Additional Sources: Works by the Pioneers

Many of the pioneers included in this resource produced their own writing (film reviews, novels, etc.). This bibliography is an expanding space for these sources, which might not otherwise be included in the career profile’s bibliography.

Iris Barry  (United Kingdom & United States)

Books

Barry, Iris. D.W. Griffith, American Film Master. New York: Doubleday, 1940.

——. Here is Thy Victory. London: Elkin Matthews and Marrot, 1930.

——. Let’s Go to the Pictures. London: Payson and Clarke, Ltd., 1926.  Republished as Let’s Go to The Movies. New York: Arno Press/New York Times, 1972.

——. The Motion Picture: A Selected Booklist. Chicago: American Library Association, 1946.

——. Portrait of Lady Mary. London: Hazell, Watson and Viney, Ltd., 1928.

——. The Scientific Dream Book and Dictionary of Dreams. New York: Brewer, Warren & Putnam, 1932.  [Ghost-written, with Alan Porter, as “Jonathan Westerfield.”]

——. Splashing into Society. London: Constable, 1923.

Bardeche, Maurice and Robert Brasillach. The History of Motion Pictures. Trans. Iris Barry. New York: W.W. Norton and the Museum of Modern Art, 1938.

Reboux, Paul. Diet for Epicures. Trans. Iris Barry. New York: Brentano’s, 1932.

Articles/Film Reviews

Barry, Iris. “Actors Who Dream of Films.” Daily Mail (24 November 1927): 10.

——. “America’s Giant Cinema.” Daily Mail (21 November 1927):10

——. “The Beggar’s Opera.” National Board of Review Magazine (June 1931): 11 -13.

——. “Ben-Hur at the Tivoli.” Spectator (20 November 1926): 898.

——. “Ben-Hur at the Tivoli. Mademoiselle from Armetières at the Marble Arch Pavilion.” Spectator (13 November 1926): 43-4.

——. “The Big Parade.” Spectator (5 June 1926): 946-4.

——. “A Brief History of the American Film, 1895 -1938.” Trois siècles d’art aux États-Unis. Paris: Éditions des Musées Nationaux, 1938. 97-101.

——. “The British Film Situation I: Decline and Fall.” Spectator (9 January 1926): 43.

——. “The British Film Situation II: The Plight and the Remedy.” Spectator (23 January 1926): 123-4.

——. “The British Film Weeks.” Spectator (2 February 1924): 171.

——. “British Film, The Quota and Reciprocity.” Spectator (24 April 1926): 755-6.

——. “The Challenge” [poem]. Included in C.A. Lejeune, “Can Piccadilly do Without Hollywood?” The New York Times (24 August 1947): 32. [Original source London Observer, n.d.]

——. “Challenge of the Documentary Film.” New York Times Magazine (6 January 1946): 6-17, 46.

——. “A Challenge to Hollywood.” Harper’s Bazaar (July 1947): 41, 87.

——. “A Change for the Better.” Spectator (2 January 1926): 10.

——. “Christmas Films.” Spectator (19 December 1925): 1137-38.

——. “The Cinema.” Vogue [London] (February 1926): 53.

——. “The Cinema.” Spectator (18 June 1927): 1062-63.

——. “The Cinema: American Prestige and British Films.” Spectator (11 July 1925): 51-2.

——. “The Cinema: A Comparison of Arts.” Spectator (3 May 1924): 707.

——. “The Cinema: The Epic of Everest at the Scala.” Spectator (20 December 1924): 982.

——. “The Cinema: Greed – A Film of Realism.” Spectator (14 March 1925): 402.

——. “The Cinema: Hope Fulfilled.” Spectator (19 May 1924): 788.

——. “The Cinema: Laughter-Makers.” Spectator (19 September 1925):444-5.

——. “The Cinema: Lesser Glories.” Spectator (6 March 1926): 415.

——. “The Cinema: Of British Films.” Spectator (14 November 1925): 870-71.

——. “Cinema Notes.” Spectator (2 August 1924): 158.

——. “Cinema Notes.” Spectator (18 April 1925): 502.

——. “Common Sense About Movies.” Journal of Adult Education 12 (April 1940):191 -2.

——. “Cowboy Films for the ‘High brows.’” Daily Mail (10 August 1927): 8

——. “Dante’s Inferno.” Spectator (31 January 1925): 152.

——. “A Diary for Timothy.” Film News  (November 1945): 20.

——. “Do – Everything Filmmakers.” Daily Mail (22 February 1927):17.

——. “Documentary Film: Prospect and Retrospect.” Bulletin of the Museum of Modern Art 13 (1945): 2-5.

——. “The Documentary Film in War Time.” Unpublished ts. n.d., Musuem of Modern Art, Film Study Center, Iris Berry Collection.

——. Fairbanks Triumphant.” Spectator (20 March 1926): 525.

——. “Farewell to Griffith.” Spectator (11 April 1925): 590.

——. “Faust.” Spectator (8 January 1927): 39.

——. “A Film of the American War of Independence.” Spectator (13 September 1924): 354.

——. “Film as a Recording Machine.” Saturday Review (12 August 1939): 12.

——. “Film Library, 1935-1941.” Bulletin of the Museum of Modern Art vol. 8, no. 5 (1941): 3-13.

——. “Film Notes – Part 1: The Silent Film.” Bulletin of the Museum of Modern Art 2-3 (1949): 1- 68.

——. “ The Film: A Review of Film History in a Cycle of Seventy Films” Art in Our Time. Exhibition catalog. New York: Museum of Modern Art, 1939: 335 – 48.

——. “The Film of Fact.” Town & Country (September 1946): 142, 253-4, 256.

——. “The Film Library and How it Grew.” Film Quarterly 22. 4 (1969): 12 – 27.

——. “The Film Library and How it Grew.” ts. nd. Museum of Modern Art, Film Study Center, Iris Berry Collection.

——. “The Film and Reality.” Home and Food. Museum of Modern Art. Film Study Center, Iris Berry Collection. n.d.

——. “Films for the Empire.” Spectator (30 October 1926): 736- 7.

——. “Films for History.” Special Libraries 30 (1939): 258 – 60.

——. “Films Made on a Girder.” Daily Mail (23 April 1928): 21.

——. “Films the Public Want.” Daily Mail  (21 November 1925): 8.

——. “Films We Do Not Want.” Daily Mail (21 September 1926): 8.

——. “Foreign Coast.” New Yorker (16 September 1933): 46 -8.

