Primary Works: Short Stories and Essays in Books

West, Rebecca. “An American Satirist.” Rev. of The Second Tree from the Corner by E.B. White. Sunday Times (April 11, 1954): 4.

West, Rebecca. “A Day In Town.” The New Yorker Book of War Pieces. New York: Reynal & Hitchcock, 1947. 84-88.

West, Rebecca. “A Forward on Lytton Strachey.” The Woollcott Reader: Bypaths in the Realms of Gold. New York: The Viking Press, 1935. 681-90.

West, Rebecca. “A Treasury of Great Reporting.” A Treasury of Great Reporting: Literature Under Pressure from the Sixteenth Century to Our Own Time. Ed. Louis L. Snyder and Richard B. Morris. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1949. 716-23.

West, Rebecca. “Authors Take Sides on the Spanish War.” Authors Take Sides on the Spanish War: Left Review. London: W.C. 1, 1937. 32.

West, Rebecca. “A Visit to a Godmother.” Writers on Themselves. Ed. Norman Nicholson and others. London: British Broadcasting Corp., 1964. 8-16.

West, Rebecca. “Appreciation.” Pablo Picasso: A Suite of 180 Drawings. New York: Harcourt and Brace, 1954.

West, Rebecca. “Art of Skepticism.” Arts of Living. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1954. 13-23. The World in Vogue. New York: Viking Press, 1963. 294-96.

West, Rebecca. “Babbitt.” Sinclair Lewis: A collection of Critical Essays. Ed. Mark Schorer. Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: Prentice-Hall, 1962. 23-26.

West, Rebecca. “Blessed are the Pure in Heart.” Ventures in Contemporary Reading. Eds. Lewis Worthington Smith, Vincent Holland Ogburn and Harold Francis Watson. New York, London, Toronto: Longmans Green and Co., 1932. 19-25.

West, Rebecca. “Censorship.” Censorship: For and Against. Ed. Harold Hart. New York: Hart Publishing Co., 1971. 124-40.

West, Rebecca. “Charlotte Bronte 1816-1855.” The Great Victorians. Eds. H.J. Massingham and Hugh Massingham London: Ivor Nicholson & Watson LTD., 1932. 49-61. Garden City, New York: Doubleday, Doran and Co., 1932. 47-58.

West, Rebecca. “Conqueror of Time and Place.” Words and Music: Comments by Famous Authors about the World’s Greatest Artists. Camden: RCA, 1950. 83.

West, Rebecca. “Deliverance.” The Ladies Home Journal Treasury. Ed. John Mason Brown. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1956. 435-39.

West, Rebecca. “Divorce is a Necessity.” Divorce as I See It. London: Noel Douglas 1930. 61-71. New York: The John Day Co., 1930.

West, Rebecca. “The Dutch Exhibition”, in Ending in Earnest. A Literary Log. Freeport: Books for Libraries Press, 1967.

West, Rebecca. “Duty of the Writer, The. Writers In Freedom: A Symposium. Ed. Hermon Ould. London, New York and Melbourne: Hutchinson and Co. LTD, 1942. 20-4.

West, Rebecca. “Elegy.” D.H. Lawrence. London: Adelphi, 1930. 1-30.

West, Rebecca. “Elizabeth Montagu.” Anne to Victoria. Ed. Bonamy Dobree. London, Toronto, Melbourne, Sidney: Cassell and Co. Limited, 1937. 164-87. New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1937. 164-87.

West, Rebecca. “Encounter.” International Literary Annual No. 1. Ed. John Wain. New York: Criterion Books, 1959. 204-11.

West, Rebecca. “Event and It’s Image, The.” Essays by Divers Hands. Ed. Peter Green. London: Oxford University Press, 1962. 185-201.

West, Rebecca. “Forward.” On Trial at Nuremberg. By Alrey Neave. Boston: Little, Brown and Co., 1978. 5-9.

West, Rebecca. “Goodness Doesn’t Just Happen.” This I Believe. Vol.1 Ed. Edward P. Morgan. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1952. 187-88.

