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The Penguin NEW WRITING Series


'NW' 1 - 40





The Penguin New Writing was first published in hardback format by Allen Lane's publishing house 'The Bodley Head' in 1936, on encouragement by Allen Lane. In moved into the Penguin format in November 1940 and was successful during the war and following. It ran for 40 issues until September 1950 under the editorship of John Lehmann. Allen Lane also commissioned John Lehmann's study New Writing in Europe which was published as a Pelican (A81) in December 1940.

The first issue of New Writing originally appeared as Penguin 305 (in the main series). Strangely enough, New Writing Number 2 also appeared in error bearing the number 305 on the spine.

We are pleased to include with each separate entry a full list of the contents of each volume of The Penguin New Writing.



Information and cover photographs of the Penguin NEW WRITING series:

Number NW1
Series No.: NW1
Main Series No.: 305
Title: PENGUIN NEW WRITING (1)
Editor: John Lehmann
Date Published: 5 November 1940
Pages: 160pp.
Printer: R. and R. Clark Ltd
Price: 6d.

This was the first of the 'Penguin New Writing' series. It was published as No. 305 of the main series of Penguins (and has '305' on the spine).

Contents:

  • SHOOTING AN ELEPHANT by George Orwell
  • MY ENEMY by André Chamson
  • A BERLIN DIARY by Christopher Isherwood
  • BOSS by Leslie Halward
  • THE BARBERS' TRADE UNION by M. R. Anand
  • THE FIRST HUNGER MARCH by George Garrett
  • WHEN I WAS ONE AND TWENTY OH! by Louis Guilloux
  • NOTES ON A VISIT TO IRELAND by William Plomer
  • TO THE WESTERN FRONT by Alfred Kantorowicz
  • SOUR GRAPES - AND SWEET by Nikolai Ognev
  • SENSE OF HUMOUR by V. S. Pritchett
  • GOOD NIGGER by Morton Freedgood
  • CONVERSATION WITH A LAMA by Ralph Fox
  • HATRED by Tchang T'ien-Yih
  • Number NW2
    Series No.: NW2
    Title: PENGUIN NEW WRITING (2)
    Editor: John Lehmann
    Date Published: 10 January 1941
    Pages: 144pp.
    Printer: Wyman and Sons Ltd
    Price: 6d.

    This copy has also mistakenly the Main Series number '305' printed on the spine (the number also allocated for New Writing Volume 1).

    Contents:

  • *THE WAY WE LIVE NOW - I by B. L. Coombes
  • I HAVE BEEN DROWNED by H. T. Hopkinson
  • *SHAVING THROUGH THE BLITZ by Fanfarlo
  • THE WHITE BEASTIE by André Chamson
  • *A DREAM OF WINTER by Rosamond Lehmann
  • JUNE THUNDER by Louis MacNeice
  • THE LAUNCH by Ralph Bates
  • HUESCA by John Cornford
  • THE RECRUIT by G. F. Green
  • IN THE WELDING BAY by Gordon Jeffery
  • LODZ by Vwadiswav Bronievski
  • THE FOX by Ignazio Silone
  • *YOU MUST HAVE TWO HATS by Robert Pagan
  • FOR ME THERE IS NO DISMAY by C. Day Lewis
  • *BOOKS AND THE WAR - I by Stephen Spender

    * Specially written for this number of The Penguin New Writing
  • Number NW3
    Series No.: NW3
    Title: PENGUIN NEW WRITING (3)
    Editor: John Lehmann
    Date Published: 7 February 1941
    Pages: 128pp.
    Printer: Wyman and Sons Ltd
    Price: 6d.

    Contents:

  • *THE WAY WE LIVE NOW - II by Willy Goldman
  • *SHAVING THROUGH THE BLITZ - II by Fanfarlo
  • LAY YOUR SLEEPING HEAD by W. H. Auden
  • THE CORN DIES by Jean Giono
  • *HAPPY DAYS by Robert Pagan
  • SNOW IN EUROPE by David Gascoyne
  • THE FATHER by Mikhail Sholokhov
  • BACK RENT by Tom Burns
  • YOU'RE COMING FOR A WALK by Sam Ross
  • ARCH ANDERSON by Lelsie Halward
  • LETTER TO COUSIN MARY by Jean Cassou
  • FROM WINCHESTER by R. P. Hewett
  • *WHEN THE WATERS CAME by Rosamond Lehmann
  • *WHERE ARE THE WAR POETS? by C. Day Lewis
  • *BOOKS AND THE WAR - II by Stephen Spender

    * Specially written for this number of The Penguin New Writing
  • Number NW4
    Series No.: NW4
    Title: PENGUIN NEW WRITING (4)
    Editor: John Lehmann
    Date Published: 11 March 1941
    Pages: 160pp.
    Printer: Wyman and Sons Ltd
    Price: 6d.

    Contents:

  • *THE WAY WE LIVE NOW - III by John Summerfield
  • *ODE IN FEAR by C. Day Lewis
  • TABUSSE AND HIS DOG by André Chamson
  • *SHAVING THROUGH THE BLITZ - III by Fanfarlo
  • A BOY'S LOVE by T. C. Worsley
  • FRENCH LISETTE by William Plomer
  • THE SLIP by Jim Phelan
  • THE FLAME by B. L. Coombes
  • STORM OVER CANICATTI by Anonymous
  • GRIEVE IN A NEW WAY by Margot Heinemann
  • *A RESCUE by Henry Green
  • *A DODO IN EVERY BUS by Robert Pagan
  • THE RED-HAIRED MIS DAINTREYS by Rosamond Lehmann
  • MARCH GAVE CLEAR DAYS by Louis MacNeice
  • *BOOKS AND THE WAR - III by Stephen Spender

    * Specially written for this number of The Penguin New Writing
  • Number NW5
    Series No.: NW5
    Title: PENGUIN NEW WRITING (5)
    Editor: John Lehmann
    Date Published: 15 May 1941 [printed date: April 1941]
    Pages: 144pp.
    Printer: Wyman and Sons Ltd
    Price: 6d.

    Contents:

  • *THE WAY WE LIVE NOW - IV by Louis MacNiece
  • A GREAT DAY by Frank Sargeson
  • *THE FAULT by C. Day Lewis
  • *SHAVING THROUGH THE BLITZ - IV by Fanfarlo
  • MANY ARE DISSAPOINTED by V. S. Pritchett
  • THE DAWN by F. G. Lorca
  • ALONG THE YUNNAN-BURMA ROAD by Pai Ping-Chei
  • *THE FAREWELL BINGE by Alun Lewis
  • NEXT DOOR TO DEATH by James Stern
  • EXILES by W. H. Auden
  • *LETTER TO A FRIEND by Rosamond Lehmann
  • *PAS AVANT! by Robert Pagan
  • STORY WITH A FOOTNOTE by Nikolai Tikhonov
  • THE DEPARTURE by Clifford Dyment
  • NOW LIKE A LANDSCAPE by Bernard Gutteridge
  • *BOOKS AND THE WAR - IV by Stephen Spender

    * Specially written for this number of The Penguin New Writing
  • Number NW6
    Series No.: NW6
    Title: PENGUIN NEW WRITING (6)
    Editor: John Lehmann
    Date Published: 20 June 1941 [printed date: May 1941]
    Pages: 144pp.
    Printer: Wyman and Sons Ltd
    Price: 6d.