——. Foreward. The Film Index: A Bibliography. Vol 1, The Film as Art. For the WPA Writer’s Project. New York: Museum of Modern Art and H.W. Wilson, 1941.

——. “Fraining for Film Work.” Daily Mail (21 June 1927): 17.

——. “From Caligari to Hitler.” Review of From Caligari to Hitler, by Siegfried Kracaur. New Republic (19 May 1947): 28-9.

——. “The German Film. New Republic (19 May 1947): 28-29.

——. “The Gold Rush.” Calandar vol. 2, no. 8 (1925): 129 -31.

——. “A Guide to New Films.” Spectator (16 May 1925): 804-5.

——. “History in the Movies.” National Board of Review Magazine (April 1941): 4-7.

——. “Hollywood’s English Colony.” Daily Mail (18 November 1927):10.

——. “Hollywood is Not America.” Sunday Review (11 March 1934): 8 -9.

——. “Hotel Imperial.” Spectator (29 January 1927): 147-8.

——. “Hunting the Film in Germany.” American-German Review (June 1937): 40 -43.

——. “Jean Benoit-Levy: A Film Historian.” Documentary News Letter [London] 4 (1946): 11 -13.

——. “The Last Laugh.” Spectator (28 March 1925): 497.

——. “Lecture Notes [1937 – 1938].” For “The History, Aesthetic and Technique of the Modern Picture” course taught by Iris Berry at Columbia University; ms. Museum of Modern Art, Film Study Center, Iris Berry Collection.

——. “Les Miserables.” Spectator (18 September 1926): 413.

——. “Looking Backward Through Films.” Tricolor 3 (1944): 115 – 24.

——. “The Lure of the Films.” Daily Mail 9 (October 1925): 8.

——. “Manon Lescaut at the New Gallery.” Spectator (11 September 1926): 376.

——. “Metropolis.” Spectator (26 March 1927): 540.

——. “Michael Strogoff.” Spectator (5 February 1927): 184 -85.

——. “Mons.” Spectator (25 September 1926): 471.

——. “The Motion Picture 1914–1934.” Wadsworth Atheneum, Hartford, CT. 1934. Program notes for the ten-part screening program, “The Motion Picture 1914-34.” 28 October–30 December 1934. Wadsworth Atheneum, Hartford, CT.

——. “The Motion Picture.” Art in America in Modern Times. Eds. Holger Cahill and Alfred H. Barr. New York: Reynal & Hitchcock, 1934. 91-3.

——. “Motion Picture in Adult Education.” Review. Journal of Adult Education 7 (1940): 191 -93.

——. “Motion Pictures as a Field of Research.” College Art Journal vol. 4, no. 4 (1945): 206-9.

——. “Museum Festival of Documentaries.” Film News (November 1945): 10.

——. “Music-Making Films: Will They Displace Orchestras?” Daily Mail (17 May 1927): 17.

——. “A National or International Cinema?” Bioscope (28 January 1924): 29.

——. “Nelson and Three Bad Men.” Daily Mail (4 October 1926):8.

——. “The New Art.” Daily Mail (15 April 1926): 8.

——. “New Blood for British Films.” Daily Mail (17 December 1925): 7.

——. “Pity the Extras of Hollywood.” Daily Mail (1 November 1927): 10.

——. “The Prince of Hollywood.” Daily Mail (23 March 1927):10

——. “Season of Poor Films.” Daily Mail (20 June 1927) 17.

——. “This Week’s Films: Miss Beatrice Lillie on the Screen.” Daily Mail (6 June 1927): 17.

——. “We Enjoyed the War.” Scribner’s Magazine vol. XCVI, no. 5 (November 1934): 279-283.

——. “Why They Go to ‘The Pictures.’” Daily Mail (10 April 1928):17.

——. “Why Wait for Posterity?”  Hollywood Quarterly 1.2 (1946): 132-133.

Madeline Brandeis (The United States)

(Many of these books include photographic illustrations taken by Brandeis).

Books

Brandeis, Madeline. Adventures in Hollywood. New York: Coward-McCann, c. 1937.

——. Jack of the Circus. Chicago: The Reilly & Lee co., c. 1931.

——. Little Anne of Canada. New York: Grosset & Dunlap, 1931.

——. Little Carmen of the Golden Coast. New York: Grosset & Dunlap, 1935.

——. Little Dutch Tulip Girl. New York: Grosset & Dunlap, 1929. 

——. Little Eric of Sweden. New York: Grosset & Dunlap, c. 1938.

——. Little Farmer of the Middle West. New York: Grosset & Dunlap, c. 1937.

——. Little Indian Weaver. New York: Grosset & Dunlap, 1928.

——. Little Jeanne of France. New York: Grosset & Dunlap, 1929.

——. Little John of New England. New York: Grosset & Dunlap, c.1936.

——. Little Mexican Donkey Boy. New York: Grosset & Dunlap, c. 1931.

——. Little Phillipe of Belgium. New York: Grosset & Dunlap, 1930.

——. Little Rosa of the Mesa. New York: Grosset & Dunlap, c. 1935.

——. The Little Spanish Dancer. New York: Grosset & Dunlap, 1936.

——. Little Swiss Woodcarver. New York: Grosset & Dunlap, 1929.

——. Little Tom of England. New York: Grosset & Dunlap, c. 1935.

——. Little Tony of Italy. New York: Grosset & Dunlap, c. 1934.

——. Mitz and Fritz of Germany. New York: Grosset & Dunlap, c. 1933.

——. Shaun O’Day of Ireland. New York: Grosset & Dunlap, 1929.

——. Six Face the World. Publisher unknown. c. 1938

——. The All Wrong Book. Los Angeles, San Francisco: Suttonhouse, 1932.

——. Wee Scotch Piper. New York: Grosset & Dunlap, 1929.

——. Yankee Doodles Adventures, An American Fairy Tale. Los Angeles, San Francisco: Suttonhouse, c. 1932.

Lucie Derain (France)

Books

Derain, Lucie. Brûlador. Paris: Del Duca, 1957.

——. Carrousel de nuit. Paris: les Éditions de la Nouvelle France, 1946.

——. Jean Murat, l’homme à qui rêvent toutes les françaises. Paris: Nilsson, 1932.

——. La Vie en rose. Paris: J. Tallandier, 1931.

——. Le Dictateur. Paris: J. Melot, 1946.

——. Le Président ou la Mésalliance de la comtesse. Paris: J. Tallandier, 1929.

——. L’Aventurière de Biarritz. Paris: J. Tallandier, 1932.

——. L’Homme démaquillé. Paris: Fayard, 1959.

