A0010 African Heroes (story collection)
-- In the "Heroic Retellings from History and Legend" series
 
  VW Oct 1968 ENGLAND, London: Bodley Head - HB with DW - 190pp - 21/-
  Illustration:William Stobbs
  Contents: Author's note (pp.7-8)
"The Kings Beyond the Desert" (B0900)
"The Story of the Emir of the Faithful - Mai Idris Alooma of Bornu" (B1820)
"The Greatest Mani of Kongo" (B0620)
"The Golden Stool of Ashanti" (B0550)
"The Boy from the Bush" (B0170)
"Shaka of the Amazulu" (B1650)
"The Mountain of the Night" (B1200)
"Kgamanyane of the Bakgatla" (B0870)
"Lobengula of the Amandebele" (B1040)
"Khama of the Bamangwato" (B0880)
"The Great Tree Falls" (B0610)
Epilogue (pp.188-190)
 
  VW Jun 1969 USA, New York: Farrar Straus & Giroux - HB with DW - 202pp - $3.95
  Contents:as 1968 Bodley Head edition - but pagination differs
  Reprints:1971
 
A0020 The Africans (history)
 
  VW 1970 ENGLAND, London: Anthony Blond - HB with DW - 232pp - 21/-
  Contents: Author's note (pp.13-15)
Further Reading (pp221-223)
Index (pp225-232)
  Note:Dustwrapper has title as The Africans: A History but title page has The Africans
Also ???? check price - may be 42/- or even 15/- (as per "English Catalogue")
 
  CM 1971 ENGLAND, London: Panther - pb - 260pp - £0.50
  Illustrations: Book contains several maps
 
A0030 The Alban Goes Out (long poem)
-- Also published in the collection The Cleansing of the Knife and Other Poems (A0230)
-- An extract also published as "Morning Herring" (C1370)
 
  VW 1939 ENGLAND, Harrow: Raven Press - pb - 12pp - ??30/-
  Illustration:Wood engravings by Gertrude Hermes
  Dedication:"To the Carradale ring-net fishing fleet - above all the crew of the Alban , the Amy Harris and the Cluaran."
 
A0040 Alexander the Great (history)
 
  VW Apr 1964 ENGLAND, London: Longmans - pb - 92pp - 5/-
  Note:In the "Then and There" series
  Contents:Includes study notes and a glossary
  Illustration:Rosemary Grimble
  Reprints:Dec 1964, 1966, 1972, 1977 and 1983
 
  OL 1964 USA, Boston (MA): Addison-Wesley - pb&HB - 96pp
  Reprints:2nd revised edition Dec 1984
 
  >>> see also the "In Translation" section for editions of this title in Dutch
 
A0050 All Change Here: Girlhood and Marriage (autobiography)
-- This book also forms part, with Small Talk (A0880) , of As It Was (A0090) .
-- Extracts have been published as "The Way We Were: Schooldays" (E8115); "The Way We Were: Pens Down, Please" (E8110); "Wartime Days as a Volunteer on the Wards" (E8090) and "Bad News from France" (E0807)
 
  VW Apr 1975 ENGLAND, London: Bodley Head - HB with DW - 159pp - £3.00
  Notes: Publication date either 17 Apr 1975 or 9 May 1975
  Illustration:9 photographs and a family tree
 
  -- 1980 ENGLAND, London: Royal National Institute for the Blind
"Talking book no.2872" - read by Judith Whale - playing time 5h.50m
 
  OL 1983 AUSTRALIA, North Sydney, NSW: Australian Listening Library
"Talking Book" - read by Janet Clark - 5 cassettes, playing time unknown
 
A0060 Among You Taking Notes: The Wartime Diary of Naomi Mitchison 1939-1945 (autobiography edited by Dorothy Sheridan)
-- During WW2, NMM took part in the Mass Observation experiment. She wrote approximately one million words which form part of the M.O. archive at the University of Sussex. This book consists of an edited version of about 10% of the total material. The published extracts listed in this bibliography may not all appear in this book, but may be part of the M.O archive as a whole. They are listed here for convenience.
-- Short extracts have appeared in the "Another Day" column in "The Guardian" - see E0335 to E0545 and E0290
-- 41 extracts appear in We Shall Never Surrender - an anthology of pieces by several wartime diarists - see E8098.
-- 9 extracts appear in The Assassin's Cloak - an anthology of pieces by several wartime diarists - see E0643.
      This book, possibly with revisions, has also appeared as The War Diaries and as Those Who Marched Away
-- 21 extracts appear in The Secret Annexe - an anthology of pieces by the world's greatest diarists - see E6793.
-- 4 extracts appear in Meantime: Looking Forward to the Millennium - see E5095.
-- 1 extract appears in Hearts Undefeated: Women's Writing of the Second World War - see E7542.
-- Sections of this book were used in a television programme (T6950) and in a radio programme (T8000)
 
  CM Jun 1985 ENGLAND, London: Gollancz - HB with DW - 352pp - £12.95
  Illustration:8 pages of photos
  Contents: Author's foreword (pp.11-13)
Introduction by the editor, Dorothy Sheridan (pp.15-25)
Edited diaries for each year 1939-1945
Glossary and list of characters (pp.340-352)
  Note:*** "Cumulative Index" gives price as 15/- ***
 
  VW Aug 1986 ENGLAND, Oxford: OUP - pb - 350pp - £4.95
  Contents: As Gollancz edition but pagination differs slightly
 
  -- 1986 or 87 ENGLAND, London: Royal National Institute for the Blind
"Talking book no.6004" - read by Gretel Davis - playing time 15h.41m
 
  OL Aug 2000 ENGLAND, London: Orion (Phoenix Press) - pb - 350pp - ?price
 
  OL Dec 2001 USA, California: Phoenix Press - pb - 350pp - ?price
 
A0070 Anna Comnena (biography/history)
 
  VW Oct 1928 ENGLAND, London: Gerald Howe - HB with DW - 96pp - 3/6
  Note:In the "Representative Women" Library - general editor Francis Birrell
  Illustration:J Gower Parks (Frontispiece)
 
  OL 1930 Included in Six Women of the World - an omnibus of 6 books in the "Representative Women" series, all previously published separately Each of the parts retains its own pagination.
ENGLAND, London: Gerald Howe - HB - 520pp
 
  KB Nov 2009 SCOTLAND, Glasgow: Kennedy & Boyd - pb - 106pp - £12.95 ($25.00 in USA)
  Note:A print-on-demand edition in the "Naomi Mitchison Library" series
  Introduction: by Isobel Murray (pp vii-xvi)
 
A0080 Artist Laird: An Introduction by Naomi Mitchison (pamphlet)
-- Gladstone's Land Aug 26th - Sept 14th 1958. A National Trust for Scotland exhibition guide.
 
  VW 1958 SCOTLAND, Edinburgh: National Trust for Scotland - pb - 4pp - 1/-
 
A0090 As It Was (autobiography)
-- Previously published in two books as Small Talk (A0880) and All Change Here (A0050)
 
  VW 1988 SCOTLAND, Edinburgh: Richard Drew - pb - 159pp - £5.99
  Illustration:Many photographs
  Dedication:"For the Grand-daughters who ask questions."
 
  OL 1988 AUSTRALIA, South Yarra (VIC): Macmillan Education Australia - pb - 292pp
  Illustration:Many photographs
  Dedication:"For the Grand-daughters who ask questions."
 
  OL 2000 SCOTLAND, Edinburgh: Birlinn (House of Lochar) - pb - 160pp - £9.99
  Note:The title of this edition is Small Talk with All Change Here
  Illustration:16 pages of b/w photographs
 
A0100 As It Was In the Beginning (play co-authored with L E Gielgud)
 
  VW May 1939 ENGLAND, London: Jonathan Cape - HB (DW not present) - 128pp - 3/6
  Note: #17 in the "New Plays" series
  Contents: Author's note (pp.5)
"As it was in the Beginning" (D0030)
 
A0110 The Barbarian (novel)
-- Retitling for the American market of The Corn King and the Spring Queen (A0280)
 
  -- 1961 USA, New York: Cameron Associates - HB with DW - 721pp - $6.50
  Notes: This edition has subtitle "The Corn King and Spring Queen"
 
  VW ?? USA, New York: Curtis - pb - 638pp - $1.25
  Illustration:Cover uncredited
  Introduction: Author's foreword (pp.5)
  Dedication:as The Corn King and the Spring Queen
 
  CM 1980 USA, New York: Popular Library - pb - 638pp - $2.25
  Illustration:Cover uncredited
  Introduction: Author's foreword (pp.5)
  Dedication:as The Corn King and the Spring Queen
 
A0120 Barbarian Stories (story collection)
-- Book states some of these stories previously published in "The Saturday Westminster", "The Queen", "The Golden Hind" and "The Liberal Woman's News". Exact details not known
 
  VW Jun 1929 ENGLAND, London: Jonathan Cape - HB with DW - 290pp - 7/6
  Contents: "The Barley Field: Dorset Coast, Early Bronze Age" (B0110)
"Steague Fort: Kenmare River, Late Bronze Age" (B1770)
"A Litle Girl Lost: Yr Eifl, North Wales, Iron Age" (B1000)
"Niempsor Kar: First Century B.C." (B1240)
"A Matter of No Importance: B.C. 54-51" (B1130)
"Arminius in the Cherry Tree: Ravenna A.D. 35" (B0070)
"Mascaret: Caudebec-en-Cau: First Century A.D." (B1110)
"Maiden Castle: Dorset, Third Century A.D." (B1080)
"Læta: Rome A.D. 304 - A.D. 1923" (B0940)
"The Amphitheatre at Pola: Fourth Century A.D." (B0050)
"In Patria Potestate: Fifth Century A.D." (B0790)
" 'I'm a Business Man': Fifth Century A.D. " (B0760)
"The Konung of White Walls: Russia, Early Eleventh Century" (B0910)
"Oh Gay are the Garlands: Constantinople A.D. 1045" (B1300)
"The Goat: Cardiff A.D. 1935" (B0530)
  Reprints: "Uniform" edition - Jun 1933 (5/-) and Apr 1934 (2/6)
 
  -- 1929 USA, New York: Harcourt - ?HB - 290pp - $2.50
Book stated "Printed in Great Britain"
 
  -- 1970 USA, Freeport (NY): Books for Libraries - HB - 290pp - $8.95
  Note:Reprint of 1929 Harcourt edition
 
A0130 Behold Your King (novel)
 
  VW Apr 1957 ENGLAND, London: Frederick Muller - HB with DW - 183pp - 13/6
  Introduction:Author's foreword (pp vii)
  Dedication:"In memory of my dear friend Lewis Gielgud."
 
  -- 1957 USA, ?place: S J R Saunders - ?? - ??pp - $3.25
 
  KB Aug 2009 SCOTLAND, Glasgow: Kennedy & Boyd - pb - 202pp - £12.95 ($19.95 in USA)
  Note:A print-on-demand edition in the "Naomi Mitchison Library" series
  Introduction:by Moira Burgess
 
A0140 Beyond This Limit: Selected Shorter Fiction of Naomi Mitchison (story collection)
-- See also the novella of same title (A0150)
 
  VW Oct 1986 SCOTLAND, Edinburgh: Scottish Academic Press - pb - 217pp - £5.95
  Note:Published in conjunction with The Association for Scottish Literary Studies. No.5 in "The Scottish Classics" series - general editor Douglas S Mack
  Illustration:Cover and interiors by Wyndham Lewis.
  Contents: Edited with an introduction by Isobel Murray (pp.vii-xix)
"Beyond This Limit" (B0130)
"The Powers of Light" (B1480)
"The Wife of Aglaos" (B2100)
"Five Men and a Swan" (B0460)
"The Hunting of Ian Og" (B0730)
"The Hill Behind" (B0690)
"The Coming of the New God" (B0280)
"Remember Me" (B1530)
 
  KB Sep 2008 SCOTLAND, Glasgow: Kennedy & Boyd - pb - 228pp - £12.95 ($25.00 in USA)
  Note:A print-on-demand edition in the "Naomi Mitchison Library" series
  Introduction:by Isobel Murray
  Illustration:by Wyndham Lewis
 
A0150 Beyond This Limit (novella in collaboration with artist Wyndham Lewis)
-- See also the collection of same title (A0140)
-- For an academic appraisal of this book see "Crossing Dream Boundaries" (H3750)
 
  VW Jun 1935 ENGLAND, London: Jonathan Cape - HB with DW - 90pp - 7/6
  Illustration:30 full page illustrations plus many smaller ones - by Wyndham Lewis.
  Note:On 13 Dec 1934 Professor Sidney Russ paid Wyndham Lewis £26.5.0 for the 30 original ink drawings used in this book.
 
