to S. S. Drury by John Jay Chapman -

- For the Fallen by Laurence Binyon - Everyone Sang by Siegfried Sassoon - From My Diary by Wilfrid Owen - Greater Love by Wilfrid Owen - Breakfast by Wilfrid Owen - The Soldier by Rupert Brooke - I Have a Rendezvous with Death by Alan Seeger - The Song of the Ungirt Runners by Charles Hamilton Sorley - - Epitaph on an Army of Mercenaries by A. E. Housman -

- The Avenging Chance by Anthony Berkeley - The Crime in Nobody's Room by Carter Dickson - A Man Called Spade by Dashiell Hammett -

- Ash-Wednesday by T. S. Eliot - The Hollow Men by T. S. Eliot - Mr Eliot's Sunday Morning Service by T. S. Eliot -

- Comfort by Aldous Huxley - Mary Wollstonecraft by Virginia Woolf - What I Believe by E. M. Forster - How Writing in Written by Gertrude Stein -

- The Devil and Daniel Webster by Stephen Vincent Benet - - Flowering Judas by Katherine Anne Porter - The Greatest Man in the World by James Thurber - There's Money in Poetry by Konrad Berkovici - The Foghorn by Gertrude Atherton -

- Chicago by Carl Sandburg - Leisure by William Henry Davies - What Lips My Lips Have Kissed by Edna St. Vincent Millay - O World, Be Nobler by Lawrence Binyon - Blue Girls by John Crave Ransom - Sunday Morning by Wallace Stevens - Shine, Perishing Republic by Robinson Jeffers - Promise of Peace by Robinson Jeffers - The Call by Charlotte Mew -

- Dr Arnold by Lytton Strachey - Phineas Taylor Barnum by Gamaliel Bradford -

- At the End of the Passage by Rudyard Kipling - Roman Fever by Edith Wharton - I'm a Fool by Sherwood Anderson - The Golden Honeymoon by Ring Lardner - The Match-Maker by H. H. Munro (Saki) - Revelations by Katherine Mansfield -

- The Beast in the Jungle by Henry James -

- The Ghosts of the Buffaloes by Vachel Lindsay - Benjamin Pantier by Edgar Lee Masters - Mrs Benjamin Pantier by Edgar Lee Masters - Saint Peter Relates an Incident of the Resurrection Day by James Weldon Jonhson - Miniver Cheevy by Edward Arlington Robinson - Richard Cory by Edward Arlington Robinson - Once by the Pacific by Robert Frost - The Pasture by Robert Frost - The Road Not Taken by Robert Frost - Puritan Sonnet by Elinor Wylie -

- Seeing People Off by Max Beerbohm - Afterthoughts by Logan Pearsale Smith - Classic Liberty by George Santayana - Dunkirk by Winston Churchill -

- The Listeners by Walter de la Mare - An Epitaph by Walter de la Mare - Mandalay by Rudyard Kipling - A Shropshire Lad, XXII by A. E. Housman - Last Poems, XI by A. E. Housman - Last Poems, XXVI by A. E. Housman - More Poems, XII by A. E. Housman - More Poems, XXXVI by A. E. Housman - In Time of The Breaking of Nations by Thomas Hardy - The Darkling Thrush by Thomas Hardy - In Tenebris by Thomas Hardy - Nightingales by Robert Bridges - When You Are Old by William Butler Yeats - The Wild Swans at Coole by William Butler Yeats - Sailing to Byzantium by William Butler Yeats - In No Strange Land by Francis Thompson -

  • A Choice of Kipling's Prose. Macmillan & Co., 1952. Also published by Doubleday in 1953 as Maugham's Choice of Kipling's Best. Selection and 20pp or so Introductory Essay by Maugham.

Contents

Introduction by W. Somerset Maugham

The Finest Story in the World - The Man Who Was - The Tomb of His Ancestors - At the End of the Passage - Wireless - On Greenhow Hill - Love-o'-women - The Brushwood Boy - The Man Who Would Be King - William the Conqueror - They - Tods' Amendment - Mowgli's Brothers - The Miracle of Purun Bhagat - Without Benefit of Clergy - The Village that Voted the Earth Was Flat -

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