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The page of Alan Norman Bold, English bibliography

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Alan Norman Bold


Selected Bibliography

 - Society Inebrious (Edinburgh: Mowat Hamilton, 1965)
 - The Voyage: a translation … from Baudelaire’s French (Edinburgh: Macdonald, 1966
 - To Find the New (London: Chatto and Windus/Hogarth Press, 1967)
 - A Perpetual Motion Machine (London: Chatto and Windus/Hogarth Press, 1969)
 - The State of the Nation (London: Chatto and Windus/Hogarth Press, 1969)
 - A Pint of Bitter (London: Chatto and Windus/Hogarth Press, 1971)
 - He Will Be Greatly Missed (London: Turret, 1971)
 - The Auld Symie: poems [under pseudonym Jake Flower] (Wick: Pulteney Press, 1977)
 - Scotland, Yes: World Cup football poems (Edinburgh: Paul Harris Publishing, 1978)
 - This Fine Day (Dunfermline: Borderline Press, 1979)
 - In This Corner: selected poems 1963-1983 (Edinburgh: Macdonald Publishers, 1983)
 - Summoned by Knox (Paisley: Wilfion Boooks, 1985)

Prose, criticism, biography:

 - Thom Gunn and Ted Hughes  (Edinburgh: Oliver & Boyd, 1976)
 - George Mackay Brown (Edinburgh: Oliver & Boyd, 1978)
 - Modern Scottish Literature (London: Longman, 1983)
 - MacDiarmid: the terrible crystal (London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1983)
 - MacDiarmid: Christopher Murray Grieve: a critical biography (London: John Murray, 1988)
 - An Open Book (Edinburgh: Macdonald Publishers, 1990)

As editor:

 - A Penguin Book of Socialist Verse (Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1970)
 - The Martial Muse: seven centuries of war poetry (Exeter: Wheaton, 1976)
 - Cambridge Book of English Verse (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1976)
 - Making Love: the Picador book of erotic verse (London: Pan Books, 1978)
 - The Bawdy Beautiful: the Sphere book of improper verse (London: Sphere, 1979)
 - A Scottish Poetry Book [for younger readers] (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1983)
 - The Letters of Hugh MacDiarmid (Athens, Georgia: University of Georgia Press, 1984)
 - A Second Scottish Poetry Book [for younger readers] (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1985)
 - The Poetry of Motion: an anthology of sporting verse (Edinburgh: Mainstream, 1988?)
 - Dylan Thomas: craft or sullen art? (London: Vision Press, 1990)


(Editor of this page: Répás Norbert)

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