West, Rebecca. “Greenhouse with Cyclamens I, II, and III”. A Train of Powder. New York: Virago, 1984.

West, Rebecca. “High Fountain of Genius.” The Gender of Modernism: A Critical Anthology. Ed. Bonnie Kime Scott. Bloomington: Indiana Univ. Press, 1990. 592-596.

West, Rebecca. “I Believe.” I Believe. London: George Allen & Unwin LTD., 1940. 369-90.

West, Rebecca. “Introduction.” Ask Mamma. By Robert Smith Surtees. Craddock: R.S. Surtees Society, 1983.

West, Rebecca. “Introduction.” Bundle of Time: The Memories of Harriet Cohen. London: Faber, 1969. 11-12.

West, Rebecca. “Introduction.” Diversion. Ed. Hester W. Chapman and Princess Romanovsky-Pavlovsky. London: Collins, 1946. 9-23.

West, Rebecca. “Introduction.” The Grass Roof. By Younghill Kang. New York: Scribner, 1931. New York: Scribner, 1948.

West Rebecca. “The Grey Men.” Modern Ghost Stories by Eminent Women Writers. Ed. Richard Dalby. New York: Carroll and Graf, 1991.

West, Rebecca. “Introduction.” Liv. By Kathleen Coyle. London: Jonathan Cape, 1929. 7-14.

West, Rebecca. “Introduction.” Mistress to an Age. By J. Christopher Herold. New York: Time, Inc., 1964. xvii-xxiii.

West, Rebecca. “Introduction.” My Disillusionment in Russia. By Emma Goldman. New York: Crowell, 1024. London: C.W. Daniel, 1925), v-ix.

West, Rebecca. “Introduction.” The Only Rose and Other Tales. By Sarah Orne Jewett. London: Jonathan Cape, 1937. 7-14.

West, Rebecca. “Introduction.” Workers in the Dawn. Vol. 1. By George R. Gissing. New York: Bowlig Green Press, 1930. vii-xxiii.

West, Rebecca. “Is There Any Alternative to the Sex Novel.” Yeah and Nay: A Series of Lectures and Counter-Lectures given at the London School of Economics. London and New York: Brentano’s Inc., 1925. 40-49.

West, Rebecca. “”Keeping It Dark Forward.” Keeping It Dark, or The Censor’s Handbook. By Bernard Causton and G. Gordon Young. London: Mandrake Press LTD., 1930. 7-13.

West, Rebecca. “Man and Religion.” Man, Proud Man. Ed. Mabel Ulrich. London: Hamish Hamilton, 1932.

West, Rebecca. “Man Who Came To Dinner, The.” London Calling. Ed. Storm Jameson. New York and London: Harper and Bros. Publishers, 1942. 18-32.

West, Rebecca. “Man’s Dual Nature.” The Destiny of Man. London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1959. 53-59.

West, Rebecca. “Menace of Fuchs.” Background and Foreground: An Anthology of Articles from the New York Times Magazines. Ed. Lester Markel. Great Neck, New York: Channel Press, 1960. 367-76.

West, Rebecca. “Mind and Materialism.” The University of Books. London: Newnes, 1937. 23-24.

West, Rebecca. “Modern Writers at Work.” Modern Writers at Work. Ed. Josephine K. Piercy. New York: Macmillan Company, 1930. 184-6.

West, Rebecca. “Mrs. Pankhurst.” The Post Victorians. Ed. W.R. Inge. London: Ivor Nicholson & Watson LTD., 1933. 477-500.

West, Rebecca. “My Religion.” My Religion. London: Hutchinson and Co., 1925. 19-24. New York: Appleton and Co., 1926. 17-25.

West, Rebecca. “Necessity and Grandeur of the International Ideal, The.” Challenge to Death. Ed. Storm Jameson. London: Constable and Co., LTD., 1934. 240-60. New York: E.P. Dutton and Co., INC., 1935. 240-60.

West, Rebecca. “A New Woman’s Movement: The Need for Riotous Living.” The Young Rebecca: Writings of Rebecca West 1911-1917. Ed. Jane Marcus. London: Virago, 1982. 130-135.