A0160 The Big House (novel)
-- Four stories from this episodic novel were broadcast on radio - see items (T3700-T3730)
-- For an academic appraisal of this book see Mitchison's Ghosts (H4000)
-- For a student guide to this book see (H3250)
 
  VW Sep 1950 ENGLAND, London: Faber & Faber - HB with DW - 170pp - 9/6
  Dedication:"Mostly for Murdoch."
 
  XX 1970 ENGLAND, Birmingham: C Combridge - HB with DW - 170pp - 18/-
 
  VW Sep 1987 SCOTLAND, Edinburgh: Canongate Kelpies - pb - 170pp - £1.95
  Dedication:"Mostly for Murdoch."
 
  KB Nov 2010 SCOTLAND, Glasgow: Kennedy & Boyd - pb - 174pp - £10.95 ($16.00 in USA)
  Note:A print-on-demand edition in the "Naomi Mitchison Library" series
  Introduction:by Moira Burgess
 
A0170 The Big Surprise (children's short novel)
-- Prequel to Don't Look Back (A0310)
 
  VW 1967 ENGLAND, London: Kaye & Ward - HB with DW - 88pp - 8/6
  Notes: In "Early Bird" series
  Illustration:Uncredited
  Dedication:"To Kate Arnold Forster with love."
  Reprinted:1970
 
  CM 1979 ENGLAND, London: Kaye & Ward - HB with DW - 88pp - £1.90
  Illustration:Uncredited
  Dedication:"For Mary and Other Mary with love."
 
A0180 Black Sparta: Greek Stories (story & poetry collection)
-- Book states some of stories appeared previously in "Nation", "Weekly Westminster", "London Mercury", "Spectator " and "Atalanta's Garland". Exact details unknown.
 
  VW Jun 1928 ENGLAND, London: Jonathan Cape - HB with DW - 320pp - 7/6
  Dedication:"To two real historians - H T Wade Gery and Vivian Whitfield."
  Contents: "The Child Jason Brought to Chiron" (C0370)
"The Exiled Oligarchs Are Driven Out of the City" (C0580)
"Krypteia" (B0920)
"Charilas - In Exile - Remembers Sparta" (C0360)
"O Lucky Thessaly !" (B1280)
"Peace" (C1660)
"The Lamb Misused" (B0950)
" 'A Wood Near Athens' " (C2640)
"The Heart and the Head" (B0660)
"Pythian XI" (C1810)
"Take Back Your Bay Wreath" (B1840)
"Arrow-struck" (C0070)
"The Story of Myrto" (B1800)
"Things Without Remedy" (C2230)
"Babes in the Wood " (B0100)
"Philisté's Weaving Song" (C1670)
"The Highbrow" (B0670)
"Wise Diotima" (C2610)
"The Chosen-by-Lot" (B0260)
"Professor Whitehead and the Poets" (C1770)
" 'Who will You Have for Nuts in May ?' " (B2090)
"Coming in to the Bay" (C0440)
"The Epiphany of Poieëssa" (B0390)
"A Sophist in Love" (C2050)
"Black Sparta" (B0150)
"Sophrosyne Castle" (C2060)
"Plutarch - in Letter - to his Brother Lamprias" (B1450)
"Song" (C2020)
  Reprints:"Travellers Library" edition - Mar 1931 (3/6)
"Uniform" edition - May 1931 (5/-)
"St.Giles Library" edition - May 1940 (1/9)
 
  -- 1928 USA, New York: Harcourt - HB with DW - 230pp - $2.50
 
  -- 1933 USA, ?place: P Smith - ?? - ??pp - $1.00
 
  -- 1940 CANADA,Toronto: Nelson - ?? - ??pp - $0.65
 
  OL 2006 ENGLAND, Hebden Bridge (Yorks): Pomona Press- Hb&pb - ??pp - ??
 
A0190 The Blood of the Martyrs (novel)
-- For an academic discussion of this book see essay (H3600) by Elizabeth A Castelli.
 
  VW Oct 1939 ENGLAND, London: Constable & Co - HB with DW - 499pp - 8/6
  Dedication:A page and a quarter of dedicatory text.
  Contents: novel + historical note
  Reprints:"Uniform" edition - Oct 1939 (5/-)
 
  -- 1948 USA, New York: McGraw Hill (Whittlesey House) - HB with DW - 500pp - $3.50
 
  VW ? 1948 USA, New York: Curtis - pb - 384pp - $0.95
  Dedication:A page of dedicatory text.
  Contents: novel + historical note
 
  NM 1988 SCOTLAND, Edinburgh: Canongate - pb - 448pp - £4.95
  Note:No. 14 in the "Canongate Classics" series
  Introduction:by Donald Smith (pp ix-xiii)
  Contents: novel + historical note
  Reprints:Feb 1989, 2001
 
  OL Oct 1994 USA, Chicago: Moody Press - pb - 422pp - ??
  Note:In the "Christian Epics" series - possibly abridged by deletion of the historical notes etc
  Introduction:by James S Bell Jr.
  Reprints:Jun 1995
 
  >>> see also the "In Translation" section for editions of this title in Danish & Swedish.
 
A0200 Boys and Girls and Gods (story collection)
-- Book states "A few of these stories have appeared in "Time and Tide" and other papers"
 
  VW Sep 1931 ENGLAND, London: Watts & Co - HB with DW - 148pp - 1/6
  Notes: No 6 in "World of Youth" series - 2 different bindings seen on this edition
1) red leather + gold top edge + no DW 2) Cloth with DW - price 1/6
"English Catalogue" gives price as 4/6 - ?? for better binding (altho this seems low)
  Illustration:Logi Southby - Paul Laurent - L S - J F H
  Contents: "The Prince" (B1490)
"The Founding of the New City" (B0480)
"The War Ship Sails" (B2020)
"To the Glory of Ashur" (B1930)
"The First Morning" (B0450)
"The Saving of Cyrus" (B1620)
"The Lady of the City" (B0930)
"At Plane-Tree Grove" (B0080)
"Over the Hills and Far Away" (B1430)
"The Garden of Epicuros" (B0510)
 
A0210 The Brave Nurse and Other Stories (children's story collection)
-- See book for info regarding previous publication of slightly different versions of these stories.
 
  VW 1977 SOUTH AFRICA, Cape Town: OUP - pb - 27pp - price ??
  Notes: No 6D in the Leopard books series.
  Contents: "The Brave Nurse" (B0180)
"A Good Pot Needs a Good Potter" (B0560)
"For her Country" (B0470)
"Letsei and Sekgwari" (B0960)
 
A0220 The Bull Calves (novel)
-- Extract published as "Old Nick Arrives" (B1310)
-- For academic discussions of this title see - book H4000; essay H1750; and theses H7050 and H6800.
 
  VW Apr 1947 ENGLAND, London: Jonathan Cape - HB with DW - 532pp - 15/-
  Illustration:Louise Richard Annand
The illustration on the title page of the first edition - is of NMM by Denny MacIntosh - and is dropped from subsequent editions.
  Dedication:"Dedicated to the other Bull Calves - living and dead - and to the Highlanders they may have loved - but most of all to those who are only names in a family tree - and of those, my one"
  Contents: Novel
Family tree
"Clemency Ealasaid" (pp.11-15) (C0410)
Historical Notes (pp.407-532) .
 
  -- 1947 CANADA, Toronto: Clarke, Irwin & Co - ?? - ??pp - $3.75
 
  VW Oct 1985 SCOTLAND, Glasgow: Richard Drew - pb - 532pp - £4.95
  Note:As 1947 edition but in "The Scottish Collection"
  Illustration:Cover illustration by Scoular Anderson
  Contents:Includes notes on the illustrations, and a historical note.
 
  -- Oct 1985 SCOTLAND, Glasgow: Richard Drew - HB with ?DW - 532pp - £9.95
 
  OL 1997 ENGLAND, London: Virago - pb - 532pp - £7.99
 
  OL 1998 ENGLAND, London: Kingfisher Books - pb - 406pp - ??
 
  KB Feb 2013 SCOTLAND, Glasgow: Kennedy & Boyd - pb - £16.95 ($25.00 in USA) - 548pp
  Note:A print-on-demand edition in the "Naomi Mitchison Library" series
  Introduction:by Isobel Murray
 
---- Carradale - Essays and Journalism 2
-- See under the form of title Essays and Journalism 2 - Carradale (A0335)
 
A0230 The Cleansing of the Knife and Other Poems (poetry collection)
 
  VW 1978 SCOTLAND, Edinburgh: Canongate - HB with DW - 72pp - £3.95
  Illustration:Cover photo by Thomas Keith
  Contents: "The House of the Hare" (C0940)
"The Alban Goes Out" (C0050)
"The Scottish Renaissance in Glasgow: 1935" (C1950)
"Adoption of a Parliamentary Candidate - Lochgilphead" (C0030)
"The Farm Woman: 1942" (C0620)
"The Farmer and her Cows" (C0630)
"The Burial of Elie Gras" (C0280)
"Then" (C2220)
"1943" (C1480)
"Kintyre" (C1110)
"On a Highland Farm" (C1560)
"Living in a Village" (C1160)
"To a Fisherman with the Present of a Knife" (C2320)
"Up Loch Fyne" (C2470)
"Three poems (For the Highland & Islands Advisory Panel)" (poem group C2270) see note *1*
       "Duncraig" (C0530)
       "Raasay" (C1830)
       "Wester Ross" (C2530)
"East Coast - West Coast" (C0560)
"The Highland Scene: The Great Fault" (C0890)
"The Boar of Badenoch and the Sow of Athol" (C0220)
"Buachaille Etive Mor and Buachaille Etive Beag" (C0260) see note *2*
"Next Stop Perth" (C1470)
"Early o" (C0550)
"The Cleansing of the Knife: 1941-1947" (C0400)
  Note:*1* - Contents page has group name as "Three Poems for the Highland Panel" and does not list the three individual poems
*2* - Contents page has title as "Buachaille Etive Mor"
 
  -- Feb 1979 ENGLAND: Worthing, Sussex: Littlehampton Book Services - HB with DW - 72pp - £4.75
  Note:This info is from "ABE Books" .
 
A0240 Cleopatra's People (novel)
 
  VW 1972 ENGLAND, London: Heinemann - HB with DW - 209pp - £2.00
  Illustration:Alan Lee (DW) + photo of NMM by John Goldblatt. The endpapers have a genealogical table.
  Reprints:1972 (still £2.00)
 
  -- 1980 ENGLAND, London: Royal National Institute for the Blind
"Talking Book no.2014" - read by Marvin Kane - playing time 8h.28m
 
  KB Jun 2010 SCOTLAND, Glasgow: Kennedy & Boyd - pb - 209pp - £12.95 ($19.95 in USA)
  Note:A print-on-demand edition in the "Naomi Mitchison Library" series
  Introduction:by Isobel Murray (pp i-ix)
 
  >>> see also the "In Translation" section for editions of this title in German and then into a German Talking Book.
 
