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Changes and Additions to James Hall's Bibliography:
Part II - Works Relating to James Branch Cabell

As we have said before, this website and our on-line bibliographies wouldn't exist without James Hall and his 1974 James Branch Cabell: A Complete Bibliography. Part of our mission is to help keep Hall's work current by adding to it as new editions are published, and by additions and corrections to Hall's efforts when we find them. The list below summarizes the changes and additions that The Silver Stallion has made to works by other authors that relate in some way to Mr. Cabell.

For changes and additions we've made to listings by our favorite author himself, see Part I - Changes and Additions to Works By James Branch Cabell.

NOTE: This page is a work in progress and is at present woefully incomplete.

 

SS / Hall Code Description Comment
CABELL'S CONTRIBUTIONS TO BOOKS
  *A35 New publication 1975 Post Hall printing
  *A36 Excerpt from an untitled letter [date?] Not in Hall
  *A37 Excerpt from an untitled letter 1951 Not in Hall
  *A38 DJ blurb, Third printing 1945 Not in Hall
  *A39 DJ blurb, First printing 1948 Not in Hall
  *A40 DJ blurb, First printing 1924 Not in Hall
  *A41 DJ blurb, First American printing 1923 Not in Hall
  *A42 Wraps blurb, Paperback printing 1951 Not in Hall
  *C1a (*E3b) The Toy Maker | Why Jurgen Did the Manly Thing Prevously unreported printing
BOOKS ABOUT JAMES BRANCH CABELL: CRITICAL AND BIOGRAPHICAL
  *E25 New publication 1974 Post Hall printing
  *E26 New publication 1975 Post Hall printing
  *E27 New publication 1975 Post Hall printing
  *E28 New publication 1975 Post Hall printing
  *E29 New publication 1976 Post Hall printing
  *E30 New publication 1977 Post Hall printing
  *E31 New publication 1979 Post Hall printing
  *E32 New publication 1983 Post Hall printing
  *E33 New publication 1989 Post Hall printing
  *E34 New publication 1993 Post Hall printing
  *E35 New publication 2000 Post Hall printing
  *E36 New publication 2007 Post Hall printing
BIBLIOGRAPHIES
  *F