The Best Writers and their Best Works, Part 2: 1871-Present

I collected over a dozen lists of the best writers and authors of all time and compiled them into one meta-list.  The resulting list (comprising two parts) includes every writer found on two or more of the original source lists, organized chronologically by author’s date of birth. The first line of each author entry includes the writer’s name, birth and death dates, the country or countries in which he or she worked, the language(s) in which he or she wrote, and the number of original source lists the writer.  Beneath the first line of each entry is a list (organized chronologically) of the writer’s most highly regarded literary works.  (I hope to complete illustrating the list with author portraits at some point in the future.)  The list below (Part 2) includes authors who were born after 1870 CE.  For authors born 1870 and earlier and after, see Best Writers and their Best Works, Part 1: 800 BCE – 1870.

MARCEL PROUST (1871-1922) [France] (French) (5)
In Search of Lost Time (Remembrance of Things Past) (1913-1927) [fiction: novels]

An undated photograph of Marcel Proust.

An undated photograph of Marcel Proust.

THEODORE DREISER (1871-1945) [US] (English) (2)
Sister Carrie (1900) [fiction: novel]
An American Tragedy (1925) [fiction: novel]

A 1933 photograph of Theodore Dreiser by Carl Van Vechten.

A 1933 photograph of Theodore Dreiser by Carl Van Vechten.

PAUL VALÉRY 1871-1945 (France) (French) (2)
Narcissus Speaks (Version 1: 1891, Version 2: 1920) [poetry]
Introduction to the Method of Leonardo da Vinci (1894) [non-fiction: essay]
The Evening With Monsieur Teste (1896) [non-fiction: essay]
La Jeune Parque (1917) [poetry]
Album of Ancient Verses (1920) [poetry collection]
The Graveyard by the Sea (1920) [poetry]
Charms (1922) [poetry collection]
My Faust (I. Lust II. The Only One) (1940) [drama]

An undated photograph of Paul Valéry.

An undated photograph of Paul Valéry.

WILLA CATHER (1873-1947) [US] (English) (4)
Paul’s Case (1905) [fiction: short story]
On the Gull’s Road (1908) [fiction: short story]
My Ántonia (1918) [fiction: novel]
A Lost Lady (1923) [fiction: novel]
The Professor’s House (1925) [fiction: novel]
Death Comes for the Archbishop (1927) [fiction: novel]

An undated photo of Willa Cather.

An undated photo of Willa Cather.

GERTRUDE STEIN (1874-1946) [US, France] [English] (3)
Three Lives (1909) [fiction: novellas]
Susie Asado (1912) [poetry]
Tender Buttons (1914) [poetry]
Stanzas in Meditation (1946) [poetry]
The Making of Americans (1906-1908, pub. 1925) [fiction: novel]
The Autobiography of Alice B. Toklas (1933) [non-fiction: biography]
Guillaume Apollinaire [poetry]

An undated photo of Gertrude Stein.

An undated photo of Gertrude Stein.

ROBERT FROST (1874-1963) [US] (English) (2)
Mending Wall (1914) [poetry]
After Apple-Picking (1914) [poetry]
The Road Not Taken (1916) [poetry]
An Old Man’s Winter Night (1916) [poetry]
Birches (1916) [poetry]
Out, Out (1916) [poetry]
The Oven Bird (1916) [poetry]
Design (1922) [poetry]
Fire and Ice (1923) [poetry]
Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening (1923) [poetry]
Acquainted With The Night (1928) [poetry]
Provide, Provide (1937) [poetry]
The Most of It (1942) [poetry]
The Gift Outright (1942) [poetry]
Directive (1947) [poetry]

An undated photo of Robert Frost.

An undated photo of Robert Frost.

W. SOMERSET MAUGHAM (1874–1965) (UK: England) (English) (3)
Of Human Bondage (1915) [fiction: novel]
The Moon and Sixpence (1919) [fiction: novel]
Rain (1921) [fiction: short story]
Footprints in the Jungle (1927) [fiction: short story]
The Razor’s Edge (1944) [fiction: novel]

A 1933 photo of W. Somerset Maugham. AP Photo.

A 1933 photo of W. Somerset Maugham. AP Photo.

RAINER MARIA RILKE (1875-1926) [Czech Republic, Austria] [German] (2)
Orpheus, Eurydice, Hermes (1904) [poetry]
New Poems: First Part and Other Part (1907) [poetry collection]
The Notebooks of Malte Laurids Brigge (1910) [fiction: autobiographical novel]
Duino Elegies (1912-1923) [poetry]
Selected Poetry (1894-1926) [poetry collection]

An 1897 photo of Rainer Maria Rilke.

An 1897 photo of Rainer Maria Rilke.

EDGAR RICE BURROUGHS (1875-1950) (US) (English) (3)
A Princess of Mars (Under the Moons of Stars) (1912, pub. 1917) [fiction: sci-fi novel]
Tarzan of the Apes (1912) [fiction: novel]
The Gods of Mars (1918) [fiction: sci-fi novel]
The Warlord of Mars (1919) [fiction: sci-fi novel]
The Land that Time Forgot (1924) [fiction: sci-fi novel]
Apache Devil (1933) [fiction: novel]

An undated photo of Edgar Rice Burroughs.

An undated photo of Edgar Rice Burroughs.

THOMAS MANN (1875-1955) [Germany] (German) (5)
Little Herr Friedemann (1896) [fiction: short story]
Buddenbrooks (1901) [fiction: novel]
Death in Venice (1912) [fiction: novella]
The Magic Mountain (1924) [fiction: novel]
Joseph and His Brothers (1933-1943) [fiction: novel]
Doctor Faustus (1947) [fiction: novel]

An undated photo of Thomas Mann.

An undated photo of Thomas Mann.

JACK LONDON (1876-1916) [US] (English) (3)
The Call of the Wild (1903) [fiction: novel]
The Sea-Wolf (1904) [fiction: novel]
White Fang (1906) [fiction: novel]
To Build a Fire (1908) [fiction: short story]
Martin Eden (1909) [fiction: novel]

A 1903 photo of Jack London.

A 1903 photo of Jack London.

HERMAN HESSE (1877-1962) [Germany, Switzerland] [German] (2)
Siddhartha (1922) [fiction: novel]
Steppenwolf (1927) [fiction: novel]
Narcissus and Goldmund (1930) [fiction: novel]
The Glass Bead Game (Magister Ludi) (1943) [fiction: novel]

An undated photo of Hermann Hesse.

An undated photo of Hermann Hesse.

WALLACE STEVENS (1879-1955) [US] (English) (3)
Peter Quince at the Clavier (1915) [poetry]
Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Blackbird
(1917) [poetry]
Anecdote of the Jar (1919) [poetry]
The Snow Man (1921) [poetry]
Tea at the Palaz of Hoon (1921) [poetry]
The Emperor of Ice Cream (1922) [poetry]
Sunday Morning 
(1923) [poetry]
The Idea of Order at Key West
(1934) [poetry]
Collected Poems (1921-1954) [poetry collection]

An undated photo of Wallace Stevens.

An undated photo of Wallace Stevens.

E.M. FORSTER (1879-1970) [UK] (English) (3)
Where Angels Fear to Tread (1905) [fiction: novel]
A Room With a View (1908) [fiction: novel]
The Machine Stops (1909) [fiction: short story]
Howards End (1910) [fiction: novel]
The Other Side of the Hedge (1911) [fiction: short story]
A Passage to India (1924) [fiction: novel]

An undated photograph of E.M. Forster.