——. Mazurka. Paris: J. Tallandier, 1936.

——. Ris donc, Paillasse (Amours de clown). Paris: J. Tallandier, 1929.

——. Sa vie m’appartient. Paris: J. Tallandier, 1931.

——. Sa vie m’appartient. Paris: Librairie Contemporaine, 1933.

Articles

Derain, Lucie. “Affiche de cinéma, oeuvre d’art ou chromo (L’)?” Pour vous 132 (28 May 1931): 8.

——. “Affiches de cinéma-polychromie pour blanc et noir (Les). ” Arts et Métiers graphiques 22 (1-5 March 1931): 201-205.

——. “Amour et le rêve (L’).” Pour vous 385 (2 April 1936): 11.

——. “Art moderne à l’écran (L’).” Cinémagazine 4 (27 January 1928): 35-36.

——. “Au pays de la peur.” Pour vous 434 (11 March 1937): 8.

——. “Avec Milton-Bouboule, roi des resquilleurs.” Pour vous 114 (22 January 1931): 4.

——. “Broadway Melody. Film sonore et parlant d’Harry Beaumont raconté par Lucie Derain.” Cinémagazine 1 (January 1930): 64-71, 100-105.

——. “Cinéma et poésie – Une Éternelle vedette: la nature.” Pour vous 112 (8 January 1931): 11.

——. “Compositions (Les). Masques et visages.” Cinémagazine 23 (8 June 1928): 377-380.

——. “Coopération internationale – Le Congrès de Rome.” Pour vous 133 (4 June 1931): 2.

——. “Dolly macht Karriere.” Pour vous 105 (20 November 1930): 11.

——. “(Emil Jannings) à propos de: Liebling der Götter.” Pour vous 105 (20 November 1930): 11.

——. “Enfants du paradis (Les).” L’Aurore (March 20 1945): n.p.

——. “Évolution du comique américain (L’).” Cinémagazine 9 (14 June 1934): 14-16.

——. “Femme de trente ans (La).” Cinémagazine 49 (7 December) : 415-418.

——. “Femme du plaisir ou… nouvelles boîtes de jour et de nuit (La).” Vu 146 (31 December 1930) : 1452-1455.

——. “Film du mois (Les): Chant hindou, La fleur du désert.” Cinémagazine 4 (April 1930): 81, 84.

——. “Film du mois (Les): Miss Lucifer, La plongée tragique, Le gosse du cirque, Une femme qui tombe, Les quatre diables, Tais-toi, mon cœur, Idylle havanaise, Deux films de Doublepatte et Patachon, Dans la rue, Convoi maudit, Le rapide de Sibérie, L’abîme, La femme sur la lune, La servante.” Cinémagazine 3 (March 1930): 81-86.

——. “Film du mois (Les): Tragédies foraines, Pour son fils.” Cinémagazine 5 (May 1930): 76.

——. “Films sans luxe (Les).” Cinémagazine 40 (7 October 1927): 9-11.

——. “Film scientifique (Le): les travaux de Jean Painlevé.” Cinémonde (October 15, 1931): 666.

——. “G. Dolley, homme de théâtre, parle de cinema.” Pour vous 141 (30 July 1931): 11.

——. “Gala de La grande épreuve au ‘Paramount’ (Le).” Cinémagazine 18 (4 May 1928): 192. 

——. “Georg-Wilhelm Pabst (entretien). ” Pour vous 137 (2 July 1931): 2.

——. “Il nous faut un grand acteur comique.” Pour vous 154 (29 October 1931): 3.

——. “Inconstante (L’).” Pour vous 129 (7 May 1929): 11.

——. “Jeunes filles en fleurs.” Pour vous 370 (19 December 1935): 14.

——. “M. Bernard Zimmer s’emporte et se passionne.” Pour vous 143 (13 August 931): 11.

——. “Magie et le fantastique au cinéma (La).” Pour vous 120 (5 March 1931): 6.

——. “Mendiants de la Vie (Les).” La Cinématographie Francaise 582 (December 28 1929): n.p.

——. “Mensonges. Film raconté par Lucie Derain.” Cinémagazine (June 1930) : 49-56, 84-87.

——. “Mode en USA.” Cinémagazine 5 (17 May 1934): 8-9.

——. “Mode (La). La vogue des ensembles printaniers.” Cinémagazine 11 (14 March 1935): 11.

——. “Moments critiques, situations embarassantes.” Cinémagazine 6 (7 February 1935): 10.

——. “Nos amis les animaux. Acteurs merveilleux et bons compagnons des artistes.” Cinémagazine 40 (5 October 1928): 9-12.

——. “On tourne Prix de beauté.” La Cinématographie Française 569 (28 September 1929): 33.

——. “Opinions d’un homme de théâtre.” Pour vous 117 (12 February 1931): 6.

——. “Outsider (The).” Pour vous 139 (16 July 1931): 7.

——. “Parade d’amour. Film raconté par Lucie Derain.” Cinémagazine 3 (March 1930): 65-71.

——. “Perles de la couronne (Les).” La Cinématographie Française 967 (May 1937): n.p.

——. “Piste des géants (La).” Cinémagazine 4 (April 1932): 30-32.

——. “Premier soleil d’avril.” Cinémagazine 16 (17 April 1935): 20-21.

——. “Quelques mot sur Jean Epstein.” Pour vous 24 (2 May 1929) : 9.

——. “Rebelle (Le). Film raconté par Lucie Derain.” Cinémagazine 6 (June 1931): 43-46.

——. “Reine de Saba, vivra-t-elle sous les traits de Mae West (La)?” Cinémagazine 10 (21 June 1934): 5, 13.

——. “Révélations en trois minutes.” Cinémagazine 27 (18 October 1934): 14.

——. “Ruth Weyher à Paris.” Cinémagazine 19 (11 May 1928): 232.

——. “Toilettes de cinéma.” Cinémagazine 34 (26 August 1927): 327-330.

——. “Triomphe de Tartufe (Le). Pauvre Chaplin.” Cinémagazine 10 (11 March 1927): 459-461.

——. “Truquage de cinéma.” Pour vous 123 (26 March 1931): 14.

——. “Un grand décorateur: Lochavoff.” Cinéa-ciné pour tous 28 (1 January 1925): 16-17.

——. “Un tel père et fils.” La Cinématographie Française 1119 (13 April 1940): n.p.

——. “Un tel père et fils.” La Cinématographie Française 1121 (27 April 1940): n.p.

——. “Un trou dans le mur. Scénario raconté par Lucie Derain.” Cinémagazine (July 1930): 22-28, 62-63.

