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Literary Anthology Collection

This list corresponds to a card file kept in the Reading Room.

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  1. The Abnormal Personality through Literature. Edited by Alan A. and Sue Smart Stone. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1966. 423 p.
  2. Alfred Hitchcock Presents: A Bakers Dozen of Suspense Stories. New York: Dell, 1963. 192 p. Dell book no. 3626.
  3. The American Identity: Seven issues; a college reader. Ed. Sam S. Baskett, Theodore B. Strandness. Boston: D. C. Heath, 1962. 460 p.
  4. American Literature; a representative anthology of American writing from colonial times to the present. Selected and introduced by Geoffrey Moore. London: Faber and Faber. 1964. 1328 p.
  5. The American Mercury Reader; a selection of distinguished articles, stories and poems published in The American Mercury during the past twenty years. Ed. Lawrence E. Spivak, Charles Angoff. Philadelphia: Blakison, 1944. 378 p. Illustrated.
  6. An American Omnibus. With an introduction by Carl Van Doren. Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday, 1933. Illustrated.
  7. An American Omnibus. With an introduction by Carl Van Doren. New York: The Literary Guild, 1933.
  8. American Points of View, 1936. Edited by William H. and Kathryn Coe Cordell. Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday, Doran, 1937. 309 p. Contents by Lewis: "Rambling thoughts on literature as a business" pp. 58-62.
  9. American Short Stories. Selected and with notes by Bengt Jürgensen. København: J. H. Schultz Forlag, 1952. 72 p.
  10. American Types. Edited by Clarence F. Underwood; with 16 engravings in color and 47 in black and white; with poems by various authors. New York: Stokes, 1912. Illustrated.
  11. The American Writer and the Great Depression. Ed. Harvey Swados. Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill, 1966. 521 p. Illustrated.
  12. The American Writer and the Great Depression. Ed. Harvey Swados. Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill, 1966. 521 p. Illustrated. American Heritage Series, 63. 4th printing.
  13. The Anxious Years: America in the 1930s; a collection of contemporary writings. Ed. with an introduction by Louis Filler. New York: G. P. Putnam, c. 1963. 375 p. Goldstone unlimited. Contents by Steinbeck: "The Vigilante" pp. 94-100.
  14. The Armchair Esquire. Ed. Arnold Gingrich and L. Rust Hills; introduction by Granville Hicks. New York: G. P. Putnam, 1958. 354, 24 p. Goldstone B106. Contents by Steinbeck: "The Case of Arthur Miller" pp. 245-248.
  15. The Armchair Esquire. Ed. Arnold Gringrich and L. Rust Hills. London: Heinemann, 1959. 383 p. Goldstone B108. Contents by Steinbeck: "The Case of Arthur Miller" pp. 239-242.
  16. The Armchair Esquire. Ed, Arnold Gingrich and L. Rust Hills; Introduction by granville Hicks. New York: Popular Library, 1960. 270 p. Popular Library ed. W1100. Goldstone B114. Contents by Steinbeck: "The Case of Arthur Miller" pp. 205-208.
  17. Attacks of Taste. Compiled and edited by Evelyn B. Byrne and Otto M. Penzler. New York: Gotham Book Mart, 1971. Contents by Miller: "Attacks of Taste" pp. 30-31.
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  19. The Bedside Esquire. Ed. Arnold Gingrich. New York: Robert M. McBride, 1940. 703 p. Boldstone B12. First ed. Contents by Steinbeck: "The Lonesome Vigilante" pp. 324-329; "The ears of Johnny Bear" pp. 399-414; "A Snake of One's Own" pp. 558-566.
  20. Bedside Reader; an anthology of 101 great stories. Pleasantville, NY: Reader's Digest Association, 1970. 640 p. Illustrated.
  21. The Best American Short Stories ----, and the Yearbook of the American Short Story. Boston: Houghton Mifflin. Publisher 1918: Boston: Small, Maynard. LIBRARY HAS: 1918, 1931, 1938, 1942, 1949, 1950, 1951, 1969, 1973, 1979, 1980. Publisher 1931: Dodd, Mead.
  22. Best Detective Stories of the Year 1978; 32nd annual collection. Ed. Edward D. Hoch. New York: E.P. Dutton, 1978. 213 p.
  23. Best Detective Stories of the Year 1980; 34th annual collection. Ed. Edward D. Hoch. New York: E.P. Dutton, 1980. 211 p.
  24. The Best from Manhunt. Selected and with introductions by Scott and Sidney Meredity. New York: Permabooks, 1958. 164 p. [M-3111]
  25. Best Magazine Articles: 1968. Ed. Gerald Walker. New York: Crown, 1968. 310 p.
  26. The Best of the Bedside Esquire. Ed. Arnold Gingrich. New York: Bantam, 1954. 302 p. A Bantam Fifty no. F1274.
  27. The Best of the Diners' Club Magazine. Ed. Matty Simmons and Sam Boal. New York: Regents American Publishing, 1962. 351 p.
  28. Best Sellers from Reader's Digest Condensed Books. Pleasantville, NY: Readers Digest Association, 1961. Goldstone B117. Contents by Steinbeck: "The Winter of out Discontent (condensed)" pp. 329-478.
  29. Best Short Stories 19--: see Best America Short Stories 19--
  30. Best Stories from Mademoiselle; a selection of stories from the book 40 Best Stories from Mademoiselle. Ed. Cyrilly Abels and Margarita G. Smith. New York: Popular Library, 1961. 380 p.
