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* " The Small Rain "-First published in March, 1959 in the Cornell Writer, No. 2, pp. 14 32.
* " Entropy "-First published in the Kenyon Review 22, No. 2, in Spring 1960, pp. 27 92.
* " Under the Rose "-First published in The Noble Savage 3 in May 1961, pp. 233 251.
* " The Secret Integration "-First published December 26, 1964 in The Saturday Evening Post 237 No. 45, pp. 36 37, 39, 42-44, 46-49, 51.
* " Ah, Sweet Mystery of Life "-First published in The Daily Telegraph in 1974
* " Beware of the Dog "-First published in Harper's in October 1944.
* " Bitch "-First published in Playboy in July 1974.
* " The Bookseller "-First published in Playboy in January 1986.
* " The Champion of the World "-First published in The New Yorker on 31 January 1959.
* " Death of an Old Old Man "-First published in Ladies Home Journal in September 1945.
* " Dip in the Pool "-First published in The New Yorker on 19 January 1952.
* " Edward the Conqueror "-First published in The New Yorker on 31 October 1953.
* " Galloping Foxley "-First published in Town & Country in November 1953.
* " The Great Switcheroo "-First published in Playboy in April 1974.
* " The Hitch-Hiker "-First published in Atlantic Monthly in July 1977.
* " Katina "-First published in Ladies Home Journal in March 1944.
* " Lamb to the Slaughter "-First published in Harper's in September 1953.
* " The Landlady "-First published in The New Yorker on 28 November 1959.
* " The Last Act "-First published in Playboy in January 1966.
* " Madame Rosette "-First published in Harper's in August 1945.
* " Mrs. Bixby and the Colonel's Coat "-First published in Nugget in December 1959.
* " My Lady Love, My Dove "-First published in The New Yorker on 21 June 1952.
* " Only This "-First published in Ladies Home Journal in September 1944.
* " Parson's Pleasure "-First published in Esquire in April 1958.

"-First and New
* " Skin "-First published in The New Yorker on 17 May 1952.
* " The Sound Machine "-First published in The New Yorker on 17 September 1949.
* " The Way Up to Heaven "-First published in The New Yorker on 27 February 1954.

"-First and .
* " Vanishing Point "-First use of the transporter.
*" Paradises Lost "-First publication.

"-First and on
* " Collector's Item "-First published in Collier's on 4 September 1948.
* " The Devious Bachelor "-First published in Collier's on 4 September 1953.
* " Shot Down Over Libya "-First published on 1 August 1942 in Saturday Evening Post.

"-First and March
* " Taste "-First published in Ladies Home Journal in March 1945.

published and New
The New English Bible ( the Old Testament and Apocrypha will be published at a future date ) has not been planned to rival or replace the King James Version, but, as its cover states, it is offered `` simply as the Bible to all those who will use it in reading, teaching, or worship ''.
This two-part bridge is best described by Rev. Timothy Dwight, president of Yale College, in his `` Travels In New-England And New-York '', published in New Haven in 1821.
Volume 1 ( ( Af ) of the seventh edition of Dana's System Of Mineralogy was published in 1944 and Volume 2 ( ( Af ) in 1951 by John Wiley & Sons, Inc., New York, N. Y..
After his speech, reporters asked him about the report of his political intentions, published in yesterday's New York Times.
Best known for his novels including Brave New World and a wide-ranging output of essays, Huxley also edited the magazine Oxford Poetry, and published short stories, poetry, travel writing, film stories and scripts.
The 21st chapter was omitted from the editions published in the United States prior to 1986 .< ref > Burgess, Anthony ( 1986 ) A Clockwork Orange Resucked in < u > A Clockwork Orange </ u >, W. W. Norton & Company, New York .</ ref > In the introduction to the updated American text ( these newer editions include the missing 21st chapter ), Burgess explains that when he first brought the book to an American publisher, he was told that U. S. audiences would never go for the final chapter, in which Alex sees the error of his ways, decides he has lost all energy for and thrill from violence and resolves to turn his life around ( a slow-ripening but classic moment of metanoia — the moment at which one's protagonist realises that everything he thought he knew was wrong ).
His father, Ulysses F. Doubleday, fought in the War of 1812, published newspapers and books, and represented Auburn, New York for four years in the United States Congress.
Alcott's published books, all from late in his life, include Tablets ( 1868 ), Concord Days ( 1872 ), New Connecticut ( 1881 ), and Sonnets and Canzonets ( 1882 ).
In New York, for example, The Knickerbocker published a parody titled " Gastric Sayings " in November 1840.
Common meter hymns were interchangeable with a variety of tunes ; more than twenty musical settings of " Amazing Grace " circulated with varying popularity until 1835 when William Walker assigned Newton's words to a traditional song named " New Britain ", which was itself an amalgamation of two melodies (" Gallaher " and " St. Mary ") first published in the Columbian Harmony by Charles H. Spilman and Benjamin Shaw ( Cincinnati, 1829 ).
Moody and Sankey began publishing their compositions in 1875, and " Amazing Grace " appeared three times with three different melodies, but they were the first to give it its title ; hymns were typically published using the first line of the lyrics, or the name of the tune such as " New Britain ".
During this term Johnson also made a concerted effort to increase his sphere of interactions ; his higher profile was exemplified by a biographical sketch published in the New York Times in May 1849, describing him as an excellent committee worker and investigator.
* 1735 Freedom of the press: New York Weekly Journal writer John Peter Zenger is acquitted of seditious libel against the royal governor of New York, on the basis that what he had published was true.
Earlier version first published in New English Dictionary, 1913 .</ ref >
She is also the author of articles that have been published in the New York Times and Newsweek.
published by The New York Times
* 1925 The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald is first published in New York City, by Charles Scribner's Sons.
In 1730, he published the ( New Method for Determining the Distance from the Sun to the Earth ).
After this essay was circulated in samizdat and then published outside the Soviet Union ( initially on July 6, 1968, in the Dutch newspaper Het Parool through intermediary of the Dutch academic and writer Karel van het Reve, followed by The New York Times ), Sakharov was banned from all military-related research and returned to FIAN to study fundamental theoretical physics.
* Eat, Memory: Great Writers at the Table, a Collection of Essays from the New York Times ( W. W. Norton & Company, 2009 ) 26 previously published essays
Nin left Paris in the late summer of 1939, when residents from overseas were urged to leave France due to the upcoming war and returned to New York City with Guiler ( who was, on his own wish, all but edited out of her diaries published in her lifetime and whose role in her life is therefore difficult to gauge ).
Until June 2007, The New York Times, from which the Square gets its name, was published at offices at 239 West 43rd Street ; the paper stopped printing papers there on June 15, 1997.
In the same month, The New York Times published an editorial stating that " we do not believe the Republic would be in danger if yesterday's unforgotten little tramp were allowed to amble down the gangplank of a steamer or plane in an American port ".
For instance, in 1976, the New York Times published 66 articles on alleged human rights abuses in Chile and only 4 on Cambodia, where the communist Khmer Rouge killed some 1. 5 million people of 7. 5 million people in the country.

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