——. “Une étoile monte: Suzanne Cloutier. Propos recueilli par Lucie Derain.” Cinémonde  769 (2 May 1949): 5.

——. “Une vogue cinématographique. Parcs d’attractions, foires et carousels.” Cinémagazine 18 (4 May 1928): 173-176.

——. “Usine à fabriquer les voix (L’)… Au pays du doublage.” Cinémagazine 15 (26 July 1934): 6-7.

——. “Vampires et succubes, ou l’épouvante au cinéma.” Pour vous 150 (1 October 1931): 6.

——. “Vie des hommes illustres (La).” Pour vous 19 (28 March 1929): 11.

——. “Vie miraculeuse de Thérèse Martin (La).” La cinématographie française 531 (5 January 1929): n.p.

——. “Vie miraculeuse de Thérèse Martin (La).” La cinématographie française 531 (11 May 1929): n.p.

——. “Ville au cinéma (La). Les poètes de la ville. Les beautés, les laideurs et le mystère des villes.” Cinémagazine 8 (22 February 1929): 319-321.

Articles in books

Derain, Lucie. “Aventure d’un film (L’).” In Vérités sur le cinéma français. Ed. Carlo Rim. Paris: Société des Éditions Modernes, 1945. Collection “Les Documents illustrés contemporains” [no pages indicated]

Short Novels (published in journals/magazines)

Derain, Lucie.“La Faune du plaisir, ou… Nouvelles boîtes de jour et de nuit…” Vu 146 (31 December 1930): 1452-1455.

——. “L’inconnue du quai de Béthune.” Fiction 12 (November 1954): 79-87.

——. “Mygale.” Lunatique 26 (February 1967): 16-21.

Winnifred Eaton (United States)

Books (Fiction)

Eaton Reeve, Winnifred [Onoto Watanna]. Miss Numè of Japan: A Japanese-American Romance. Chicago and New York: Rand, McNally & Company, 1899.

——. A Japanese Nightingale. Melbourne: Victoria Wildwood Publishing, 1902.

——. The Wooing of Wisteria. New York: Harper & Bros, 1902.

——. The Heart of Hyacinth. New York: Harper, 1904. 

——. The Love of Azalea. London: Stevens & Brown, 1904.

——, and Kiyokichi Sano. Daughters of Nijo; A Romance of Japan. New York: Grossett & Dunlap, 1904.

——. A Japanese Blossom. New York: Harper & Bros. 1906

——. The Diary of Delia: Being a Veracious Chronicle of the Kitchen, with Some Side-Lights on the Parlour. New York: Doubleday, Page & Company, 1907. 

——. Tama. London: Forgotten Books, 1910.

——, and K. Kato. The Honorable Miss Moonlight. New York: Harper & Bros, 1912.

——. Me: A Book of Rememberance. New York: Century Co., 1915.

——. Miss Spring Morning. Chicago: The Story-Press Corp., 1915. 

——. Marion: The Story of an Artist’s Model. New York: W.J. Watt & Company, 1916.

——. Sunny-San. London: Hutchinson & Co., 1922.

——. Cattle. Toronto: Musson, 1923.

——.  His Royal Nibs. New York: W.J. Watt & Co., 1925.

Short Stories

Eaton Reeve, Winnifred [Onoto Watanna]. “Prince Sagaritsu’s Patriotism.” American Home Journal (Feb. 1898): 107-26.

——. “Ojio-San: A Noble’s Daughter.” American Home Journal (March 1898): 142-44.

——. “Karo.” Conkey’s Home Journal (May 1898): 4-7.

——. “A Half-Caste.” Frank Leslie’s Popular Monthly (Sept. 1898): 489-96.

——. “Shizu’s New Year’s Present.” Conkey’s Home Journal (Jan. 1899): 4-5.

——. “The Story of Ido: How a Japanese Half-Caste Came into His Own.” Conkey’s Home Journal (Aug. 1899): 7-8.

——. “His Interpreter.” Woman’s Home Journal (Sept. 1899): 9-10

——. “His Interpreter.” Woman’s Home Journal (Oct. 1899): 11-12.

——. “A Father.” Conkey’s Home Journal (Jan. 1900): 9-10. 

——. “The Wickedness of Matsu.” Smart Set (May 1900): 137-40.

——. “The Betrothal of Otoyo.” Smart Set (Dec. 1900): 95-97.

——.  “Amoy, A Chinese Girl.” Woman’s Home Companion (Nov. 1900): 7-8.

——. “Two Converts.” Harper’s Monthly (Sept. 1901): 585-89.

——.  “Kirishima-san.” Idler (Nov. 1901): 315-21.

——.  “Margot.” Frank Leslie’s Popular Monthly vol. 53, no. 2 (1901): 202-09.

——. “The Pot of Paint.” Frank Leslie’s Popular Monthly vol. 53, no. 4 (1902): 414-24. 

——. “Yoshida Yone, Lover.” Smart Set (Feb. 1902): 133-38.

——.  “Miss Perfume.” Smart Set (April 1902): 79-84.

——. “The Wife of Shimadzu.” Smart Set (May 1902): 141-47.

——. “The Bride of Yonejiro.” Metropolitan Magazine vol. 15, no. 5 (1902): 603-07. 

——. “Eyes that Saw Not.” Harper’s Monthly (June 1902): 30-38.

——.  “A Contract.” Frank Leslie’s Popular Monthly vol. 54, no. 4 (1902): 370-79. 

——. “Count Oguri’s Quest.” Smart Set (Dec. 1902): 143-47.

——. “The Loves of Sakura Jiro and the Three Headed Maid.” Century Magazine (March 1903): 755-60.

——. “The Diary of Dewdrop.” Smart Set (June 1903): 37-42.

——. “Miss Lily and Miss Chrysanthemum.” Ladies’ Home Journal (Aug. 1903): 11-12.

——. “The Wrench of Chance.” Harper’s Weekly (Oct. 1906):1494-96.

——. “Manoeuvres of O-yasu-san.” Saturday Evening Post (Jan. 1908): 9-22. 

——. “A Neighbor’s Garden, My Own, and A Dream One.” Good Housekeeping (May 1908): 485-90.

——.  “Delia Dissents.” Saturday Evening Post. (Aug. 1908): 22-23. 

——. “A Daughter of Two Lands.” Red Book Magazine (Nov. 1909): 33-48.

——. “An Unexpected Grandchild.” Lippincott’s Monthly (Dec. 1909): 689-96.