  31. Best In Books. Garden City, NY: Nelson Doubleday, 1966. 543 p.
  32. A Book of Prefaces. By Van Wyck Brooks and others. New York: Limited Editions Club, 1941. 94 p.
  33. A Book of Princeton Verse, 1916. Ed. Alfred Noyes. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1916. 187 p.
  34. Breaking Into Print; being a compilation of papers wherein each of a select group of authors tells of the difficulties of authorship and how such trials are met... ed. Elmer Adler. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1937. 196 p.
  35. Breakthrough; a treasury of contemporary American-Jewish literarure. Ed. Irving Malin and Irwin Stark. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1964. 376 p.
  36. Breve Antologia de Scrittori Ingelsi e Americani; a few pages of English prose for translation into Italian. Selected by Rina Detti. Firenze: Linreria Internazionale C. Caldini, 1955. Goldstone Unlisted. Contents by Steinbeck: "from 'The Red Pony'" pp. 42-43.
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  38. Candles In The Night; Jewish tales by gentile authors. Ed. Joseph L. Baronl with a preface by Carl Van Doren. New York: Farrar & Rinehart, 1940. 391 p.
  39. Carolina Folk Plays: Second Series. Ed. with an introduction by Frederick H. Koch; illustrated from photographs of the original productions of the plays. New York: Henry Holt, 1924. 173 p. Illustrated.
  40. Carolina Folk Plays: First, Second and Third series. Ed. and with an introduction by Frederick H. Koch; foreword by Paul Green. New York: Holt, 1941. 493 p. Illustrated.
  41. Cavalcade of the 1920s and 1930s; selections from America's most memorable magazine Vanity Fair/ Ed. Cleveland Amory and Frederic Bradlee. London: The Bodley Head, 1961. 327 p. Illustrated. Contents by Wolfe: "The Bums at Sunset" pp. 310-312.
  42. A Companion to The Grapes of Wrath. Ed. Warren French. New York: Viking, 1963. 243 p. Goldstone B131. Contents by Steinbeck: "Their Blood is Strong" pp. 53-92.
  43. Contemporary American Thought; a college reader. Ed. E. W. Johnson. New York: Free Press, 1968. 560 p.
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  45. Daughters of Eve. Compiled by T. A. Dardis. New York: Berkeley, 1956. Goldstone B93. Contents by Steinbeck: "The Snake" pp. 39-48.
  46. Decade; a collection of poems from the first ten years of the Wesleyan poetry program. Selected and with an introduction by Norman Holmes Pearson. Middletown, CT: Wesleyan University Press, 1969.
  47. Discovery of Europe; the story of American experience in the old world. Edited and with an introduction and comments by Phillip Rahv. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1947. 743 p.
  48. Dogs, heroes, Adventures, Friends; a collection of 30 outstanding stories. Selected and edited by Florence Peterson; illustrated by Hamilton Greene; foreword by Farley Mowat. New York: Platt and Munk, 1964. 336 p. Illustrated.
  49. Double Exposure. Ed. Roddy McDowall. New York: Delacorte Prees, 1966. 251 p. Illustrated.
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  51. Encounters; an anthology from the first ten years of Encounter magazine. Ed. Stephen Spender, Irving Kristol, Melvin J. Lasky; selected by Melvin J. Lasky. New York: Basic Books, 1963. 562 p.
  52. The Esquire Treasury... Ed. Arnol Gingrich. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1953. 649 p. Illustrated. Goldstone B77. Contents by Steinbeck: "The Lonesome Vigilante" pp. 99-103.
  53. Essays Today 3. Ed. Richard M. Ludwig. New York: Harcourt, Brac, 1958. 186 p.
  54. Evergreen Review Reader, 1957-1967; a ten-year anthology. Ed. Barney Rosset. New York: Grove, 1968. 15 p. Illustrated.
  55. The Experience of Literature; a reader with commentaries. Ed. Lionel Trilling. Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1967. 132 pp.
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  57. The Fabulous Country; an anthology. Ed. Charles Laughton. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1962. 275 p.
  58. Fabulous Yesterday, Coronet's 25th Anniversary Album Ed. Lewis W. Gillenson. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1961. 246 p. Illustrated.
  59. The Faces of Five Decades; selections from fifty years of the New Republic, 1914-1964. Ed. Robert B. Luce; commentary by Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1964. 480 p. Illustrated.
  60. Family Tree; an anthology of the worlds most distinguished fiction and non fiction about family relationships with sources ranging from the Bible to The New Yorker. Compiled and edited by Johanna Johnston and Murry Karmiller. Cleveland: World, 1967. 552 p.
  61. Famous Recipes by Famous People, Hotel Del Monte. Recipes compiled and commented upon by Herbert Cerwin, illustrated by Paul Whitman. Del Monte, CA: Hotel Del Monte, 1936. 43 p. Illustrated. Goldstone B3. 1st ed. Contents by Steinbeck: "Tortilla Flat" p. 18.
  62. Famous Recipes by Famous People, Hotel Del Monte. Recepies compiled and commented upon by Herbert Cerwin, illustrated by Paul Whitman. Del Monte, CA: Hotel Del Monte, 1936. 43 p. Illustrated. Goldstone B3. 2nd ed. Contents by Steinbeck: "Tortilla Flat" p. 18.
