Pearl Buck

Bibliography


Selected works
East Wind: West Wind. – New York : John Day, 1930
The Good Earth. – New York : John Day, 1931
Sons. – New York : John Day, 1932
The Young Revolutionist. – New York : Friendship, 1932
The First Wife and Other Stories. – New York : John Day, 1933
The Mother. – New York : John Day, 1934
A House Divided. – New York : Reynal & Hitchcock, 1935
House of Earth. .– New York : Reynal & Hitchcock, 1935. – Comprises The Good Earth, Sons, and A House Divided.
The Exile. – New York : Reynal & Hitchcock, 1936
Fighting Angel : Portrait of a Soul. – New York : Reynal & Hitchcock, 1936
This Proud Heart. – New York : Reynal & Hitchcock, 1938
The Chinese Novel. – New York : John Day, 1939
The Patriot. – New York : John Day, 1939
Other Gods : An American Legend. – New York : John Day, 1940
Today and Forever : Stories of China. – New York : John Day, 1941
Of Men and Women. – New York : John Day, 1941
American Unity and Asia. – New York : John Day, 1942
China Sky – New York : Triangle, 1942
The Chinese Children Next Door. – New York : John Day, 1942
Dragon Seed. – New York : John Day, 1942
What America Means to Me. – New York : John Day, 1943
The Promise. – New York : John Day, 1943
The Dragon Fish. – New York : John Day, 1944
China Flight. – Philadelphia : Triangle/Blakiston, 1945
The Townsman. – New York : John Day, 1945
Portrait of a Marriage. – New York : John Day, 1945
Pavilion of Women. – New York : John Day, 1946
The Angry Wife. – New York : John Day, 1947
Far and Near : Stories of Japan, China, and America. – New York : John Day, 1947
Peony. – New York : John Day, 1948
The Big Wave. – New York : John Day, 1948
Kinfolk. – New York : John Day, 1949
The Long Love. – New York : John Day, 1949
The Child Who Never Grew. – New York : John Day, 1950
One Bright Day. – New York : John Day, 1950
God’s Men. – New York : John Day, 1951
The Hidden Flower. – New York : John Day, 1952
Bright Procession. – New York : John Day, 1952
Come, My Beloved. – New York : John Day, 1953
The Man Who Changed China : The Story of Sun Yat-sen. – New York : Random House, 1953
Voices in the House. – New York : John Day, 1953
My Several Worlds. – New York : John Day, 1954
The Beech Tree. – New York : John Day, 1954
Imperial Woman. – New York : John Day, 1956
Letter from Peking. – New York : John Day, 1957
Command the Morning. – New York : John Day, 1959
Fourteen Stories. – New York : John Day, 1961
A Bridge for Passing. – New York : John Day, 1962
Satan Never Sleeps. – New York : Pocket Books, 1962
The Living Reed. – New York : John Day, 1963
The Joy of Children. – New York : John Day, 1964
Children for Adoption. – New York : Random House, 1965
Death in the Castle. – New York : John Day, 1965
Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John. – New York : John Day, 1966
The People of Japan. – New York : Simon & Schuster, 1966
The Time Is Noon. – New York : John Day, 1967
To My Daughters, With Love. – New York : John Day, 1967
The New Year. – New York : John Day, 1968
The Good Deed, and Other Stories of Asia, Past and Present. – New York : John Day, 1969
The Three Daughters of Madame Liang. – New York : John Day, 1969
Mandala. – New York : John Day, 1970
The Kennedy Women. – New York : Cowles, 1970;
China as I See It. – New York : John Day, 1970
Gift for the Children. – New York : John Day, 1971
Pearl Buck’s America. – New York : Bartholomew, 1971
The Story Bible. – New York : Bartholomew, 1971
China Past and Present. – New York : John Day, 1972
The Goddess Abides. – New York : John Day, 1972
Once Upon a Christmas. – New York : John Day, 1972
All Under Heaven. – New York : John Day, 1973
Mrs. Starling’s Problem. – New York : John Day, 1973
The Rainbow. – New York : John Day, 1974

The Swedish Academy, 2008

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MLA style: Pearl Buck – Bibliography. NobelPrize.org. Nobel Media AB 2018. Thu. 20 Sep 2018. <https://www.nobelprize.org/prizes/literature/1938/buck/bibliography/>

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