An undated photograph of E.M. Forster.

ROBERT MUSIL (1880-1942) [Austria] (German) (2)
The Confusions of Young Törless (1906) [fiction: novel]
The Man Without Qualities (1930, 1933, 1943) [fiction: novel]

JAMES JOYCE (1882-1941) [Ireland] (English) (7)
Dubliners (1914) [fiction: short story collection]
Araby (1914) [fiction: short story]
The Dead (1914) [fiction: short story]
Eveline (1914) [fiction: short story]
The Sisters (1914) [fiction: short story]
Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man (1916) [fiction: novel]
Ulysses (1922) [fiction: novel]
Finnegan’s Wake (1939) [fiction: novel]

VIRGINIA WOOLF (1882-1941) [UK] (English) (8)
Kew Gardens (1919) [fiction: short story]
A Haunted House (1921) [fiction: short story]
Mrs. Dalloway (1925) [fiction: novel]
To the Lighthouse (1927) [fiction: novel]
A Room of One’s Own (1929) [non-fiction: essay]
Orlando: A Biography (1928) [fiction: novel]
The Waves (1931) [fiction: novel]
The Years (1937) [fiction: novel]
Between the Acts (1941) [fiction: novel]

SIGRID UNDSET 1882-1949 (Denmark/Norway) (Norwegian) (2)
Marta Oulie (1907) [fiction: novel]
(1911) [fiction: novel]
Kristin Lavransdatter
(1. The Wreath. 2. The Wife. 3. The Cross) (1920-1922) [fiction: novels]
The Master of Hestviken (1. The Axe. 2. The Snake Pit. 3. In the Wilderness. 4. The Son Avenger) (Olav Audunssøn) (1925-1927) [fiction: novels]

FRANZ KAFKA (1883-1924) [Czech Republic] [German] (6)
The Metamorphosis (1912, pub. 1915) [fiction: short story]
Amerika (1912, pub. 1927) [fiction: novel]
In the Penal Colony
(1914, pub. 1919) [fiction: short story]
The Trial (1914, pub. 1925) [fiction: novel]
The Blue Octavo Notebooks (1917-1919, pub. 1954) [non-fiction: journals]
A Hunger Artist (1922, pub. 1922) [fiction: short story]
The Castle (1922, pub. 1926) [fiction: novel]

WILLIAM CARLOS WILLIAMS (1883-1963) [US] (English) (3)
Danse Russe (1916) [poetry]
The Red Wheelbarrow (1923) [poetry]
This is Just to Say (1934) [poetry]
The Yachts (1935) [poetry]
The Use of Force (1938) [fiction: short story]
Paterson (1946-1958) [poetry]
The Dance (1962) [poetry]

D. H. LAWRENCE (1885-1930) [UK] (English) (8)
The Odour of Chrysanthemums (1911) [fiction: short story]
Sons and Lovers (1913) [fiction: novel]
The Prussian Officer (1914) [fiction: short story]
The Rainbow (1915) [fiction: novel]
Piano (1918) [poetry]
Women in Love (1920) [fiction: novel]
The Horse Dealer’s Daughter (1922) [fiction: short story]
Snake (1923) [poetry]
The Rocking-Horse Winner (1926) [fiction: short story]
Lady Chatterley’s Lover (1928) [fiction: novel]
Bavarian Gentians (1932) [poetry]
The Ship of Death (1933) [poetry]

ISAK DINESEN (Karen Blixen) (1885 – 1962) (Denmark) (Danish) (3)
Seven Gothic Tales (1934) [fiction: short story collection]
Out of Africa (1937) [non-fiction: memoir]
Winter’s Tales (1942) [fiction: short story collection]
Sorrow-Acre (1942) [fiction: short story]
The Angelic Avengers (1944) [fiction: novel]
Babette’s Feast (1952) [fiction: short story]
An Immortal Story (1958) [fiction: short story]

FRANÇOIS MAURIAC (1885-1970) (France) (French) (2)
Les Mains jointes (1909) [poetry collection]
A Kiss to the Leper (Le Baiser au lépreux) (1922) [fiction: novel]
Génitrix (1923) [fiction: novel]
The Desert of Love (Le Désert de l’amour) (1925) [fiction: novel]
Thérèse Desqueyroux (1927) [fiction: novel]
Vipers’ Tangle (Le Nœud de vipers) (1932) [fiction: novel]
The Frontenac Mystery (Le Mystère Frontenac) (1932) [fiction: novel]
Asmodée (1938) [drama]
A Woman of the Pharisees (La Pharisienne) (1941) [fiction: novel]
De Gaulle (1964) [non-fiction: biography]

EZRA POUND (1885-1972) [US, UK, Italy] (English) (2)
A Station of the Metro (1913) [poetry]
The Garden (1916) [poetry]
Personae: Collected Poems (1926) [poetry collection]
The Cantos (1917–1972) [poetry]
A Girl [poetry]

JUNICHIRO TANIZAKI 1886-1965 (Japan) (Japanese) (2)
The Tattooer (Shisei) (1910) [fiction: short story]
Naomi (Chijin no ai) (1924-1925) [fiction: novel]
Some Prefer Nettles (Tade kuu mushi) (1928–1929) [fiction: novel]
The Reed Cutter (Ashikari) (1932) [fiction: novel]
In Praise of Shadows ( In’ei Raisan) (1933) [non-fiction: essay]
A Portrait of Shunkin (Shunkinsho) (1933) [fiction: novel]
The Makioka Sisters (Sasameyuki) (1943–1948) [fiction: novel]
The Key (Kagi) (1956) [fiction: novel]
Diary of a Mad Old Man (Futen Rojin Nikki) (1961–1962) [fiction: short story]

EUGENE O’NEILL (1888-1953) [US] (English) (3)
Strange Interlude (1928) [drama]
Mourning Becomes Electra (1931) [drama]
The Iceman Cometh (1939) [drama]
Long Day’s Journey Into Night (1940) [drama]

RAYMOND CHANDLER (1888-1959) (US) (English) (2)
The Big Sleep (1939) [fiction: crime novel]
Farewell, My Lovely (1940) [fiction: crime novel]
The Lady in the Lake (1943) [fiction: crime novel]
The Little Sister (1949) [fiction: crime novel]
The Long Goodbye (1953) [fiction: crime novel]

T. S. ELIOT (1888-1965) [US, UK] (English) (5)
The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock (1915) [poetry]
La Figlia Che Piange (1917) [poetry]
Preludes (1920) [poetry]
Sweeney among the Nightingales 
(1920) [poetry]
The Waste Land (1922) [poetry]
The Hollow Men (1925) [poetry]
Sweeney Agonistes (1926) [drama]
Journey of the Magi (1927) [poetry]
Murder in the Cathedral (1935) [drama]
The Family Reunion (1939) [drama]
The Cocktail Party (1949) [drama]
Four Quartets (1945) [poetry]
The Confidential Clerk (1953) [drama]
Selected Essays (1939-1957) [non-fiction: essays]
The Elder Statesman (1958) [drama]

H.P. LOVECRAFT (1890-1937) [US] (English) (3)
The Dunwich Horror (1929) [fiction: short story]
At the Mountains of Madness (1936) [fiction: novella]