  63. Famous Recipes by Famous People; compiled and edited by Herbert Cerwin; illustrated by Sinclair Ross. San Fransisco; Lane. 1940. Illustrated. Goldstone B11. Contents by Steinbeck: "Of Beef and Men" p. 11.
  64. Famous Stories of Five Centuries. Selected and arranged by Hugh Walpole and Wilfred Partington; introduction by Hugh Walpole. New York: Farrar and Rinehart, not dated. 1021 p. Illustrated.
  65. Fiction of the Fifties; a decade of American writing. Stories selected and with an introduction by Herbert Gold. Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1959. 329 p. A Dolphin Book.
  66. Fifty Best American Short Stories, 1915-1965. Ed. Martha Foley. Boston: Houghton and Mifflin, 1965. 814 p.
  67. 55 Short Stories from the New Yorker. New York: Simon and Schuster, 19493 780 p. 2nd printing. A 25th anniversary volume of stories that have appeared in the magazine during the past decade. 1940-1950.
  68. 50 Great American Short Stories. Ed. and with an introduction by Milton Crane. New York: Bantam Books, 1965. 502 p. Bantam Classic no. WC265. Goldstone B - unlisted. Contents by Steinbeck: "The Harness" pp. 336-348.
  69. 50 Great Short Stories. Ed. Milton Crane. New York: Bantam Books, 1952. 470 p. Bantam Classic no. FC29. Goldstone B72. Contents by Steinbeck: "The Crysanthemums" pp. 282-291.
  70. 50 Great American Short Stories. Ed. Milton Crane. New York: Bantam Books, 1952. 632 p. Bantan Giant, A950.
  71. 50 Years of the New Republic. Ed. Ronert B. Luce; foreword by Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr. London: George Allen & Unwin, 1965. 288 p.
  72. The Forms of Fiction. Ed. John Gardner and Dennis Dunlap. New York: Random House, 1962. 657 p, Goldstone B124. Contents by Steinbeck: "The Chrysanthemums" pp. 248-258.
  73. The Fortune Anthology; stories, criticisms and poems. London: The Fortune Press, not dated. 79 p. Contents by Miller: "The Wisdom of the Heart", pp. 56-68.
  74. Four Complete Heritage Novels. Ed. Lilian M. Popp. New York: Globe Books, 1963. 605 p.
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  76. The Girls from Esquire; introduction by Frederic A. Birmingham. New York: Random House, 1952. 308 p. Illustrated.
  77. The Golden Argosy: a collection of the most celebrated short stories in the English language. Ed. Van H. Cartmell and Charles Grayson. New York: Dial Press, 1955. 656 p.
  78. The Great American Parade. Garden City, NY: Doubleday, Doran, 1935. 611 p.
  79. The Great American Parade. Garden City, NY: Doubleday, Doran, 1937. 611 p.
  80. Great Love Stories from the Saturday Evening Post. Ed. Julie Eisenhower. Indianapolis: Curtis, 1976. 306 p.
  81. Great Modern European Short Stories. Selected and introduced by Douglas and Sylvia Angus. Greenwich, CT: Fawcett, 1969. 383 p. (Fawcett Premier Book m351.) 2nd Fawcett printing Nov. 1969.
  82. Great Modern Short Novels. Garden City, NY: Nelson Doubleday Inc, 1966. Goldstone C158. Contents by Steinbeck: The Red Pony (first three chapters), pp. 151-214.
  83. Great Short Novels; an anthology. Ed. Edward Weeks. New York: The Literary Guild of America, 1941. 999 p.
  84. Great Stories About Show Business. Ed. Jerry Lewis. New York: Coward-McCann, 1957.
  85. Great Tales of Terror and the Supernatural. Ed. Herbert A. Wise and Phyllis Fraser. New York: Random House, 1944.
  86. Great Tales of the Deep South; with an introduction by Malcolm Cowley
  87. New York: Lion Library Editions, 1955. 192 p.
  88. Great Western Short Stories. Ed. J. Golden Taylor; with an introduction by Wallace Stegner. Palo Alto, CA: American West, 1967. 572 p.
  89. Growing Up in Minnesota; ten writers remember their childhoods. Ed. Chester G. Anderson. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1976. 250 p.
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  91. High Gear. Ed. Evan Jones. New York: Bantam Books, 1963. 184 p. Bantam Pathfinder Edition no. EP32.
  92. Holiday in France. Collected and illustrated by Ludwig Belemans. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1957. 335 p. Illustrated. Goldstone B98. Contents by Steinbeck: "One American in Paris" pp. 142-153.
  93. Homage to Sherwood Anderson, 1876-1941. Ed. Paul P. Appel. Mamaroneck, NY: Appel, 1970. 212 p. frontis. c.1; c.2: Number 48 of 350 numbered copies in different binding and boxed. Contents by Wolfe: "Letter to Sherwood Anderson" pp. 107-109. Johnson C unlisted (see C125).
  94. Hommage à André Gide. Paris: La Nouvelle Revue Français, 1951. 421 p. Goldstone B68. Number 942 of 1300 copies. Contents of Steinbeck: "Un Grand Romancier de Notre Temps" p. 30.
  95. Hommage à André Gide. Paris: La Nouvelle Revue Français, 1951. 421 p. Goldstone B68. Regular edition. Contents of Steinbeck: "Un Grand Romancier de Notre Temps" p. 30.