——. “The Marriage of Okiku-San.” Red Book Magazine (June 1910): 254-63.

——. “Tokiwa: A Tale of Old Japan.” Red Book Magazine (May 1911): 49-57.

——. “The Marriage of Jinyo.” Red Book Magazine (Feb. 1912): 740-44.

——. “Lend Me Your Title.” MacLean’s Magazine (Feb. 1919): 13-14, 72-74.; (March 1919): 16, 18-19, 66-69. 

——. “Other People’s Troubles: An Antidote to Your Own.” Farm and Ranch Review [serialized Feb-March 1919] n.p.

——. “Starving and Writing in New York.” MacLean’s Magazine (Oct. 1922): 66-67.

——.  “Elspeth.” Quill (Jan. 1923): 23-30. 

——.“Because We Were Lonely.” True Story (April 1933): 28-30, 92-96.

Non-Fiction

Eaton Reeve, Winnifred [Onoto Watanna]. “Where the Young Look Forward to Old Age.” Ladies’ Home Journal (Feb. 1899): 8.

——. “The Life of a Japanese Girl.” Ladies’ Home Companion (April 1899): 7.

——. “New Year’s Day in Japan.” Frank Leslie’s Popular Monthly (Jan. 1900): 283-86. 

——. “A Rhapsody on Japan.” Conkey’s Home Journal  (July 1900): 13.

——. “The Half-Caste.” Conkey’s Home Journal (Nov. 1900): 10. 

——. “An Oriental Holiday.” Conkey’s Home Journal (Dec. 1900): 12-13.

——. “The Happy Lot of Japanese Women.” Metropolitan Magazine vol. 15, no.2 (1902): 234-37. 

——. “Japanese Drama and the Actor.” Critic (Sept. 1902): 231-37.

——. “The Japanese in New York.” New Metropolitan Magazine vol. 18, no. 1 (1903): 51-55.

——. “The Marvelous Miniature Trees of Japan.” Woman’s Home Companion (June 1904): 16-17. 

——. “Japanese War News by Word O’ Mouth.” Metropolitan Magazine vol. 20, no. 1 (1904): 139-41.

——. “Every-day Life in Japan.” Ladies’ Home Journal (Oct. 1904): 500-03, 527-28.

——. “The Japanese in America.” Eclectic Magazine (Feb. 1907): 100-04.

——, and Bosse, Sara. Chinese-Japanese Cook Book. Chicago and New York: Rand McNally, 1914.

——. “The Canadian Spirit in Our Literature.” Calgary Daily Herald (24 March 1923): n.p.

——. “Royal and Titled Ranchers in Alberta.” Montreal Daily Star (30 Aug. 1924): n.p. 

——. “Honorable Movie Takee Sojin.” Motion Picture Classic Magazine (March 1928): 37, 72.

——. “I Could Get Any Woman’s Husband!” Motion Picture Classic Magazine (March 1929): 21, 80.

——. “How Frenchmen Make Love.” Motion Picture Magazine (June 1929): 50, 116.

Elinor Glyn (United Kingdom & United States)

Articles

Glyn, Elinor. Beyond the Rocks; A Love Story. London: Duckworth, 1906.

——. “Can women direct films?” Film Weekly (7 October 1929): 3.

——. “In Filmdom’s Boudoir.” Photoplay (Mar. 1921): 28-30. Rpt. in They Also Wrote for the Fan Magazines: Film Articles by Literary Giants from e.e. cummings to Eleanor Roosevelt, 1920-1939. Ed. Anthony Slide. Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland, 1992.  76-79.

——. The Great Moment. Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott Co., 1923.

——. “It.” Cosmopolitan. (Feb. and Mar., 1927): n.p.

——. Man and Maid. Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott Co., 1922.

——. The Price of Things. London: Duckworth & Co, 1919.

——. Romantic Adventure; Being the Autobiography of Elinor Glyn. London: Ivor Nicholson and Watson, Ltd., 1936.

——. “Sex and the Photoplay.” Motion Picture Magazine (June 1921): 21. Rpt. They Also Wrote for the Fan Magazines: Film Articles by Literary Giants from e.e. cummings to Eleanor Roosevelt, 1920-1939. Ed. Anthony Slide. London: McFarland, 1992. 80-81.

Books

Glyn, Elinor. Three Weeks. New York: Duckworth, 1907.

——. The Visits of Elizabeth. New York: J. Lane, 1901.

——. “What I Find Wrong with Hollywood.” Photoplay. 

Caroline Lejeune (United Kingdom)

Articles

Lejeune, C.A. “Arthur Joins the Film Wagon!” Screen Pictorial (Apr. 1939): 14-15, 36.

——. “At the Films.” Observer (11 May 1947): 2.

——. “The Best is Good Enough Says Sam Eckman Jr.” Picturegoer (26 Jan 1935): 12 – 13.

——. “The British Film and Others.” Fortnightly Review (May 1935): 285 -294.

——. “Can Piccadilly do without Hollywood?”New York Times Magazine (24 Aug. 1947): 16 -17, 32.

——. “The Days of the West are Back!” Screen Pictorial (Aug. 1939): 20 – 21, 37.

——. “ ‘Eyes and No Eyes’: What to Look for in Films.” For Filmgoers Only. Ed. R.S. Lambert. London: Faber & Faber, with the British Institute of Adult Education, 1934. 80-95.

——. “The Film as an Art Form.” Fortnightly Review (Jan 1943): 43 -9; (Feb. 1943): 127 – 133); (Mar. 1943): 194 -199.

——. “The Film: International Medium.” Theatre Arts 3.1 (1942): 336 -343.

——. “Film Report from London.” Theatre Arts 30 (May 1946): 663 -666.

——. “Film We Could Do Without.” Guardian (27 May 1922): 7.

——. “Films You Ought to See.” Sight and Sound (Spring 1932): 25.

——. “Humoresque.” Observer (7 Jul. 1947): 2.

——. “Korda’s Three.” Screen Pictorial (Sept. 1938): 20 -21, 38. 

——. “Laughton.” Screen Pictorial (Sept. 1938): 20 -21, 61.

——. “Making Movies Amid the Blitz.” New York Times Magazine (11 May 1941): 15, 24.

——. “Me to Myself.” Theatre Arts Monthly (Feb. 1939): 82 – 83.

——. “Muni—A Fugitive From Life.” Picturegoer (21 Apr. 1934): 10 -11. 

——. “On Footage.” Guardian (15 July 1922):7.

——. “On Mixing the Arts.” Guardian (8 July 1922): 9.