BORIS PASTERNAK (1890-1960) [USSR] (Russian) (2)
Winter Night (1946) [poetry]
Doctor Zhivago (1957) [fiction: novel]

AGATHA CHRISTIE (1890-1976) [UK] (English) (4)
The Murder of Roger Ackroyd (1926) [fiction: mystery novel]
Murder on the Orient Express (1934) [fiction: mystery novel]
The ABC Murders (1935) [fiction: mystery novel]
And Then There Were None (Ten Little N****rs) (1939) [fiction: mystery novel]
Five Little Pigs (1943) [fiction: mystery novel]
A Murder is Announced (1950) [fiction: mystery novel]
Endless Night (1967) [fiction: mystery novel]

MIKHAIL BULGAKOV (1891-1940) [USSR] (Russian) (2)
The Master and Margarita (1929-1939; pub. 1966) [fiction: novel]

HENRY MILLER (1891-1980) [US] (English) (3)
Tropic of Cancer (1934) [fiction: novel]
Black Spring (1936) [fiction: novel]
Tropic of Capricorn (1938) [fiction: novel]
The Colossus of Maroussi (1941) [fiction: novel]

J.R.R. TOLKIEN (1892-1973) [UK] (English) (6)
The Hobbit (1937) [fiction: fantasy novel]
The Lord of the Rings (1956) [fiction: fantasy novels]

PEARL BUCK (1892-1973) (US) (English) (2)
East Wind, West Wind (1930) [fiction: novel]
The Good Earth (1931) [fiction: novel]
Sons (1932) [fiction: novel]
A House Divided (1935) [fiction: novel]
China Sky (1941) [fiction: novel]
Dragon Seed (1942) [fiction: novel]
Imperial Woman (1956) [fiction: novel]
The Old Demon (pub. 1981) [fiction: short story]

ALDOUS HUXLEY (1894-1963) [UK] (English) (5)
Antic Hay (1923) [fiction: novel]
Point Counter Point (1928) [fiction: novel]
Brave New World
(1932) [fiction: novel]
Eyeless in Gaza (1936) [fiction: novel]

F. SCOTT FITZGERALD (1896-1940) [US] (English) (6)
This Side of Paradise (1920) [fiction: novel]
The Diamond as Big as the Ritz (1922) [fiction: short story]
The Curious Case of Benjamin Button (1922) [fiction: short story]
The Great Gatsby (1925) [fiction: novel]
Babylon Revisited (1930) [fiction: short story]
Tender is the Night (1934) [fiction: novel]

WILLIAM FAULKNER (1897-1962) [US] (English) (7)
The Sound and the Fury (1929) [fiction: novel]
As I Lay Dying (1930) [fiction: novel]
A Rose for Emily (1930) [fiction: short story]
That Evening Sun (That Evening Sun Go Down) (1931) [fiction: short story]
Dry September (1931) [fiction: short story]
Light in August (1932) [fiction: novel]
Absalom, Absalom! (1936) [fiction: novel]
Barn Burning (1939) [fiction: short story]
The Hamlet (1940) [fiction: novel]
A Fable (1954) [fiction: novel]

FEDERICO GARCÍA LORCA (1898-1936) [Spain] (Spanish) (3)
Gypsy Ballads (1927) [poetry]
Blood Wedding (1932) [drama]
Yerma (1934) [drama]
Lament for Ignacio Sanchez Mejias (1935) [poetry]
Selected Poems (1918-1936) [poetry collection]
The House of Bernarda Alba (1936) [drama]
The Unfaithful Wife [poetry]

BERTOLT BRECHT (1898-1956) [Germany] (German) (3)
The Threepenny Opera (1928) [drama]
Mack the Knife (1928) [drama: song lyric]
Galileo (1937-1939) [drama]
Mother Courage and Her Children (1938-1939) [drama]
The Good Woman of Setzuan (1939-1942) [drama]
The Caucasian Chalk Circle (1943-1945) [drama]
Radio Poem [poetry]
I Want To Go with the One I Love
On the Critical Attitude
Contemplating Hell
The Mask of Evil
To Be Read in the Morning and at Night
United Front Song

C.S. LEWIS (1898-1963) [UK] (English) (3)
The Screwtape Letters (1942) [fiction: novel]
The Abolition of Man (1943) [non-fiction: philosophy]
The Great Divorce (1945) [fiction: novel]
The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe (1950) [fiction: novel]
The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian (1951) [fiction: novel]
The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader (1952) [fiction: novel]
Mere Christianity (1952) [non-fiction: religion]
The Chronicles of Narnia: The Silver Chair (1953) [fiction: novel]
The Chronicles of Narnia: The Horse and His Boy (1954) [fiction: novel]
The Chronicles of Narnia: The Magician’s Nephew (1955) [fiction: novel]
Surprised by Joy: The Shape of My Early Life (1955) [non-fiction: autobiography]
The Chronicles of Narnia: The Last Battle (1956) [fiction: novel]
Till We Have Faces (1956) [fiction: novel]

ERNEST  HEMINGWAY (1899-1961) [US] (English) (8)
In Our Time (1925) [fiction: short story collection]
The Sun Also Rises
(1926) [fiction: novel]
Hills Like White Elephants 
(1927) [fiction: short story]
The Killers 
(1927) [fiction: short story]
A Farewell to Arms
(1929) [fiction: novel]
A Clean, Well-Lighted Place 
(1933) [fiction: short story]
A Day’s Wait 
(1933) [fiction: short story]
The Snows of Kilimanjaro
 (1936) [fiction: short story]
The Short Happy Life of Francis Macomber 
(1936) [fiction: short story]
For Whom The Bell Tolls
(1940) [fiction: novel]
The Old Man and the Sea
(1952) [fiction: novel]
Complete Short Stories (1923-1961) [fiction: short story collection]
A Moveable Feast (pub. 1964) [non-fiction: memoir]

YASUNARI KAWABATA (1899-1972) (Japan) (Japanese) (2)
The Dancing Girl of Izu (1926) [fiction: short story]
Snow Country (1935-1948) [fiction: novel]
A Thousand Cranes (1949-1952) [fiction: novel]
The Sound of the Mountain (1949-1954) [fiction: novel]
The Master of Go (1951-1954) [fiction: novel]
The House of the Sleeping Beauties (1961) [fiction: novella]
The Old Capital (1962) [fiction: novel]
One Arm (1964) [fiction: short story]

VLADIMIR NABOKOV (1899-1977) [Russia, Germany, US] [Russian, English] (6)
Terra Incognita (1931) [fiction: short story]
Spring in Fialta 
(1936) [fiction: short story]
Symbols and Signs (1948) [fiction: short story]
Speak, Memory
(1951) [non-fiction: memoir]
(1955) [fiction: novel]
Pale Fire (1962) [fiction: novel]
Ada or Ardor (1969) [fiction: novel]

JORGE LUIS BORGES (1899-1986) [Argentina] (Spanish) (6)
Tlon, Uqbar, Orbis Tertius (1940) [fiction: short story]
The Garden of Forking Paths (1941) [fiction: short story]
Ficciones (1944) [fiction: short story collection]
The Aleph (1945) [fiction: short story]
The Aleph and Other Stories (1949) [fiction: short story collection]
Dreamtigers (The Maker) (1960) [fiction/non-fiction: collection of stories/essays/poems]
Borges and I (1960) [fiction: short story]
A Personal Anthology (1961) [fiction/non-fiction: collection of stories/essays/poems]
Labyrinths (1962) [fiction/non-fiction: collection of stories/poems/essays]
In Praise of Darkness (1974) [poetry]

