Selected Bibliography

Philip Horne


In the LRB Archive:

  • It’s just a book · 17 December 1992

    • Leviathan by Paul Auster
  • Making sentences · 21 November 1991

    • The Jameses: A Family Narrative by R.W.B. Lewis
    • Meaning in Henry James by Millicent Bell
  • Making faces · 9 May 1991

    • The Grimace by Nicholas Salaman
    • Playing the game by Ian Buruma
    • The Music of Chance by Paul Auster
  • Henry Hill and Laura Palmer · 20 December 1990

  • Ranklings · 30 August 1990

    • Henry James and Edith Wharton: Letters 1900-1915 edited by Lyall Powers
  • Clean Sweep · 10 May 1990

    • Love and Garbage by Ivan Klima, translated by Ewald Osers
    • The Storyteller by Mario Vargas Llosa, translated by Helen Lane
    • The Chase by Alejo Carpentier, translated by Alfred Mac Adam
    • Aura by Carlos Fuentes, translated by Lysander Kemp
  • No more pretty face · 8 March 1990

    • Emotion Pictures: Reflections on the Cinema by Wim Wenders, translated by Sean Whiteside and Michael Hofmann
    • Scorsese on Scorsese by Martin Scorsese, edited by David Thompson and Ian Christie
  • Sunlight · 28 September 1989

    • The Pale Companion by Andrew Motion
  • An Infinity of Novels · 14 September 1989

    • A Short Guide to the World Novel: From Myth to Modernism by Gilbert Phelps
    • The Longman Companion to Victorian Fiction by John Sutherland
    • The Haunted Study: A Social History of the English Novel 1875-1914 by Peter Keating
  • Diary · 22 June 1989
    Philip Horne and Danny Karlin

  • Dark Strangers, Gorgeous Slums · 16 March 1989

    • Off the Rails: Memoirs of a Train Addict by Lisa St Aubin de Teran
    • The Marble Mountain, and Other Stories by Lisa St Aubin de Teran
    • The Bathroom by Jean-Philippe Toussaint, translated by Barbara Bray
    • Motherland by Timothy O’Grady
    • A Lesser Dependency by Peter Benson
  • Diary · 2 March 1989

  • Wasps and all · 8 December 1988

    • A Chinese Summer by Mark Illis
    • Three Uneasy Pieces by Patrick White
    • The Captain and the Enemy by Graham Greene
    • View of Dawn in the Tropics by G. Cabrera Infante, translated by Suzanne Jill Levine
    • The House of Stairs by Barbara Vine
  • Tunnel Visions · 4 August 1988

    • The Tunnel by Ernesto Sabato, translated by Margaret Sayers Peden
    • Pilgrims Way by Abdulrazak Gurnah
    • States of Emergency by André Brink
    • Moonrise, Moonset by Tadeusz Konwicki, translated by Richard Lourie
  • Nothing’s easy · 26 November 1987

    • The Perpetual Orgy by Mario Vargas Llosa, translated by Helen Lane
    • Captain Pantoja and the Special Service by Mario Vargas Llosa, translated by Gregory Kolovakos and Ronald Christ
  • Relations will stop at nothing · 5 March 1987

    • The Whole Family: A Novel by 12 Authors by Henry James and William Dean Howells, edited by Elizabeth Jordan, introduced by Alfred Bendixen
    • ‘Friction with the Market’: Henry James and the Profession of Authorship by Michael Anesko
  • Life and Work · 8 May 1986

    • Falling apart by Nicholas Salaman
    • Memoirs of Many in One by Alex Xenophon Demirjian Gray, edited by Patrick White
    • Free Agents by Max Apple
  • Train Loads of Ammunition · 1 August 1985

    • Immoral Memories by Sergei Eisenstein, translated by Herbert Marshall
    • A Certain Tendency of the Hollywood Cinema: 1930-1980 by Robert Ray
    • Suspects by David Thomson
    • Cahiers du Cinéma. Vol. I: The 1950s. Neo-Realism, Hollywood, New Wave edited by Jim Hillier
  • Those Heads on the Stakes · 23 May 1985

    • The War of the End of the World by Mario Vargas Llosa, translated by Helen Lane
  • In the dark · 1 December 1983

    • The Life of Alfred Hitchcock: The Dark Side of Genius by Donald Spoto
    • Howard Hawks, Storyteller by Gerald Mast
  • A World of Waste · 1 September 1983

    • The Proprietor by Ann Schlee
    • Slouching towards Kalamazoo by Peter De Vries
    • Marcovaldo by Italo Calvino, translated by William Weaver
    • The Loser by George Konard, translated by Ivan Sanders
  • Adulterers’ Distress · 21 July 1983

    • A Nail on the Head by Clare Boylan
    • New Stories 8: An Arts Council Anthology edited by Karl Miller
    • The Handyman by Penelope Mortimer
    • Open the Door by Rosemary Manning
    • A Boy’s Own Story by Edmund White
  • The Real Life of Melodrama · 16 June 1983

    • Aunt Julia and the Scriptwriter by Mario Vargas Llosa, translated by Helen Lane
  • Maids · 1 April 1983

    • The Slow Train to Milan by Lisa St Aubin de Teran
    • Holy Pictures by Clare Boylan
    • Pilgermann by Russell Hoban
    • September Castle: A Tale of Love by Simon Raven
    • The Watcher by Charles Maclean
    • The Little Drummer Girl by John Le Carré

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