George S. Kaufmann & Co.
Edited by Laurence Maslon
Includes The Royal Family (1927, written with
Edna Ferber); Animal Crackers (1928, with
Morrie Ryskind); June Moon (1929, with Ring
Lardner); Once in a Lifetime (1930, with Moss
Hart); Of Thee I Sing (1931, with Morrie
Ryskind and Ira Gershwin); You Can't Take It
with You (1936, with Moss Hart); Dinner at
Eight (1932, with Edna Ferber); Stage Door
(1936, with Edna Ferber); and The Man Who
Came to Dinner (1939, with Moss Hart). 911 pp.
Library of America 1-931082-67-7 $35.00
STARTING OUT IN THE EVENING
“Morton’s respect for his characters and his
audience is a quiet literary triumph.”—Library
Journal. Nominated for the Pen-Faulkner Award
and co-winner of the Koret Jewish Book Award.
Berkley 336 pp. 0-425-16869-7 $12.95
Joachim Neugroschel, editor and translator
f RADIANT DAYS, HAUNTED NIGHTS
Great Tales from the
Treasury of Yiddish Literature
A ranging collection of Yiddish folk tales never
before available in English. “Neugroschel is a
superb translator.”—Harold Bloom.
Overlook 308 pp. 1-58567-789-2 $21.95
Available September 2006
GREAT TALES OF JEWISH FANTASY
AND THE OCCULT: The Dybbuk
and Thirty Other Classic Stories
“The religious imagination in one of its most
powerful and exalted permutations.”—The
New York Times.
Overlook 720 pp. 0-87951-782-4 $23.95
f NOVELS 1967–1972
Edited by Ross Miller
Includes When She Was Good, Portnoy’s
Complaint, Our Gang, The Breast, The Professor of
Desire, and The Dying Animal. 913 pp.
Library of America 1-931082-80-4 $35.00
f NOVELS AND STORIES 1959–1962
Includes Goodbye, Columbus and Five Short
Stories and Roth’s first novel, Letting Go. 913 pp.
Library of America 1-931082-79-0 $35.00
Also forthcoming September 2006:
Philip Roth: Novels 1973–1977, 1-931082-96-0
THE STREET OF CROCODILES
Translated by Celina Wieniewski
Introduction by Jerzy Ficowski 160 pp.
Penguin Classics 0-14-018625-5
THE LAST OF THE JUST
Translated from the French by Stephen Becker
Considered by many the single greatest novel
of the Holocaust. “Though it is stark tragedy on
an epic scale, it is told with subtle and warm
understanding for the foibles of mankind and
for the irony and humor of man’s way in this
strange world.”—William L. Shirer.
Overlook 374 pp. 1-58567-016-2 $15.95
Translated from the Hebrew by Dalya Bilu
A Joycean panorama of the lives of three men,
their families, their lovers, and their friends in
the quintessentially modern city of Tel Aviv.
Overlook 389 pp. 1-58567-339-0 $14.95
THE COLLECTED PLAYS, Volume 1
Introduction by the author
Includes The Odd Couple, Plaza Suite, Barefoot in
the Park, Come Blow Your Horn, The Star
Spangled Girl, Last of the Red Hot Lovers, and
Plume 672 pp. 0-452-25870-7 $25.00
THE COLLECTED PLAYS, Volume 2
Introduction by the author
Includes Little Me, The Gingerbread Lady, The
Prisoner of Second Avenue, The Sunshine Boys,
The Good Doctor, God’s Favorite, California Suite,
and Chapter Two.
Plume 752 pp. 0-452-26358-1 $25.00
LOST IN YONKERS
Winner of four Tony Awards, including best
play and the 1991 Pulitzer Prize for Drama.
Plume 128 pp. 0-452-26883-4 $12.00
Isaac Bashevis Singer
SHADOWS ON THE HUDSON
“A startling, piercing work of fiction, a book
with a strong claim to being Singer’s masterpiece.”—The New York Times. Traces the
intertwined destiny of survivors in the aftermath of the Holocaust.
Plume 560 pp. 0-452-28003-6 $17.00
THE DEATH OF METHUSELAH
and Other Stories
Penguin 224 pp.
Vol. 1: Gimpel the Fool to The Letter Writer
Library of America 1-931082-61-8 $35.00
Vol. 2: A Friend of Kakfa to Passions
Library of America 1-931082-62-6
Charles T. Powers
IN THE MEMORY OF THE FOREST
Explores the impact of a murder on a community, and of history and the fate of Jews in
Poland during World War II on a people. “Full
of unforgettable characters, guilt, passion,
racism, war, and especially remembrance.”
Penguin 384 pp. 0-14-027281-X $15.00
BRIGHTON BEACH MEMOIRS
Plume 156 pp. 0-452-27528-8
Vol. 3: One Night in Brazil
to The Death of Methuselah
Library of America 1-931082-63-4
AMERICAN POETS PROJECT
FROM THE LIBRARY OF AMERICA, AN EXCITING NEW SERIES THAT TAKES
A FRESH LOOK AT AMERICA’S MOST ENDURING POETRY. FOR MORE INFORMATION
AND ADDITIONAL TITLES, PLEASE GO TO WWW.AMERICANPOETSPROJECT.ORG.
Hans Peter Richter
Translated by Edite Kroll
This award-winning novel of a Jewish boy in
Germany during the 1930s is “superb, sensitive, honest, and compelling” ( The New York
Times). 160 pp.
Puffin Children’s 0-14-032205-1 $4.99
f LOUIS ZUKOFSKY: SELECTED POEMS
Edited by Charles Bernstein
200 pp. 1-931082-95-2 $20.00
EMMA LAZARUS: SELECTED POEMS
Edited by John Hollander
176 pp. 1-931082-77-4 $20.00
f SAMUEL MENASHE:
NEW AND SELECTED POEMS
Edited by Christopher Ricks
200 pp. 1-931082-85-5
KARL SHAPIRO: SELECTED POEMS
Edited by John Updike
225 pp. 1-931082-34-0 $20.00
f Denotes new or forthcoming title