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  97. The Intelligent Buyer's Guide to Sellers. Ed. Dexter Masters. Mount Vernon, NY: Consumers Edition. 1965. 255 p.
  98. Introduction to the Short Story. By Robert Boynton and Maynard Mack. New York: Hayden Boos, 1965. 295 p. Goldstone unlisted. Contents by Steinbeck: "Flight" pp. 197-216.
  99. The Iron Gate of Jack and Charlie's "21". Through which is presented a vivid portrayal of a unique institution -- by a distinguished group of authors, artists and celebrities. Issued on the twenty-fifth anniversary of the founding of "21," in memory of John Carl Kriendler for the benefit of te New York Heart Association. New York: Jack Kriendler Memorial Foundation. Inc., 1950. 220 p. Illustrated. Goldstone B63. Two copies. Contents by Steinbeck: "The 'Inside' on the Inside" p. 27.
  100. Irvin Cobb; his book. Friendly tributes upon the occasion of a dinner tendered to Irvin Shrewsbury Cobb at the Waldorf-Astoria hotel, New York, April 25, MCMXV. New York, 1915. Illustrated. Contents by Sinclair Lewis: "C-O-B-B"
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  102. Journey Into Night: an anthology. Compiled by H.J. Deverson. London: Leslie Frewin, 1966. 316 p. Illustrated. Goldstone B157. Contents by Steinbeck: "The Night They Buried Grandpa," from The Grapes of Wrath, pp. 312-316.
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  104. The Kitbook for Soldiers, Sailors and Marines. Compiled by R. M. Barrows; associated editor E. X. Pastor. Chicago: Consolidated Book Publishers, 1942. 336 p. Illustrated.
  105. The Kitbook for Soldiers, Sailors and Marines. Compiled by R. M. Barrows; associated editor E. X. Pastor. Chicago: Consolidated Book Publishers, 1943. 336 p. Illustrated. Boxed.
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  107. The Ladies' Home Journal Treasury, selected from the complete files by John Mason Brown and the editors of the Ladies' Home Journa;. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1956. 580 p. Illustrated. Goldstone B91. Contents by Steinbeck: "Over There" pp. 288-291.
  108. Ladies of the Gothics; tales of romance and terror by the gentle sex. Selected and with introductions by Seon Manley and Gogo Lewis. New York: Lothrop, Lee & Shepard, 1975. 219 p.
  109. Leaves in the Storm: A Book of Diaries. Ed. with a running commentary by Stefan Schimanski and Henry Treece. London: Lindsay Drummond, 1947. 299 p.
  110. Literary Criticism in America. Ed. and with an introduction by Albert D. Van Nostrand. New York: Liberal Arts Press, 1957. 333 p.
  111. The Literary Gourmet. Written and edited by Linda Wolfe; with drawings by Frederick E. Banbery. New York: Random House, 1962. 387 p. Illustrated.
  112. Literary Treasures of 1929. Hearst's International-Cosmopolitan Magazine, 1929. 309 p. Number 1554. Contents by Sinclair Lewis: "He Had a Brother" pp. 74-103. "For private distribution only."
  113. Literature: Second edition. Ed. Hans P. Guth. Belmont, CA: Wadsworth, 1968. 923 p.
  114. The Literature of Crime; stories by world-famous authors. Ed. Ellery Queen. Boston: Little, Brown, 1950. 405 p.
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  116. Majority, 1931-1952: an anthology of 21 years of publishing. London: Hamish Hamilton, 1952 1035 p.
  117. Many-Colored Fleece. Ed. Sister Mariella Gable. New York: Sheed and Ward, 1951. Top of p. 60 signed by Steinbeck. Goldstone unlisted. Contents by Steinbeck: "The Miracle of Tepayac" pp. 60-66.
  118. Masterpieces of War Reporting; the great moments of World War 2. Ed. Louis L. Snyder. New York: Julian Messner, 1962. 555 p.
  119. Men and Women. Ed. William Kozlenko. New York: A Lion Book, 1953. 192 p. A Lion Book no. 177.
  120. Mid-Century; an anthology of distinguished contemporary American short stories. Selected and with an introduction by Orville Prescott. New York: Pocket Books, 1958. 320 p. The Pocket Library, PL65.
  121. The Minnesota Experience; an anthology. Ed. Jean Ervin. Minneapolis: Adams Press, 1979. 455 p.
  122. Modern American Essays. Ed. Sylvia Z. Brodkin and Elizabeth J. Pearson. New York: Globe Books, 1967. 492 p. Goldstone unlisted. Contents by Steinbeck: "Charley" from Travels With Charley. pp. 380-389.
  123. Modern Reading 10. Ed. Reginald Moore. London: Wells, Gardner, Darton, 1944. 126 p.
  124. Modern Reading 14. Ed. Reginald Moore. London: Phoenix House, 1947. 167 p.
  125. My Maiden Effort, being the personal confessions of well-known American authors as to their literary beginnings; with an introduction by Gelett Burgess, Garden City, NY: Doubleday, Page, 1921. xxxi, 288 p. Contents by Lewis: pp. 138-139.
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  127. National Book Award Reader. Ed. and with an introduction by Robert J. Clements. New York: Popular Library, 1966. 144 p.
  128. Natural Enemies; youth and the clash of generations. Collected and edited by Alexander Klein. Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott, 1969. 533 p.
