A Hundred Camels in the Courtyard. San Francisco: City Lights Books
Paul Bowles Reads A Hundred Camels in the Courtyard. [Santa Barbara:
Cadmus Editions, 1981]. Two phonodiscs issued in a linen-covered double
sleeve; single sheet with an essay by Paul Bowles laid in. Number 22 of
100 copies signed by the author. Cover illustration by Brion Gysin.
Their Heads Are Green. London: Peter Owen .
Their Heads are Green and Their Hands Are Blue. New York: Random
House . Spiral-bound advance, uncorrected galley proof.
A Life Full of Holes, by Driss ben Hamed Charhadi; a novel tape-recorded
in Moghrebi and translated into English by Paul Bowles. New York: Grove
Up Above the World. Autograph manuscript, 1964, 42 pp., written
in a spiral bound notebook, the cover of which bears a drawing by Bowles
and the heading "Notes Up Above the World."
Up Above the World: A Novel. New York: Simon and Schuster .
Uncorrected galley proof.
Up Above the World: A Novel. London: Peter Owen .
James Leo Herlihy to Paul Bowles, typed letter signed, April 3, 1966,
1 p. In addition to comments on personal news, the literary scene, and
his own work, Herlihy also discusses Bowles's writing.
Love With a Few Hairs, by Mohammed Mrabet, translated by Paul
Bowles, autograph manuscript, undated, 203 pp., written in a bound notebook.