A0250 Cloud Cuckoo Land (novel)
  -- Note: Clue 1ac. in "The Times" crossword (#4125 on 20 May 1943) was Classical utopia authorised by Miss Mitchison (5,6,4) - the answer being Cloud Cuckoo Land.
 
  VW 29 Oct 1925 ENGLAND, London: Jonathan Cape - HB (DW not present) - 348pp - 7/6
  Note:Also 2nd impression Jan 1926
  Introduction:Author's foreword
  Dedication:"To my Lover."
  Reprints:Jan 1926
"Travellers Library" edition - Mar 1928 (3/6) and Jun 1930
"Uniform" edition - May 1931 (5/-)
"Collected Works of Naomi Mitchison" edition - May 1933 (5/-) and Jun 1936
 
  TX 1926 USA, New York: Harcourt - HB with DW - 327pp - $2.50
  Introduction:Notes on spelling etc by NMM plus map of 5th C. BC Greece (pp.iv-vi)
  Dedication:"To my Lover." plus a dedication in Greek
 
  WC 1927 ENGLAND, London: Royal National Institute for the Blind - in 3-vols of Braille under the title of -
⠠⠉⠇⠳⠙   ⠠⠉⠥⠉⠅⠕⠕   ⠠⠇⠯
 
  VW 1967 ENGLAND, London: Hodder & Stoughton - HB with DW - 255pp - 21/-
  Notes: In the "Hodder & Stoughton Library of Great Historical Novels Chosen by Rosemary Sutcliff" series.
  Introduction:by Rosemary Sutcliff (pp.5-7)
  Dedication:"To my Lover."
 
  OL 2006 ENGLAND, Hebden Bridge (Yorks): Pomona Press- pb - ??pp - ??
 
  KB Jan 2011 SCOTLAND, Glasgow: Kennedy & Boyd - pb - 348pp - £14.95 ($22.50 in USA)
  Note:A print-on-demand edition in the "Naomi Mitchison Library" series
  Introduction:by Isobel Murray (pp i-xvii)
  Dedication:"To my Lover." plus a dedication in Greek (here sourced & translated)
 
  >>> see also the "In Translation" section for editions of this title in Swedish
 
A0260 Comments On Birth Control (pamphlet)
-- An extract has been published in the Sexology Uncensored anthology - see (E1676)
-- Extracts have been published in the Outspoken Women anthology - see (E1677)
 
  VW Apr 1930 ENGLAND, London: Faber - pb - 32pp - 1/-
  Note:Edition is "Criterion Miscellany - No.12" - The copy in the British Library has been re-bound as a hardback.
 
A0270 The Conquered (novel)
-- An extract also published as "The Preparation" (B1485)
-- An adaptation of this book was produced as a radio play (T3800)
-- For academic appraisals of this book see conference paper (H3850) and book chapter (H4050)
 
  VW Apr 1923 ENGLAND, London: Jonathan Cape - HB (DW not present) - 320pp - 7/6
  Note:also 2nd impression Apr 1926
  Introduction:by Ernest Barker (pp.5-8)
  Contents: Novel
Epilogue poem "Amor Mortis Conturbat Me" by J B S Haldane
Note on principal books used (p 320)
  Dedication:"To My Brother J B S Haldane."
  Reprints:2nd impression Apr 1926
Schools edition - Jun 1926 HB
"Travellers Library" edition - all HB - Mar 1927 (3/6), Jan 1930 (2/1), May 1930 and Apr 1931
"Florin Books" edition - May 1932 HB (2/-) - Jun 1938
"Uniform" edition - Apr 1933 HB (5/-)
 
  TX 1923 USA, New York: Harcourt Brace - HB with DW - 317pp - $2.00
  Illustration:Frontispiece map "Gallia at the time of Caesar"
  Reprints:5th printing 1935
 
  -- 1932 CANADA, Toronto: Nelson - ?? - ??pp - $0.60
 
  -- Feb 1948 ENGLAND, London: Jonathan Cape - ?? - ??pp - 6/-
  Note:Re-issue in small crown 8vo format
 
  XX Mar 1954 ENGLAND, London: Jonathan Cape - HB with DW - 320pp - 10/6
  Introduction:by Ernest Barker
  Reprints:1959, 1962, 1966 and 1968
 
  -- Oct 1958 ENGLAND, London: Landsborough - pb - ??pp - 2/6
  Note:Published under "Foursquare" imprint"
 
  -- 1963 USA, ?place: Dufour - ?? - ??pp - $3.95
 
  OL 2006 ENGLAND, Hebden Bridge (Yorks): Pomona Press- Hb&pb - ??pp - ??
 
  KB Aug 2009 SCOTLAND, Glasgow: Kennedy & Boyd - pb - 338pp - £14.95 ($22.50 in USA)
  Note:A print-on-demand edition in the "Naomi Mitchison Library" series
  Introduction:by Isobel Murray
 
  >>> see also the "In Translation" section for editions of this title in German
 
A0280 The Corn King and the Spring Queen (novel)
-- Retitled as The Barbarian for American publication (A0110)
-- Extracts from this book appear in Naomi Mitchison (A0680) and as separate stories ( B0295 and B0296)
-- Book was adapted as an opera by Brian Easdale called "The Corn King" (opera D2200)
-- See also the news item (X0500) for notice of the shortlisting of this title for the Femina Vie Heureuse Prize. The result was announced the next year - see (X0600)
-- For academic appraisals of this work see book chapter (H2850), academic paper (H2915) and thesis (H6300)
 
  VW May 1931 ENGLAND, London: Jonathan Cape - HB with DW - 720pp - 10/6
  Illustration:Z Stryjenska (internal) - 4 decorations from the Polish National Pavilion at the Paris Exhibition of 1926
  Introduction:Author's foreword (pp.11)
  Dedication:"To Mr. X who went to Outland in a small aeroplane on Wednesday week."
  Reprints:Jun 1931 (twice) - Aug 1931 - Feb 1932 - Nov 33 - Jan 1935 (at 7/6) - Jun 1935 - Jun 1939
 
  -- 1931 USA, New York: Harcourt Brace & Co - HB - 721pp - $3.75
 
  -- 1949 CANADA, Toronto: Clarke, Irwin & Co - ?? - ??pp - $3.25
 
  -- Nov 1949 ENGLAND, London: Jonathan Cape - HB with ?DW - 720pp - 15/-
 
  VW 1960 ENGLAND, London: Jonathan Cape - HB with ?DW - 720pp - 25/-
  Note:Appears to be a reprint of a 1949 re-issue
  Illustration:Charles Mozley (DW) - no internal illustrations
  Introduction:As 1931 edition
  Dedication:"To Mr. X who went to Outland in a small aeroplane on Wednesday week."
 
  -- 1972 USA, St.Clair Shores (MI): Scholarly Press - HB - 720pp - $34.50
 
  VW Sep 1983 ENGLAND, London: Virago - pb - 720pp - £4.95
  Note:In the "Virago Modern Classics" series
  Illustration:Samuel Palmer (cover)
  Introduction:As 1931 edition - new author's afterword (pp.721-722)
  Dedication:"To Mr. X who went to Outland in a small aeroplane on Wednesday week."
 
  IS 1989 USA, New York: Soho Press - pb - 720pp - $17.00
  Illustration:Cover by Gustav Klimt
  Reprints:1994 and Jul 2003
 
  OL Aug 1990 USA, ???: Penguin Group - HB - ??pp - ??
  Illustration:Cover by Gustav Klimt
 
  VW 1990 SCOTLAND, Edinburgh: Canongate - pb - 654pp - £6.95
  Introduction:New introduction by NMM for this edition (pp.vii-x) and an author's foreword pp.xi.
  Dedication:"To Mr. X who went to Outland in a small aeroplane on Wednesday week."
  Contents: Includes family tree on pp.xii.
  Reprints:2001 and 2010
 
  IS Jul 1990 USA, Woodstock (NY): Overlook Press - HB&pb - 654pp - $24.95
  Illustration:Cover by Ed Atkeson
 
  >>> see also the "In Translation" section for editions of this title in German
 
---- Cousin James (early draft of an unpublished book)
-- See the news item "The Unknown Naomi Mitchison" here
 
A0290 A Danish Teapot (children's novel)
 
  VW 1973 ENGLAND, London: Kaye & Ward - HB with DW - 88pp - 62½p
  Note:No.21 in "Early Bird" series
  Illustration:Patricia Frost
  Dedication:"For Jake who specially liked the swallows' nests and the forest at Teglstrupgaard."
 
---- The Dark Twin
-- This book by Marion Campbell is listed online as co-authored with NMM, but no evidence of such a collaboration is forthcoming, although NMM did write an introduction - see here
 
A0300 The Delicate Fire: Short Stories and Poems (story & poetry collection)
-- Book states some previously appeared in "Time & Tide", "The London Mercury", "The Graphic " and "The Cornhill Magazine". Exact details not known.
 
  VW May 1933 ENGLAND, London: Jonathan Cape - HB with DW - 360pp - 7/6
  Contents: "Fragment from a Phaedra" (C0720)
"The Delicate Fire" (B0330)
"Homage to Milles" (C0930)
"Two Men at the Salmon Nets" (C2420)
"Aglaos in Olbia" (B0040)
"Lovely Mantinea Part I" (B1060)
"Antander and Nikippe" (B0060)
"The Wife of Aglaos" (B2100)
"Lovely Mantinea Part II" (B1070)
"The Bonny Brae" (C0230)
"Ars Amoris - Remedia Amoris" (C0080)
"The Poor Relation and the Secretary" (B1470)
"Since There's No Help" (C1960)
"Romantic Event" (B1580)
"Olympia - Rome - London" (C1540)
"Plowing Eve" (C1690)
"Spring" (B1760)
"Quiet the Clock" (C1820)
"The Historian and the Individuals" (C0910)
"Sketch for a Slave Market" (B1690)
"The Witnesses" (B2130)
"Sketch for a Rising of Serfs" (B1680)
"Remembering 1926" (C1870)
  Reprints: Also 2nd impression Jun 1933 and 3rd impression Jul 1933
"Uniform" edition May 1933 (5/-) and 1939
 
  -- 1933 USA, New York: Harcourt - HB with DW - 360pp - $2.50
 
  CM Oct 1939 ENGLAND, London: Jonathan Cape - HB with DW - 360pp - 5/-
  Note:As 1933 edition but in "The Collected Works of Naomi Mitchison"
 
  -- 1971 USA, ?place: Books for Libraries - ?? - ??pp - $11.50
  Note:Reprint of the 1933 edition
 
  KB Jul 2012 SCOTLAND, Glasgow: Kennedy & Boyd - pb - 374pp - £14.95 ($25.00 in USA)
  Note:A print-on-demand edition in the "Naomi Mitchison Library" series
  Introduction: by Isobel Murray
 
A0310 Don't Look Back (children's novel)
-- Sequel to The Big Surprise (A0170)
 
  VW Jun 1969 ENGLAND, London: Kaye & Ward - HB with DW - 88pp - 9/-
  Note:No.11 in "Early Bird" series
  Illustration:Laszlo B Acf
  Dedication:"For Mary and the Other Mary, with Love"
  Reprint: 1979 (with illustrated boards at £1.90)
 
  OL ???? ENGLAND, Littlehampton: Littlehampton Book Services - HB with ?DW - ??pp - price ??
  Note:The firm produces library bindings for books published elsewhere.
 