  129. The New Avon Bedside Companion. New York: Avon Publishing, 1949. 156 p. Avon 182.
  130. New Masses; an anthology of the rebel thirties. Ed. with a prologue by Joseph North; introduction by Maxwell Geismar. New York: International. 1969. 318 p. Illustrated. c.1; c. 2 - paperback.
  131. New Poems by American Poets. Ed. Rolfe Humphries. new York: Ballantine Books, 1953. 179 p. (39)
  132. New Road; directions in European art and letters. Ed. Fred Marnau. London: Grey Wallace Press, 1945. 227 p.
  133. New Stories for Men. Presented by Charles Grayson. Garden City, NY: Garden Ciry Publishing, 1943. 644 p.
  134. New World Writing 15. New York: The New American Library of World Literature, Inc., 1959. 345 p. Mentor Books, MT260. Contents by Caldwell: "How to Live Like an Author", pp. 152-158. New York, New York: the city as seen by masters of art and literature. Ed. John Gordon and L. Rust Hills. New York: Shorecrest, 1965. 403 p. Illustrated. Cities discovered. Johnson C. unlisted. See C166. Contents by Wolfe: "No Door" pp. 234-243.
  135. 1940 Essay Annual; a yearly collection of significant essays, personal, critical, controversial and humorous. Ed. Erich A. Walter. Chicago: Scott, Foresman, 1940.
  136. 1964 Democratic Fact Book. Washington, DC: Democratic National Committee, not dated. 225 p.
  137. 1936 Essay Annual; a yearly collection of significant essays, personal, critical, controversial and humorous. Chicago: Scott, Foresman, 1936. 374 p.
  138. Nobel Lectures, including presentation speeches and laureates' biographies: literature, 1901-1967. Ed. Horst Frenz. Amsterdam-London-New York: Elsevier, 1969. 640 p.
  139. Nobel Prize Library: William Faulkner, Eugene O'Neill, John Steinbeck. New York: Alexis Gregory, 1971. 375 p.
  140. Nobel Prize Reader. Ed. Leo Hamalian and Edmond L. Volpe; with an introduction by Robert J. Clements. New York: Popular Library, 1965. 576 p. Eagle Books, Z28.
  141. The Nobel Prize Treasury. Ed. Marshall McClintock. Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1948.
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  143. O. Henry Memorial Awards -- see Prize Stories. The O. Henry Awards, 1919-
  144. The Old West in Fiction. Ed. Irwin R. Blacker. New York: Ivan Obolensky, 1961. 471 p. Goldstone unlisted. Contents by Steinbeck: "The Leader of the People" pp. 459-571.
  145. On Common Ground; a selection of Hartford writers. Ed. Alice DeLana and Cynthia Reik. Hartford, CT: The Stowe-Day Foundation, 1975. 153 p. Contents by Lewis: How I Wrote a Novel on Trains and Beside the Kitchen Sink" pp. 124-133.
  146. On the Meaning of Life. Ed. Whit Burnett. New York: Ray Long & Richard R. Smith, 1932. vii, 144 p.
  147. One Hundred Great Books; masterpieces of all time. Ed. John Canning. London: Odhams Books, 1966. 640 p.
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  149. The Panorama of Modern Literature, contributed by thirty-one great modern writersn with an introduction by Christopher Morley. Garden City, NY: Doubleday, Doran, 1934. 555 p. Contents by Sinclair Lewis: "Dollar Chasers" pp. 1-71.
  150. The Partisan Review Anthology. Ed. William Phillips and Philip Rahv. New York: Hold, Rinehart and Winston, 1962. 490 p.
  151. Pascal Covici, 1888-1964. N. P. Privately printed, not dated. 31 p. port. Goldstone B144. One of 500 copies. Contents by Steinbeck: "In Memoriam" pp. 19-20.
  152. The Permanent Playboy. Ed. Ray Russell. New York: Crown, 1959. 503 p.
  153. The Pocket Book of Adventure Stories. Ed. Philip Van Doren Stern. New York: Pocket Books, 1945. 295 p. Pocket Books 284.
  154. The Pocket Book of American Short Stories. Ed. and with an introduction by Philip Van Doren Stern. Philadelphia: Blakiston, distributed by Pocket Books, New York, 1943. 310 p. Pocket Books 238.
  155. The Pocket Companion. Ed. and with an introduction by Philip Van Doren Stern. 5th printing. New York: Pocket Books, 1943. 336 p. Pocket Books 142.
  156. The Poetry of Railways: an anthology selected and introduced by Kenneth Hopkins. London: Leslie Frewin, 1966. 270 p. Johnson C unlisted. Contents by Wolfe: "The Locomotive" pp. 90-91; "As It Had Always Been" 94; "The Railroad Station" 106-107.
  157. Portraits and Self-Portraits. Collected and illustrated by Georges Schreiber. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1936. 175 p. Illustrated.
  158. Prize Stories of 1949. The O. Henry Awards. Selected and edited by Herschel Brickell. Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1949. 323 p. 31st anniversary ed.
  159. Prize Stories of 1950. The O. Henry Awards. Selected and edited by Herschel Brickell. Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1950. 325 p. 1st ed.
  160. Prize Stories. The O. Henry Awards, 1919--. Garden City, NY: Doubleday. Annual. Title varies. LIBRARY HAS: 1935, 1938, 1942, 1946*, 1956, 1965, 1967, 1969, 1975, 1976, 1979. [*published in London, Walter Edwards.]
