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Monday, August 1, 2011

Forthcoming from The Library of America (Winter–Spring 2012)

We’re in the midst of the dog days of summer and titles for the Fall 2011 season have begun to arrive from the printer, but we’re already thinking about spring here at the LOA editorial offices. Below are the titles scheduled for release during the early months of 2012.

The Civil War: The Second Year Told by Those Who Lived It
Stephen W. Sears, editor
February / Library of America #221 / ISBN 978-1-59853-144-2

David Goodis: Five Noir Novels of the 1940s and 50s
Robert Polito, editor
April / Library of America #225 / ISBN 978-1-59853-148-0
  • Dark Passage
  • Nightfall
  • The Moon in the Gutter
  • The Burglar
  • Street of No Return

Arthur Miller: Collected Plays 1964–1982
Tony Kushner, editor
February / Library of America #223 / ISBN 978-1-59853-147-3
  • After the Fall
  • Incident at Vichy
  • The Price
  • The Creation of the World and Other Business
  • Up from Paradise
  • The American Clock
  • The Archbishop’s Ceiling
  • one-act plays and other works

Barbara W. Tuchman: The Guns of August & The Proud Tower
Margaret MacMillan, editor
March / Library of America #222 / ISBN 978-1-59853-145-9

Thornton Wilder: The Eighth Day, Theophilus North, Autobiographical Writings
J. D. McClatchy, editor
February / Library of America #224 / ISBN 978-1-59853-146-6

The Collected Writings of Joe Brainard
Ron Padgett, editor; introduction by Paul Auster
April / ISBN 978-1-59853-149-7

Library of America Paperback Classics
  • James Fenimore Cooper, The Pioneers, with an introduction by Alan Taylor / ISBN 978-1-59853-155-8
  • William Dean Howells, Indian Summer, with an introduction by John Updike / ISBN 978-1-59853-156-5
  • Alexis de Tocqueville, Democracy in America: The Arthur Goldhammer Translation, edited and with introductions by Oliver Zunz (two volumes) / ISBN 978-1-59853-151-0 and 978-1-59853-152-7

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