ANTOINE DE SAINT-EXUPÉRY (1900-1944) (France) (French) (2)
Southern Mail (1929) [fiction: novel]
Night Flight (1931) [fiction: novella]
Wind, Sand and Stars (1939) [non-fiction: memoir]
Flight To Arras (1942) [non-fiction: memoir]
The Little Prince (1943) [fiction: novella]
The Wisdom of the Sands (1948) [non-fiction: essays]

NÂZIM HIKMET (1902-1963) (Turkey) (Turkish) (2)
The Skull (1932) [drama]
Letter To My Wife (1933) [poetry]
The Forgotten Man (1935) [drama]
The Epic of Shaykh Bedreddin (1936) [poetry]
Today Is Sunday (1938) [poetry]
Human Landscapes from My Country (1941-1945, pub. 1966-67)
Angina Pectoris (1948) [poetry]
On Living (1948) [poetry]
Some Advice To Those Who Will Serve Time In Prison (1949) [poetry]
I Come and Stand at Every Door (The Little Girl) (1956) [poetry]
Things I Didn’t Know I Loved (1962) [poetry]
Don Quixote [poetry]
Hymn To Life [poetry]

LANGSTON HUGHES (1902-1967) [US] (English) (2)
Mother to Son (1920) [poetry]
The Negro Speaks of Rivers (1920) [poetry]
Suicide’s Note (1925) [poetry]
Dream Deferred (1951) [poetry]
Dreams [poetry]

JOHN STEINBECK (1902-1968) [US] (English) (7)
Of Mice and Men (1937) [fiction: novella]
The Leader of the People 
(1937) [fiction: short story]
The Chrysanthemums 
(1938) [fiction: short story]
(1938) [fiction: short story]
The Grapes of Wrath
(1940) [fiction: novel]
East of Eden (1952) [fiction: novella]

GEORGE ORWELL (1903-1950) [UK] (English) (9)
Burmese Days (1934) [fiction: novel]
Shooting An Elephant (1936) [fiction: short story]
Homage to Catalonia (1938) [non-fiction: memoir]
Animal Farm (1945) [fiction: novel]
Nineteen Eighty-Four (1949) [fiction: novel]

EVELYN WAUGH (1903-1966) [UK] (English) (2)
Vile Bodies (1930) [fiction: novel]
A Handful of Dust
(1934) [fiction: novel]
(1938) [fiction: novel]
Brideshead Revisited
(1945) [fiction: novel]

PABLO NERUDA (1904-1973) [Chile] (Spanish) (4)
Residence on Earth (Series I) (1925-1931, pub. 1933) [poetry collection]
Residence on Earth
(Series II) (1931-1935, pub. 1935) [poetry collection]
Walking Around (1935) [poetry]
Canto General (1943) [poetry]
Residence on Earth (Series III) (1935-1945, pub. 1947) [poetry collection]
If You Forget Me (1952) [poetry]
Poet’s Obligation (1961) [poetry]
Poetry (1964) [poetry]
Selected Poems (1923-1974) [poetry collection]

GRAHAM GREENE (1904-1991) [UK] (English) (2)
Brighton Rock (1938) [fiction: novel]
The Power and the Glory
(1940) [fiction: novel]
The Heart of the Matter (1948) [fiction: novel]
The Third Man (1949) [fiction: novella]
The End of the Affair
(1951) [fiction: novella]
The Quiet American
(1955) [fiction: novel]

ISAAC BASHEVIS SINGER 1904-1991 (Poland/US) (Yiddish) (3)
The Family Moskat (1950) [fiction: novel]
Gimpel the Fool (1953) [fiction: short story]
The Little Shoemakers (1957) [fiction: short story]
Yentl the Yeshiva Boy (1962) [fiction: short story]
Enemies: A Love Story (1966) [fiction: novel]
Henne Fire (1968) [fiction: short story]
The Cafeteria (1968) [fiction: short story]

DR. SEUSS (Theodor Seuss Geisel) (1904-1991) (US) (English) (2)
The 500 Hats of Bartholemew Cubbins (1938) [fiction: children’s literature]
Horton Hears a Who! (1954) [fiction: children’s literature]
The Cat in the Hat (1957) [fiction: children’s literature]
How the Grinch Stole Christmas! (1957) [fiction: children’s literature]
Green Eggs and Ham (1960) [fiction: children’s literature]
One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish (1960) [fiction: children’s literature]
The Lorax (1971) [fiction: children’s literature]
Oh, the Places You’ll Go (1990) [fiction: children’s literature]

JEAN-PAUL SARTRE (1905-1980) [France] (French) (4)
Nausea (1938) [fiction: novel]
The Wall (1939) [fiction: short story]
Being and Nothingness (1943) [non-fiction: philosophy]
No Exit
(1944) [drama]
The Age of Reason (Roads to Freedom I) (1945) [fiction: novel]
The Words (1964) [non-fiction: memoir]

AYN RAND (1905-1982) [Russia, US] [English] (2)
The Fountainhead (1943) [fiction: novel]
Atlas Shrugged (1957) [fiction: novel]

MIKHAIL SHOLOKHOV (1905-1984) (Russia) (Russian) (2)
Tales of the Don (1925) [fiction: short story collection]
And Quiet Flows the Don (1926-1940) [fiction: novel]
Virgin Soil Upturned I: Seeds of Tomorrow (1932) [fiction: novel]
They Fought for their Country (1942) [fiction: novel]
The Fate of a Man (1957) [fiction: novella]
Virgin Soil Upturned II: Harvest on the Don
(1960) [fiction: novel]

ELIAS CANETTI (1905-1994) (Bulgaria/Austria/Switzerland) (German) (2)
The Wedding (Hochzeit) (1932) [drama]
Auto-da-Fé (Die Blendung; Tower of Babel) (1935) [fiction: novel]
The Comedy of Vanity (Komödie der Eitelkeit) (1950) [drama]
Crowds and Power (Masse und Macht) (1960) [non-fiction: sociology]
Their Days Are Numbered (Die Befristeten) (1956) [drama]
Earwitness: Fifty Characters (1974) [non-fiction: character studies]
The Tongue Set Free (Die gerettete Zunge) (1977) [non-fiction: autobiography]
The Torch in My Ear (Die Fackel im Ohr) (1980) [non-fiction: autobiography]
The Play of the Eyes (Das Augenspiel) (1985) [non-fiction: autobiography]

SAMUEL BECKETT (1906-1989) [Ireland, France] [English, French] (6)
Murphy (1938) [fiction: novel]
(1945) [fiction: novel]
First Love
 (1946, pub. 1973)
Molloy, Malone Dies, The Unnameable (Three Novels) (1951-1953) [fiction: novel]
Waiting for Godot
(1953) [drama]
Endgame (1957) [drama]
Krapp’s Last Tape (1958) [drama]
How It Is (1961) [fiction: novel]

W. H. AUDEN (1907-1973) [UK, US] (English) (2)
Funeral Blues (1938) [poetry]
Musée Des Beaux Arts 
(1938) [poetry]
Lullaby (1940) [poetry]
In Memory of W.B. Yeats 
(1940) [poetry]