A0320 Early In Orcadia (novel)
-- For a student guide to this book see (H3250)
 
  VW Feb 1987 SCOTLAND, Glasgow: Richard Drew - HB with DW /pb - 176pp - £9.95/£3.95
  Illustration:Jane Glue (DW)
  Introduction:Author's foreword (pp.5-8)
 
  OL Jul 2000 SCOTLAND, Colonsay(Argyll): House of Lochar - pb - 176pp - £6.99
  Illustration:Cover by Andrew Fisher
 
A0330 An End and A Beginning and Other Plays (play collection)
-- Re-issued in 1939 as Historical Plays for Schools in two volumes (books A0460 - A0470)
 
  VW Nov 1937 ENGLAND, London: Constable - HB (DW not present) - 176pp - 5/-
  Dedication:"To Eileen Power .... " (a long dedicatory piece)
  Contents: "The City and the Citizens" (D0070)
"For This Man is a Roman" (D0120)
"In the Time of Constantine" (D0160)
"Wild Men Invade the Roman Empire" (D0260)
"Charlemagne and his Court" (D0060)
"The Thing that is Plain" (D0250)
"Cortez in Mexico" (D0090)
"Akbar" (D0010)
"But Still it Moves" (D0050)
"The New Calendar" (D0190)
"American Britons" (D0020)
"An End and a Beginning" (D0110)
  Notes:Many of these plays had been broadcast as radio dramas for schools - see individual plays for details.
 
  -- 1937?? CANADA, Toronto: Macmillan - ?? - ??pp - $1.65
 
A0335 Essays and Journalism Volume 2 - Carradale (non-fiction collection edited by Moira Burgess)
-- No.2 in the projected 7-volume print-on-demand edition of Essays & Journalism, part of the overall "Naomi Mitchison Library".
 
  KB Nov 2009 SCOTLAND, Glasgow: Kennedy & Boyd - pb - 434pp - £16.95 ($30.00 in USA)
  Illustration: Photographs
  Contents:Introduction by Moira Burgess
-- Part I: Kintyre (1)
"On the Edge of the Highlands" (E5825)
"Kintyre News" (E4400)
"Lovely, Long Kintyre" (E4820)
"In Sight of the Sea" (E4145)
"Wartime at Carradale" (E8075)
-- Part II: The Village and the Big House
"Village Play-Making" (E7970)
"What to do with the Big House" (E8390)
"Garden Fete" (E3110)
"Christmas at the Big House" (E1565)
"Highland Funeral" (E3605)
"Platform Party" (E6230)
"Living in Scotland Today" (E4700)
"Pigeon Shoot" (E6140)
"The Garden Opening" (E3140)
"Weather" (E8135)
"Hogmanay in a Fishing Village" (E3725)
"The Farmers' Dance" (E2705)
"Mistress Jean and I" (E5180)
"Life Begins at Balloch" (E4625)
"On the Council" (E5810)
"Does This Make Sense ?" (E2225)
"Planning a Kitchen Complex" (E6200)
"Caravans to Carradale" (E1325)
"Carradale Catch" (E1340)
-- Part III: The Farm
"A Small Farmer Looks at Her Farm" (E6905)
"The End is the Beginning" (E2495)
"Down on the Farm" (E2300)
"Marginal Land (1)" (E4940)
"My Farming and My Neighbours" (E5390)
"Marginal Land Harvest" (E5000)
"Marginal Land Crop" (E4970)
"Philip Ram" (E6110)
"Marginal Land: Second Year" (E5030)
"Marginal Land: Sowing Out" (E5045)
"My Weeds" (E5465)
"Marginal Land (2)" (E4955)
"Marginal Land: Hay Crop" (E5015)
"Marginal Field" (E4925)
"Threshing" (E7370)
"The Year of the Late Harvest" (E8810)
"A Binder of One's Own" (E1025)
"I'll Never Forget" (E4010)
"Sheneval" (E6830)
"Harvesting in Kintyre" (E3485)
"Trials and Rewards of Becoming Attested" (E7580)
"Mild Winter" (E5165)
"Wet July" (E8225)
"Visitor" (E8000)
"Leaning on a Gate" (E4520)
"Maggots and Potatoes" (E4865)
"Thoughts on Growing Grass" (E7340)
"The Year of the Good Hay" (E8795)
"Cautionary Story" (E1415)
"A Year's Work Done" (E8825)
"The Big Mill" (E1010)
"Think of a Number" (E7295)
"The Cow and the Calf" (E1745)
"Rough Weather" (E6590)
"The Buck Rake" (E1220)
"The Price of a Binder" (E6335)
"Threshing in Carradale" (E7385)
"Summer Work" (E7205)
"Beating the Rain" (E0890)
"Lambs for the Fair" (E4445)
"Cattle Sales at Oban" (E1400)
"Building a Haystack" (E1235)
"The Weather and the Crops" (E8150)
"The Calves" (E1265)
"The Threshing Team" (E7400)
"Science and the Small Farmer" (E6710)
"The Sales" (E6635)
"Namely Lambs at Tarbert Sale" (E5495)
"The New Shed" (E5585)
"Happiness on the Farm" (E3425)
"The Fortunate Isles" (E2960)
"The Deadly Bracken" (E2030)
"The Day I Took a Fellow Tribesman to Tarbert Fair" (E1985)
"Skills and Changes" (E6890)
"No More Porridge" (E5660)
-- Part IV: The Fishing
"Herring Country" (E3545)
"Bringing Home te New Boat" (E1145)
"Spindrift at the Citizens' " (E7055)
"Winter Fishing" (E8600)
"A Lean Harvest" (E4505)
"The Crafty Darlings" (E1760
"Twelve Mile Limit" (E7760)
"Carradale Harbour Opened" (E1355)
"The Old Canal" (E5765)
-- Part V: The Garden
"The Gale" (E3095)
"Highland Water Garden" (E3665)
"The Golden Year" (E3245)
"Winds and Seedlings" (E8555)
"A Garden in Argyll" (E3125)
-- Part VI: Kintyre (2)
"The Tinkers and Their Language" (E7445)
"The Haldanes in Kintyre" (E3365)
"Rural Reconstuction" (E6605)
Title Index, Sources, and Index
 
A0340 The Fairy Who Couldn't Tell A Lie (children's novel)
 
  VW 1963 ENGLAND, London: Collins - HB with DW - 128pp - 13/6
  Illustration:Jane Paton (DW & internal)
  Dedication:"To the other Clare and the other Sam of course."
 
  -- 1933 CANADA, Don Mills, ONT: Learning Concepts Ltd - ?? - ??pp - $3.00
 
A0350 The Family At Ditlabeng (children's novel)
-- Extracts published as "The Kid" (B089) and, in an altered form, as "Modise and the Donkeys" (B118)
 
  VW 1969 ENGLAND, London: Collins - HB with DW - 128pp - 15/-
  Illustration:Joanna Stubbs
  Introduction: Author's note (pp.5-6)
  Dedication:"For the critics: Clare - Amanda - Kate and Tabby."
  Reprint:1973
 
  -- 1970 USA, New York: Farrar Straus - HB - 144pp - ??
 
  >>> see also the "In Translation" section for editions of this title in Danish
 
A0360 The Far Harbour: A Novel For Girls and Boys (children's novel)
 
  VW Sep 1957 ENGLAND, London: Collins - HB with DW - 191pp - 10/6
  Illustration:Martin Thomas
  Introduction:Author's note "Where it Happened" (pp.7-11)
 
  -- 1957 CANADA,Toronto: ??Collins - p?? - ??pp - $2.25
 
  NL 1969 ENGLAND, London: Collins - HB with DW - pp 191 - 10/6
  Note: Published in the "Evergreen Library" series
 
A0370 A Fishing Village on the Clyde (local history - Co-author G W Lennox Paterson)
 
  VW Dec 1960 ENGLAND, Oxford: OUP - pb - 32pp - 2/-
  Reprint:1963 and 1968
  Illustration:G W Lennox Paterson
 
A0380 Five Men and A Swan: Scottish Tales and Verse (story & poetry collection)
-- "English Catalogue" has publication date as 9 Jan 1958
-- Book states some appeared previously in "Scots Magazine", "The Saltire Review". "Scotland's Magazine" and "Lines Review"
 
  VW 1957 ENGLAND, London: George Allen & Unwin - HB with DW - 160pp - 12/6
  Notes: English Catlogue of Books give publication as 9 Jan 1958
Subtitle on DW only is "Scottish Tales and Verse"
  Illustration:Pauline Baynes (DW)
  Contents: "The Christening of the Fishing Boat" (C0390)
"Aud the Deep Minded" (B0090)
"Farm Labour" (C0600)
"A Story of St. Magnus" (B1810)
"Slack Fishing" (C2000)
"The Hunting of Ian Og" (B0730)
"Carradale Poacher's Song" (song C0320)
"A Burgess of Irvine" (B0210)
"Bad Harvest" (C0150)
"Occasion for Prayer" (B1290)
"The Lennoxlove Mirror" (C1150)
"In the 'Plane" (B0810)
"Friendship" (C0740)
"Five Men and a Swan" (B0460)
"Carradale Bay" (C0310)
"On an Island" (B1320)
"Strathearn" (C2170)
"Round with the Boats" (B1590)
"The Plash Net" (song C1680)
"The Way it Worked Out" (B2050)
"Carradale Weather" (C0330)
"The Castle" (B0240)
"The Fishermen's Bus" (song C0640)
"The Teeth" (B1860)
"The Broken Promise" (C0250)
"In the Family" (B0800)
"Ceilidh" (C0350)
 
A0390 The Fourth Pig (story & poetry collection)
-- The collection is of "Fairy Stories and Verses"
-- Book states some appeared in "New Statesman & Nation" and "Time and Tide"
 
  VW Jun 1936 ENGLAND, London: Constable - HB with DW - 289pp - 7/6
  Illustration:Gertrude Hermes
  Contents: "The Fourth Pig" (B0490)
"Omen of the Enemy" (C1550)
"Frogs and Panthers" (B0500)
"The Furies dance in New York" (C0770)
"Grand-daughter" (B0600)
"The Fancy Pig" (C0590)
"The Snow Maiden" (B1700)
"Hansel and Gretel" (B0640)
"Birmingham and the Allies" (C0190)
"Soria Moria Castle" (B1750)
"Kate Crackernuts" (D0170)
"Adventures in the Debateable Land" (B0020)
"Mairi MacLean and the Fairy Man" (C1270)
"The Little Mermaiden" (B1010)
"Pause in the Corrida" (C1630)
"Brünnhilde's Journey down the Rhine" (B0200)
"The Border Loving" (C0240)
"Mirk - Mirk Night" (B1150)
 
  OL Nov 2014 USA, Princeton,NJ: Princeton University Press - HB - 256pp
  Introduction:A new introduction by MarinaWarner
 
  >>> see also the "In Translation" section for versions of several stories from this collection in German
 
A0400 Friends and Enemies (children's novel)
 
  VW Aug 1966 ENGLAND, London: Collins - HB with DW - 160pp - 13/6
  Illustration:Jillian Willett (DW) Caroline Sassoon (internal)
  Introduction:Author's foreword (pp.9-10)
  Dedication:"To my friends - among teachers and pupils in Mochudi - and especially to Francis Phirie - Educational Secretary to the Bakgatla."
 