——. “On Naturalism.” Guardian (30 Sept. 1922): 7

——. “Qualities of the Good Lay Critic.” Guardian (4 Feb. 1922): 7.

——. “The Private Lives of London Films.” Nash’s Pall Mall Magazine [London] (Dec. 1936): 108 – 117; (Jan. 1937): 96 -104; (Feb. 1937): 98-104.

——. “Stick to Your Hobbies: A Message to All Boys and Girls.” Teachers World & School Mistress [London] (11 Mar. 1936): 1051.

——. “Stronheim the Craftsman.” Hollywood Scapegoat: The Biography of Erich von Stronheim. Ed. Peter Noble. [1950]. Rpt. New York: Arno, 1972: 187 – 90. 

——. “The Test of Truth.” Guardian (25 Feb. 1922): 9.

——. “Two English Films.” Theatre Arts Anthology. Eds. Rosamund Gilder, et al. New York: Theatre Arts Bookshop, 1950: 564 -569.

——. “The Week on the Screen: The Women.” Manchester Guardian (16 Jan. 1926): 9.

——. “What the Public Wants.” Guardian (18 Mar. 1922): 7.

Books

Lejeune, C.A. The C.A. Lejeune Reader. Ed. Anthony Lejeune. London: Carcanet, 1991.

——. Chestnuts in Her Lap. London: Phoenix House, 1947.

——. Cinema. London: Alexander Maclehose, 1931.

——. Thank You for Having Me. London: Hutchinson, 1964

Gladys Hall (United States)

Articles

Hall, Gladys. “Here Are the Movie Mommers!” Photoplay 21:1 (Dec. 1921): 77.

——. “Lamentations of a Lady Interviewer.” Photoplay 21:4 (March 1922): 82.

——.“Lights! Says Lillian!” Motion Picture Magazine (Apr.-May 1920): 30-31, 102.

——. “Olga Petrova—A Film Feminist.” Filmplay (May 1922): 34-5.

——. “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.” Undated notes for an unpublished autobiography. 3 pages. Gladys Hall papers, folder 541. AMPAS-SC.

——. “The Serious Side of the Women of the Screen: Lillian Gish.” Filmplay 2:1 (July 1922): 20-21.

——. “The Serious Side of the Women of the Screen: Rita Weiman.” Filmplay 2:2 (Aug. 1922): 20-21.

——. “We Discovered Who Discovered Valentino.” Motion Picture Magazine (Apr. 1923): 20-22, 93-95.

——, and Adele Whitely Fletcher. “We Interview Gloria Swanson.” Motion Picture Magazine 32:3 (Oct. 1926): 28-29, 94-96, 107.

Mary Manning (Ireland, the United States)

Articles

Manning, Mary. “Bongo-Bongo.” Motley (Christmas 1933): 13-16.

—–. “The Dietrich.” Motley (Dec. 1932): 13-15.

—–. “Dublin-Cum-Elstree.”  Irish Statesman (30 Nov. 1929): 254-56.

—–. “The Dublin Film Society.” Letter. Irish Statesman (4 Jan. 1930): 352.

—–. “The Fairchild Family at the Films.” Motley (Nov. 1933): 12-14.

—–. “Farewell to Silence.” Irish Statesman (12 Apr. 1930): 116-17.

—–. “The Films, 1933-34.” Motley (Christmas 1933): 16-17.

—–. “Hail Veidt!” Motley (Mar. 1933): 10-12.

—–.  “Hollywood in Dublin.” Irish Statesman (14 Sept. 1929): 34

—–. “In Defense of the Talkies.” Irish Statesman (20 July 1929): 388-89.

—–.  “‘Juno,’ ‘Disraeli’ and the Peacocks.” Irish Statesman (29 Mar. 1930): 74-76.

—–. “Kameradschaft.”  Motley (Nov. 1932): 9-1.

—–. “Mary Manning.” In Peter Luke (ed.), Enter Certain Players: Edwards-MacLiammóir and the Gate 1928-1978. Dublin: Dolmen Press 1978. 35-39.

—–. “Million Dollar Brains.” Motley (Jan. 1933): 14-15.

—–. “More Propaganda.” Motley (Oct. 1933): 13-15.

—–. “Running Wild!” Motley (Oct. 1932): 11-12.

—–. “A Silent Interlude.” Irish Statesman (28 Sept. 1929): 72-73.

—–. “Sound and Sensibility.” Irish Statesman (19 Oct. 1929): 134.

—–. “South Seas Synchronised.” Irish Statesman (25 Jan, 1930): 419-20.

—–. “Super!” Irish Statesman (14 Dec. 1929): 300-01.

—–. “The Voice of Ireland.” Motley (Feb. 1933): 14-15.

—–. “What is the Wild West Saying?” Irish Statesman (22 Feb. 1930): 496-98.

—–. “Why Not a Repertory Cinema?” Motley (Sept. 1932): 14-15.

Lotte Reiniger (Germany, Italy, United Kingdom, Canada)

Books and Articles

Reiniger, Lotte. “Wie ich meine Silhouettenfilme mache.” In Das Kulturfilmbuch. Ed. Edgar Beyfuss and A. Kossowsky. Berlin: C.P. Chryselius, 1924. 205.

——. “Wie ich den Film Die Abenteuer des Prinzen Achmed machte.” Prager Presse (3 September 1926): 7. 

——. “Die Geschichte meines Prinzen Achmed.” Der Filmspiegel vol. 5 (1926): pg nos. needed.

——. “Wie ich zum Scherenschnittfilm kam.” Daheim (November 1926): pg nos. needed.

——. “Lebende Schatten.” In Film-Photos wie noch nie. Ed. Edmund Bucher and Albrecht Kindt. Giessen: Kindt & Bucher, 1929. 45.

——. “Scherenschnitte warden lebendig.” Breslauer Neueste Nachrichten (19 January 1929): pg nos. needed.

——. “Die lebenden Schatten.” Gießener Anzeiger (5 June 1929): pg nos. needed. 

——. “Die lebenden Schatten.” Westfälischer Merkur (19 June 1929): pg nos. needed.

——.“Das Papier als Filmdarsteller.” Eine Chronik des Papierberufs [with Supplement on history of Ferdinand Flinsch GmbH] Berlin: F. Flinsch, 1935. 117. 

——. “Filmhelden aus Papier.” Der Deutsche Sender (18 October 1935): pg nos. needed.

——. “Filmhelden aus Papier.” General-Anzeiger (March 1936): pg nos. needed.

——. “Schattenspiele im Film.” Rheinische Landeszeitung (7 April 1936): pg nos. needed.

