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1958

Fairburn, A[rthur] R[ex] D[ugard](1904-1957), and Glover, Denis [James Matthews](1912-80). "A Dream of John Ball" In Poetry Harbinger: Introducing A.R.D. Fairburn (6 foot 3) and Denis Glover (11 stone 7), Edited by Cannibal, Dorothy Editor. Auckland, New Zealand: Pilgrim Press, 1958.
Gundran, Olive. The Mysterious Stranger. New York: A Milestone Book/Comet Press Books, 1958.

1959

Garrett, [Gordon] Randall [Philip David](1927-87), and Harris, Larry M[ark](1933-2002). Pagan Passions. Vol. Beacon Books No. 263. Galaxy Science Fiction Novels No. 39. New York: Galaxy Publishing Co, 1959.
Garrett, [Gordon] Randall [Philip David](1927-87), and Harris, Larry M[ark](1933-2002). Pagan Passions. Vol. Beacon Books No. 263. Galaxy Science Fiction Novels No. 39. New York: Galaxy Publishing Co, 1959.

1960

Golffing, Francis(1910-2012). "Notes Towards a Utopia" In The Partisan Review . Vol. 27.3 ., 1960.

1963

Graham, Richard. "Breakdown" In Science Fiction Adventures (UK) . Vol. 6.31., 1963.
Gore, Walter. "A New Boss for the Slaughterhouse? The Report of the Planet Four Expedition" In To the Keepers of the Slaughter House. Two Narrative Stories: A Fictional But Unfictitious Study Of The Elements of Violence In the Conditions of Human Existence In the Present And In the Future--Dedicated To Man’s Supreme And Unceasing Struggle To Conquer Violence Completely And for All Time. London: Mitre Press, 1963.
Gibbs, Barbara(1912-93), and Golffing, Francis(1910-2012). Possibility; An Essay in Utopian Vision. Foreword. Introductory. The Oedipal Personality. Amherst, MA: The Green Knight Press, 1963.
Gibbs, Barbara(1912-93), and Golffing, Francis(1910-2012). Possibility; An Essay in Utopian Vision. Foreword. Introductory. The Oedipal Personality. Amherst, MA: The Green Knight Press, 1963.
Gore, Walter. "Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Doomsday: A Narrative Story" In To the Keepers of the Slaughter House. Two Narrative Stories: A Fictional But Unfictitious Study Of The Elements of Violence In the Conditions of Human Existence In the Present And In the Future--Dedicated To Man’s Supreme And Unceasing Struggle To Conquer Violence Completely And for All Time . London: Mitre Press, 1963.
Good[rich], Charles H.(b. ca. 1896). The Wheel Comes a Turn; A Novel Based On Scientific Study of War of the Sexes. New York: Vantage Press, 1963.
Good[rich], Charles H.(b. ca. 1896). The Wheel Comes a Turn; A Novel Based On Scientific Study of War of the Sexes. New York: Vantage Press, 1963.

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