Nadine Gordimer's works

Print edition : August 01, 1998

1953: The Lying Days, London, Gollancz. 1958: A World of Strangers, London, Gollacz. 1962: Occasion for Loving, New York, Viking. 1963: The Late Bourgeois World, London, Gollacz. 1970: A Guest of Honour, New York, Viking. 1974: The Conservationist, London, Cape. 1979: Burger's Daughter, New York, Viking. 1981: July's People, New York, Viking. 1987: A Sport of Nature, London, Cape. 1990: My Son's Story, London, Bloomsbury. 1996: None to Accompany Me, London, Bloomsbury. 1998: The House Gun, London, Bloomsbury.

Short stories

1956: Six Feet of the Country, London, Gollancz. 1960: Friday's Footprint, London, Gollancz. 1965: Not for Publication, London, Gollancz. 1971: Livingstone's Companions, New York, Viking. 1975: Selected stories, London, Cape. 1980: A Soldier's Embrace, London, Cape. 1984: Something Out There, New York, Viking. 1992: Jump and Other Stories, London, Bloomsbury.

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