    Contents:

  • *THE WAY WE LIVE NOW - V by Captain X.Y.Z.
  • SPEECH FROM A PLAY by Stephen Spender
  • TABUSSE AND THE POWERS by André Chamson
  • GOOD FOOD by John Hampson
  • PROGNOSIS by Louis MacNeice
  • SEVEN MEN by James Hanley
  • AFTERNOON IN TRINIDAD by Alfred Mendes
  • *HOTEL CHILD by Robert Pagan
  • LYING TOGETHER by Robert Waller
  • †SHELTER by Nicholas Henderson
  • A VISIT TO GRANDPA'S by Dylan Thomas
  • †A WIDOW WEPT by Sid Chaplin
  • THE INFORMER by Bert Brecht
  • *FAME by C. Day Lewis
  • SEVEN POEMS OF VIENNA (1934-1935) by John Lehmann
  • BOOKS AND THE WAR - V by Stephen Spender

    * Specially written for this number of Penguin New Writing
    † First publication
  • Number NW7
    Series No.: NW7
    Title: PENGUIN NEW WRITING (7)
    Editor: John Lehmann
    Date Published: 23 September 1941 [printed date: June 1941]
    Pages: 144pp.
    Printer: Wyman and Sons Ltd
    Price: 6d.

    Contents:

  • *THE WAY WE LIVE NOW - VI by V. S. Pritchett
  • *ANGEL by C. Day Lewis
  • THE WALL by Jean Paul Satre
  • *SHAVING THROUGH THE BLITZ - V by Fanfarlo
  • SONG by F. G. Lorca
  • *FOR VIRGINIA WOOLF by Rosamond Lehmann
  • THE WRITER'S HAND by David Gascoyne
  • †THE LIGHTHOUSE BEAM by Philip Jordan
  • †AS NIGHT FALLS by Joanna Franks
  • †RESCUE by Geoffrey Godwin
  • THE THIRD-RATE GUNNER by S. M.
  • THE LEAVES OF LIFE by W. H. Auden
  • THE NOWAKS by Christopher Isherwood
  • THE HOUSING CRISIS by Mikhail Zoschenko
  • SONG by Ewart Milne
  • *BOOKS AND THE WAR - VI by Stephen Spender

    * Specially written for this number of Penguin New Writing
    † First publication
  • Number NW8
    Series No.: NW8
    Title: PENGUIN NEW WRITING (8)
    Editor: John Lehmann
    Date Published: 23 September 1941 [printed date: July 1941]
    Pages: 136pp.
    Printer: Wyman and Sons Ltd
    Price: 6d.

    Contents:

  • *THE WAY WE LIVE NOW by Gordon Jeffrey
  • †THE ARMOURED VALLEY by Laurie Lee
  • THE PEACHES by Dylan Thomas
  • *SHAVING THROUGH THE BLITZ - VI by Fanfarlo
  • ADDRESS TO DEATH by C. Day Lewis
  • †NOBODY GOT ROASTED by John Sommerfield
  • THE £2,000 RASPBERRY by Beatrix Lehmann
  • *THE MAGGOT IN THE APPLE by Robert Pagan
  • POEM by Louis MacNiece
  • A MAN AND A WOMAN by Louis Guilloux
  • AN AFFAIR OF THE HEART by Frank Sargeson
  • †SPEAK WITH HIS MIND by Eric Wilfrid White
  • TO-MORROW WILL BE BEAUTIFUL by Fred Urquhart
  • MORNING IN DELHI by Ahmed Ali
  • SONG OF THE AUSTRIANS by Georg Anders
  • *BOOKS AND THE WAR - VII by Stephen Spender

    * Specially written for this number of Penguin New Writing
    † First publication
  • Number NW9
    Series No.: NW9
    Title: PENGUIN NEW WRITING (9)
    Editor: John Lehmann
    Date Published: 24 October 1941 [printed date: September 1941]
    Pages: 128pp.
    Printer: Gibbs, Banforth and Co Ltd
    Price: 6d.

    Contents:

  • *THE WAY WE LIVE NOW - VIII by Donald Swanson
  • *MEN AT WORK by Graham Greene
  • *THE LIGHTED HOUSE by C. Day Lewis
  • †PEONY IN BUD by Pearl Binder
  • #CONSCIENCE IS A FUNNY THINGby John Lepper
  • SONG OF THE ANDALUSIAN SAILORS by F. G. Lorca
  • TWENTY TONS OF COAL by B. L. Coombes
  • *SHAVING THROUGH THE BLITZ - VII by Fanfarlo
  • IN THESE ISLANDS by Charles Brasch
  • THE POWER OF WORDS by André Chamson
  • *THE FLAT ABOVE ME by Inez Holden
  • THE DOUBLE SHAME by Stephen Spender
  • LOVE by Yuri Olyesha
  • *THE NIGHT BEFORE THE WAR by Robert Pagan
  • ENGLAND (1938) by A. S. J. Tessimond
  • BOOKS AND THE WAR - VIII by Walter Allen

    * Specially written for this issue of Penguin New Writing
    † First publication
  • Number NW10
    Series No.: NW10
    Title: PENGUIN NEW WRITING (10)
    Editor: John Lehmann
    Date Published: 16 December 1941 [printed dated: November 1941]
    Pages: 136pp.
    Printer: Gibbs, Banforth and Co Ltd
    Price: 6d.

    Contents:

  • *THE WAY WE LIVE NOW - IX by Willy Goldman
  • THE BAILIFF by C. Day Lewis
  • †THE FUNERAL by Robert Tracy
  • A LOVE STORY by G. F. Green
  • POEM by John Cornford
  • THE JOURNEY TO PARIS by Ignazio Silone
  • †POEM by Laurie Lee
  • LETTER FROM THE SEASIDE by William Plomer
  • NO HAPPY RETURNS by H. T. Hopkinson
  • †THE NIGHT OF THE LANDSLIDE by Jean Howard
  • TWO SONNETS by Rex Warner
  • THE BREAD-BAKING by Jean Giono
  • THE TOTARA TREE by Roderick Finlayson
  • *SHAVING THROUGH THE BLITZ - VIII by Fanfarlo
  • THE NOVELIST by W. H. Auden
  • *BOOKS AND THE WAR - IX by Stephen Spender

    * Specially written for this number of Penguin New Writing
    † First publication
  • Number NW11
    Series No.: NW11
    Title: PENGUIN NEW WRITING (11)
    Editor: John Lehmann
    Date Published: 20 February 1942 [printed date: November 1941]
    Pages: 128pp.
    Printer: Gibbs, Banforth and Co Ltd
    Price: 6d.

    Contents:

  • *THE WAY WE LIVE NOW - X by Leonard York
  • *THE IMAGE by C. Day Lewis
  • TABUSSE AND THE FIRE by André Chamson
  • *THE GIPSY'S BABY (I) by Rosamond lehmann
  • MEETING POINT by Louis MacNeice
  • THE RESCUE by Anna Seghers
  • THE CLEAR DEATH by F. G. Lorca
  • AMONG THOSE PRESENT by Jim Phelan
  • EXTRAORDINARY LITTLE COUGH by Dylan Thomas
  • LOCKED IN MY SHELL by Terence Tiller
  • FINE SPRING WEATHER by Isobel Leslie
  • MORALEby Nikolai Tikhonov
  • *SHAVING THROUGH THE BLITZ - IX by Fanfarlo
  • TAKE YOUR GUN by J. Bronowski
  • *BOOKS AND THE WAR by Stephen Spender

    * Specially written for this number of Penguin New Writing
  • Number NW12
    Series No.: NW12
    Title: PENGUIN NEW WRITING (12)
    Editor: John Lehmann
    Date Published: 19 June 1942 [printed date: April 1942]
    Pages: 144pp.
    Printer: Gibbs, Banforth and Co Ltd
    Price: 6d.