——. “Film as Ballet.” Life and Letters Today vol. 14, no. 3 (Spring 1936): 157-163.

——. “Scissors Make Films.” Sight & Sound vol.5, no. 17 (Spring 1936): 13-15. 

—— .“Moving Shadows.” Film Art vol. 3, no. 8 (Spring 1936): 14-18. 

——. “ll Principe Achmed” Cinema no. 112 (1941): pg nos. needed.

——. “Zarte, Schattende Gebilde. Lotte Reiniger über ihren neuen Schattenfilm (= “der Liebestrank”).” Silberspiegel  vol. 7, no. 24 (2 November. 1942): pg nos. needed.

——. Das Planetenbuch. [Gebundenes Heft mit neun Original-Linoldrucken] Rome: Publisher unknown, 1942

—— [with Carl Koch]. “Unser Metier.” In The Technique of Film Animation. Eds. John Holm and Roger Manvell. London: Hastings House, 1959. 279-286. 

——. “Bewegte Silhouetten.” Figurentheater vol. 9, no. 2 (1968): pg nos. needed.

——. “Meinem lieben Günther zu seinem achtzigsten Geburtstag.” In Günther Wasmuth zum achtzigsten Geburtstag. Tübingen: Wasmuth, 1968. pg nos. needed

——. “The Adventures of Prince Achmed, or What May Happen to Somebody Trying to Make a Full-Length Cartoon in 1926.” Silent Picture no. 8 Autumn (1970): 2-4. 

——. Die Abenteuer des Prinzen Achmed. Neueausgae in Buchform. Mit einem Vorwort Lotte Reiniger, “Die Abenteuer meines Prinzen Achmed.” Tübingen: Publisher unknown, 1972 (Zweite Auflage, 1985)

——. Das gestohlene Herz. 33 Bilder aus dem Scherenschnittfilm von Lotte Reiniger mit einer Ezählung der Entstehung und des Inhalts. Ed. Herbert Just. Tübingen: Publisher unknown, 1972

——. “Wie macht man einen Silhouettenfilm.” Jugend Film Fernsehen no. 2 (1973): pg nos. needed.

——. “Schatten und Silhouetten – mein Beruf.” Meister der Puppenspiels: Lotte Reiniger no. 34 (1976): pg nos. needed.

——. Shadow Theatres and Shadow Films. London: Batsford, 1970. 

——. Shadow Puppets, Shadow Theatres and Shadow Films. Boston: Plays, Inc, 1975. 

——. Schattentheater Schattenpuppen Schattenfilm: Eine Anleitung. Tübingen: Texte Verlag, 1981.

——, Wolfgang A. Mozart, and Alfred Happ. Mozart, Die Grossen Opern in Scherenschnitten. Tübingen: Heliopolis, 1987. 

——, Emanuel Schikaneder, Lorenzo Da Ponte. Mozart: Les Grands Opéras. Paris: Impr. nationale, 1989. 

——. Die Jagd nach dem Glück. Gebundenes Heft mit Text und 35 Scherenschnitten. Berlin: Publisher unknown, 1929. [Publiziert in dem Katalogband, “Szenen einer Freundschaft.” London and Münchne, publisher unknown, 1994.]

—— Die Abenteuer des Prinzen Achmed. Neueauflage der Ausgabe von 1972. Mit einem Vorwort von Walter Schobert. Deutsch und Englisch. London und München: Publisher unknown, 1995.

Books with illustrations by Lotte Reiniger

Anderson, Hans Christian. Die kleine Seejungfrau. Scherenschnitt-Illustrationen von Lotte Reiniger. Dettenhausen: Evang. Kirchengemeinde, 1980.

Borowsky, Kay. Und schon geht sie auf die Reise. 72 Gedichte. Illustriert mit 24 Scherenschnitten aus dem Nachlass Lotte Reinigers. Tübingen: Heliopolis, 1982. 

Davidson, Gladys. Ballet Stories for Young People. Illustrationen nach Tuschzeichnungen von Lotte Reiniger. London, Cassell, 1959.

Green, Roger Lancelyn. King Arthur and His Knights of the Round Table. Mit Scherenschnitt-Illustrationen von Lotte Reiniger, London, Puffin Books, 1953.

Hochstetter, Gustav. Venus in Seide–Ein neues Liebesbrevier. Buchschmuck nach Scherenschnitten von Lotte Reiniger. Berlin: Eysler, 1919.

Krüger, Hellmuth. Das Loch im Vorhang–Licht-und Schattenbilder aus dem Deutschen Theater. Mit einer Vorrede von Max Pallenberg. Bildschmuck nach Scherenschnitten von Lotte Reiniger. Berlin: Eysler, 1920.

Lakeston, Oswell. The Queen’s Mate. Umschlagillustration nach einem Scherenschnitt Lotte Reiniger. Lowestoft: Publisher unknown, 1962.

Lofting. Hugh. Der böse Gutsherr und die guten Tiere. Scherenschnitt-Illustrationen von Lotte Reiniger. Berlin: Williams & Co., 1930.

Mörike, Eduard. Mondscheingärten. Mit 10 Scherenschnitten von Lotte Reiniger. Gütersloh: ertelsmann Lesering o. J., 1963.

Otten, Karl. Der ewige Esel. Mit 16 Scherenschnitt-Illustrationen von Lotte Reiniger. Zürich: Atlantis-Verl, 1949.

White, Eric Walter. Walking Shadows–An Essay on Lotte Reiniger’s Silhouette Films/ Titelscherenscnitt von Lotte Reiniger. Illustriert mit Fotos von Filmfiguren Lotte Reinigers. London: The Hogarth Press, 1931.

——. Wander Birds. With ten silhouettes cut by Lotte Reiniger. Bristol: Publisher unknown, 1934.

——. The Little Chimney Sweep. Illustriert mit Fotos von Szenenbildern aus Lotte Reinigers Film und mit Scherenschnitten von den Filmfiguren. Bristol: White & White,  1936.

Silhouettes by Lotte Reiniger for Newspapers

Reiniger, Lotte. “Das rollende Rad. Eine Geschichte des Fahrzeugs in Scherenschnitten. ” Atlantis 6 (June 1934): pg nos. needed.

——. “Kleine Geschichte des Balletts in Scherenschnitten von Lotte Reiniger.” Atlantis 9 (September 1955): pg nos. needed.

——. “Puss in Boots” and “Thumbelina.” Cut-outs specially made for The Illustrated London News (December 1959): pg nos. needed.