  VW 1968 USA, New York: The John Day Co - HB with DW - 192pp - $3.95
  Illustration:Caroline Sassoon
  Introduction:Author's foreword (p 9 & p 13)
  Dedication:"To my friends - among teachers and pupils in Mochudi - and especially to Francis Phirie - Educational Secretary to the Bakgatla."
  Reprints:2nd impression ?date
 
A0403 Friends and Kindred: Memoirs of Louisa Kathleen Haldane (collection edited by NMM)
 
  KB Jul 2009 SCOTLAND, Glasgow: Kennedy & Boyd - pb - 266pp - £14.95 ($24.95 in USA)
  Note:A print-on-demand edition in the "Naomi Mitchison Library" series
  Note:a collection of her mother's writings and memoirs, edited by NMM
 
A0405 General Election 1945: Parliamentary Division of Kettering: Women of the Kettering Division (pamphlet)
 
  TW Jun 1945 ENGLAND, Kettering: Constituency Labour Party - pb - 2pp
  Illustration:Photograph of NMM
 
A0410 A Girl Must Live Stories and Poems (story & poetry collection)
 
  RR Sep 1990 SCOTLAND, Glasgow: Richard Drew - HB with DW - 253pp - £12.95
  Illustration:Dust Jacket by Gillian Hunter
  Introduction:"Tell Me Another Story" by Isobel Murray (p9-19)
  Contents: "A Girl Must Live" (B0520)
"Nagli's First Princess" (B1230)
"Call Me" (B0230)
"Endangered Species" (B0380)
"Out of the West" (B1420)
"The Son's Story" (B1740)
"Telling to the Master" (B1870)
"Nobody Likes A Refugee" (B1260)
"The Money They Must Have Spent" (B1190)
"The Death of a Peculiar Boar" (B0320)
"If a Thing Can Be Done Once" (B0740)
"A Little Old Lady" (B1020)
"A Matter of Behaviour" (B1120)
"Thirty Pieces" (B1910)
"The Child Jason is Brought to Chiron" (C0370)
"Valley of the Kings" (C2480)
"Siren Night" (C1980)
"London Burning" (C1220)
"Comfort" (C0420)
"The Talking Oats" (C2210)
"Buganda History" (C0270)
"Absence of Indians" (C0010)
"Mary and Joe" (B1100)
"Take-over" (B1850)
"Far from Millicentral Station" (B0410)
"Miss Omega Raven" (B1160)
"The Factory" (B0400)
"Like it Was" (B0970)
"After the Accident" (B0030)
"Out of the Deeps" (B1390)
"The Valley of Bushes" (B2000)
"Somewhere Else" (B1730)
"Conversation With an Improbable Future" (B0290)
"What Kind of Lesson ?" (B2070)
"One Couldn't Tell the Papers" (B1340)
"Rat-World" (B1510)
 
  >>> see also the "In Translation" section for versions of several stories from this collection in German
 
A0420 Graeme and the Dragon (episodic children's novel)
-- Seven of the nine stories that make up this book were written for BBC "Children's Hour" - see (T2550-T3250)
-- They were not broadcast in the same order as they appear in the book.
-- Some episodes were broadcast under slightly different titles than appear in the book.
 
  VW Sep 1954 ENGLAND, London: Faber & Faber - HB with DW - 122pp - 9/6
  Illustration:Pauline Baynes
  Dedication:"For the other Graeme and his family."
  Contents:Text of book pp.11-122
 
  -- 1954 USA, ?place: British Book Service - ?? - ??pp - $2.00
 
  CM 1970 ENGLAND, Birmingham: C Combridge - HB with DW - 122pp - 18/- & 0.90
  Illustration:Pauline Baynes
 
A0430 Henny and Crispies (episodic children's novel)
 
  VW Summer 1964 NEW ZEALAND, Wellington: NZ Dept of Education - pb - 47pp - ??
  Note:School Journal - Part 4 - Summer 64
  Illustration:Nigel Lambourne
 
---- Hide and Seek (revised draft of an unpublished book)
See the news item "The Unknown Naomi Mitchison" here
 
A0440 Highland Holiday (episodic children's novel)
 
  VW 1967 NEW ZEALAND, Wellington: NZ Dept of Education - pb - 39pp - ??
  Illustration:photographs by John K Wilkie
 
A0450 Highlands and Islands (policy document)
-- "A proposal for the development of the Scottish Highlands and Islands"
 
  VW 1956 SCOTLAND, Glasgow: Unity Pub Co - pb - 55pp - ??
 
A0460 Historical Plays For Schools - Series I (play collection)
-- Re-issue of first half of An End and a Beginning (A0330). See also book A0470 for second half.
-- Book states "These plays and interludes were all produced in some form by the BBC mostly as illustrations for the afternoon "Schools Talks"
 
  BL 1939 ENGLAND, London: Constable - pb - 98pp - ??
  Note:Possibly also issued by the Macmillan Co of Canada
  Contents: "The City and the Citizens" (D0070)
"For This Man is a Roman" (D0120)
"In the Time of Constantine" (D0160)
"Wild Men Invade the Roman Empire" (D0260)
"Charlemagne and his Court" (D0060)
"The Thing that is Plain" (D0250)
 
A0470 Historical Plays For Schools - Series II (play collection)
-- Re-issue of second half of An End and a Beginning (A0330) . See also book A0460 for second half.
-- Book states "These plays and interludes were all produced in some form by the BBC mostly as illustrations for the afternoon "Schools Talks"
 
  BL 1939 ENGLAND, London: Constable - pb - pp.99-176 - ??
  Note:Possibly also issued by the Macmillan Co of Canada
  Contents: "Cortez in Mexico" (D0090)
"Akbar" (D0010)
"But Still it Moves" (D0050)
"The New Calendar" (D0190)
"American Britons" (D0020)
"An End and a Beginning" (D0110)
 
A0480 The Home and a Changing Civilisation (current affairs)
-- An extract has been published in a critical literary anthology - see E3755
-- Extracts have been published in the Outspoken Women anthology - see (E3757)
 
  CM Jul 1934 ENGLAND, London: Lane - HB with DW (but not seen) - 160pp - 2/6
 Notes: In "The Twentieth Century Library" series - general editor V K Krishna Menon
  Dedication:"To G.R.M. because alone mostly forbearing ownership."
  Contents: book plus bibliography and index (pp.161-169)
 
A0490 The Hostages and Other Stories For Boys and Girls (story collection)
 
  VW Oct 1930 ENGLAND, London: Jonathan Cape - HB with DW - 352pp - 7/6
  Illustration:Logi Southby
  Contents: Author's foreword (pp.7-8)
All stories have (lengthy) introductions by the author
"Nuts in May" (B1270)
"The Hostages" (B0720)
"A Little Girl Lost" (B1000)
"Cottia Went to Bibracte" (B0300)
"Quintus Getting Well" (B1500)
"Maiden Castle" (B1080)
"In Patria Potestate" (B0790)
"Bread and Water" (B0190)
"The First Breaking of England" (B0440)
 
  -- 1931 USA, New York: Harcourt - ?? - 332pp - $2.50
 
  VW 1964 ENGLAND, London: Max Parrish - HB with DW - 188pp - 13/6
  Illustration:Shirley Farrow (DW) - Logi Southby (internal)
  Contents: As 1930 Cape edition - but omitting the last two items - (stories B0190 and B0440)
 
  -- 1964 CANADA, Toronto: Clarke, Irwin & Co - ?? - ??pp - $3.25 - DW ??
 
A0500 Images of Africa (story collection)
-- An extract from this book, differing from the story herein of the same name, appears as "Images of Botswana" (B0780) .
 
  VW May 1980 SCOTLAND, Edinburgh: Canongate - HB with DW - 139pp - £5.95
  Illustration:James Hutcheson
  Contents: Author's foreword (p iii)
"Images of Botswana" (B0770)
"There Here Then Now" (B1890)
"The Hill Behind" (B0690)
"The Half-Person and the Scarlet Bird" (B0630)
"Above the Whirlwind" (B0010)
"The Coming of the New God" (B0280)
"Out of Dark into Dark" (B1370)
"The Finger" (B0430)
"Out of School" (B1380)
"Father and Son" (B0420)
"The Order of Earth" (B1350)
"To Deal with Witches" (B1920)
 
  -- 1980? ENGLAND, London: Royal National Institute for the Blind - published in 2 vols in Braille
 
  -- 1982 ENGLAND, London: Royal National Institute for the Blind
"Talking book no.3879" - read by Robin Holmes - playing time 5h.4m
 
  IM 1986 SOUTH AFRICA, Johannesburg: Lowry Publishers - pb - 139pp - price ??.??
  Contents: As 1980 Canongate edition
 
  VW 1988 ENGLAND, London: Grafton - pb - 139pp - £3.95
  Note:Published under the Paladin imprint
  Illustration:James Hutcheson
  Contents: As 1980 Canongate edition
 
  >>> see also the "In Translation" section for editions of this complete collection in German
and also for versions of several stories from this collection in German
 
A0510 Judy and Lakshmi (novel)
 
  CM Mar 1959 ENGLAND, London: Collins - HB with DW - 160pp - 10/6
  Illustration:Jacket design and internal illustrations by Avinash Chandra
  Dedication:"For my grandchildren and their friends and neighbours in Madras and most of all for "Papu"."
 
  -- 1974 ENGLAND, Bath: Chivers - ?? - 160pp - £2.00 (£1.50 to members of the Library Association)
 
  >>> see also the "In Translation" section for editions of this title in German, Hindi, Malayalam, Oriya , Tamil , & Telugu
 
A0520 Karensgaard: The Story of a Danish Farm (children's novel)
 
  VW 1961 ENGLAND, London: Collins - HB with DW - 192pp - 12/6
  Illustration:Photographs.
  Afterword: "Something about the pictures" (pp 190-192)
  Dedication:"For Bolette and Birgitte."
 
  -- 1961 CANADA, Don Mills, ONT: Learning Concepts Ltd - ?? - ??pp - $2.50
 
A0530 Kate Crackernuts: A Fairy Play (play)
 
  -- 1931 ENGLAND, Oxford: Aldan Press - ?? - ??pp - 3/6
  Note:The following information is from a photocopy of the playbill. This edition was limited to 300 copies and signed by the author.
  Contents: "Kate Crackernuts" (D0170)
 
A0540 Ketse and the Chief (novel)
 
  VW Nov 1965 ENGLAND, London: Thomas Nelson & Sons (Salamander Books) - HB - 60pp - 5/6
  Illustration:Illustrated boards and interior illustrations by Christine Bloomer.
 
  -- 1967 USA, New York: Thomas Nelson - HB - 60pp - $2.50
 
A0550 The Kingdom of Heaven (personal belief)
 
  VW Apr 1939 ENGLAND, London: Heinemann - HB (DW not present) - 157pp - 5/-
  Note:No.6 in a series entitled "I Believe"
  Introduction: Preface by R Ellis Roberts (p v-vi)
The Argument (p vii-ix)
 
  -- 19?? USA, ?place: Ryerson Press - ?? - ??pp - $1.50
  Note:Check date in "American Catalogue" - probably 1934
 
A0560 The Laburnum Branch: Poems (poetry collection)
-- Book states some appeared before in "The Westminster", "The Weekly Westminster", "The London Mercury", "The Strathearn Herald ", "The Cambridge Magazine ", "Oxford Poetry (1916) ", "The New Statesman" and "The Varsity". Exact details not known.
 