    Contents:

  • *THE WAY WE LIVE NOW - XI by Keith Vaughan
  • *THE GIPSY'S BABY (II) by Rosamond Lehmann
  • †THE JOURNEY by Stephen Spender
  • *A BOOK OF PRESS-CUTTINGS by Robert Pagan
  • *BOLGERRAN AT THE BARBER'S by Lawrence Little
  • THE SAILOR by RV. S. Pritchett
  • POEM by W. F. M. Stewart
  • THE DESERTER by Ralph Elwell-Sutton
  • THE SPLINT by Tom Wintringham
  • †COAL IS THE STORY by Sid Chaplin
  • †A LIBERAL PROFESSION by Mikhail Zoshchenko
  • *SHAVING THROUGH THE BLITZ - X by Fanfarlo
  • †A PEAK IN THE CEVENNES by André Chamson
  • SONG by W. H. Auden
  • *BOOKS AND THE WAR - XI by Stephen Spender

    * Specially written for this issue of Penguin New Writing
    † First publication
  • Number NW13
    Series No.: NW13
    Title: PENGUIN NEW WRITING (13) APRIL - JUNE
    Editor: John Lehmann
    Drawings: by Keith Vaughan
    Illustrations: 8 pages of black-and-white photographic plates
    Date Published: 21 July 1942 [printed date: June 1942]
    Pages: 160pp. + 8pp.
    Printer: Wyman and Sons Ltd
    Price: 6d.

    Contents:
       REPORT ON TO-DAY
  • *THE SKY MAKES ME HATE IT by William Chappell
  • *FROM A PILOT'S DIARY by Richard Nugent
  • †UNDER THE BRIDGE by Dan Davin

  • †SENTRIES by Louis MacNeice
  • *TWENTY CIGARETTES by Joseph Gurnard
  • THE CHESTNUT TREE by V. S. Prichett
  • †TWO POEMS by Laurie Lee
  • BERLIN DIARY by Christopher Isherwood
  • †THREE POEMS by Roy Fuller
  • †VIGILS by John Lehmann
  • THE MAKING OF A NEW ZEALANDER by Frank Sargeson
  • †DETECTIVE STORY by D. Capetanakis
  • ABOUT THESEUS by Paul Nizan
  • †SHOP WINDOW by Terence Tiller
  • *ENGLISH BALLET by Dance Critic
       BOOK FRONT
  • *WALT WHITMAN AND DEMOCRACY by Stephen Spender
  • MAYAKOVSKY: POET OF RUSSIA by Elsa Triolet
  • *A READER'S NOTEBOOK - 1 by Jack Marlowe

  • PHOTOGRAVURE ILLUSTRATIONS

    * Specially written for this issue of Penguin New Writing
    † First publication
  • Number NW14
    Series No.: NW14
    Title: PENGUIN NEW WRITING (14) JULY - SEPTEMBER
    Editor: John Lehmann
    Illustrations: 8 pages of black-and-white photographic plates
    Date Published: November 1942 [printed date: September 1942]
    Pages: 144pp. + 8pp.
    Printer: Wyman and Sons Ltd
    Price: 6d.

    Contents:

       REPORT ON TO-DAY
  • †NEW ORDER by Edward Upward
  • †THE DAY AT LA VERNE by Christopher Isherwood
  • MR. JONAS by Henry Green

  • †HAIL-FELLOW-WELL-MET by Lawrence Little
  • A PERSONAL MATTER by John Sommerfield
  • SEVEN FRONTEIRS by F. C. Weiskopf
  • *THE HUNTER'S GAME by C. Day Lewis
  • FRAGMENT FROM A DIARYby Julia Strachey
  • TWO POEMS by W. H. Auden
  • †THROUGH THE QUINQUINA GLASS by William Sansom
  • THE WIDOW'S PLOT by William Plomer
  • CRIME IN OUR VILLAGE by Beatrix Lehmann
  • HALF A CARTLOAD OF STRAW SHORT by Yao Hsueh-Yin
  • †TWO POEMS by Robin Atthill
  • *BRITISH FILMS AND THEIR FUTURE by Film Critic

       BOOK FRONT
  • *REFLECTIONS ON ALDOUS HUXLEY by Walter Allen
  • *THE NOVEL AND NARRATIVE POETRY by Stephen Spender
  • *A READER'S NOTEBOOK - II by Jack Marlowe

  • PHOTOGRAVURE ILLUSTRATIONS

    * Specially written for this issue of Penguin New Writing
    † First publication in Great Britain
  • Number NW15
    Series No.: NW15
    Title: PENGUIN NEW WRITING (15) OCTOBER - DECEMBER
    Editor: John Lehmann
    Illustrations: 8 pages of black-and-white photographic plates
    Date Published: February 1943 [printed date: December 1942]
    Pages: 160pp. + 8pp.
    Printer: Wyman and Sons Ltd; Collogravure by Harrison and Sons Ltd
    Price: 6d.

    Contents:

       REPORT ON TO-DAY
  • *THE LIFE AND DEATH OF BOB GILRAY by Robert Westerby
  • *WORKERS DEBATE by V. S. Pritchett
  • †Y LIST by J. Maclaren-Ross

  • †TWO LOVE POEMS by Terence Tiller
  • †THE CUCKOO CLOCK by Brinsley Macnamara
  • †ELEGY by Stephen Spender
  • THE LITTLE MOTHER by Ismat Chugtai
  • †KILCARTY TO DUBLIN by Maurice James Craig
  • *THE CASE OF THE SLEEPING MAN by Jospeh Gurnard
  • MR. HUA WEI by Chang T'ien-Yi
  • †TWO POEMS by Ewart Milne
  • †THE PIGEON CREE by Sid Chaplin
  • †WHAT BEASTS MEN ARE by A. Gwynn-Browne
  • ELEGY by George Barker
  • *ENGLISH THEATRE IN WAR-TIME by Theatre Critic

       BOOK FRONT
  • *LITERATURE AND PUBLIC EVENTS by Stephen Spender
  • SMALL TALK IN CHINA by Harold Acton
  • *A READER'S NOTEBOOK - III by Jack Marlowe

  • PHOTOGRAVURE ILLUSTRATIONS

    * Specially written for this issue of Penguin New Writing
    † First publication in Great Britain
  • Number NW16
    Series No.: NW16
    Title: PENGUIN NEW WRITING (16) JANUARY - MARCH
    Editor: John Lehmann
    Illustrations: 'Visions out of Ruin' - 8 pages of black-and-white photographic plates
    Date Published: June 1943 [printed date: March 1943]
    Pages: 144pp. + 8pp.
    Printer: Wyman and Sons Ltd; Collogravure by Harrison and Sons Ltd
    Price: 6d.

    Contents:

       REPORT ON TO-DAY
  • *GOOD MORNING by Laurie Lee
  • *CONVOY CONVERSATION by Denis Glover
  • †DAYLIGHT ON BERLIN by John Hillier
  • †THE CAT AND THE SOLDIER by Antony Verney

  • †FIVE WAR POEMS by Louis MacNeice
  • †THE BRIDE by Leonid Sobolyev
  • †POEM by Demetrios Capetanakis
  • THE ROOM by Jean Paul Satre
  • †TWO POEMS FROM AFRICA by Roy Fuller
  • †ALEXEY THE COOK by Jiří Mucha
  • †THE TATTIE DRESSERS by Fred Urquhart
  • †A LANDSCAPE by Joan Barton
  • *JOSEPH AND HIS BRETHEREN by Joseph Gurnard
  • †POEM by Peter Yates
  • *WAR ARTISTS AND THE WAR by Art Critic

       BOOK FRONT
  • *SENSUOUSNESS IN MODERN POETRY by Stephen Spender
  • *AN INTRODUCTION TO H. MELVILLE by William Plomer
  • *A READER'S NOTEBOOK - IV by Jack Marlowe

  • PHOTOGRAVURE ILLUSTRATIONS: Visions out of Ruin

    * Specially written for this issue of Penguin New Writing
    † First publication in Great Britain
  • Number NW17
    Series No.: NW17
    Title: PENGUIN NEW WRITING (17) APRIL - JUNE
    Editor: John Lehmann
    Illustrations: 8 pages of black-and-white photographic plates
    Date Published: November 1943
    Pages: 176pp. + 8pp.
    Printer: Wyman and Sons Ltd;
    Price: 6d.

