Books from 1960-1969

Title:

Here Comes There Goes You Know Who

Date:

January 23, 1962

Art Credits:

Back cover photo by Ray Stevens

Notes:

First edition - 9,824 copies. 

UK edition published by Peter Davies, Ltd. in 1962


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Title:

Boys and Girls Together

Date:

March 13, 1963

Art Credits:

Cover design by Paul Bacon Studios

Back cover photograph by Jim Marshall

Translated into Portuguese and French. 

Notes:

First edition - 7,000 copies

UK edition published by Peter Davies Ltd. in 1963


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Title:

Me

Date:

August 12, 1963

Art Credits:

Illustrated by Murray Tinkelman

Notes:

A Modern Masters Book for Children

The Saturday Evening Post created an edition of 200 copies as a give-away for advertisers. 

 


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Title:

Not Dying

Date:

August 31, 1963

Art Credits:

Drawings by William Saroyan

Jacket designed by Paul Bacon Studios

Back Cover photo by Jim Marshall

Notes:

First Edition - 7,000 copies

Translated into French and Polish. 


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Title:

One Day in the Afternoon of the World

Date:

May 20, 1964

Art Credits:

Designed by the Paul Bacon Studio

UK edition jacket design by Leo Vernon

Notes:

First edition - 5,000 copies

UK edition published by Cassell, 1965


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Title:

After Thirty Years: The Daring Young Man on the Flying Trapeze

Date:

October 15, 1964

Art Credits:

Cover design by Paul Bacon Studio

Notes:

First edition - 3,500 copies


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Title:

The Arabian Nights

Date:

June 1966

Art Credits:

Illustraed by W.K. Plummer

Notes:

Introduction by William Saroyan


By Year

Title:

My Kind of Crazy, Wonderful People

Date:

June 1966

Notes:

Includes

  • The Man in the Yellow Ford Coupe
  • Don't Ask Me to Deliver Any More Death Messages
  • The Oranges
  • Mountain Girl
  • Waiting for the N Car
  • The War
  • Antranik of Armenia
  • The Man with the Heart in the Highlands
  • Two Thousand Four Hundred and Some Odd Dollars
  • The Hummingbird that Lived through Winter
  • The Job
  • I Can't Put Two and Two Together
  • Going Home
  • A Christmas Carol
  • The Younger Brother
  • 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8
  • The Beggars
  • The Daring Young Man on the Flying Trapeze

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Title:

Short Drive Sweet Chariot

Date:

April 1, 1966

Notes:

Published by Phaedra Publishers

Reviewed by Neglected Books blog in 2009

 


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Title:

Look At Us, Let's See

Date:

October 1967

Art Credits:

Photographs by Arthur Rothstein

Notes:

Advertized as "A happening-in-a-book by author William Saroyan and LOOK photographer Arthur Rothstein."


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Title:

I Used to Believe I Had Forever. Now I'm Not So Sure

Date:

November 1968

Art Credits:

First edition cover designed by Lawrence Ratzkin

First edition back cover photograph by Arthur Rothstein

UK edition jacket design by Leo Vernon

Notes:

UK edition published by Cassell in 1969


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Title:

Letters from 74 rue Taitbout

Date:

January 1969

Art Credits:

Jacket design by Lawrence Ratzkin

Notes:

Published in the UK by Cassell as Don't Go, but If You Must, Say Hello to Everybody

A collection of 'letters' to

  • to the only one
  • Armenak of Bitlis
  • Dr. Freud, Dr. Jung, and Dr. Adler
  • Hovagim Saroyan
  • Calouste Gulbenkian
  • Guy de Maupassant
  • The Match Girl
  • Prof-Kalfayan
  • Sammy Isaacs
  • Al Devarine
  • Samuel L. Clemens
  • Dikran Saroyan
  • Joe Gould
  • Miss Carmichael, Miss Thompson, Miss Brockington, Miss Clifford
  • Miss Chambers
  • Honore de Balzac
  • Sam Catanzaro
  • Vahan Minasian
  • Geoffrey Faber
  • Robert Mc Almon
  • Lawrence Colt
  • Yeghishe Charentz
  • Adolf Hitler
  • Carl Sandburg
  • Emory L. Ralston
  • Dr. Harold Fraser
  • Benito Mussolini
  • The Lion of Judah
  • Jacob Ahbood
  • Dr. Anoushavan Chomp
  • L.B. Mayer
  • Anybody

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