——. Ballet Stories in Silhouettes: “Ondine,” “Sleeping Beauty,” “Swan Lake,” and “Cinderella.” Cut-outs specially made for The Illustrated London News (December 1960): pg nos. needed.

——. “The Rake’s Progress.” Cut-outs specially made for The Illustrated London News (December 1962): pg nos. needed.

——. “The story of pantomime and how this Christmas show evolved.” Cut-outs specially made for The Illustrated London News (December 1962): pg nos. needed.

Interviews with Lotte Reiniger

“Intervisa a Lotte Reiniger registrata a Torino il 24 aprile 1980.” Interview by Alfio Basiancichi. In Lotte Reiniger, Gianni Rondolino. Turin: Centro Internazionale per il Cinema di Animazione, 1982. pg nos. needed.

Reiniger, Lotte, Unpublished interview by Alfred Happ. Dettenhausen, October 1978. 

——. “Gespräch mit Lotte Reiniger über die Freundschaft mit Berthold Brecht.” Unpublished audio recording by Alfred Happ. Dettenhausen. 1981.

——.  “Gespräch mit Christoph Hummel.” Kirche und Film vol. 34, no. 2 (February 1981): pg nos. needed.

——. “Lotte Reiniger et les ombres chinoises.” Interview with Léo Bonneville. Séquences (July 1975): 25-31.

——. Interview with Jean Pierre Roda and Pierre Jouveanceau. Banc Titre no. 13 (June 1980): pg nos. needed.

Kathleen Romoli (Colombia)

Romoli, Kathleen M. Undici Anni: Di Fascismo Attraverso La Parola Del Duce. Milano: O. Marangoni, 1934.

——. Colombia, Gateway to South America. Garden City, N.Y: Doubleday, Doran, 1941.

——. Balboa of Darién: Discoverer of the Pacific. Garden City, N.Y: Doubleday, 1953.

——. “El descubrimiento y la primera fundación de Buenaventura.” Boletin de Historia y Antiguedades vol 69, no. 567-569 (1962): 113-122.

——. “Apuntes sobre los pueblos autóctonos del litoral colombiano del Pacífico en la época de la conquista española. ” Revista Colombiana de Antropología 16 (1963): 373-479.

——. “El suroeste del Cauca y sus indios al tiempo de la conquista española, según documentos contemporáneos del distrito de Almaguer.” Revista Colombiana de Antropología 12 (1963): 259-290.

——. “El Alto Chocó en el siglo XVI. Parte II. Las gentes.” Revista Colombiana de Antropología 20 (1975): 25-78.

Eliane Tayar (France)

Articles

Tayar, Eliane. “Avec Jean Dehelly, le jeune ‘poilu’ de Verdun.” Pour vous 137 (2 July 1931): 4.


——. “Nadia Sibirskaïa, une bûcheuse.” Pour vous 145 (27 August 1931): 11.

——. “Nane Germon, ma sœur.” Pour vous 267 (28 December 1933): 7. 

——.“Pourquoi nous avons tourné Versailles.” Pour vous 260 (9 November 1933): 7.

——. “Quand j’étais assistante de Carl Dreyer.” Le Courrier cinématographique 49 (6 December 1930): 11; 50 (13 December 1930): 16; 51 (20 December 1930): 16-17; 52 (3 January 1931): 33-34; 53 (10 January 1931): 15; 54 (17 January 1931): 22; 56 (31 January 1931): 21; 57 (7 February 1931): 23-24; 8 (21 February 1931): 17-18. Partially reprinted in Dreyer, Carl Th. Réflexions sur mon métier. Paris: Cahiers du Cinéma, 1997. 169-181.

——.“Quelques clairs secrets du ‘Vampire.‘” Pour vous 205 (20 October 1932): 11.


——. “Quelques nouvelles comparaisons entre la réalité et la fiction.” Pour vous 293 (28 June 1934): 7. 

——. “Quelques visages du passé tels qu’ils furent et tels que l’écran les représente.”Pour vous 290 (7 June 1934): 8.


——. “Un Maître de la lumière: ‘Rudy’ Maté.” Pour vous 269 (11 January 1934): 4.

——. “Une Soirée scandinave avec Marita Angeles.” Pour vous 143 (13 August 1931): 6. 

Beatrice Maude Tildesley (Australia)

Articles

Tildesley, Beatrice. “Australia’s Contribution to the Arts.” United Empire: The Journal of the Royal Empire Society 20:1 (January 1929): n.p.

——. “The Cinema in Australia.” The Australian Quarterly 8 (December 1930): 89-103.


——. “The Cinema and Broadcasting in Australia.” The Australian Quarterly 24 (December 1934): 129-36.


——. “Film Production in Australia.” The Australian Quarterly 26 (June 1935): 39-46.

——. “International Aspects of the Cinema.” The Australian Quarterly 21 (March 1934): 107-111.

Caroline van Dommelen (The Netherlands)

Books

van Dommelen, Caroline. Huwelijksschool. Amersterdam: Scheltens & Giltay, 1916.

——. Vóór alles moeder. Amsterdam: Andries Blitz, 1934. 

Stefania Zahorska (Poland)
 
Academic Work
Zahorska, Stefania. Dzieje malarstwa polskiego/A History of Polish Painting. Warsaw: Wiedza o Polsce, 1932.
 
——. Szczęśliwe Oczy: Wybór Studiów Z Dziedziny Filozofii, Historii I Krytyki Sztuk Plastycznych Z Lat 1921-1960. London: Polska Fundacja Kulturalna, 1970. Ed. Stanisław Frenkiel. Polska Fundacja kulturalna. London 1970.
 
——. Wybór pism, reportaże, publicystyka, eseje/Selected Letters, Essays and Journalism. Warsaw: IBL 2010.

Novels

Zahorska, Stefania. Korzenie/Roots. Warsaw: Gebethner i Wolff, 1937. 

——. Matejko. Warsaw: Gebethner i Wolff, 1925.

——.  Ofiara/Victim. London: Społeczność Akademicka U.S.B., 1955.

——. WarszawaLwów 1939/Warsaw-Lvov 1939. London: Oficyna Poetów i malarzy, 1952.

——. Stacja Abbesses/Abbesses Station. London: Oficyna Poetów i Malarzy na Emigracji w Anglii, 1952.

——. Ziemia pojona gniewem/Earth Soaked in Anger. London: B. Świderski, 1961 [Published posthumously.]

Plays

Zahorska, Stefania. “Smocza 13/13 Smocza Street.” London: Nowa Polska, 1945.