    Contents:

       REPORT ON TO-DAY
  • †THE WITNESSES by William Sansom
  • *THE WORM'S-EYE VIEW by John Sommerfield
  • *LETTER FROM THE DISTANT NORTH by Sid Chaplin
  • †FEAR OF DEATH by F. J. Salfeld

  • †THREE POEMS FROM AFRICA by Roy Fuller
  • †THAT SUMMER - I by Frank Sargeson
  • †THE WALL by Henry Reed
  • SO THEY KEPT HIM ON THE SQUARE by Bruce Richardson
  • *THE EDUCATION OF JOSEPH by Joseph Gurnard
  • †THREE POEMS by Norman Nicholson
  • †EPILOGUE by Greville Texidor
  • TWO POEMS by Stephen Spender
  • NIGHT IN CASTELLEJAby Laurie Lee
  • †TWO POEMS by Peter Yates
  • *ENGLISH BALLET FINDS A PATRON by Dance Critic

       BOOK FRONT
  • *THE USES OF ALLEGORY by Rex Warner
  • SOME BOOKS FROM NEW ZEALAND by William Plomer
  • *A READER'S NOTEBOOK - V by Jack Marlowe
  • POETRY SUPPLEMENT: Helen Spalding, Alun Lewis, Walter Andrewes, Alex. Comfort, Alan Ross, Anne Ridler, Christopher Lee, Theresa Ashton, John Atkins

  • PHOTOGRAVURE ILLUSTRATIONS

    * Specially written for this issue of Penguin New Writing
    † First publication in Great Britain
  • Number NW18
    Series No.: NW18
    Title: PENGUIN NEW WRITING (18) JULY - SEPTEMBER
    Editor: John Lehmann
    Illustrations: 8 pages of black-and-white photographic plates
    Date Published: February 1944 [printed date: 1943]
    Pages: 176pp. + 8pp.
    Printer: Wyman and Sons Ltd; Collogravure plates by Hazell, Watson and Viney Ltd
    Price: 6d.

    Contents:

       REPORT ON TO-DAY
  • †IN TRANSIT by Eric de Mauny
  • †MANŒUVRES by Jiří Mucha
  • †THE SEA AND THE SKY by Humphrey Knight
  • †WARD 'O' 3 (B) by Alun Lewis

  • †THREE POEMS by Stephen Spender
  • †A MAN AND A FOX by Desmond Hawkins
  • †FOUR POEMS FROM B.N.A.F. by Lawrence Little
  • †THAT SUMMER - II by Frank Sargeson
  • †TWO POEMS by Laurie Lee
  • †A SPRING DAY ON THE HILL by Peter Jamieson
  • †THE ROSE by Annabel Farjeon
  • ELEGY ON THE EVE by George Barker
  • AUNT GERTRUDE by V. S. Pritchett
  • *POETS' EXCURSION by Joseph Gunard
  • *OPERA IN WAR-TIME ENGLAND by Music Critic

       BOOK FRONT
  • *THE MAKING OF 'THE DYNASTS' by Henry Reed
  • *THE NOVELS OF GRAHAM GREENE by Walter Allen
  • THE HEART OF THE PROBLEM by John Lehmann
  • POETRY SUPPLEMENT: Norman Hampson, Roy Fuller, Ewart Milne, Keidrych Rhys, Antony Brown, Hamish Henderson, John Heath-Stubbs, Terence Tiller

  • PHOTOGRAVURE ILLUSTRATIONS

    * Specially written for this issue of Penguin New Writing
    † First publication in Great Britain
  • Number NW19
    Series No.: NW19
    Title: PENGUIN NEW WRITING (19) OCTOBER - DECEMBER
    Editor: John Lehmann
    Illustrations: 8 pages of black-and-white photographic plates
    Date Published: May 1944
    Pages: 160pp. + 8pp.
    Printer: Wyman and Sons Ltd; Photogravure plates by Hazell, Watson and Viney Ltd
    Price: 6d.

    Contents:

       REPORT ON TO-DAY
  • *CALAMITY BAY by Tom Burns
  • †THE PEOPLE ROUNDABOUT by Roy Fuller
  • †WORDS FROM A STRANGER by William Chappell
  • †THE MIDSHIPMAN by Louis Clamorgan

  • †ONE DAY IN SPRING by Edith Sitwell
  • MY GRANDFATHER WAS IRISH by Donagh Macdonagh
  • †THIRTY-SIX HOURS by David Hill
  • †TWO POEMS by Louis MacNeice
  • †THAT SUMMER - III by Frank Sargeson
  • THE UNHISTORIC STORY by Allen Curnow
  • †FETMEH by Francis Y. Thompson
  • †A LOAF OF BREAD by Alan Wykes
  • †THE PENSION CLAIM by John Ward
  • VICTOR by W. H. Auden
  • *ENGLISH THEATRE IN WAR-TIME by Theatre Critic

       BOOK FRONT
  • †THE CRISIS OF SYMBOLS by Stephen Spender
  • *A VIEW OF ENGLISH POETRY by Demetrios Capetanakis
  • †VIRGINIA WOOLF by John Lehmann

    * Specially written for this issue of Penguin New Writing
    † First publication in Great Britain
  • Number NW20
    Series No.: NW20
    Title: PENGUIN NEW WRITING (20)
    Editor: John Lehmann
    Illustrations: 8 pages of black-and-white photographic plates
    Date Published: August 1944
    Pages: 160pp. + 8pp.
    Printer: Wyman and Sons Ltd; Photogravure plates by Hazell, Watson and Viney Ltd
    Price: 9d.

    Contents:

       REPORT ON TO-DAY
  • †HOME FRONT by Noel Blakiston
  • †DUTY RATION RUN by Geoffrey Godwin
  • *IN THE MORNING by William Sansom
  • †THE HAPPIEST DAY by Gordon Symes

  • †THE ISLES OF GREECE by Demetrios Capetanakis
  • †MYSTERIOUS KÔR by Elizabeth Bowen
  • †THREE POEMS by George Barker
  • LADIES AND GENTLEMEN by James Stern
  • †GIRL AND BUTTERFLY by Edith Sitwell
  • †INCIDENT IN MAJORCA by Roland Mathias
  • †THREE POEMS by John Lehmann
  • †WHAT ARE WE WAITING FOR? by Saul Gottlieb
  • †TWO POEMS by H. B. Mallalieu
  • TRAILING CLOUDS OF GLORY by H. T. Hopkinson
  • *THE PROGRESS OF THE BRITISH FILM by Film Critic

       BOOK FRONT
  • †AN INTRODUCTION TO E. M. FORSTER by William Plomer
  • *THE SENSUOUS WORLD OF KEATS by Stephen Spender
  • *A READER'S NOTEBOOK - VI by Jack Marlowe

  • PHOTOGRAVURE ILLUSTRATIONS

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  • Number NW21
    Series No.: NW21
    Title: PENGUIN NEW WRITING (21)
    Editor: John Lehmann
    Illustrations: 8 pages of black-and-white photographic plates
    Date Published: September 1944
    Pages: 160pp. + 8pp.
    Printer: Wyman and Sons Ltd; Photogravure plates by Hazell, Watson and Viney Ltd
    Price: 6d.

