Second edition, First printing
Page count: 119
Book Size: 5-1/2" x 8-1/2"
A Primary and Secondary Bibliography
by Roger C. Schlobin & Irene Harrison
An addendum is available online.
Andre Norton: A Primary and Secondary Bibliography, 2nd edition is a complete bibliography through November 1994 of Andre Norton's work and much of the criticism and reviews of it. This is an update and revision of Roger Schlobin's Andre Norton, A Primary and Secondary Bibliography, G. K. Hall 0-8161-8044-X, LC 79-18477, 1980, $12.
Table of Contents
- Preface — Andre Norton
- Introduction to the Revised Edition — Irene R. Harrison
- Introduction to the First Edition — Roger C. Schlobin
- A. Fiction
- B. Miscellaneous Media
- C. Nonfiction
- D. Criticism, Biography, and Selected Reviews
- E. Phantoms and Pseudonyms
- Appendix I: Genres
- Appendix II: Series, Sequels, and Related Works
- Primary Index (Alphabetical Listing)
- Secondary Index
Here's what they said about the first edition in 1980...
"...uniformly excellent and absolutely thorough, providing an instant overview of the author's career and productivity" — Science-Fiction Studies
"All the many libraries that already have some of her books should also have this useful guide to both her works and their critical reception." — Choice
"The series volumes thus far provide the most comprehensive available bibliographic access to the authors covered and offer significant biographical/critical material in the introductory pages." — RQ
and what they still say about Andre Norton...
"I've seen a complete collection of Andre Norton's books, and it haunts me to this day, sort of like the sight of an unscalable Everest." — C. J. Cherryh
"Andre Norton's popularity stems mostly from the fact that she is a prolific author whose work transports readers with wonder while (painlessly) broadening their horizons. " — Joan D. Vinge
"Like Jorge Petronius, Andre Norton is a gatekeeper. Unlike him, though, she'll let you into her worlds and out again-taking with you the lessons you've learned from them." — Susan Shwartz
"The very first book I ever bought with my own grade-school allowance was The Stars Are Ours by Andre Norton, and I have been a dedicated fan ever since." — S. N. Lewitt