ROBERT HEINLEIN (1907-1988) (US) (English) (2)
Starship Troopers (1959) [fiction: sci-fi novel]
Stranger in a Strange Land (1961) [fiction: sci-fi novel]
The Moon is a Harsh Mistress (1966) [fiction: sci-fi novel]
The Past Through Tomorrow (1967) [fiction: short story collection]
Time Enough for Love (1973) [fiction: sci-fi novel]

RICHARD WRIGHT (1908-1960) [US] (English) (2)
Native Son (1940) [fiction: novel]
Black Boy (1945) [non-fiction: memoir]
Almos’ a Man (The Man who was Almost a Man) (1961) [fiction: short story]

JAMES AGEE (1909-1955) (US) (English) (2)
Permit Me Voyage (1934) [poetry]
Let Us Now Praise Famous Men (1941) [non-fiction: journalism]
The African Queen (1951) [fiction: screenplay]
A Mother’s Tale (1952) [fiction: short story]
The Night of the Hunter (1954) [fiction: screenplay]
A Death in the Family (1957) [fiction: novel]

MALCOLM LOWRY (1909-1957) [UK] (English) (2)
Under the Volcano (1947) [fiction: novel]

EUDORA WELTY (1909-2001) (US) (English) (2)
Death of a Traveling Salesman (1936) [fiction: short story]
A Curtain of Green (1941) [fiction: short story collection]
A Worn Path (1941) [fiction: short story]
The Hitch-Hikers (1941) [fiction: short story]
Why I Live at the P.O. (1941) [fiction: short story]
Petrified Man (1941) [fiction: short story]
The Robber Bridegroom (1942) [fiction: novella]
The Golden Apples (1949) [fiction: short story collection]
Where Is the Voice Coming From? (1963) [fiction: short story]
The Optimist’s Daughter (1972) [fiction: novel]
One Writer’s Beginnings (1984) [non-fiction: memoir]

TENNESSEE WILLIAMS (1911-1983) [US] (English) (2)
The Glass Menagerie (1944) [drama]
A Streetcar Named Desire
(1947) [drama]
Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (1955) [drama]

WILLIAM GOLDING (1911-1993) (UK: England) (English) (3)
Poems (1934) [poetry collection]
Lord of the Flies (1954) [fiction: novel]
The Inheritors (1955) [fiction: novel]
Pincher Martin (1956) [fiction: novel]
Free Fall (1959) [fiction: novel]
The Spire (1964) [fiction: novel]
The Pyramid (1967) [fiction: novel]
Rites of Passage (1980) [fiction: novel]

CZESŁAW MIŁOSZ 1911-2004 (Poland) (Polish) (3)
Poem in Frozen Time (1933) [poetry collection]
The World (A Naive Poem) (1943) [poetry]
A Song on the End of the World
(1944) [poetry]
Dedication (1945) [poetry]
Rescue (1948) [poetry collection]
The Captive Mind (1953) [non-fiction: political philosophy]
Seizure of Power (1953) [fiction: novel]
The Issa Valley (1955) [fiction: novel]
Native Realm: A Search for Self-Definition (1959) [non-fiction: memoir]
Visions from San Francisco Bay (1969) [non-fiction: essays]
Ars Poetica? (1974) [poetry]
The Land of Ulro (1977) [non-fiction: memoir/philosophy]
The Witness of Poetry (1982) [non-fiction: criticism]
And Yet the Books (1986) [poetry]
Conversation with Jeanne (1992) [poetry]
A Poem for the End of the Century (1992) [poetry]
Beginning with My Streets: Essays and Recollections (1992) [non-fiction: essays/memoir]

NAGUIB MAHFOUZ (1911-2006 ) (Egypt) (Arabic) (3)
Midaq Alley (1947) [fiction: novel]
The Cairo Trilogy I: Palace Walk (1956) [fiction: novel]
The Cairo Trilogy II: Palace of Desire (1957) [fiction: novel]
The Cairo Trilogy III: Sugar Street (1957) [fiction: novel]
Children of the Alley (Children of Gebelawi) (1959) [fiction: novel]
The Thief and the Dogs (1961) [fiction: novel]
Miramar (1967) [fiction: novel]
Respected Sir (1975) [fiction: novel]
Akhenaten: Dweller in Truth (1985) [fiction: novel]

ALBERT CAMUS (1913-1960) [Algeria, France] (French) (4)
The Stranger (1942) [fiction: novel]
The Plague (1947) [fiction: novel]
The Rebel (1951) [non-fiction: philosophy/essays]
The Fall (1956) [fiction: novel]

ROBERT HAYDEN (1913-1980) [US] (English) (2)
Frederick Douglass (1946) [poetry]
Middle Passage (1946) [poetry]
Mourning Poem for the Queen of Sunday (1949) [poetry]
Those Winter Sundays (1962) [poetry]
Runagate Runagate (1962) [poetry]
The Whipping (1962) [poetry]
A Ballad of Remembrance (1962) [poetry collection]
El-hajj Malik El-shabazz (malcolm X) (1970) [poetry]
Collected Poems (1985) [poetry collection]

JOHN BERRYMAN (1914-1972) (US) (English) (2)
The Dispossessed (1948) [poetry]
The Ball Poem (1948) [poetry]
The Traveler (1948) [poetry]
Homage to Mistress Bradstreet (1953) [poetry]
77 Dream Songs (1964) [poetry collection]
Dream Song 1: Huffy Henry hid the day (1964) [poetry]
Dream Song 10 There were strange gatherings. A vote would come (1964) [poetry]
Dream Song 14: Life, friends, is boring. (1964) [poetry]
Dream Song 29: There sat down, once, a thing on Henry’s heart (1964) [poetry]
Dream Song 31: Henry Hankovitch, con guitar… (1964) [poetry]
Dream Song 106: 28 July (1969) [poetry]

JULIO CORTÁZAR (1914-1984) [Argentina] (Spanish) (2)
Casa Tomada (A House Taken Over) (1946) [fiction: short story]
Los Reyes
(The Kings) (1949) [drama]
Bestiario (Bestiary) (1951) [fiction: short story collection]
Bestiary (1951) [fiction: short story]
Final del juego (1956) [fiction: short story collection]
The Continuity of Parks (1956) [fiction: short story]
Secret Weapons (1959) [fiction: short story collection]
Las Babas del Diablo (Blow-Up) (1959) [fiction: short story]
The Pursuer (1959) [fiction: short story]
Los Premios (The Winners) (1960) [fiction: novel]
(Hopscotch) (1963) [fiction: novel]
Todos los fuegos el fuego (All the Fires the Fire) (1966) [fiction: short story collection]
The Night Face Up (1967) [fiction: short story]

RALPH ELLISON (1914-1994) [US] (English) (2)
Invisible Man (1952) [fiction: novel]
Shadow and Act (1964) [non-fiction: essays]
Going to the Territory (1986) [non-fiction: essays]
Flying Home and Other Stories (1996) [fiction: short story collection]
Juneteenth (1999) [fiction: novel]