    Contents:

       REPORT ON TO-DAY
  • †A WRIST WATCH AND SOME ANTS by R. D. Marshall
  • †THE THREE MUSKETEERS by Robert Westerby
  • †ABOVE THE CLOUDS by John Sommerfield
  • †THICK CANDLES by B. L. Coombes

  • †A MAN-MADE WORLD by Stephen Spender
  • †YOU CAN CARRY IT, MRS. PARKIN by Osbert Sitwell
  • †TWO POEMS by Laurie Lee
  • †THE BOILER ROOM by William Sansom
  • †THE REVENANT by C. Day Lewis
  • †SUMMER by Dorothy Baker
  • †TWO POEMS by John Heath-Stubbs
  • THE APE WHO LOST HIS TAIL by V. S. Pritchett
  • THE PISHEROGUE by Patrick Boyle
  • †TWO POEMS by A. S. J. Tessimond
  • *THE B.B.C. AND THE WRITER by Radio Critic


       BOOK FRONT
  • *EDITH SITWELL by Henry Reed
  • *POETS AND POLITICS IN BAROQUE ENGLAND by C. V. Wedgwood
  • *WITHOUT MY FILES - I by John Lehmann
  • †POETRY SUPPLEMENT

  • PHOTOGRAVURE ILLUSTRATIONS

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  • Number NW22
    Series No.: NW22
    Title: PENGUIN NEW WRITING (22)
    Editor: John Lehmann
    Illustrations: 8 pages of black-and-white photographic plates
    Date Published: December 1944
    Pages: 160pp. + 8pp.
    Printer: Wyman and Sons Ltd; Photogravure plates by Hazell, Watson and Viney Ltd
    Price: 9d.

    Contents:

       REPORT ON TO-DAY
  • †THE PIPES by J. E. Morpurgo
  • *WONDERFUL HOLIDAYS - I by Rosamond Lehmann
  • †END OF A LEVE by Alan Weir
  • †A MOPNOPOLIST by Harold Acton

  • †THREE POEMS by Norman Cameron
  • †THE WILD MAN OF THE WOODS by Rayner Heppenstall
  • †CASUALTY by Diana Witherby
  • †SECOND MOVEMENT by Noel Blakiston
  • †TWO POEMS by Peter Yates
  • †FIRST IMPRESSIONS by Isobel Leslie
  • †SANTA CRISTINA by Greville Texidor
  • OLIVEIRO DECIDES by Stephen Spender
  • †DING DONG DELL by Sid Chaplin
  • TWO POEMS by Pantelis Prevelakis
  • *THE LIVING COMPOSER by Music Critic


       BOOK FRONT
  • *THREE GHOSTS AND STEPHEN DEDALUS by L. A. G. Strong
  • THE UNDYING SCHWEIK by V. S. Pritchett
  • †SYMBOLISM AND ALLEGORY IN MELVILLE by Ronald Mason
  • †SUPPLEMENT: Some notes of the Art of Illustration by Keith Vaughan

  • PHOTOGRAVURE ILLUSTRATIONS

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  • Number NW23
    Series No.: NW23
    Title: PENGUIN NEW WRITING (23)
    Editor: John Lehmann
    Illustrations: 4 pages of colour and 8 pages of black-and-white photographic plates
    Date Published: March 1945
    Pages: 174pp. + 12pp.
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    Price: 9d

    Contents:

       REPORT ON TO-DAY
  • *IT WAS D-DAY by Denis Glover
  • *WONDERFUL HOLIDAYS - II by Rosamond lehmann
  • †SPIV ON THE STEPPE by A. W. Baird
  • †NOW I KNOW by Humphrey Knight

  • †A SONG OF THE COLD by Edith Sitwell
  • THE EBBING TIDE by James Stern
  • †THE SELF-MADE BLONDE by William Plomer
  • THE SLIP by Jim Phelan
  • †ELEGY by Maurice James Craig
  • †A HEAP OF RIPPING by Percy Coates
  • †THREE POEMS by Laurie Lee
  • †NIGHT WORKER by V. S. Pritchett
  • †TWO POEMS by Terence Tiller
  • †ISEULT LA BELLE by Henry Reed
  • *ENGLISH PAINTING AND THE FUTURE by Art Critic


       BOOK FRONT
  • *THE REALIST NOVEL AND POETIC IMAGINATION by Stephen Spender
  • THE DECLINE AND FALL OF THE ENGLISH NOVEL by Philip Toynbee
  • †THE DEFEAT OF ROMANTICISM by John Heath-Stubbs
  • †POETRY SUPPLEMENT

  • COLOUR PLATES
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  • Number NW24
    Series No.: NW24
    Title: PENGUIN NEW WRITING (24)
    Editor: John Lehmann
    Illustrations: 8 pages of black-and-white photographic plates
    Date Published: July 1945
    Pages: 176pp. + 8pp.
    Printer: Wyman and Sons Ltd; Photogravure plates by Hazell, Watson and Viney Ltd
    Price: 9d.

    Contents:

       REPORT ON TO-DAY
  • †A NIGHT IN THE COUNTRY by Eric de Mauny
  • *WONDERFUL HOLIDAYS - III by Rosamond Lehmann
  • †NIGHT ATTACK by H. R. Savage
  • †THE GREGALE by F. J. Salfeld

  • †TWO POEMS by A. S. J. Tessimond
  • †THE EAGLE by Daniel George
  • †EGYPT by Robert Medley
  • †A CHINESE SEAMAN by Kenneth Lo
  • †THREE POEMS by Terence Tiller
  • †A STORY BY MAUPASSANT by Frank O'Connor
  • †THREE POEMS by David Luke
  • †THE MACKENZIES by T. C. Worsley
  • †CASTEL DI SANGRO by Harry Brown
  • SMUDGE by Peter Viertel
  • *THREE BRITISH CHOREOGRAPHERS by Dance critic


       BOOK FRONT
  • *THREE HUNDRED YEARS OF MILTON'S POEMS by Kenneth Muir
  • *PRESCRIPTIONS FOR A MODERN MASTERPIECE by Stephen Spender
  • *STATE ART AND SCEPTICISM by John Lehmann
  • *FROM A PAINTER'S NOTEBOOK - I

  • PHOTOGRAVURE ILLUSTRATIONS

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  • Number NW25
    Series No.: NW25
    Title: PENGUIN NEW WRITING (25)
    Editor: John Lehmann
    Illustrations: 8 pages of black-and-white photographic plates
    Date Published: October 1945
    Pages: 192pp. + 8pp.
    Printer: Wyman and Sons Ltd; Photogravure plates by Hazell, Watson and Viney Ltd
    Price: 9d.

    Contents:
  • †POTATOES HAVE HIPS OF THEIR OWN by Anthony Thorne
  • †TWO SONGS AND A SONNET by C. Day Lewis
  • *WONDERFUL HOLIDAYS - IV by Rosamond Lehmann
  • †TWO POEMS by George Barker
  • *KILLING TIME by Joseph Gurnard
  • †AUGUST by Norman Nicholson
  • †LEAVING HOME by C. V. Wedgwood
  • †IN ALL THE ARGOSY OF YOUR BRIGHT HAIR by Dunstan Thompson
  • †THE CLIFF by William Sansom
  • †POEM by Donald Bain
  • †A WEDDING GUEST by William Plomer
  • †APRIL: ITALY, 1944 by B. J. Brooke
  • †HALFAYA by Hamish Henderson
  • †NIGHT PATROL by Alan Ross
  • †ARAKAN BOX by J. G. Millard
  • *THREE SHAKESPEAREAN PRODUCTIONS by Rupert Doone
  • *TWO LANDSCAPES OF NOVEL by Stephen Spender
  • *GEORGE CRABBE AND THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY by John Heath-Stubbs
  • HENRY GREEN by Walter Allen
  • *FROM A PAINTER'S NOTEBOOK - II
  • †AFTER BOMBARDMENT by R. H. Martin
  • †THE HOURS OF DARKNESS by Roger Anscombe
  • †DEAR TIME'S WASTE by K. B. Poole

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  • Number NW26
    Series No.: NW26
    Title: PENGUIN NEW WRITING (26)
    Editor: John Lehmann
    Illustrations: 8 pages of black-and-white photographic plates
    Date Published: February 1946 [printed date: 1945]
    Pages: 192pp. + 8pp.
    Printer: Wyman and Sons Ltd; Photogravure plates by Hazell, Watson and Viney Ltd
    Price: 9d.

