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Evergreen review by Barney Rosset
Evergreen Review Vol. 1 No. 1 by Samuel Beckett1
Evergreen Review Volume 1, Number 2 / San Francisco Scene by Barney Rossetv. 1, no. 2
Evergreen Review No. 3 by Barney Rossetno. 3
Evergreen Review: Volume 1, Number 4 by Barney Rossetno. 4
Evergreen Review No. 5 by Barney Rossetno. 5
Evergreen Review No. 6 by Barney Rossetno. 6
Evergreen Review 7 the Eye of Mexico by Barney Rossetno. 7 Eye of Mexico
Evergreen Review: No. 8 (Spring 1959) by Barney Rossetv. 2, no. 8
EVERGREEN REVIEW: VOL. 3, NO. 9: SUMMER 1959 by Barney Rosset9
Evergreen Review, Volume 3, Number 10, November - December 1959 by Barney Rossetv. 3, no. 10
Evergreen Review. Vol. 4, No. 11. January-February 1960. by Barney Rosset11
Evergreen Review, Number 12 by Barney Rosset12
Evergreen Review 13 "What Is Pataphysics?" by Barney Rossetv. 4, no. 13 What is 'Pataphysics?
Evergreen Review, Volume 4, Number 14, September - October 1960 by Barney Rosset14
Evergreen Review #15 by Barney Rosset15
Evergreen Review : Vol 5 No.16 Jan-Feb 1961 by Barney Rosset16
Evergreen Review. Vol.5 No 17. Mar-April 1961 by Rosset, Barney by Barney Rossetv. 5, no. 17
Evergreen Review No. 18 by Barney Rosset18
Evergreen Review 19 by Barney Rossetv. 5, no. 19
EVERGREEN REVIEW (Issue #20) "Comments on a Night Before Thinking" by ed. Barney Rosset20
EVERGREEN REVIEW: VOL. 5, NO. 21: November - December 1961 by Paul Celan21
Evergreen Review No. 22 by No Author22
EVERGREEN REVIEW: VOL. 6, NO. 23: MARCH-APRIL 1962 by Barney Rosset23
Evergreen Review, Number 24 by Barney Rossetno. 24
Evergreen Review, Volume 6, Number 25, July-August 1962. by Barney Rosset25
Evergreen Review: Volume 6, Number 26, Sept.-Oct., 1962 by Barney Rosset26
Evergreen Review, Number 27 by Barney Rossetv. 6, no. 27
Evergreen Review: Vol 7 No 28 jan-Feb 1963 by Barney Rosset28
Evergreen Review No. 29. by Barney Rosset29
Evergreen Review, Number 30, May-June 1963 (includes The New life: a day on a collective farm) by Barney Rosset30
Evergreen Review, Number 31 by Barney Rossetv. 7, no. 31
Evergreen Review, Number 32 by Barney Rosset32
Evergreen review number 33 by Barney Rossetno. 33
Evergreen Review, March 1965 (Vol. 9, No. 35) by Barney Rosset35
EVERGREEN REVIEW (Issue #42) "Fragments From a Diary" by Barney Rosset42
Evergreen Review No 44 (December 1966 ) by Barney Rosset44
Evergreen Review No 45 February 1967 by Barney Rosset45
Evergreen Review (Number 47, Volume 11) by Barney Rossetv. 11, no. 47
Evergreen Review (Number 49, Volume 11) by Barney Rossetv. 11, no. 49
EVERGREEN REVIEW (Issue #55) "A Conversation Between Ezra Pound and Allen Ginsberg" by Michael Reck (Rolf Hochhuth - Nat Hentoff - Arthur Penn - Diane Di Prima)55
Evergreen Review No. 63 by Evergreen Review63
Evergreen Review, Volume 13, Number 69, August 1969 by Barney Rosset69
Evergreen Review, Number 73 by Barney Rosset73
Evergreen Review January 1970 Volume 14 #74 Wallace Fowlie David Amram John Lahr by Barney Rossett74
EVERGREEN REVIEW: VOL. 14, NO. 78: MAY 1970 by Ed. Barney Rosset 78
The Evergreen Review No. 81 by ed. Barney Rosset81
Evergreen Review (Issue #84) "Gay Liberation: All the Sad Young Men" by Barney Rosset (Editor) - Dotson Rader84
EVERGREEN REVIEW (Issue #88) "Gay Liberation: A Gathering of Fugitives" by Dotson Rader88
Evergreen Review No. 96, Spring 1973 by Evergreen Review96
Evergreen Review No. 98 by Barney Rossetno. 98
EVERGREEN REVIEW Vol.1 Nos. 1-4 by Barney Rosset101
EVERGREEN REVIEW Vol.2 Nos. 5 - 8 by Barney Rosset102
Evergreen Review. Vol. 3, Nos. 9-10 by Barney Rosset103
Evergreen Review Vol. 5 Nos.16-21 by Evergreen Review105
Evergreen Review Reader 1957-1966 by Barney Rosset999
Evergreen Review Reader, 1957-1961 by Barney Rosset999
Evergreen review reader, 1957-1967; a ten-year anthology by Barney Rosset999
Evergreen Review Reader, 1962-67 by Barney Rosset999
The Evergreen Review Reader: 1967 -1973 by Barney Rosset999

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