  161. Pulitzer Prize Reader. Ed. Leo Hamalian and Edmond L. Volpe; with an inrtroduction by Leon Edel. New York: Popular Library, 1961. 607 p. Popular Library 95-172. Goldstone B unlisted (B140 1964 ed.) Contents by Steinbeck: "Johnny Bear" pp. 170-186.
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  163. Quotes from Holiday. Ed. Ted Patrick. n. p. Curtis Publishing, 1960. unpaged.
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  165. Reader's Digest Condensed Books, vol. 13, 1953, Spring Selections. Pleasantville, NY: The Reader's Digest Association, 1953. 574 p. Goldstone B78. Contents by Steinbeck: "East of Eden" pp. 158-391.
  166. Reader's Digest Condensed Books, vol. 3, 1961, summer selections. Pleasantville, NY: The Reader's Digest Association, 1961. 574 p. Contents by Steinbeck: "The Winter of our Discontent" pp. 6-158. Goldstone B121.
  167. The Reader's Digest 40th Anniversary Treasury. Pleasantville, NY: The Reader's Digest Association, 1961. 576 p. Illustrated.
  168. Robert Capa, 1913-1954. Ed. Cornell Capa and Bhupendra Karia. New York: Grossman, 1974. 127 p. Illustrated. (ICP Library of Photographers) Goldstone unlisted. Contents by Steinbeck: "No One Can Take His Place" p. 123.
  169. The Romantic South. Ed. with an introduction and commentary by Harnett T. Kane. New York: Coward McCann, 1961. 385 p. Illustrated. America Vista series.
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  171. The Saturday Evening Post Stories, 1942-1945. With an introduction by Ben Hibbs. New York: Random House, 1946. 448 p.
  172. Saturday Review Reader; articles of enduring interest from Saturday Review of Literature. New York: Bantam Books, 1951. 200 p. Bantam Book 913. Goldstone B69. Contents by Steinbeck: "Critics, Critics Burning Bright" pp. 106-112.
  173. The Saturday Review Sampler of Wit and Wisdom. Ed. Martin Levin. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1966. 313 p. Illustrated.
  174. The Saturday Review Treasury; a volume of good reading selected from the complete files of John Haverstick and the editors of the Saturday Reciew. Introduction by Joseph Wood Krutch, New York: Simon and Schuster, 1957. 607p.
  175. The Secret Life of Our Times: new fiction from Esquire. Ed. Gordon Lish; introduction by Tom Wolfe. Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1973. 641 p. Title page signed by Wolfe.
  176. 7 Arts no. 3. Ed. Fernando Puma. Indian Hills, CO: Falcon's Wing Press, 1955. 236 p.
  177. Seven Contemporary Short Novels. Ed. Charles Clerc and Louis Leiter. Glenview, IL: Scott, Foresman,. 1969. Goldstone B168. Contents by Steinbeck: "Of Mice and Men" pp. 528-540.
  178. Shape Shifters; fantasy and science fiction tales about humans who can change their shapes. Compiled and introduced by Jane Yolen. New York: Seabury Press, 1978. 182 p.
  179. Short Stories. Ed. Harry Christian Schweikert. New York: Brace, 1925. 35, 1, 521 p.
  180. Short Story Masterpieces. Ed. Robert Penn Warren and Albert Erskine. New York: Dell Books, 1954. 542 p. Laurel Edition LX102.
  181. Short Story Masterpieces. Ed. Robert Penn Warren and Albert Erskine. New York: Dell, 1954. 542 p. First ed., F16.
  182. A Soldier's Reader; a volume containing four hundred thousand words of select literary entertainment for the American soldier on the ground or in the air. Ed. George Macy. New York, Heritage Press, 1943. 751 p.
  183. Stanford Writers: 1891-1941. Stanford: Dramatist's Alliance, 1941. Goldstone B20. (Also laminated copy) Contents by Steinbeck: "Fingers of Cloud" pp. 103-109. Check list of Steinbeck's works, 109-113.
  184. Star Reporters and 34 of their Stories; collected, with notes and an introduction by Ward Greene. New York: Random House, 1948. 408 p. Goldstone B57. Contents by Stienbeck: "One More for Lady Luck" pp. 320-324.
  185. Steinbeck and his Critics; a record of twenty-five years; an anthology. With introduction and notes by E. W. Tedlock, Jr. and C. V. Wicker. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 1957. 310 p. c.1; c.2 -- 3rd printing.
  186. Stories. Ed. Frank G. Jennings and Charles J. Calitri. New York: Harcourt, Brace, 1957. 394 p.
  187. Stories for Tonight, each story complete and unabridged. new York: Avon Publications Inc., 1955. 125 p. Avon Book 644. Goldstone B87. Contents by Steinbeck: "Snake of One's Own" pp. 82-91.
  188. Stories from The New Yorker, 1950-1960. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1965. 864 p.
  189. Stories from The New Yorker, 1950-1960. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1960. 780 p. 1st printing.
  190. Stories from The Transatlantic Review. Ed. Joseph F. McCrindle. New York: Holt, Rinehart, Winston, 1970. 304 p.
  191. Stories of Sudden Truth. Ed. Joseph Greene and Elizabeth Abell. New York: Ballantine Books, 1953. 255 p.
  192. Stories of Sudden Truth. Ed. Joseph Green and Elizabeth Abell. New York: Ballantine Books, 1953. 255 p. (BB19)
  193. Story: The Fiction of the Forties. As edited by Whit Burnett and Hallie Burnett. New York: E. P. Dutton. 1949. 620 p. 1st ed.
