Special Collections Department
PAUL BOWLES, 1910 - 1999
54. The Time of Friendship: a Volume of Short Stories. New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1967. Galley proofs with autograph corrections.
55. Pages from Cold Point: and Other Stories. London: Peter Owen, .
56a. Harold Norse to Paul Bowles, autograph card signed, January 11, 1972, 1 p.
56b. "The Fqih,"
in Bastard Angel, San Francisco, 3 (Fall 1974), p. 19.
56c. Harold Norse to Paul Bowles, typed letter signed, January 5, 1975, 1 p.
The poet and editor Harold Norse was befriended by Bowles when Norse lived in Tangier in the early 1960s. Bowles contributed two translations of stories by Mohammed Mrabet and one of his own stories to the first three issues of Norse's magazine, Bastard Angel, the title of which had been suggested by Allen Ginsberg.
57a. "Allal." Typescript with autograph corrections,
n.d., 12 pp.
57b. Things Gone and Things Still Here. Santa Barbara, Calif.: Black Sparrow Press, 1977. Galley proofs with the author's extensive autograph corrections.
57c. Frieder Schlaich to Paul Bowles, autograph
letter signed, January 24, 1994, 2 pp.
|(Halfmoon). Schlaich writes Bowles about selection of a site in southern Morocco for filming the story. The|
letter is accompanied by publicity cards promoting the film.
58a. The Collected Stories, 1939-1976. Galley proofs of the "Introduction," by Gore Vidal, with autograph corrections by Paul Bowles, 5 pp. Stamped "Black Sparrow Press."
58b. The Collected Stories, 1939-1976,
with an introduction by Gore Vidal. Santa Barbara: Black Sparrow Press,
59a. Points in Time. Typescript, with
autograph corrections, n.d., 10 pp.
59b. Points in Time. Typescript, 63 pp.
Accompanied by a letter from Dan Franklin to Paul Bowles, typed letter
signed, November 20, 1981, 2 pp., with Bowles's autograph notes.
his manuscript, but sends specific queries regarding lay-out, anglicized spelling, and explanation of foreign words for the Peter Owen publication of Points in Time. Bowles has written his responses to the questions
on this copy of the letter.
59c. Points in Time. London:
Peter Owen, .
60. A Thousand Days for Mokhtar:
and Other Stories. London: Peter Owen, .
61. Al Maghrib: Photographs from Morocco, 1983-1988, by Owen Logan; with three stories by Paul Bowles. Edinburgh: Polygon; Glasgow: Third Eye Centre, 1989.
|"Published on the occasion of the exhibition 'Al Maghrib-Photographs from Morocco' by Owen Logan,|
organized by Third Eye Centre, April 29-June 4, 1989, and subsequent tour." Bowles contributes "The Little House," "The Empty Amulet," and"Things Gone and Things Still Here."
62a. Tanger: Vues choisies. Typescriptwith autograph notes; proof prints of photographs; and an autograph letter signed, from Jellel Gasteli to Paul Bowles, March 6, 1991, 2 pp.
62b. Tanger: Vues choisies. Textes de
Paul Bowles; photographies de Jellel Gasteli; traduction de Claude-Nathalie
Thomas. Paris: Éditions Sand, 1991.
63. al-Boostan: kesas. Pawl Pawlz; tarjama
oua takdim Ibrahim al-Khatib. Bilfidir, al-Dar al-Bayda', al-Maghrib:
Dar Tubqal lil-Nashr, .
|only book-length work by Bowles translated into Arabic.|
64. Palabras ingratas. Traducción de
Rodrigo Rey Rosa. (Second edition). Buenos Aires: Alfaguara Litteratus,
65a. Too Far from Home. London: Peter
Owen, 1994. Galley proofs, October 14, 1993, 45 leaves, with typed letter
signed, Jill Foulston to Paul Bowles, October 18, 1993, 1 p.
65b. Too Far from Home. London: Peter
Owen, . With drawings by Marguerite McBey.
signed by the author. McBey, the widow of Scottish painter James
McBey, was a longtime resident of Tangier. Her drawings used to illustrate Too Far from Home were made during a journey to the Sahara in 1970.
66. The Time of Friendship: a Story.
Zurich: Memory/Cage Editions, 1995. With ten photographs by Vittorio Santoro,
and a preface by the author. Number 8 of 40 of the De-Luxe edition signed
by Paul Bowles and Vittorio Santoro; with "Untitled" print signed by Vittorio
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