WILLIAM BURROUGHS (1914-1997) [US] (English) (2)
Queer (1951-1953, pub. 1985) [fiction: novel]
(1953) [fiction: novel]
Naked Lunch (1959) [fiction: novel]
The Soft Machine (Nova Trilogy I) (1961) [fiction: novel]
The Ticket That Exploded (Nova Trilogy II) (1962) [fiction: novel]
Nova Express (Nova Trilogy III) (1964) [fiction: novel]
The Wild Boys: A Book of the Dead (1971) [fiction: novel]
Exterminator! (1973) [fiction: short story collection]
Cities of the Red Night (Red Night Trilogy I) (1981) [fiction: novel]
The Place of Dead Roads (Red Night Trilogy I) (1983) [fiction: novel]
The Western Lands (Red Night Trilogy I) (1987) [fiction: novel]

SAUL BELLOW (1915-2005) [US] (English) (3)
The Adventures of Augie March (1953) [fiction: novel]
Seize the Day (1956) [fiction: novel]
Henderson the Rain King (1959) [fiction: novel]
Herzog (1964) [fiction: novel]
Humboldt’s Gift (1975) [fiction: novel]

ARTHUR MILLER (1915-2005) [US] (English) (2)
All My Sons (1947) [drama]
Death of a Salesman
(1949) [drama]
The Crucible (1952) [drama]
A View from the Bridge (1955) [drama]

ROALD DAHL (1916-1990) (UK: Wales) (English) (3)
Beware of the Dog (1944) [fiction: short story]
A Man from the South (1948) [fiction: short story]
The Landlady (1959) [fiction: short story]
James and the Giant Peach (1961) [fiction: children’s literature]
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
(1964) [fiction: children’s literature]
Fantastic Mr Fox
(1970) [fiction: children’s literature]
(1982) [fiction: children’s literature]
The Witches
(1983) [fiction: children’s literature]
(1988) [fiction: children’s literature]
Esio Trot
(1989) [fiction: children’s literature]

CARSON MCCULLERS (1917-1967) [US] (English) (3)
The Heart is a Lonely Hunter (1940) [fiction: novel]
Reflections in a Golden Eye (1941) [fiction: novel]
Madame Zilensky and the King of Finland (1941) [fiction: short story]
The Member of the Wedding (1946) [fiction: novel]
The Ballad of the Sad Café (1951) [fiction: novella]

ROBERT LOWELL 1917-1977 (US) (English) (2)
My Last Afternoon with Uncle Devereux Winslow (1959) [poetry]
For the Union Dead (1964) [poetry]
Epilogue (1977) [poetry]

HEINRICH BÖLL (1917-1985) (Germany) (German) (2)
Christmas Every Day (Christmas Not Just Once a Year) (1951) [fiction: short story]
Murke’s Collected Silences (1955) [fiction: short story]
Like a Bad Dream (1956) [fiction: short story]
Billiards at Half-Past Nine (1959) [fiction: novel]
The Clown (1963) [fiction: novel]
The Laugher (1966) [fiction: short story]
Group Portrait with Lady (1971) [fiction: novel]
The Safety Net (1979) [fiction: novel]

ANTHONY BURGESS (John Anthony Burgess Wilson) (1917-1993) [UK] (English) (2)
A Clockwork Orange (1962) [fiction: novel]
The Wanting Seed (1962) [fiction: novel]
Inside Mr. Enderby (1963) [fiction: novel]
Shakespeare (1970) [non-fiction: biography]
Earthly Powers (1980) [fiction: novel]
Little Wilson and Big God (1987) [non-fiction: autobiography]
You’ve Had Your Time (1990) [non-fiction: autobiography]

ALEKSANDR SOLZHENITSYN 1918-2008 (Russia) (Russian) (3)
One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich (1962) [fiction: novel]
The First Circle (1968) [fiction: novel]
The Cancer Ward (1968) [fiction: novel]
The Gulag Archipelago 1918-1956 (1973-1975) [non-fiction: history]

J. D. SALINGER (1919-2010) [US] (English) (4)
A Perfect Day for a Bananafish (1949) [fiction: short story]
For Esmé – with Love and Squalor (1950) [fiction: short story]
The Catcher in the Rye (1951) [fiction: novel]
Nine Stories (1953) [fiction: short story collection]
Franny and Zooey (1961) [fiction: novellas]
Raise High The Roof Beam, Carpenters and Seymour: An Introduction (1963) [fiction: novellas]

DORIS LESSING 1919-2013 (UK) (English) (3)
The Grass is Singing (1950) [fiction: novel]
Martha Quest (1952) [fiction: sci-fi novel]
The Habit of Loving (1957) [fiction: short story]
The Golden Notebook (1962) [fiction: novel]
To Room Nineteen (1978) [fiction: short story]
The Good Terrorist (1985) [fiction: novel]
The Fifth Child (1988) [fiction: novel]
Under My Skin (1994) [non-fiction: autobiography]

ISAAC ASIMOV (1920-1992) [Russia, US] [English] (3)
Nightfall (1941) [fiction: short story]
I, Robot (1950) [fiction: short story collection]
The Stars, Like Dust (1951) [fiction: sci-fi novel]
Foundation (Foundation Trilogy I) (1951) [fiction: sci-fi novel]
Foundation and Empire (Foundation Trilogy II) (1952) [fiction: sci-fi novel]
Second Foundation (Foundation Trilogy III) (1953) [fiction: sci-fi novel]
The Caves of Steel (1954) [fiction: sci-fi novel]
The End of Eternity (1955) [fiction: sci-fi novel]
The Last Question (1956) [fiction: short story]
The Naked Sun (1957) [fiction: sci-fi novel]
The Gods Themselves (1972) [fiction: sci-fi novel]

CHARLES BUKOWSKI (1920-1994) (Germany/US) (English) (4)
Notes of a Dirty Old Man (1969) [non-fiction: essays]
Post Office (1971) [fiction: novel]
Factotum (1975) [fiction: novel]
Women (1978) [fiction: novel]
Ham on Rye (1982) [fiction: novel]
Hot Water Music (1983) [fiction: short story collection]
The Last Night of the Earth Poems (1990) [poetry collection]

RAY BRADBURY (1920-2012) [US] (English) (2)
The Martian Chronicles (1950) [fiction: short story collection]
The Veldt (1950) [fiction: short story]
The Illustrated Man (1951) [fiction: short story collection]
A Sound of Thunder (1952) [fiction: short story]
Fahrenheit 451 (1953) [fiction: sci-fi novel]
The Golden Apples of the Sun (1953) [fiction: short story collection]
Dandelion Wine (1957) [fiction: novel]
Something Wicked This Way Comes (1962) [fiction: fantasy novel]

JACK KEROUAC (1922-1969) [US] (English) (4)
On the Road (1957) [fiction: novel]
Desolation Angels (1957?, pub. 1965) [fiction: novel]
The Dharma Bums (1958) [fiction: novel]
Big Sur (1962) [fiction: novel]

KURT VONNEGUT, JR. (1922-2007) [US] (English) (4)
The Sirens of Titan (1959) [fiction: sci-fi novel]
Mother Night (1961) [fiction: novel]
Harrison Bergeron (1961) [fiction: short story]
Cat’s Cradle (1963) [fiction: novel]
Slaughterhouse-Five (1969) [fiction: novel]
Breakfast of Champions (1973) [fiction: novel]

ITALO CALVINO (1923-1985) (Cuba/Italy) (Italian) (2)
All At One Point (1965) [fiction: short story]
Invisible Cities (1972) [fiction: novel]
If on a Winter’s Night A Traveler (1979) [fiction: novel]