    Contents:
  • †SQUADRON MOVE by John Sommerfield
  • †ROMAN PORTRAITS by Terence Tiller
  • †THE SWAG, THE SPY AND THE SOLDIER by J. Maclaren-Ross
  • †TWO POEMS by John Lehmann
  • †LITTLE SUSAN by Robert Pagan
  • THREE POEMS by F. T. Prince
  • †THE JUDAS TREE by Denton Welch
  • †TWO POEMS by H. B. Mallalieu
  • †THE DREAM by Chun-Chan Yeh
  • CHRYSOTHEMIS by Henry Reed
  • †THE ROAD TO NIJMEGEN by Earle Birney
  • †NYAMLAGIRA TO RUWENZORI by Edward Lowbury
  • †HARVEST by Gillian Hughes
  • *PETER GRIMES by Music Critic
  • *SHELLEY'S HEIRS by Kenneth Muir
  • THE NATURAL MAN AND THE POLITICAL MAN by Edwin Muir
  • *ART IN THE VOLLAGE by Derek Hill
  • *FROM A PAINTER'S NOTEBOOK - III
  • †V.E. DAY by Keith Vaughan
  • †THREE SKETCHES FROM A PRISON CAMP by Giles Romilly
  • †MONEY FOR JAM by Alec Guinness

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  • Number NW27
    Series No.: NW27, Spring 1946
    Title: PENGUIN NEW WRITING (27)
    Editor: John Lehmann
    Illustrations: 4 pages of colour and 8 pages of black-and-white photographic plates
    Date Published: April 1946
    Pages: 192pp. + 12pp.
    Printer: Wyman and Sons Ltd; Collogravure by Harrison and Sons Ltd; Colour plates by George Pulman and Sons Ltd
    Price: 1/-

    Contents:
  • *HOW THE CLAEYS DIED by William Sansom
  • †CASKET LETTER NO. 2 by Edith Sitwell
  • †THE LADY IN THE STONE by Annabel Farjeon
  • †THREE POEMS by Louis MacNeice
  • †WHEN THE WIND BLOWS - I by Frank Sargeson
  • †TWO SONGS by C. Day Lewis
  • †SECOND-LIEUTENANT by J. Maclaren-Ross
  • †MEETING by Stephen Spender
  • †LIFE LINE by Jim Phelan
  • †DEATH, IS IT YOU? by Eric White
  • †NOCTURNE by W. F. M. Stewart
  • †SESTINA by John Heath-Stubbs
  • †LANDFALL IN UNKNOWN SEAS by Allen Curnow
  • *EDUCATION ON THE AIR by Radio Critic
  • *WILFRED OWEN by Osbert Sitwell
  • *MOVEMENTS IN THE UNDERGROUND - I by John Hampson
  • *LONDON THEATRE: 1918 AND 1945 by Stephen Potter
  • *FROM A PAINTER'S NOTEBOOK - IV
  • †INDEFINITE LEAVE by A. C. Ritchie
  • †MY RIGHT LEG WAS GERMANY by Bernard Evslin
  • †ALL THIS IS ENDED by Norman Swallow

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  • Number NW28
    Series No.: NW28, Summer 1946
    Title: PENGUIN NEW WRITING (28)
    Editor: John Lehmann
    Illustrations: 4 pages of colour and 8 pages of black-and-white photographic plates
    Date Published: July 1946
    Pages: 192pp. + 12pp.
    Printer: Wyman and Sons Ltd; Collogravure by Harrison and Sons Ltd; Colour plates by George Pulman and Sons Ltd
    Price: 1/-

    Contents:
  • †BREAK AWAY IF YOU CAN by Nigel Heseltine
  • †TWO POEMS by Laurie Lee
  • †WHEN THE WIND BLOWS - II by Frank Sargeson
  • †TWO POEMS by Clifford Dyment
  • †BUTTIES by Perey Coates
  • †TWO POEMS by Norman Cameron
  • †KAFFIR TRUCK by Oliver Walker
  • †MANKIND AND STAR by Patrick Dickinson
  • †TWO POEMS by Alan Ross
  • †EMBARKATION LEAVE by Tom Wintringham
  • †EQUINOX by Jocelyn Brooke
  • †A DAM IN INDIA by R. N. Currey
  • †CAIN IN THE JUNGLE by Denys L. Jones

       THE CRITICAL VIEW
  • *THE SLEEPING BEAUTY by William Chappell
  • *THE FUTURE OF SHAKESPEARE by Kenneth Muir
  • *MOVEMENTS IN THE UNDERGROUND - II by John Hampson
  • *FROM A PAINTER'S NOTEBOOK - V

       THE LIVING MOMENT
  • †THE TIN BOX by Clifford Hornby
  • †THE EEL AND THE WHISKERS by Denny Macintosh
  • †CHALKY by David Hill

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  • Number NW29
    Series No.: NW29, Autumn 1946
    Title: PENGUIN NEW WRITING (29)
    Editor: John Lehmann
    Illustrations: 4 pages of colour and 8 pages of black-and-white photographic plates
    Date Published: 1947
    Pages: 192pp. + 12pp.
    Printer: Wyman and Sons Ltd; Collogravure by Harrison and Sons Ltd; Colour plates by George Pulman and Sons Ltd
    Price: 1/-

    Contents:
  • †MURDER by William Sansom
  • †TWO POEMS by Louis MacNeice
  • †THE WOMAN AND THE DOG by Patrick Greer
  • †ETERNAL CONTEMPORARIES by Lawrence Durrell
  • †THE TAILORS' CAKE by Noel Devaulx
  • †A CALVINIST IN LOVE by Jack Clemo
  • †WHEN THE WIND BLOWS - III by Frank Sargeson
  • †THE INVADER by Osbert Sitwell
  • †ILL WIND by John Ward
  • †TO THE CZECH LANGUAGE by Ivan Jelinek
  • †DEIRDRE AND THE POETS by Ewart Milne
  • †INVASION WEATHER by Douglas Newton
  • †TWO POEMS by Bernard Gutteridge

       THE CRITICAL VIEW
  • *A BRIEF SURVEY OF BRITISH FEATURE FILMS by J. Maclaren-Ross
  • *LAWRENCE IN PERSPECTIVE by Walter Allen
  • *IN THE YEAR OF JUBILEE by William Plomer
  • FOUR QUARTETS by Helen Gardner
  • FRENCH PAINTERS AND ENGLISH by Lawrence Gowing

       THE LIVING MOMENT
  • †A PEACEFUL PLACE by James Stern
  • †THE BLANKET by Jocelyn Brooke
  • THE MIGRATION OF BIRDS by Stanislaw Balinski

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  • Number NW30
    Series No.: NW30
    Title: PENGUIN NEW WRITING (30)
    Editor: John Lehmann
    Illustrations: 4 pages of colour and 8 pages of black-and-white photographic plates
    Date Published: 1947
    Pages: 192pp. + 12pp.
    Printer: Wyman and Sons Ltd; Collogravure by Harrison and Sons Ltd; Colour plates by George Pulman and Sons Ltd
    Price: 1/-

    Contents:
  • †MONSIEUR FÉLIX by J. Maclaren-Ross
  • †STREET SCENE by Louis MacNeice
  • †ABOVE THE SNOW-LINE by Tom Hopkinson
  • †THREE POEMS FROM THE IRISH by Donagh MacDonagh
  • †ACROSS THE BORDER by Graham Greene
  • †ANTIGONE by Henry Reed
  • †GROWING UP IN CHAD STREET by A. C. Wann
  • †TWO POEMS by Norman Nicholson
  • †THE THRUSHES by Boris Pasternak
  • †TWO POEMS by Giles Romilly
  • †POEM AFTER VICTORY by John R. Townsend
  • †THE VOYAGE BACK by R. C. M. Howard
  • †CALM SEA by Gillian Hughes