  VW Jul 1926 ENGLAND, London: Jonathan Cape - HB with DW - 112pp - 5/-
  Dedication:1st poem is "Dedication: To Margery and Dominick Spring-Rice"
  Contents: "Dedication: To Margery and Dominick Spring-Rice" (C0490)
"Savernake Forest" (C1930)
" 'My True Love Hath My Heart' " (C1400)
"For Coisha" (C0680)
"The Camp in the Orchard" (C0300)
" 'Give Peace in Our Time - O Lord' " (C0810)
"A History Lesson with Crystal" (C0920)
" 'Here's a Couple to Marry in Joy' " (C0880)
"Postscript to a Conversation" (C1730)
"Liz" (C1170)
"In Hammersmith" (C0970)
"Woman at a Party" (C2630)
"Four Platonists in a Moonshine" (C0710)
" 'When You are Unhappy' " (C2540)
"Don Citroën" (C0510)
"Stella Benson" (C2130)
"Mrs. Haldane of Cloan" (C1380)
"Birth Poem" (C0200)
"Countries and Seasons" (C0450)
"Gaul" (C0800)
"Sarajevo" (C1920)
"France to Tunisia" (C0730)
"Italy Again" (C1040)
"Ravenna" (C1850)
"Across Europe" (C0020)
"Scotland" (C1940)
"Ireland" (C1030)
"London" (C1200)
"Swimming in the Thames - off Hammersmith - with Isobel Powys" (C2200)
"Two More French Towns" (C2430)
"Spain" (C2070)
"Winchester" (C2600)
"The Reid Hackle" (song C1860)
"The Widow" (C2560)
"Green Boughs" (C0850)
"In London" (C0980)
" 'We Have Not Quarrelled with the German People' - Pres. Wilson" (C2520)
"Lament" (C1120)
"Spring 1918" (C2100)
"The Road to Rome" (C1890)
"Ainorix in the Market" (C0040)
"Barbarians in Rome" (C0180)
"The Stranger in the Temple" (C2160)
"The Torches of Mithras" (C2360)
"Vercingetorix in Alesia" (C2500)
"An Arvernian Loks at the Sacred Mountain and Remembers Vercingetorix" (C0090)
"Sitting Out" (C1990)
"The Proposal" (C1780)
"Autumn" (C0130)
"Storm at Night" (C2150)
"Prothalamion" (C1790)
"Torquata Parvula" (C2370)
"On Taking a T'ang Horse from Hammersmith to the City" (C1580)
"The Poor Bride" (C1720)
"Forbidden" (C0700)
"Two Men and a Girl" (C2410)
"Intolerance" (C1020)
"The Leader" (C1130)
"Peace" (C1650)
"Three Lambs" (C2260)
"Too Late" (C2350)
"Somewhere in My Mind" (C2010)
"The Gardens" (C0780)
"The Mirror and the Clock" (C1360)
"Time" (C2280)
"I Have Gotten Clay" (C0960)
"Song of the Guard on the Snow-Line" (song C2030)
"Garry Fairies" (C0790)
"Sunday Morning" (C2190)
"Magic of Things" (C1260)
 
  TX 1926 USA, New York: Harcourt - HB with DW - 112pp - $1.75
  Contents: As 1926 Cape edition
 
A0570 The Land the Ravens Found (novel)
-- For an academic discussion of this book see H4280
 
  VW Aug 1955 ENGLAND, London: Collins - HB with DW - 192pp - 8/6
  Illustration:Brian Allderidge
  Dedication:"To the Carradale Fishing Fleet."
  Reprints:1956, 1960 (price 10/6) and 1964
 
  -- 1955 CANADA, Don Mills, ONT: Learning Concepts Ltd - pb - 199pp - $2.00
  Illustration:1971 ed. has wrap-around cover & illustrations by D A Kletke
  Note:This is a student edition and includes notes and questions.
  Reprint:1971
 
  CM Jun 1968 ENGLAND, Leicester: Brockhampton - pb - 192pp - 5/-
  Note:Published under the "Black Knight" imprint
  Contents: Novel pp9-187 - plus postcript & notes on characters pp188-192
 
A0580 A Life For Africa: The Story of Bram Fischer (biography)
 
  VW 1973 ENGLAND, London: Merlin - HB & pb - 190pp - £1.25 & £0.80
  Note:"American Catalogue" gives original publication price as £1.25
  Dedication: "To the Afrikaner Nation I dedicate this book on one of the noblest of her sons."
 
  -- 1973 USA, Boston: Carrier Pigeon - ?? - ??pp - price ??
 
A0590 Little Boxes (novel)
 
  VW Nov 1956 ENGLAND, London: Faber & Faber - HB with DW - 80pp - 9/6
  Illustration:Louise Annand
  Dedication:"For the Other Sally - the Other Colin - and the Other Ann."
 
  -- 1956 USA, ?place: British Book Services - ?? - ??pp - $2.00
 
A0610 Lobsters on the Agenda (novel)
-- For an academic appraisal of this book see Mitchison's Ghosts (H4000)
 
  VW May 1952 ENGLAND, London: Gollancz - HB with DW - 254pp - 12/6
  Dedication:"To the memory of Jack Reid of Kinlochleven . . . " (a long dedicatory piece)
 
  -- 1952 CANADA,Toronto: Longmans - ?? - ??pp - $2.50
 
  -- May 1954 ENGLAND, London: Gollancz - ?? - ??pp - 2/6
 
  OL 1997 SCOTLAND, Colonsay(Argyll): House of Lochar - pb - 254pp - £9.99
  Introduction:A 10 pp article by Isobel Murray
 
A0620 Margaret Cole 1893-1980 (biography - co-authored with Betty Vernon, John Vernon and John Saville)
 
  OL 1982 ENGLAND, London: Fabian Society (Fabian Tract #482) - pb - 19pp - price £1.50
 Notes: Betty Vernon is listed on the cover as editor - but all 4 co-authors signed the foreword, and no section of the pamphlet is credited to any individual.
Another book published in London in 1986, as by Betty Vernon alone has 227pp - so is a full book, rather than a reprint of this pamphlet.
 
A0630 Memoirs of a Spacewoman (novel)
-- See an academic work in Italian discussing this book, and also the academic articles - in English - H3950; H4035 and H4765
-- See also an academic thesis (H7350).
 
  CM Aug 1962 ENGLAND, London: Gollancz - HB with DW - 176pp - 15/-
  Dedication:"To Anne McLaren."
  Reprints: 2nd impression Oct 1962 - 3rd impression Jan 1963
 
  -- 1962 CANADA,Toronto: Doubleday - ?? - ??pp - $3.00
 
  VW 1963 ENGLAND, London: The Science Fiction Book Club - HB (DW not present) - 176pp - ?price
 
  RR 1964 ENGLAND, London: NEL Foursquare - pb - 190pp - 3/6
  Dedication:"To Anne McLaren."
  Illustration:Cover by R S Lonati
 
  VW Jun 1973 USA, New York: Berkley Medallion - pb - 176pp - $0.75
  Illustration:Cover by Vincent di Fate
  Dedication:"To Anne McLaren."
 
  VW Jun 1976 ENGLAND, London: NEL - HB with DW - 160pp - £3.50
  Note:In the "SF Master" series
  Introduction:by Hilary Rubinstein (pp.5-13)
  Dedication:"To Anne McLaren."
 
  NM Apr 1977 ENGLAND, London: NEL - pb - 160pp - £0.70
  Note:In the "SF Master" series
  Introduction:by Hilary Rubinstein (pp.5-13)
  Cover: by Tim White
 
  VW Oct 1985 ENGLAND, London: The Women's Press - pb - 160pp - £1.95
  Illustration:Cover by Miss Moss
  Dedication:"To Anne McLaren."
 
  KB Feb 2005 SCOTLAND, Glasgow: Kennedy & Boyd - pb - 192pp - £12.95 ($19.95 in USA) - 106pp
  Note:A print-on-demand edition in the "Naomi Mitchison Library" series
  Introduction:by Isobel Murray
 
  >>> see also the "In Translation" section for editions of this title in Dutch, French, German, Spanish,
& 2 editions in Italian, and also for an extract in German
 
A0640 Men and Herring: A Documentary (factual - Co-author Denis Macintosh)
 
  VW Nov 1949 SCOTLAND, Edinburgh: Serif - HB with DW - 122pp - 7/6
  Illustration:2 photographs, uncredited
  Introduction:Authors' foreword (pp.5)
 
A0650 A Mochudi Family (novel)
 
  VW 1965 NEW ZEALAND, Wellington: NZ Dept of Education - pb - 32pp - price ??
  Illustration:Stephen John
 
A0660 The Moral Basis of Politics (ethics)
-- An extract has been published as "The Moral Idea and the Political Vision" - see E5240
 
  VW Feb 1938 ENGLAND, London: Constable - HB with DW - 376pp - 8/6
  Introduction:Author's foreword (vii-xiv) . Also contains index (pp.367-376)
  Dedication:"In memory of my father John Scott Haldane . . . " (a long dedicatory piece)
 
  -- 1971 USA, Port Washington (NY): Kennikat - HB - 375pp - ??$13.50
  Note:A "reprint of the 1938 edition"
 
A0670 Mucking Around: Five Continents Over Fifty Years
-- Extract published as "Indian Friends and Places" (E4235)
-- For an academic discussion of this book see essay (H4754) by Helen Lloyd
 
  CM May 1981 ENGLAND, London: Gollancz - HB with DW - 147pp - £7.50
  Illustration:Internal photos
  Introduction:Author's note (pp.9)
 
  -- 1983 ENGLAND, London: Royal National Institute for the Blind
"Talking book no.4052" - read by Judith Whale - playing time 5h.55m
 
A0680 Naomi Mitchison (autobiographical pamphlet)
-- A folded 8 page pamphlet with a short biography/autobiography and excerpt from The Corn King and the Spring Queen (A0280)
-- This differs from following item (A0690)
 
  VW 1981 ENGLAND, London: National Book League - pb - 8pp - ? price
  Note:No 16 in the "Writers in Brief" series
 
A0690 Naomi Mitchison (autobiographical booklet)
-- This differs from the preceding item (A0680)
 
  VW Oct 1986 SCOTLAND, Edinburgh: Saltire - pb - 34pp - £2.25
  Note:No 2 in the "Saltire Self-Portraits"
 
A0700 Naomi Mitchison's Vienna Diary (diary)
-- Diary entries for the period Feb 23rd 1934 to April 10th 1934.
-- The article "Help for the Victims" (E3526) is possibly an extract from this book.
 
  VW Jun 1934 ENGLAND, London: Gollancz - HB (DW not present) - 287pp - 5/-
 
  TX 1934 USA, New York: Harrison Smith & Robert Haas - HB with DW - 112pp - $2.00
  Introduction:Foreword by NMM (pp.vii-x)
 
  -- 1934 USA, ?place: McLeod - ?? - ??pp - $2.25
 
  -- 1934 USA,?place: Ryerson - ?? - ??pp - $1.50
 
  KB Aug 2009 SCOTLAND, Glasgow: Kennedy & Boyd - pb - 158pp - £14.95 ($22.50 in USA)
  Note:A print-on-demand edition in the "Naomi Mitchison Library" series
  Note:The title of this edition is Vienna Diary 1934.
 
  >>> see also the "In Translation" section for translations of extracts from this book in German
 
A0710 Naomi Mitchison - The Labour Candidate (election pamphlet)
-- Election address for Argyll County Council Elections in the Kinlochleven constituency. The Election was held on 20 Jun 1950
 
  TW Jun 1950 SCOTLAND, Kinlochleven: Lachlan MacColl (election agent) - pb - 4pp - free
  Illustration:Photograph of NMM
 
A0720 Nix-Nought-Nothing & Elfen Hill: Two Plays for Children
-- Plays are based on Joseph Jacob's book of fairy tales. See also the next book (A0730)
 
  VW Aug 1948 ENGLAND, London: Jonathan Cape - pb - 79pp - 3/6
  Dedication:"For Geoff 1918-1927."
  Contents: ??? Authors intro ???
"Nix-Nought-Nothing" (D0200)
"Elfen Hill" (D0100)
 
  -- 1948 CANADA, Toronto: Clarke, Irwin & Co- ?? - ??pp - $0.90
 
A0730 Nix-Nought-Nothing: Four Plays For Children (play collection)
-- Plays are based on Joseph Jacob's book of fairy tales. See also the previous book (A0720)
 
  VW Oct 1928 ENGLAND, London: Jonathan Cape - HB (DW not present) - 158pp - 7/6
  Dedication:"For Geoff 1918-1927." and a Greek phrase
  Contents: Author's foreword (pp.9)
"My Ain Sel' " (D0180)
"Nix-Nought-Nothing" (D0200)
"Hobyah! Hobyah!" (D0150)
"Elfen Hill" (D0100)
 
  -- 1929 USA, New York: Harcourt - ?? - 196pp - $2.00
 
A0740 Not by Bread Alone (novel)
 
  VW Feb 1983 ENGLAND, London: Marion Boyars - HB with DW - 167pp - £7.95
  Illustration:Jacket design by Beverly Ann Levy
  Introduction: Author's foreword (p.6)
  Dedication:"For Graeme and his dragons.
 