  194. The Story Pocket Book. Ed. Whit Burnett. New York: Pocket Books, 1945. 326 p. Pocket Book 276. 2nd printing March 1945.
  195. Studies in the Short Story. Ed. Adrian H. Haffe and Virgil Scott. Revised edition Virgil Scott. New York: Holt, Rinehart, Winston, 1960. 526 p.
  196. A Subtreasury of American Humor, Ed. E. B. White and Katharine S. White. New York: Coward-McCann, 1941. 814 p.
  197. Suddenly; great stories of suspense and the unexpected. Ed. Marvin Allen Karp and Irving Settel. New York: Popular Library, 1965. 144 p. Popular Library SP351.
  198. The Sunday Times Book Encore 2nd Year. Ed. Leonard Russell. London: Michael Joseph, 1963. 406 p. Illustrated.
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  200. Ten Years of Holiday; selected by the editors of Holiday Magazine, with an introduction by Clifton Fadiman. new York: Simon and Schuster, 1956. 596 p. Goldstone B95. Contents by Steinbeck: "Jalpoies I Cursed and Loved" pp. 439-444.
  201. These Were Our Years; a panoramic and nostalgic look at American life between the two World Wars. Ed. Frank Brookhouser. Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1959. 528 p.
  202. They Were There; the story of World War 2 and how it came about, by America's foremost correspondents. Ed. Curt Reiss. New York: G.P. Putnam, 1944. 670 p.
  203. The Thirties, a time to remember. Ed. Don Congdon. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1962. 625 p. Goldstone unlisted. Contents by Steinbeck: "Prologue. I Remember the Thirties." Condensed from Esquire, June 1960. pp. 23-26.
  204. The 30th anniversary Reader's Digest reader. Pleasantville, NY: Reader's Digest Association, 1951. 503 p.
  205. This Is My Best; over 150 self-chosen and complete masterpieces, together with their reasons for their selections. Ed. Whit Burnett. New York: Dial, 1942. 1180 p. At head of title: America's 93 greatest living authors present.
  206. This Was Your War: great writings from World War 2. Ed. Frank Brookhouser. New York: Dell, 1963. 495 p. Dell Book No. 8798. Goldstone B130. Contents by Steinbeck: "The Routine at a Bomber Station" pp. 255-257; "Man With a Ski Nose" pp. 428-431 (from Once There Was a War) A Thousand Afternoons, an anthology of bull-fighting. Chosen, introduced and with a preface by Peter Haining. London: Peter Owen, 1970. 245 p. Illustrated. Goldstone unlisted. Contents by Steinbeck: "I Even Saw Manolete..." pp. 53-55.
  207. The Three Readers. An omnibus of novels, stories, essays and poems selected with comments by the editorial committee of the Readers Club. New York: The Press of the Club, 1943. xv, 457 p. At head of title: Clifton Fadiman, Sinclair Lewis, Carl Van Doren.
  208. Thus Be It Ever; a heritage of freedom. Ed. Clara A. Molendyk and Capt. Benjamin C. Edwards. New York: Harper, 1942. 474 p.
  209. Transformation Two. Ed. Stefan Schimanski and Henry Treece. London: Lindsay Drummond, 1944. 220 p.
  210. Travelers; stories of Americans abroad. Ed. L.M. Schulman. New York: Macmillan, 1972. 286 p.
  211. A Treasury of Satire. Ed. Edgar Johnson. new York: Simon and Schuster, 1945. 770 p.
  212. A Treasury of Short Stories; favorites of the past hundred years from Turgenev to Thurber, from Balzac to Hemingway, with biographical sketches of the authors. Ed. Bernardine Kielty. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1947. 849 p.
  213. A Treasury of the World's Great Diaries. Ed. Philip Dunaway and Louis Undermeyer. Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1957. 586 p.
  214. Treasury of World Literature. Ed. Dagobert D. Runes. New York: Philosophical Library, 1961. 1450 p.
  215. Turning Point; fourteen great tales of daring and decision. Ed. George Bennett. New York: Dell, 1965. 222 p. [Laurel-Leaf Library 9140]
  216. The Twelfth Anniversary Playboy Reader. Ed. Hugh M. Hefner. Chicago: Playboy Press, 1965. 874 p.
  217. Twelve Short Novels. Selected by Thomas B. Costain. Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1961. 798 p. Goldstone unlisted. Contents by Steinbeck: "The Short Reign of Pippin IV" pp. 703-798.
  218. Twentieth Century American Writing. Ed. William T. Stafford. New York: Odyssey Press, 1965. 712 p. [The Odyssey surveys of American writing]
  219. Twenty Grand Short Stories. Ed. Ernestine Taggard, with an introduction by Dorothy Canfield Fisher. new York: Bantam Books, 1941. 225 p. Bantam Books A1303
  220. 25 Minnesota Poets. Seymour Yesner, editorial director. Minneapolis: Nodin Press, 1974. 153 p. Illustrated.
  221. 25 Minnesota Poets #2. Seymour Yesner, editorial director. Minneapolis: Nodin Press, 1977. 195 p. Illustrated.
  222. Two Kinds of Christmases; a collection of the classic Christmas and New Year messages of all times. Ed. H. Jack Lang. Cleveland: World, 1965. 82 p.