       THE CRITICAL VIEW
  • *PARADE OF VIOLENCE by Film Critic
  • †MEN OF THE WORLD by V. S. Pritchett
  • *THE SEARCH FOR THE MYTH by John Lehmann
  • *FROM A PAINTER'S NOTE-BOOK - VI

       THE LIVING MOMENT
  • †THE VALLEY by Stuart Hood
  • THE SEARCH by Rollo Woolley
  • †SNOW by Sacha Carnegie

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  • Number NW31
    Series No.: NW31
    Title: PENGUIN NEW WRITING (31)
    Editor: John Lehmann
    Illustrations: 8 pages of black-and-white photographic plates
    Date Published: 1947
    Pages: 192pp. + 8pp.
    Printer: Wyman and Sons Ltd; Collogravure by Harrison and Sons Ltd
    Price: 1/-

    Contents:
  • †VARIOUS TEMPTATIONS by William Sansom
  • †TWO POEMS by Laurie Lee
  • †SAN SPIRITO by Annabel Farjeon
  • †THE NAIAD OF OSTEND by William Plomer
  • †SOLITAIRE by James Stern
  • †TWO POEMS by Terence Tiller
  • †A LITTLE WHITE CAT by Dorothy Baker
  • THE AGE OF BLUE MEMORY by Odysseus Elytis
  • †TWO SONGS FROM THE WELSH by Gwyn Williams
  • †THE PERFECT TENSE by Peter Hewett
  • †TWO POEMS by André Chamson
  • †IN THE COLD DAY by Clifford Dyment

       THE CRITICAL VIEW
  • *THE POET AND THE STAGE by E. Martin Browne
  • *FRANÇOIS MAURIAC: A WOMAN OF THE PHARISES by Helen Gardner
  • *ARNOLD AND THE VICTORIAN DILEMMA by Kenneth Muir
  • W. H. AUDEN IN AMERICA by Henry Reed
  • A VIEW OF ENGLISH PAINTING by Keith Vaughan

       THE LIVING MOMENT
  • †MILITARY DETENTION by 'Lieut. Z'
  • †THE CAGE by Sid Chaplin
  • †BLACKTHORN WINTER by Jocelyn Brooke

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  • Number NW32
    Series No.: NW32
    Title: PENGUIN NEW WRITING (32)
    Editor: John Lehmann
    Illustrations: 16 pages of black-and-white photographic plates
    Date Published: 1947
    Pages: 160pp. + 16pp.
    Printer: Wyman and Sons Ltd; Collogravure by Harrison and Sons Ltd
    Price: 1/-

    Contents:
  • †KHAMSEEN by P. H. Newby
  • †THE BEE-KEEPER by Edith Sitwell
  • †A DAY'S PLEASURE by Nigel Heseltine
  • †SEEN FROM THE TRAIN by C. Day Lewis
  • †INHERITANCE by Alan Pryce-Jones
  • †FOUR POEMS FROM CAVAFY by Iain Scott-Kilvert
  • †JOHNNY THE RAG by Jim Phelan
  • †RELICS by Louis MacNeice
  • †SONG BY AN ESTUARY by Norman Nicholson
  • †TWO POEMS by Bernard Spencer

       THE CRITICAL VIEW
  • *STRATFORD AT THE CROSSROADS by Philip Hope-Wallace
  • †A NEGLECTED VICTORIAN CLASSIC by Rosamond Lehmann
  • THE FUTURE OF FICTION by V. S. Pritchett
  • †JOHN CLARE AND THE PEASANT TRADITION by John Heath-Stubbs
  • A MASTER OF PASTICHE by Michael Ayrton

       THE LIVING MOMENT
  • †A TRAVELLER TO DEPTFORD by Dunstan Thompson
  • †FROM A WINTER JOURNAL by Lawrence Durrell
  • †ROOTS by Jiří Mucha

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  • Number NW33
    Series No.: NW33
    Title: PENGUIN NEW WRITING (33)
    Editor: John Lehmann
    Illustrations: 16 pages of black-and-white photographic plates
    Date Published: 1948
    Pages: 160pp. + 16pp.
    Printer: Wyman and Sons Ltd; Collogravure by Harrison and Sons Ltd
    Price: 1/6d.

    Contents:
  • †CROWNING GLORY by P. H. Newby
  • †A RECENT DISCOVERY by Robert Pagan
  • †OF THIS TIME, OF THAT PLACE by Lionel Trilling
  • †LILITH by Terence Tiller
  • †DESERTER FROM THE MOON by Antonio Baldini
  • †SESTINA AT 34 by George Barker
  • †THE VALIANT WOMAN by J. F. Powers
  • AUTOLYCUS by Louis MacNeice
  • THE DEATH FEAST OF THE GREEKS by Angelos Sikelianos
  • †MUA HILLS by Edward Lowbury
  • †DISGUISES OF THE ARTIST by Douglas Newton

       THE CRITICAL VIEW
  • *A CHAPTER OF REVELATIONS by A. D. B. Sylvester
  • PAUL VALÉRY by André Gide
  • †EDGAR ALLEN POE by William Sansom
  • *PORTRAIT OF THE ARTIST AS AN ESCAPER by John Lehmann

       THE LIVING MOMENT
  • †FROM A CORSICAN NOTE-BOOK by Alan Ross
  • †THE GIFT by Keith B. Poole

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  • Number NW34
    Series No.: NW34
    Title: PENGUIN NEW WRITING (34)
    Editor: John Lehmann
    Illustrations: 16 pages of black-and-white photographic plates
    Date Published: 1948
    Pages: 160pp. + 16pp.
    Printer: Wyman and Sons Ltd; Collogravure by Harrison and Sons Ltd
    Price: 1/6d.

    Contents:
  • †A DARK RED CHRYSANTHEMUM by Anthony Thorne
  • †LETTER FROM INDIA by Louis MacNeice
  • †THE FORKS by J. F. Powers
  • THE TWO LOVES by Edith Sitwell
  • AN ATTACK OF INDIGESTION by julia Strachey
  • †THE BRIDAL NIGHTMARE by George Barker
  • †THE MAN WHO KNEW by James Stern
  • †THE REUNION by J. C. Hall
  • †TWO POEMS by Michael Hamburger

       THE CRITICAL VIEW
  • *THE ART OF V. S. PRITCHETT by Walter Allen
  • *ONE THAT GATHERS SAMPHIRE by Barbara Cooper
  • *ALBERT CAMUS by Rayner Heppenstall
  • PAUL KLEE by Keith Vaughan
  • *A NOTE ON RENATO GUTTUSO by John Fleming


       THE LIVING MOMENT
  • †UP THE MAGDALENA RIVER by Christopher Isherwood
  • †THE HEROES by Nelson Algreen
  • †THE DESERTER by John Atkins

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  • Number NW35
    Series No.: NW35
    Title: PENGUIN NEW WRITING (35)
    Editor: John Lehmann
    Illustrations: 16 pages of black-and-white photographic plates
    Date Published: 1948
    Pages: 160pp. + 16pp.
    Printer: Wyman and Sons Ltd; Collogravure by Harrison and Sons Ltd
    Price: 1/6d.

    Contents:
  • †PRAY FOR HER by L. A. G. Strong
  • †TWO POEMS by Norman Nicholson
  • †THE SILVER DISH by Mervyn Jones-Evans
  • THE MAD POMEGRANATE TREE by Odysseus Elytis
  • †THE OLD MAN WITH THE TOP-BOOTS by Vitaliano Brancati
  • †THE SWANS by Clifford Dyment
  • †PROMETHEUS by Ronald Bottrall
  • †THE CHILDREN by Nelson Algreen
  • †TWO POEMS by Lewis Thompson
  • †BASRA: EXPERIMENT WITH OIL by Alan Ross

       THE CRITICAL VIEW
  • *SLEEPY PEARS by T. C. Worsley
  • *THE GEORGIAN POETS by Alan Pryce-Jones
  • †THE NEW GENERATION OF AMERICAN WRITERS by John Aldridge
  • *AN APPROACH TO DYLAN THOMAS by Linden Huddlestone

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  • Number NW36
    Series No.: NW36
    Title: PENGUIN NEW WRITING (36)
    Editor: John Lehmann
    Illustrations: 16 pages of black-and-white photographic plates
    Date Published: 1949
    Pages: 160pp. + 16pp.
    Printer: Wyman and Sons Ltd; Collogravure by Harrison and Sons Ltd
    Price: 1/6d.