JOSEPH HELLER (1923-1999) [US] (English) (3)
Catch-22 (1961) [fiction: novel]

NORMAN MAILER (1923-2007) (US) (English) (2)
The Naked and the Dead (1948) [fiction: novel]
Advertisements for Myself (1959) [fiction/non-fiction: stories/essays]
The Armies of the Night (1968) [non-fiction novel]
The Executioner’s Song (1979) [non-fiction novel]

NADINE GORDIMER (1923-2014) (South Africa) (English) (2)
The Conservationist (1974) [fiction: novel]
Burger’s Daughter (1979) [fiction: novel]
July’s People (1981) [fiction: novel]

TRUMAN CAPOTE (1924-1984) [US] (English) (2)
Miriam (1945) [fiction: short story]
Breakfast at Tiffany’s (1958) [fiction: novel]
In Cold Blood (1966) [non-fiction novel]

JAMES BALDWIN (1924-1987) [US] (English) (3)
Go Tell It on the Mountain (1953) [fiction: novel]
Notes of a Native Son (1955) [non-fiction: essays]
Sonny’s Blues (1957) [fiction: short story]

FLANNERY O’CONNOR (1925-1964) [US] (English) (6)
Wise Blood (1952) [fiction: novel]
A Good Man Is Hard to Find (1953) [fiction: short story]
The Artificial Nigger (1955) [fiction: short story]
Good Country People (1955) [fiction: short story]
The Violent Bear It Away (1960) [fiction: novel]
Parker’s Back (1965) [fiction: short story]
Complete Stories (1971) [fiction: short story collection]

ALLEN GINSBERG (1926-1997) [US] (English) (2)
Sunflower Sutra (1955) [poetry]
A Supermarket in California (1956) [poetry]
Howl (1956) [poetry]
America (1956) [poetry]

HARPER LEE (1926 -) [US] (English) (3)
To Kill a Mockingbird (1960) [fiction: novel]

GÜNTER GRASS 1927-2015 (Germany) (German) (3)
The Tin Drum (1959) [fiction: novel]
Cat and Mouse (1961) [fiction: novel]
Peeling the Onion (2006) [non-fiction: memoir]

GABRIEL GARCÍA MÁRQUEZ (1927- ) [Colombia] (Spanish) (6)
The Very Old Man with Enormous Wings (1955) [fiction: short story]
One Hundred Years of Solitude (1967) [fiction: novel]
Autumn of the Patriarch (1975) [fiction: novel]
Love in the Time of Cholera (1985) [fiction: novel]

PHILIP K. DICK (1928-1982) [US] (English) (2)
Second Variety (1953) [fiction: short story]
The Man in the High Castle (1961, pub. 1962) [fiction: sci-fi novel]
The Three Stigmata of Palmer Eldritch (1964, pub. 1965) [fiction: sci-fi novel]
We Can Remember It For You Wholesale (1966) [fiction: short story]
Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? (1966, pub. 1968) [fiction: sci-fi novel]
Ubik (1966, pub. 1969) [fiction: sci-fi novel]
A Scanner Darkly (1973, pub. 1977) [fiction: sci-fi novel]

MAYA ANGELOU (1928- ) [US] (English) (2)
I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings (1969) [non-fiction: memoir]
Phenomenal Woman (1978) [poetry]
Still I Rise (1978) [poetry]
Caged Bird (1983) [poetry]

HAROLD PINTER (1930-2008) [UK] (English) (2)
The Birthday Party (1957) [drama]
The Caretaker (1959) [drama]
The Dumb Waiter (1957) [drama]
The Homecoming (1964) [drama]
Betrayal (1978) [drama]

J.G. BALLARD (1930-2009) (UK: England) (English) (2)
The Drowned World (1962) [fiction: sci-fi novel]
The Crystal World (1966) [fiction: sci-fi novel]
Crash (1973) [fiction: novel]
Concrete Island (1974) [fiction: novel]
High Rise (1975) [fiction: novel]
Empire of the Sun (1984) [fiction: novel]

DEREK WALCOTT (1930- ) [St. Lucia] [English] (2)
Love After Love (1976) [poetry]
The Schooner ‘Flight’ (1980) [poetry]
The Season of Phantasmal Peace (1981) [poetry]
Omeros (1990) [poetry]

JOHN LE CARRÉ (1931- ) [UK] (English) (2)
The Spy Who Came In From the Cold (1963) [fiction: spy novel]
Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy (1974) [fiction: spy novel]

TONI MORRISON (1931- ) [US] (English) (6)
The Bluest Eye (1970)  [fiction: novel]
Sula (1973)  [fiction: novel]
Song of Solomon (1977) [fiction: novel]
Beloved (1987) [fiction: novel]
Jazz (1992) [fiction: novel]
A Mercy (2008) [fiction: novel]

ALICE MUNRO (1931- ) (Canada) (English) (2)
The Beggar Maid (Who Do You Think You Are?) (1978) [fiction: short story collection]
Fits (1986) [fiction: short story]
Friend of My Youth (1990) [fiction: short story]
The Love of a Good Woman (1998) [fiction: short story collection]
The Bear Came Over the Mountain (1999) [fiction: short story]
Family Furnishings (2001) [fiction: short story]
Runaway (2003) [fiction: short story]
Runaway (2004) [fiction: short story collection]
Dimension (2006) [fiction: short story]
Dear Life (2012) [fiction: short story collection]

TOM WOLFE (1931- ) (US) (English) (2)
The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test (1968) [non-fiction: journalism]
The Right Stuff (1979) [non-fiction: history]
The Bonfire of the Vanities (1987) [fiction: novel]
A Man in Full (1998) [fiction: novel]

SYLVIA PLATH (1932-1963) [US] (English) (4)
The Bell Jar (1963) [fiction: novel]
The Colossus (1960) [poetry]
Daddy (1962) [poetry]
Lady Lazarus 
(1962) [poetry]

V.S. NAIPAUL (1932- ) (Trinidad and Tobago/UK) (English) (2)
Miguel Street (1959) [fiction: short story collection]
A House for Mr. Biswas (1961) [fiction: novel]
An Area of Darkness (1965) [non-fiction: travel/sociology]
The Mimic Men (1967) [fiction: novel]
In a Free State (1971) [fiction: short story collection]
India: A Wounded Civilization (1977) [non-fiction: travel/sociology]
A Bend in the River (1979) [fiction: novel]
Among the Believers: An Islamic Journey (1981) [non-fiction: travel/sociology]
The Enigma of Arrival (1987) [fiction: novel]
India: A Million Mutinies Now (1990) [non-fiction: travel/sociology]
A Way in the World (1994) [fiction: novel]
Beyond Belief: Islamic Excursions Among the Converted Peoples (1998) [non-fiction: travel/sociology]

(1933- ) [US] (English) (3)

Child of God (1973) [fiction: novel]
Blood Meridian (1985) [fiction: novel]
All the Pretty Horses (1992) [fiction: novel]
The Crossing (1994) [fiction: novel]
Cities of the Plain (1998) [fiction: novel]
No Country for Old Men (2005) [fiction: novel]
The Road (2006) [fiction: novel]

