South Wind Through the Kitchen: The Best of Elizabeth David | “Foreword” (David R. Godine, 2006)


Notes on this edition: Julian Barnes. “Foreword.” South Wind Through the Kitchen: The Best of Elizabeth David. Compiled by Jill Norman. Boston: David R. Godine, 2006. Pp. [xxxii], 383 [384]. 22.8 x 15.2 cm. ISBN: 1567923097.

Julian Barnes’s foreword appears on pp. vii-xvii.

Areté Magazine | “Appetite” (Issue Two: Spring/Summer 2000)


Notes on this edition: Julian Barnes. “Appetite.” Areté Magazine, Issue Two (Spring/Summer 2000): [53]-61.

Areté Magazine is edited by Craig Raine.

Black Water 2 | “A Self-Possessed Woman” (Clarkson Potter, 1990)


Notes on this edition: Julian Barnes. “A Self-Possessed Woman.” Black Water 2: More Tales of the Fantastic. Edited by Alberto Manguel. New York: Clarkson Potter, 1990. Pp. 941 + [7]. 19.7 x 13 cm. ISBN: 0517575590.

Julian Barnes’s story appears on pp. [444]-459.

The Fun of It | “What’s in a Domain Name?” (Modern Library, 2001)


Notes on this edition: Julian Barnes. “What’s in a Domain Name?” The Fun of It: Stories from the Talk of the Town. Edited by Lillian Ross. New York: The Modern Library, 2001. Pp. 478 + [10]. 23.4 x 15.5 cm. ISBN: 0375756493.

Julian Barnes’s essay appears on pp. [448]-449. Originally published in the 3 April 2000 issue of The New Yorker.

Writers at the Movies (Perennial, 2000)


Notes on this edition: Julian Barnes. “Book into Film: Chabrol’s Madame Bovary.” Writers at the Movies: Twenty-Six Contemporary Authors Celebrate Twenty-Six Memorable Movies. Edited by Jim Shepard. New York: Perennial, 2000. Pp. 277 + [1].23.1 x 15.5 cm. ISBN: 0060954914.

 

The Esquire Book of Sports Writing (Penguin, 1995)


Notes on this edition: Julian Barnes & Martin Amis. “The Grudge Match”. The Esquire Book of Sports Writing. Edited by Greg Williams. London: Penguin, 1995. Pp. 229 [230]. 19.7 x 12.9 cm. ISBN: 0140251243.

The entire entry runs from pp. 117-[124] with Julian  Barnes’s specific contribution on pp. 121-[124]. Originally published in Esquire Magazine in 1991.

The Writing Life | Uncorrected Proof (Public Affairs, 2003)


Notes on this edition: The Writing Life: Writers on How They Think and Work. Edited by Marie Arana. New York: Public Affairs, 2003. Pp. 404 + [6]. 20.8 x 13.9 cm.

Uncorrected proof in paper covers. Julian Barnes’s entry is titled “Literary Executions” appears on pp. 382-386. Barnes’s biographical profile appears on pp. [380]-382.

“A Collection from The Washington Post Book World”.

Ford Madox Ford, France and Provenance (Rodopi, 2011)


Notes on this edition: Julian Barnes. “Ford and Provence”. Ford Madox Ford, France and Provenance. Edited by Dominique Lemarchal and Claire Davison-Pégon. Amsterdam: Editions Rodopi B.V., 2011. Pp. 297 + [23]. 22 x 15 cm. ISBN: 9789042033474.

Barnes’s essay appears on pp. 153-163. “An un-annotated version of this essay was first published in the Guardian, 21 August 2010, Review, 2-4, under the title ‘Ford Madox Ford’s passionate affair with Provence‘.”

Das Winterlesebuch | “Der 50-Pence-Nikolaus” (Wilhelm Heyne, 1999; German)


Notes on this edition: Das Winterlesebuch: Geschichten für lange Winterabende. Wilhelm Heyne, 1999. Pp. 377 + [7]. 18 x 11.5 cm. ISBN: 3453161416. (German).

Reprints Dan Kavanagh’s short story “Der 50-Pence-Nikolaus” (translated by Gertraude Krueger): pp. 57-[64]. Originally published in Time Out magazine.

Flaubert’in Papağanı | Flaubert’s Parrot (Can Yayınları, 1989; Turkish)


Notes on this edition: Flaubert’in Papağanı | Flaubert’s Parrot. Istanbul: Can Yayınları, 1989. Pp. 248. 19.5 x 12.6. Translated by Savkar Altinel. ISBN: 9755100350. (Turkish).