C. L. R. James - Selected Bibliography

Selected Bibliography

  • Letters from London (series of essays written in 1932). Signal Books (2003).
  • The Life of Captain Cipriani: An Account of British Government in the West Indies. Nelson, Lancs.: Cartmel & Co. (1932).
  • The Case for West-Indian Self-Government. London: Hogarth Press (1933). Reprinted, New York: University Place Bookshop (1967); Detroit: Facing Reality Publishing Co. (1967)
  • Minty Alley. London: Secker & Warburg (1936). New edition, London & Port of Spain: New Beacon Books (1971).
  • Toussaint Louverture: The story of the only successful slave revolt in history (play written in 1934). Produced by Peter Godfrey at the Westminster Theatre, London (1936). Durham, NC: Duke University Press (2013).
  • World Revolution 1917-1936: The Rise and Fall of the Communist International. London: Secker & Warburg (1937).
  • A History of Negro Revolt. Fact monograph no. 18, London (1938). Revised as A History of Pan-African Revolt. Washington: Drum and Spear Press (1969).
  • The Black Jacobins: Toussaint L'Ouverture and the San Domingo Revolution. London: Secker & Warburg (1938). Revised edition, New York: Vintage Books/Random House (1963). ISBN 0-679-72467-2. Index starts at p. 419. Library of Congress Card Number: 63-15043. New British edition with Foreword, London: Allison & Busby (1980).
  • Why Negroes should oppose the war (as "J. R. Johnson"). New York: Pioneer Publishers for the Socialist Workers Party and the Young People's Socialist League (Fourth International (1939).
  • My friends: a fireside chat on the war (as "Native Son"). New York: Workers Party (1940).
  • The Invading Socialist Society (with F. Forest and Ria Stone). New York: Johnson Forest Tendency (1947). Reprinted with new preface, Detroit: Bewick Editions (1972).
  • Notes on Dialectics: Hegel, Marx and Lenin (Link only goes to the last half of Part 2 from the 1980 edition) (1948). New edition with Introduction, London: Allison & Busby (1980); Westport, Conn.: Lawrence Hill (1980).
  • Notes on American Civilisation. Typescript, Published as American Civilization, Oxford: Blackwell (1992).
  • State Capitalism and World Revolution (1950). New edition with foreword by James and introduction by Paul Buhle, Chicago: Charles H. Kerr (1986).
  • Mariners, Renegades and Castaways: The Story of Herman Melville and the World We Live In. New York: privately printed (1953). Reprinted, London: Allison & Busby (1984).
  • Facing Reality (with Cornelius Castoriadis and Grace Lee Boggs) Detroit: Correspondence (1958).
  • Modern Politics (A series of lectures on the subject given at the Trinidad Public Library, in its Adult Education Programme). Port of Spain: PNM Publishing Co.(1960).
  • A convention appraisal: Dr. Eric Williams: first premier of Trinidad & Tobago: a biographical sketch. Port-of-Spain, Trinidad: PNM Publishing Co. (1960).
  • Party Politics in the West Indies. San Juan, Port of Spain: Vedic Enterprises (1962).
  • Marxism and the intellectuals Detroit, Facing Reality Publishing Committee (1962).
  • Beyond a Boundary. London: Stanley Paul/Hutchinson (1963). New edition, London: Serpent's Tail (1983); New York: Pantheon (1984).
  • Kas-kas; interviews with three Caribbean writers in Texas. George Lamming, C. L. R. James Wilson Harris. Austin, TX: African and Afro-American Research Institute, University of Texas at Austin (1972).
  • Not For Sale (with Michael Manley). San Francisco: Editorial Consultants (1976).
  • Nkrumah and the Ghana Revolution. London: Allison & Busby (1977); Westport, Conn.: L. Hill (1977).
  • The Future in the Present, Selected Writings, vol. 1. London: Allison & Busby; Westport, Conn.: Lawrence Hill (1977).
  • Spheres of Existence, Selected Writings, vol. 2. London: Allison & Busby (1980); Westport, Conn.: L. Hill (1980).
  • Walter Rodney and the Question of Power (text of talk given at a memorial symposium entitled "Walter Rodney, Revolutionary and Scholar: A Tribute", at the University of California on 30 January 1981). London: Race Today Publications (1983).
  • 80th Birthday Lectures (ed. Margaret Busby and Darcus Howe). London: Race Today Publications (1983).
  • At the Rendezvous of Victory, Selected Writings, vol. 3. London: Allison & Busby (1984).
  • Cricket (selected writings, ed. Anna Grimshaw). London: Allison & Busby (1986); distributed in the USA by Schocken Books (1986). As A Majestic Innings: Writings on Cricket, new edition, London: Aurum Press, 2006.
  • The C.L.R. James Reader. Ed. Anna Grimshaw. Oxford: Blackwell, 1992.
  • "Lectures on the Black Jacobins." Small Axe, 8 (2000): 65-112. Print.

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