WOLE SOYINKA (1934- ) (Nigeria) (English) (2)
The Lion and the Jewel (1959, pub. 1963) [drama]
A Dance of the Forests (1960, pub. 1963) [drama]
The Trials of Brother Jero (1960, pub. 1963) [drama]
The Interpreters (1964) [fiction: novel]
Kongi’s Harvest (1966, pub. 1967) [drama]
Telephone Conversation (1967) [poetry]
Poems from Prison (A Shuttle in the Crypt) (1969) [poetry]
The Man Died: Prison Notes of Wole Soyinka (1972) [non-fiction: memoir]
Madmen and Specialists (1970; pub. 1971) [drama]
The Season of Anomy (1973) [fiction: novel]
Death and the King’s Horseman (1975) [drama]
Aké: The Years of Childhood (1981) [non-fiction: autobiography]
Funeral Sermon, Soweto (1988) [poetry]

MARIO VARGAS LLOSA (1936- ) (Peru) (Spanish) (3)
The Challenge (1958) [fiction: short story]
The Time of the Hero (The City and the Dogs) (1962) [fiction: novel]
The Green House (1966) [fiction: novel]
Conversation in the Cathedral (1969) [fiction: novel]
Aunt Julia and the Scriptwriter (1977) [fiction: novel]
The War of the End of the World (1981) [fiction: novel]
The Feast of the Goat (2000) [fiction: novel]
The Bad Girl (2006) [fiction: novel]

HUNTER S. THOMPSON (1937-2005) [US] (English) (3)
Hell’s Angels: A Strange and Terrible Saga (1966) [non-fiction: journalism]
Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas: A Savage Journey to the Heart of the American Dream (1971) [non-fiction: journalism]
Fear and Loathing: On the Campaign Trail ’72 (1973) [non-fiction: journalism]

(1937- ) [US] (English) (4)

V. (1963) [fiction: novel]
The Crying of Lot 49 (1966) [fiction: novel]
Gravity’s Rainbow (1973) [fiction: novel]
Mason & Dixon (1997) [fiction: novel]

MARGARET ATWOOD (1939- ) [Canada] (English) (4)
This is a Photograph of Me (1964) [poetry]
Surfacing (1972) [fiction: novel]
Siren Song (1974) [poetry]
Backdrop Addresses Cowboy (1974) [poetry]
Rape Fantasies (1977) [fiction: short story]
The Handmaid’s Tale (1985) [fiction: novel]
Variation on the Word Sleep (1986) [poetry]
Death by Landscape (1990) [fiction: short story]
Helen of Troy Does Countertop Dancing (1995) [poetry]
The Moment (1995) [poetry]
Morning in the Burned House (1995) [poetry]
In the Secular Night (1995) [poetry]
The Blind Assassin (2000) [fiction: novel]

J.M. COETZEE (1940- ) (South Africa/Australia) (English) (2)
Waiting for the Barbarians (1980) [fiction: novel]
Life & Times of Michael K (1983) [fiction: novel]
Foe (1986) [fiction: novel]
Disgrace (1999) [fiction: novel]

ERICA JONG (1942- ) (US) (English) (2)
Fear of Flying (1973) [fiction: novel]

JOHN IRVING (1942- ) [US] (English) (2)
The World According to Garp (1978) [fiction: novel]
The Cider House Rules (1985) [fiction: novel]
A Prayer For Owen Meany (1989) [fiction: novel]

STEPHEN KING (1947 – ) [US] (English) (5)
Salem’s Lot (1975) [fiction: novel]
The Shining (1977) [fiction: novel]
The Stand (1978) [fiction: novel]
The Dead Zone (1979) [fiction: novel]
Different Seasons (1982) [fiction: novellas]
It (1986) [fiction: novel]
Misery (1987) [fiction: novel]
The Dark Tower IV: Wizard and Glass (1997) [fiction: novel]

SALMAN RUSHDIE (1947- ) [India, UK] [English] (2)
Midnight’s Children (1981) [fiction: novel]
The Satanic Verses (1988) [fiction: novel]
The Moor’s Last Sigh (1995) [fiction: novel]
The Ground Beneath Her Feet (1999) [fiction: novel]
Shalimar the Clown (2005) [fiction: novel]

TERRY PRATCHETT (1948-2015) (UK: England) (English) (2)
The Color of Magic (1983) [fiction: fantasy novels]
Mort (1987) [fiction: fantasy novels]
Equal Rites (1987) [fiction: fantasy novels]
Guards! Guards! (1989) [fiction: fantasy novels]
Small Gods (1992) [fiction: fantasy novels]
Night Watch (2002) [fiction: fantasy novels]
Going Postal (2004) [fiction: fantasy novels]

MARTIN AMIS (1949- ) [UK] (English) (2)
Money: A Suicide Note (1984) [fiction: novel]
London Fields (1989) [fiction: novel]
Time’s Arrow (1991) [fiction: novel]
The Information (1995) [fiction: novel]
Experience: A Memoir (2000) [non-fiction: memoir]

HARUKI MURAKAMI (1949- ) [Japan] (Japanese) (3)
The Elephant Vanishes (1985) [fiction: short story]
Hard-Boiled Wonderland and the End of the World (1985) [fiction: novel]
Norwegian Wood (1987) [fiction: novel]
Dance Dance Dance
(1988) [fiction: novel]
The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle (1995) [fiction: novel]
Kafka On the Shore (2002) [fiction: novel]
1Q84 (2009) [fiction: novel]

DOUGLAS ADAMS  (1952-2001) [UK] (English) (3)
The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy (1979) [fiction: sci-fi novel]

JOHN GRISHAM (1955- ) (US) (English) (2)
A Time to Kill (1989) [fiction: legal thriller novel]
The Firm (1991) [fiction: legal thriller novel]
The Client (1993) [fiction: legal thriller novel]
The Rainmaker (1995) [fiction: legal thriller novel]
The Runaway Jury (1996) [fiction: legal thriller novel]
The Partner (1997) [fiction: legal thriller novel]
The Testament (1999) [fiction: legal thriller novel] 

MARTINA COLE (1959- ) (UK: England) (English) (2)
Dangerous Lady (1992) [fiction: crime novel]
The Ladykiller (1993) [fiction: crime novel]
The Graft (2003) [fiction: crime novel]
The Faithless (2011) [fiction: crime novel]

DAVID FOSTER WALLACE (1962-2008) (US) (English) (2)
Infinite Jest (1996) [fiction: novel]
A Supposedly Fun Thing I’ll Never Do Again (1997) [non-fiction: essays]
Brief Interviews with Hideous Men (1999) [fiction: short story collection]
Consider the Lobster: And Other Essays (2005) [non-fiction: essays]

CHUCK PALAHNIUK (1962- ) (Ukraine/US) (English) (3)
Fight Club (1996) [fiction: novel]
Invisible Monsters (1999) [fiction: novel]
Survivor (1999) [fiction: novel]
Lullaby (2002) [fiction: novel]
Rant: The Oral Biography of Buster Casey (2007) [fiction: novel]

J.K. ROWLING (1965- ) [UK] (English) (4)
Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone (Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone) (1997) [fiction: children’s literature]
Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (1998) [fiction: children’s literature]
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (1999) [fiction: children’s literature]
Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (2000) [fiction: children’s literature]
Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix (2003) [fiction: children’s literature]
Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince (2005) [fiction: children’s literature]
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows (2007) [fiction: children’s literature]