  223. Two Kinds of Christmases; a collection of the classic Christmas and New Year messages of all times. Ed. H. Jack Lang. Cleveland: World, 1965. 82 p. Number 518 of a limited numbered edition privately printed for friends of the publisher.
  224. Types and Times in the Essay. Ed. Warner Taylor. New York: Harper, 1932. xvi, 646 p. font.
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  226. The Uncommon Reader. Ed. Alice S. Morris; introductory essay by V. S. Pritchett. New York: Avon Books, 1965. 416 p. Avon Library NS4
  227. The Undying Past. Edited and with an introduction by Orville Prescott. Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1961. 623 p.
  228. U.S. Stories; regional stories fromm the forty-eight states. Selected and with a foreword by Martha Foley and Abraham Rothberg. New York: Hendricks House-Farrar Straus, 1949. 683 p.
  229. Unseen Harvests, a treasury of teaching. Ed. Claude M. Fuess and Emory S. Basford. New York: Macmillan, 1947. 678 p. Johnson C17, C117, C163. Contents by Wolfe: "The New Principal" pp. 432435 (Johnson C163); "Awakenings" pp. 436-437 (Johnson C17); "A Letter of Gratitude and Indebtedness" pp. 437-438 (Johnson C117).
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  231. Various Temptations, each story complete and unabridged. New York: Avon Book Division, 1948. 192 p. Avon Book T-385. Goldstone B88. Contents by Steinbeck: "The Crapshooter" pp.. 168-171.
  232. Voyage; an anthology of selected stories. Ed. Denys Val Baker. London: Sylvan Press, 1945. 162 p.
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  234. The Whole Wide World, a treasury of great travel writings of our time. Ed. William Clifford. New York: Crown, 1965. 456 p. Illustrated. Goldstone B1477. Contents by Steinbeck: from "Travels with Charley in Search of America" pp. 53-57; from "The Log from the Sea of Cortez" pp. 108-111.
  235. Wild Company; encounters between man and beast. Ed, Eric Duthie. London: Heinemann, 1962. 301 p.
  236. Women on the Wall. Ed. Marshall McClintock. New York: Pyramid, 1960. 159 p. Pyramid Books G483
  237. The Wonderful World of Sport: a phenomenon of the second half of the twentieth century as discovered, explored and interpreted by the editors, writers, reporters, photographers and artists of Sports Illustrated. Additional commentary by Alden Clarke, Sidney L. James and Paul O'Neil. New York: Time-Life Books, 1967. 324 p. Goldstone B166. Contents by Steinbeck: "Then My Arm Glassed Up" pp. 323-324.
  238. The World in Vogue, compiled by the Viking Press and Vogue. New York: Viking Press, 1963. 416 p. Illustrated. Contents by Steinbeck: "Nobel Prize acceptance speecj" p. 393. Also mentioned p. 287.
  239. The World of Mankind, by the writers, photographers and editors of Holiday magazine. New York: Golden Press, 1962. 360 p. Illustrated. Goldstone B129. Contents by Steinbeck: "Always Something to do in Salinas" pp. 318-321.
  240. The World of Modern Fiction: American. Edited and with an introduction by Steven marcus. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1966. 525 p. [Volume two: The World of Modern Fiction: European. 2v. in box.]
  241. The World's Best; stories, humor, drama, biography, essays, poetry Ed. Whit Burnett. New York: Dial, 1950. 1186 p. At head of title: 105 greatest living authors present.
  242. World's Best Contemporary Short Stories... selected by the editors of Short Story International. new York: Ace Books Inc, 1965. 319 p. Ace Star Book A-7. Goldstone B154. Contents by Steinbeck: "A Ragged Crew" pp. 253-267.
  243. Writer to Writer; readings on the craft of writing. Ed. Floyd C. Watkins and karl F. Knight. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1966. 243 p.
  244. Writers at Work; the paris Review interviews, fourth series. Ed. George Plimpton; introduced by Wilfrid Sheed. New York: Viking, 1976. 459 p.
  245. Writers in Residence: American Authors at Home. Text and photographs by Glynn Robinson Betts; with an introduction by Christopher Lehmann-Haupt. new York: Viking Press, 1981. 159 p.
  246. Writers in Revolt, the Anvil Anthology [1933-1940]. Ed. Jack Conroy and Curt Johnson. New York: Lawrence Hill, 1973. 234 p. Contents by Caldwell: "Daughter" pp. 26-30; "Blue Boy" p. 31-34. Both selections autographed by Caldwell.
  247. Writers in Revolt; an anthology. Ed. Richard Seaver, Terry Southern and Alexander Trocchi. New York: Frederick Fell, 1963. 366 p.
  248. Writer's Yearbook. Cincinnati: F & W Publishing Corp., 1963. [Home Library 1963] Goldstone C184. Contents by Steinbeck: "On Learning Writing" pp. 10-11.
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  250. Yale Verse. Compiled by Robert Moses and Carl H. P. Thurston. New Haven: Yale Publishing Association, 1909. 191 p.
  251. The year's Greatest Science Fiction and Fantasy; SF fourth annual volume. Ed. Judith Merril. New York: Dell. 1959. 256 p. Dell Book B129.
  252. Years of Protest; a collection of American writings of the 1930s. Ed. Jack Salzman. New York: Pegasus, 1967. 448 p. Illustrated.
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  254. The Zephyr Book of American Prose. Edited and introduced by Ebba Dalin. Stockholm/London: Continental Book, 1945. 379 p.