    Contents:
  • ON STONY GROUND by William Sansom 2
  • THE SUMMER BIRD by Peter Yates 2
  • SHOWER OF GOLD by Eudora Welty 2
  • TWO SUMMER IDYLS by George Barker 2
  • A SINGLE LADY by Mary Lavin 2
  • THE RIVER OF LIFE by David Horner 2
  • THE CHEST by Michael Nelson 2
  • TWO POEMS by J. C. Hall 2
  • A LOT YOU GOT TO HOLLER by Nelson Algren 2
  • FEBRUARY EVENING by Jocelyn Brooke 2
  • THE EXPLORERS by Harry Brown 2
  • DE QUINCEY IN WESTMORLAND by John Short 2

       THE CRITICAL VIEW
  • THE FUTURE OF FICTION by Walter Allen
  • EDWARD THOMAS by John Lehmann 1
  • MR. THOMSON AND HIS WICKED BROTHER by J. M. Cohen 2
  • STYLE IN SHAKESPEARE PRODUCTION by Peter Brook
  • A MOROCCAN DIARY by Fred Uhlman 2

  • PHOTOGRAVURE ILLUSTRATIONS

    1 Specially written for this issue of Penguin New Writing
    2 First publication in Great Britain
  • Number NW37
    Series No.: NW37
    Title: PENGUIN NEW WRITING (37)
    Editor: John Lehmann
    Illustrations: 16 pages of black-and-white photographic plates
    Date Published: 1949
    Pages: 128pp. + 16pp.
    Printer: Wyman and Sons Ltd; Collogravure by Harrison and Sons Ltd
    Price: 1/6d.

    Contents:
  • SUNKEN EVENING by Laurie Lee 2
  • A MAN'S NAME by Louis Guilloux 2
  • ASLEEP, AWAKE by Diana Witherby 2
  • THE LANDLADY by Frank O'Connor 2
  • EAST ROCK: 1942 by Harry Duncan 2
  • THE RED DOGS by Anna Kavan 2
  • GREEK ARCHIPELAGOES by Patrick Leigh-Fermor 2
  • A CHILD OF THE HIGH SEAS by Jules Supervielle
  • TWO POEMS by Odysseus Elytis
  • BREAD by Sid Chaplin 2
  • TWO POEMS by Bernard Spencer 2
  • THE GIANT FISTS OF THE SEA by Helen Spalding 2
  • RETURN FROM THE BEACH by E. J. Scovell 2

       THE CRITICAL VIEW
  • CHEKHOV AND HIS PRODUCERS by David Margarshack 1
  • ART IN THE CRYSTALLINE SOCIETY by Jacquetta Hawkes 1
  • SOME NOTES ON POETIC DICTION by G. S. Fraser 1

  • PHOTOGRAVURE ILLUSTRATIONS

    1 Specially written for this issue of Penguin New Writing
    2 First publication in Great Britain
  • Number NW38
    Series No.: NW38
    Title: PENGUIN NEW WRITING (38)
    Editor: John Lehmann
    Illustrations: 16 pages of black-and-white photographic plates
    Date Published: 1949
    Pages: 128pp. + 16pp.
    Printer: Wyman and Sons Ltd; Collogravure by Harrison and Sons Ltd
    Price: 1/6d.

    Contents:
  • MEDUSA'S LOVE SONG by Edith Sitwell 2
  • THE VISIT by Denton Welch 2
  • THE SWORDS OF GLASS by Terence Tiller 2
  • THE WOMAN WHO WAS LOVED by James Stern
  • LIGHT AND DARK by Peter Yates 2
  • THE THOUGHTS OF SERGEANT GEORGE FLAVIN by Saul Bellow 2
  • TWO POEMS by Margaret Gardiner 2
  • EAR AND BRACELET by Rupert Croft-Cooke 2
  • SWALEDALE by Edward Bolton 2
  • THREE BROTHERS by C.-C. Yeh 2

       THE CRITICAL VIEW
  • THE STRATFROD FESTIVAL, 1949 by T. C. Worsley 1
  • JOHN FORD by C. V. Wedgwood 1
  • EDWIN MUIR: AN INTRODUCTION by J. C. Hall 2
  • LIBRETTIST AND COMPOSER by David Higham 1

  • PHOTOGRAVURE ILLUSTRATIONS

    1 Specially written for this issue of Penguin New Writing
    2 First publication in Great Britain
  • Number NW39
    Series No.: NW39
    Title: PENGUIN NEW WRITING (39)
    Editor: John Lehmann
    Illustrations: 16 pages of black-and-white photographic plates
    Date Published: 1950
    Pages: 128pp. + 8pp.
    Printer: Wyman and Sons Ltd; Collogravure by Harrison and Sons Ltd
    Price: 1/6d.

    Contents:
  • BY THE WATER by Paul Bowles 2
  • BUS TO FLORENCE by C. Day Lewis 2
  • A WEDDING by William Sansom 2
  • TWO POEMS by Lynette Roberts 2
  • THE GREEN DOOR by Donald Ford 2
  • DEAD AND GONE by Anne Ridler 2
  • THE MATELOT AND THE PIECE OF CAKE by Tom Hopkinson 2
  • TWO POEMS by Denton Welch 2
  • SEBASTIANA by Vitaliano Brancati 2
  • TWO POEMS by Umberto Saba 2
  • TWO POEMS by J. C. Hall 2
  • DARK BROTHER by Hal Summers 2

       THE CRITICAL VIEW
  • THE POETRY OF ANGELOS SIKELIANOS by Robert Liddell 2
  • MICHAEL ROBERTS AND THE HERO MYTH by Kathleen Raine 1
  • THE LIFE OF THE PRODIGAL SON by John Lehmann 1
  • CORNISH RENAISSANCE by J. P. Hodin 2

  • PHOTOGRAVURE ILLUSTRATIONS

    1 Specially written for this issue of Penguin New Writing
    2 First publication in Great Britain
  • Number NW40
    Series No.: NW40
    Title: PENGUIN NEW WRITING (40)
    Editor: John Lehmann
    Illustrations: 16 pages of black-and-white photographic plates
    Date Published: 1950
    Pages: 128pp. + 16pp.
    Printer: Wyman and Sons Ltd; Collogravure by Harrison and Sons Ltd
    Price: 2/6d.

    Contents:
  • A SONG OF DUST by Edith Sitwell 2
  • THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A VIOLIN CASE AND A COFFIN by Tennessee Williams 2
  • TWO POEMS by Luis Cernuda 2
  • IMPATIENCE by William Sansom 2
  • CHANEL CROSSING by George Barker 2
  • THE POET by John Hampson 2
  • FOUR POEMS by James Michie 2
  • THE WORLDS IN CHARITY by William Goyen 2
  • ANTWERP by Alan Ross 2
  • UNCLE GEORGE by J. F. Tuohy 2
  • A POET'S PROGRESS by Michael Hamburger 2
  • 'SOME ARE MORE EQUAL THAN OTHERS' by John Morris 1
  • THE CRITICISM OF G. M. HOPKINS by Anne Treneer 2
  • AMBIGUOUS GIFTS by John Wain 2

  • PHOTOGRAVURE ILLUSTRATIONS

    1 Specially written for this issue of Penguin New Writing
    2 First publication in Great Britain



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