  CM 1983 USA, New York: Boyars - HB with DW - 167pp - $12.95
 
  -- 1984/85? ENGLAND, London: Royal National Institute for the Blind
"Talking book no.5140" - read by David Banks - playing time 6h.12m
 
A0750 The Oath-Takers (novel)
 
  VW 1991 SCOTLAND, Nairn: Balnain Books - pb - 176pp - £6.95
  Illustration:Barbara Robertson
  Note:This first edition was supported by a grant of £1000 fom the Arts Council (as reported in their Annual Report and Accounts)
 
  OL 19?? ENGLAND, London: Royal National Institute for the Blind
"Talking book no.10047" - read by Robin Browne - playing time 4h.58m
 
A0760 Oil for the Highlands ? (policy document)
 
  VW Jun 1974 ENGLAND, London: Fabian Society - pb - 32pp - £0.30
  Note:Fabian Research Series: 315
  Illustration:Cover design by Dick Leadbetter
 
A0770 Other People's Worlds (travelogue)
 
  VW Mar 1958 ENGLAND, London: Secker & Warburg - HB with DW - 160pp - 16/-
  Note:Subtitle - on DW only - is "Impressions of Ghana and Nigeria"
  Illustration:photographs
  Dedication:"To Ian Kipkerui Orchardson.
 
  -- 1958 USA, ?place: British Book Services - ?? -??pp - $3.50
 
A0780 An Outline for Boys and Girls and their Parents
-- Edited collection of essays on science, civilisation and values.
-- W H Auden's contribution, an essay "Writing, or the Pattern Between People", was reprinted in 1990 with a new foreword by NMM - see E2870
-- See also an academic work in Italian discussing this book.
 
  VW Oct 1932 ENGLAND, London: Gollancz - HB with DW - 916pp - 8/6
  Illustration:W M Kermode and Ista Bouncker
  Introduction:Editor's preface (pp.5-14)
  Contents: Preface - essays - index (pp.895-916)
  Note:Other contributors include G R Mitchison, W H Auden and Olaf Stapledon.
 
  -- May 1936 ENGLAND, London: Gollancz - ?? - ??pp - 5/-
 
  >>> see also the "In Translation" section for an edition of this title in Japanese
 
A0790 The Powers of Light (novel)
 
  VW Jul 1932 ENGLAND, London: Jonathan Cape (Pharos) - HB with DW - 63pp - 5/-
  Illustration:Eric Kennington
 
  -- 1932 USA, New York: Peter Smith - ?? - 63pp - $2.00
 
A0800 Presenting Other People's Children (factual)
 
  VW 1961 ENGLAND, London: Hamlyn - HB with DW - 96pp - 7/6
  Illustration:Photographs
 
A0810 The Price of Freedom: A Play in Three Acts (play - co-author L E Gielgud)
 
  VW Mar 1931 ENGLAND, London: Jonathan Cape - HB with DW - 158pp - 5/-
  Dedication:"In memory of Saunes Bairos."
  Contents: Authors' foreword (pp.7-10)
"The Price of Freedom" (D0210)
 
A0820 Re-Educating Scotland (edited booklet)
-- Co-edited with Robert Britton and George M Kilgour. Published "For the Scottish Convention"
 
  VW 1944 SCOTLAND, Glasgow: Scoop Books - pb - 47pp - price 6d
  Contents: Untitled and uncredited poem of 35 lines starting
"Bairns sit in our schools" (C0160)
Editorial preface (pp.5-6)
Book follows.
 
A0830 Return to the Fairy Hill (autobiography and poetry collection)
 
  VW Apr 1966 ENGLAND, London: Heinemann - HB with DW - 260pp - 35/-
  Illustration:Photos and map. Jacket design by Edward Tan
  Dedication:"In memory of Harriette Colenso and Dinizulu."
  Contents: Author's foreword (pp.1-3)
Autobiography (pp.5-223)
"Praise of Mochudi" (C1750)
"Rain" (C1840)
"Turn the Curse to Blessing" (C2390)
"Warning to a Chief" (C2510)
"Paid on Both Sides" (C1610)
"From Dar Es Salaam" (C0750)
"Tribal Country" (C2380)
"Singing at Midnight" (C1970)
"For Tawana" (C0690)
"Blood Promise" (C0210)
"Out of the Enemy Country" (C1590)
"In the Plane" (C1000)
"Lomond Side" (C1190)
"I Go Safe" (C0950)
"Praise of the Lion Killer" (C1760)
"Out of this Misery" (C1600)
"Kgatleng 1965" (C1100)
"Oh Eastern Wind" (C1510)
Appendix and notes (pp.239-260)
 
  TX 1966 USA, New York: Day - HB with DW - 260pp - $5.50
  Notes: Illustrations - pagination - dedication and contents are as the Heineman edition.
 
A0840 The Rib of the Green Umbrella (novel)
-- An extract from this book has been published as "Night Errand" (B1250)
 
  VW Mar 1960 ENGLAND, London: Collins - HB with DW - 160pp - 10/6
  Illustration:Edward Ardizzone
  Reprints: Also 2nd impression Feb 1962
 
  -- 1960 CANADA,Toronto: ??Collins - ?? - ??pp - $2.25
 
  >>> see also the "In Translation" section for editions of this title in Dutch
 
----- Rising Public Voices: Women in Politics Worldwide
-- This book, published in 1995, is listed online as edited by NMM, but no evidence to support this claim can be found.
 
A0850 Saunes Bairos: A Study In Recurrence (play - as by N M Haldane)
 
  VW 1913 ENGLAND, Oxford: privately - pb - 30pp - unpriced
  Illustration:photograph of cast
  Contents: "Saunes Bairos" (D0220)
"The Guard's Song" (song C0860) - part of the play, not a separate item
"The Children's Song" (song C0380) - words by NMM - music by A L Pedder)
"Nala's Song" (song C1420) - words by NMM - music W A Pickard-Cambridge. This is entitled "Who Eateth the Snow" (song C2550) on the music.
 
A0855 Scottish Universities Parliamentary Election, 1935. The Labour Candidate, Naomi Mitchison (pamphlet)
 
  NL 1935 SCOTLAND, ?place: ?publisher - pb - ?pp - free
  Note:This was a by-election - called when the sitting member, John Buchan, resigned from parliament on being appointed Governer General of Canada. The result was declared on 24 Jun 1935 - NMM was unsuccessful. See also election timeline (X1000)
  Illustration: Photograph of NMM
 
A0860 Sea-Green Ribbons (novel)
 
  VW 1991 SCOTLAND, Nairn: Balnain Books - pb - 141pp - £6.95
  Illustration:Barbara Robertson
  Note:This first edition was supported by a grant of £1000 fom the Arts Council (as reported in their Annual Report and Accounts)
 
  OL 19?? ENGLAND, London: Royal National Institute for the Blind
"Talking book no.8587" - read by Judith Whale - playing time 3h.49m
 
A0870 Sittlichkeit: The Thirty-Eighth Haldane Memorial Lecture (lecture transcript)
 
  VW May 1975 ENGLAND, London: Birkbeck College - pb - 19pp - £0.25
 
A0880 Small Talk: Memories of an Edwardian Childhood (autobiography)
-- This book forms part of As It Was (A0090) together with All Change Here (A0050)
-- Extracts "Father's Diving Experiments in the Kyles of Bute" (E2765) and "Against the Cold" (E0200) have been published elsewhere and a very short extract (B1695) was published in an anthology raising money for Unicef.
 
  VW May 1973 ENGLAND, London: Bodley Head - HB with DW - 132pp - £1.90
  Illustration:Photographs both on cover and internally
  Introduction:Author's foreword and family tree (pp.7)
  Dedication:"For the grand-daughters - who ask questions."
 
  KB Aug 2009 SCOTLAND, Glasgow: Kennedy & Boyd - pb - 158pp - £12.95 ($19.95 in USA)
  Note:A print-on-demand edition in the "Naomi Mitchison Library" series
  Introduction: by Ali Smith (pp vii-xix) - reprinted from "Chapman" (#50) - see (H1550)
 
---- Small Talk with All Change Here (autobiog)
Title used on the 2000 Birlin (House of Lochar) edition of As it Was (A0090)
 
A0890 Snake ! (novel)
 
  VW 1976 ENGLAND, London: Collins - HB with DW - 62pp - £1.95
  Note:In the "Collins Young Fiction" series
  Illustration:Jacket design Alan Hood (sic) . Interior illustrations Polly Loxton.
 
  VW 1978 ENGLAND, London: Collins - pb - 61pp - £0.50
  Notes: published under the Fontana Lions imprint
  Illustration:Jacket design Alun Hood (sic) . Interior illustrations Polly Loxton.
 
A0900 Socrates (biography co-authored with Richard H S Crossman)
 
  VW Jun 1937 ENGLAND, London: Hogarth Press - HB with DW - 80pp - 1/6
  Note:In the "World-Makers and World-Shakers" series
  Illustration:Photograph frontispiece
 
  -- ??1937 CANADA,Toronto: Longmans - ?? - ??pp - $0.50
 
  -- 1938 USA, Harrisburg (PA): Stackpole Sons - HB with DW - 109pp - $1.25
 
A0910 Solution Three (novel)
-- For academic discussions of this book see essays H4756, H1900, H2930, H2940, H2950 and thesis H7350.
-- An extract has been published as "Infertile Solution" (story B0815)
 
  RR 1975 ENGLAND, London: Dobson - HB with DW - 160pp - £2.95
  Illustration:Dust-wrapper design by Richard Weaver
  Introduction:Author's foreword (pp.5-6)
  Dedication:"To Jim Watson who first suggested this horrid idea."
  Note:James D Watson, one of the co-discoverers of the structure of DNA, dedicated his book Double Helix to NMM. Much of this book was written while Jim Watson was staying at Carradale..
 
  TX Nov 1975 USA, New York: Warner - pb - 142pp - $1.25
  Illustration:Book cover by Vincent diFate
  Contents: As for 1975 Dobson edition
 
  IS Mar 1995 USA, New York: The Feminist Press at CUNY - pb - 183pp - $10.95
  Note:Also issued, at the same time, in a "Library Binding" hardcover without DW
  Illustration:Cover by Dennis Ascienzo
  Afterword: on pp 161-183 - "Naomi Mitchison: The Feminist Art of Making Things Difficult" by Susan M Squier (about H2100)
 
  KB Sep 2011 SCOTLAND, Glasgow: Kennedy & Boyd - pb - 174pp - £12.95 ($19.95 in USA) - 174pp
  Note:A print-on-demand edition in the "Naomi Mitchison Library" series
  Introduction:by Isobel Murray
 
  >>> see also the "In Translation" section for editions of this title in German
 
A0920 Spindrift: A Play in Three Acts (play co-authored with Denis MacIntosh)
 
  VW Dec 1951 ENGLAND, London: Samuel French - pb with plain paper DW - 63pp - 4/-
  Note:French's Acting Edition No.1233
  Illustration:Photographs
  Contents: "Spindrift" (D0240)
 
A0930 Sun and Moon (children's novel)
 
  VW 1970 ENGLAND, London: Bodley Head - HB with DW - 80pp - 12/-
  Note:In the "Acorn Library" series
  Illustration:Jacket design and interior illustrations by Barry Wilkinson
  Introduction:Author's historical note (pp.6)
  Dedication:"This book is dedicated to Dr Mahmoud Manzalaoui . . . " (a longish dedicatory piece) ." . . and to E M Forster . . ."
 
  -- 1973 USA, Nashville (TN): Nelson - HB with DW - 93pp - $3.95
  Note:Also available in library binding at $3.8
 
  >>> see also the "In Translation" section for editions of this title in Afrikaans
 
A0940 Sunrise Tomorrow: A Story of Botswana (children's novel)
-- The story "Little Sister" (B1030) is an adaptation of part of this book.
 
