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Paperback (Trade)

Published February 1980
Andre Norton Paperback (Trade) price: $12.00

First edition, First printing
ISBN-13: 978-0-8161-8044-8
ISBN-10: 0-8161-8044-X
Page count: 119
Book Size: 5-1/2" x 8-1/2"

Paperback (Trade)

Published February 1995
Andre Norton Paperback (Trade) price: $12.50

Second edition, First printing
ISBN-13: 978-0-915368-64-8
ISBN-10: 0-915368-64-1
Page count: 119
Book Size: 5-1/2" x 8-1/2"

First edition, first printing of this book was February 1980

Andre Norton

A Primary and Secondary Bibliography

by Roger C. Schlobin & Irene Harrison

This edition of Andre Norton: A Primary and Secondary Bibliography is a complete bibliography through 1980 of Andre Norton's work and much of the criticism and reviews of it. It is out of print.

An update through 1994 is available from NESFA Press as Andre Norton, A Primary and Secondary Bibliography, 2nd edition

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 this edition...

"...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

Edited by Roger C. Schlobin and Irene R. Harrison
Cover photography by John L Coker III of an oil painting by Barbara Tiffany-Eginton (from the collection of Andre Norton)