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New Directions 50 Anthology Anniversary Issue (New Directions in Prose & Poetry) by James Laughlin50th Anniversary
New Directions in Prose and Poetry: Number One by James Laughlin, editor1
New Directions in Poetry and Prose 1937 by James Laughlin2
New Directions in Prose and Poetry: Number Three by James Laughlin, editor3
New Directions 1941 by James Laughlin6
New Directions in Prose and Poetry: Number Seven by James Laughlin, editor7
New Directions in Prose and Poetry: Number Eight by James Laughlin, editor8
New Directions 9 an annual exhibition gallery of divergent literary trends by James Laughlin, editor9
New Directions in Prose and Poetry 10 by James Laughlin10
New Directions 11 by James Laughlin11
New Directions in Prose and Poetry: Number Twelve by James Laughlin12
New Directions 13 by James Laughlin13
New Directions #14 by James Laughlin14
New Directions 15: An anthology of new directions in prose and poetry. International issue. by James Laughlin15
New Directions in Prose and Poetry 16 by Ed. James Laughlin16
New Directions 17 by James Laughlin17
New Directions 18 by James Laughlin18
New Directions in Prose and Poetry 19 by James Laughlin19
New Directions in Prose and Poetry: Number Twenty by James Laughlin20
New Directions in Prose and Poetry 21 (v. 21) by Laughlin21
New Directions 22. by James Laughlin22
New Directions in Prose and Poetry 23 by James Laughlin23
New Directions in Prose and Poetry 24 by James Laughlin24
New Directions 25 by James Laughlin25
New Directions in Prose and Poetry 26 by James Laughlin26
New Directions 27 by James Laughlin27
New Directions in Prose and Poetry 28 (New Directions in Prose & Poetry) by James Laughlin28
New Directions 29 by James Laughlin29
New Directions In Prose and Poetry 30 by James Laughlin30
New Directions 31 by James Laughlin31
New Directions in Prose and Poetry 32 (New Directions in Prose & Poetry) by James Laughlin32
New Directions 33 by James Laughlin33
New Directions 34: An International Anthology of Prose and Poetry (New Directions in Prose and Poetry) (v. 34) by James Laughlin34
New Directions in Prose and Poetry 35 by James Laughlin35
New Directions 36 by James Laughlin36
New Directions in Prose and Poetry 39 by James Laughlin39
New Directions 40 by James Laughlin40
New Directions 41: An International Anthology of Prose & Poetry by James Laughlin41
New Directions in Prose and Poetry 42 by James Laughlin42
New Directions in Prose and Poetry 44 by James Laughlin44
New Directions in Prose and Poetry 45 by James Laughlin45
New Directions in Prose and Poetry 47 by James Laughlin47
New Directions 48 by James Laughlin48
New Directions in Prose and Poetry, 49 (New Directions in Prose and Poetry) by James Laughlin49
New Directions in Prose and Poetry 50 by James Laughlin50
New Directions 51: An International Anthology of Prose & Poetry (New Directions in Prose and Poetry) (v. 51) by James Laughlin51
New directions 52 by James Laughlin52
New Directions in Prose and Poetry no. 53 by James Laughlin53
New Directions 55 by James Laughlin55
New directions in prose and poetry by James Laughlinunknown
New directions 1938. by James Laughlin1938
New Directions in Prose and Poetry 1939 by James Laughlin1939
New directions 1940. by James Laughlin1940

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