  VW 1973 ENGLAND, London: Collins - HB with DW - 160pp - £1.40
  Dedication:"For the young ones: Nooi Tlhogwane - Mathudi Maribe - Sylvia Seadingwane Molwane - Lethebe Maine and Jerry Rasetshwane."
 
  -- 1973 USA, New York: Farrar Straus Giroux - HB - 120pp - $4.50
 
A0950 The Swan's Road (factual)
 
  VW Sep 1954 ENGLAND, London: Naldrett Press - HB with DW - 150pp - 12/6
  Illustration:Leonard Huskinson
  Contents: Bibliography (pp.151-152)
 
  -- 1954 USA, ?place: British Book Service - ?? - ??pp - $2.75
 
A0960 To the Chapel Perilous (novel)
-- The story "The Chapel Perilous" (B0245) is related to this book.
-- The article "Constructing a Chapel Perilous" (H3200) discusses aspects of this book - as does "Postmodernism and the Press in Naomi Mitchison's To the Chapel Perilous" (H3500)
 
  CM Sep 1955 ENGLAND, London: George Allen & Unwin - HB with DW - 172pp - 12/6
  Illustration:Cover by P.B. (= Pauline Baynes)
  Dedication:"To the Manchester Guardian and the Daily Mirror affectionately."
 
  NL 1976 ENGLAND, London: White Lion - ?? - 172pp - £2.95
 
  IS Nov 1999 USA, Oakland (CA): Green Knight (Impressions) - pb - 224pp - $10.95
  Note:book states it has been "reset and corrected"
  Illustration:Cover by Marc Fishman
  Introduction:by Raymond H Thompson
 
  >>> see also the "In Translation" section for editions of this title in Dutch and German
 
A0970 Travel Light (novel)
-- For a student guide to this book and others see H3250
-- For an academic paper discussing this book see H4625
 
  VW May 1952 ENGLAND, London: Faber - HB with DW - 147pp - 10/6
  Introduction:????
 
  CM May 1985 ENGLAND, London: Virago - pb - 147pp - £2.95
  Note:Virago Modern Classic No 176
  Introduction:by Elizabeth Longford (pp.vii-xiii)
  Reprints:Oct 1987 and Oct 1992
 
  IS Oct 1987 USA, New York: Penguin - pb - 147pp - $6.95
  Introduction:by Elizabeth Longford (pp.vii-xiii)
 
  IS Aug 2005 USA, Northampton (MA): Small Beer Press - pb - 135pp - $12.00
  Note:#2 in Peapod Classics series
  Illustration:Cover by Kevin Huizenga
 
  OL 2011 SCOTLAND, Edinburgh: Merchiston Publishing - pb - 166pp
  Note:Merchiston Publishing is a small press set up and run by staff and M.Sc. students at Edinburgh Napier University as part of their degree course.
  Illustration:Cover and internal illustrations by William B Hill
 
  >>> see also the "In Translation" section for editions of this title in German and then into a German Talking Book.
 
A0973 Travel Light with The Varangs' Saga (collection)
 
  OL Jun 2006 SCOTLAND, Glasgow: Kennedy & Boyd - pb - 165pp - ??
  Contents: Introduction by Isobel Murray (pp vii-xvi)
Travel Light (novel A0970)
The Varangs' Saga (B2005)
  Note:A print-on-demand edition in the "Naomi Mitchison Library" series
 
A0980 The Two Magicians (children's story collection co-authored with Dick Mitchison)
 
  VW 1978 ENGLAND, London: Dobson - HB with illustrated boards - 89pp - £2.25
  Note:Published as a "Dobson Interlude"
  Illustration:Cover by David Grosvenor. Illustrations by Danuta Laskowska
  Dedication:"These stories were told by Dick to the boys - Lois and Valentine. Naomi wrote them down and has sometimes changed them a little."
  Contents: "The Two Magicians" (B1960)
"Sheep Dog into Morris" (B1660)
"The Parrot who Wanted to Play Red Indians" (B1440)
"Down and Round" (B0360)
"The Little Girl and the Little Dog" (B0990)
"The Steam Hammer of Chateau Mouton" (B1780)
"The Seventh King" (B1640)
"The Two Wasps and the Parrot" (B1970)
"The Unicorn Tax" (B1980)
"If I Were you" (B0750)
 
  -- Oct 1979 ENGLAND, London: Dobson - ?? - ??pp - ?price
 
A0990 The Vegetable War (children's novel)
 
  VW Jun 1980 ENGLAND, London: Hamish Hamilton - HB with illustrated boards - 86pp - £2.25
  Note:Published under the Antelope imprint
  Illustration:Polly Loxton
  Dedication:"For Charlotte and Martin - who know what really happened."
 
---- Vienna Diary 1934 (diary)
-- Title used on the 2009 Kennedy & Boyd edition of Naomi Mitchison's Vienna Diary (A0700)
 
---- Vom Umgang mit Hexen: Erzählungen und Gedichte (collection)
-- An collection of stories & poetry, chosen from several other books, translated into German. See the "In Translation" section for more details
 
A1000 We Have Been Warned: A Novel (novel)
-- This novel was rejected by several publishers on grounds of obscenity, and censored by Constable as a condition of acceptance.
-- Book states 2 chapters originally in "The Modern Scot" and "The Oxford Outlook"
-- For an academic discussion of this book see essay (H4754) by Anna McFarlane
 
  VW Apr 1935 ENGLAND, London: Constable - HB (DW not present) - 553pp - 8/6
  Introduction:Author's foreword (pp.v)
  Dedication:"To the Comrades especially . . . " (a list of 28 names)
  Reprint:A cheaper edition, priced at 3/6 was issued in Apr 1937
 
  -- 1936 USA, New York: Vanguard Press - HB - 553pp - $2.75
 
  -- 1936 CANADA,Toronto: Macmillan - ?? - ??pp - $2.50
 
  KB Aug 2012 SCOTLAND, Glasgow: Kennedy & Boyd - pb - 582pp - £16.95
  Introduction:by Isobel Murray
 
A1010 What Do You Think Yourself ? - Scottish Short Stories (story collection)
 
  VW Sep 1982 SCOTLAND, Edinburgh: Paul Harris - HB with DW - 106pp - £6.95
  Illustration:Jacket design by Iain Macintosh. Cover photograph by Gordon Wright
  Contents: "Orkney Story" (B1360)
"Black Jacket" (B0140)
"The Sea Horse" (B1630)
"The Hill Modipe" (B0700)
"The Red Fellows" (B1520)
"The Warning" (B2030)
"Call Me" (B0230)
"The Return" (B1540)
"What Do You Think Yourself ?" (B2060)
"Social Readjustment" (B1710)
"Should We Believe Postie" (B1670)
"Interview" (B0830)
"Remember Me" (B1530)
 
A1020 What the Human Race Is Up To (edited collection of essays)
-- Edited by, and with introductions to each essay by, NMM. The essays are "Outlines of Human Knowledge".
 
  VW Oct 1962 ENGLAND, London: Gollancz - HB with DW - 400pp - 15/-
  Introduction:Editor's foreword (pp.5-11)
  Contents: Includes essay "Poets and Prophets" (E6245) by NMM (pp.386-393)
 
  -- 1962 CANADA,Toronto: Doubleday - ?? - ??pp - $3.00
 
A1030 When the Bough Breaks and Other Stories (story collection)
 
  VW Apr 1924 ENGLAND, London: Jonathan Cape - HB (DW not present) - 318pp - 7/6
  Dedication:Individual stories are dedicated but not the book as a whole
  Contents: "The Hostages" (B0720)
"Vercingetorix and the Others" (story group B2010)
      "Cottia Went to Bibracte" (B0300)
      "The Man from Alesia" (B1090)
      "Got to put up with it now" (B0580)
"The Triumph of Faith" (B1950)
"When the Bough Breaks" (B2080)
"Note on Books and One's Funny Idea of Ancient History" (article E5750)
  Reprints:2nd impression Jun 1924
"Travellers' Library" edition - Mar 1927 (3/6), Feb 1929, Sep 1930, Aug 1931
"Uniform" edition - Apr 1933 (5/-)
 
  -- 1924 USA, New York: Harcourt - HB+DW - 318pp - $2.50
 
  OL 1929 USA, New York: Jonathan Cape & Harrison Smith - HB with ??DW - 318pp
 
  -- 1971 USA, ?place: Books for Libraries - ?? - 318pp - $10.50
  Note:A "reprint of the 1924 edition"
 
  VW 1974 ENGLAND, London: Bodley Head ("New Adults") - HB with DW - 193pp - £2.25
  Illustration:Trevor Stubley (DW)
  Contents: As Cape 1924 but the group-title for (story group B2010) is omitted
 
  OL 1987 USA, Stratford (NH): Ayer Co - HB - 318pp - ?? - "a facsimile edition"
 
  OL 2006 ENGLAND, Hebden Bridge (Yorks): Pomona Press- pb - ??pp - ??
 
A1040 When We Become Men (novel)
-- For an academic discussion of this book see essay "The Meaning of Death" (H3050) and academic paper (H2915)
 
  CM Jan 1965 ENGLAND, London: Collins - HB with DW - 255pp - 18/-
  Illustration:Jacket design by James Leech
  Dedication:"For my friends among the Batswana and most of all for my dear son Linchwe of the Bakgatla."
  Note:Novel with untitled poem on dedication page starting
"Wild rider with hounds afoot" (C2570)
 
  -- 1965 CANADA, Don Mills, ONT: Learning Concepts Ltd - ?? - ??pp - $4.00
 
  KB Mar 2009 SCOTLAND, Glasgow: Kennedy & Boyd - pb - 228pp - £12.95
  Note:A print-on-demand edition, in the "Naomi Mitchison Library" series
Distributed in USA by Zeticular at $25.00
  Introduction:by Isobel Murray
 
A1060 You May Well Ask: A Memoir 1920-1940 (autobiography)
-- The article "The Way to Throw the Party Line" (E8105) is linked to this book
 
  CM Jul 1979 ENGLAND, London: Gollancz - HB with DW - 240pp - £6.50
  Illustration:Internal photos. Cover portrait by Wyndham Lewis.
  Introduction:Author's foreword "Setting the Scene" (pp.11-15) plus index of names (pp.236-240)
  Reprints:2nd impression Sep 1979 (price stickered to £7.95)
 
  -- Jul 1979 ENGLAND, Littlehampton: Littlehampton Book Services - HB with DW - ??pp - price ??
  Note:The firm produces library bindings for books published elsewhere.
 
  VW Nov 1986 ENGLAND, London: Fontana (Flamingo) - pb - 240pp - £3.50
  Illustration:Cover by Susan Moxley
  Introduction:"Setting the Scene" (pp.11-15) plus Index of Names (pp.236-240)
 
A1070 The Young Alexander the Great (children's novel)
 
  CM 1960 ENGLAND, London: Max Parrish - HB with DW - 118pp - 10/6
Published as part of the "The Young Biographies" series.
  Illustration:Betty Middleton-Sandford
  Reprint: 1964 and 1969 - Edition also priced at $3.50 so may be joint issue with 1961 Roy edition
 
  -- 1960 CANADA, Toronto: Clarke, Irwin & Co - ?? - ??pp - $2.50
 
  -- 1961 USA, New York: Macdonald and Roy - HB with DW - 118pp - $3.50
  Reprint: 1969
 
  -- 1983 ENGLAND, London: Longmans - - ?? - ??pp - ?price
 
A1080 The Young Alfred the Great (children's novel)
 
  VW 1962 ENGLAND, London: Max Parrish - HB with DW - 126pp - 11/6
  Note: Published as part of the "The Young Biographies" series - reprinted 1965.
  Illustration: Shirley Farrow
  Dedication:"For Linchwe Kgafela - prince of the Bakgatla - and for his people."
  Reprints:2nd printing 1965
 
  -- 1963 USA, New York: Roy - HB with DW - 126pp - $3.00