West, Rebecca. “Poor Relations.” The Critic as Artist, Essays on Books, 1920-1970. Ed. Gilbert A. Harrison. New York: Liverwright, 1972. 378-81.

West, Rebecca. “Preface.” Northanger Abbey. By Jane Austen. London: Jonathan Cape, 1932. v-xi.

West, Rebecca. “Preface.” Selected Poems of Carl Sandburg. Ed. Rebecca West. London: Butler and Tenner LTD., 1936. 13-26. New York: Harcourt, Brace and Co., 1926. 15-28. New York: Harcourt, Brace and World, 1954. 15-28.

West, Rebecca. “Rebecca West on Charlotte Bronte.” Novelists on Novelists. Ed. Louis Kronenberger. Garden City, New York: Double Day, 1962. 19-31

West, Rebecca. “Rudyard Kipling.” Turnstile One: A Literary Miscellany From the New Statesman and Nation. Ed. V. S. Pritchett. London: Turnstile Press, 1948. 3-9.

West, Rebecca. “Salt of the Earth, The.” Bennett Cerf’s Take Along Treasury. Eds. Lenora Hornblow and Bennett Cerf. Garden City, New York: Double Day, 1963. 451-90.

West, Rebecca. “Second Commandment, The.” The Ten Commandments: Ten Short Novels of Hitler’s War Against the Moral Code. Ed. Armin L. Robinson. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1943. 71-116. “The Second Commandment: A Story by Rebecca West.” London, Toronto, Melbourne and Sydney, 1945.

West, Rebecca.”Sepulchre, A Tale of Mors, Seventh Viscount and Twelfth Baron Sepulchre.” Parody Party. Ed. Leonard Russell. London: Hutchinson and Co., 1936. 3-15.

West, Rebecca. “Snobbery.” The English Genius: A Survey of the English Achievement and Character. Ed. Hugh Kingsmill. London: Eyre and Spottiswoode, 1938. 221-37.

West, Rebecca. “Soviet Atomic Espionage.” U.S. Congressional Joint Committee on Atomic Energy. 82 Cong. 1st sess. Washington: GPO, 1951. 17-9, 21.

West, Rebecca. “St. Augustine.” Saints for Now. Ed. Claire Boothe Luce. New York: Sheed and Ward, 1952. 44-61.

West, Rebecca. “They That Sit in Darkness.” The Fothergill Omnibus. London: Eyre and Spottiswoode, 1931. 373-98. New York: Oxford University Press, 1931. 339-63.

West, Rebecca. “Thou Shalt Not Make Any Graven Image.” The Ten Commandments: Ten Short Novels of Hitler’s War Against the Moral Code. Ed Armin L. Robinson. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1944. 71-116.

West, Rebecca. “To Rebecca West, Goring ‘Recalls the Madam of a Brothel’.” Treasury of Great Reporting. Ed. Louis L. Snyder and Richard B. Morris. New York, Simon and Schuster, 1962. 707-15.

West, Rebecca. “Tradition in Criticism.” Tradition and Experiment in Present Day Literature. London, New York: Oxford University Press, 1929. 179-97.

West, Rebecca. “Virgina Woolf.” Recollections of Virgina Woolf. Ed. Joan Russell Noble. London: Owen, 1972. 89-94.

West, Rebecca. “What Is Mr. T. S. Eliot’s Authority as a Critic?” The Gender of Modernism. Ed. Bonnie Kime Scott. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1990. 587-92.

West, Rebecca. “Woman as Artist and Thinker.” Women’s Coming of Age. Eds. Samuel D. Schmalhausen and V. F. Calverton. New York: Hosace Liveright Inc., 1931. 369-82.

West, Rebecca. “Women as Brain Workers.” Women and the Labour Party. Ed. Dr. Marion Phillips. London: Headley Rose Publishers, LTD., 1918. 57-65.

West, Rebecca. “The World’s Worst Failure.” The Woman Question. Ed. T.R. Smith. New York: Boni and Liveright, Inc., 1919. 208-18.

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