CHANDLER, Raymond Thornton (USA, UK)
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26 1959 . Scripps Clinic, La Jolla, California

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http://www.eskimo.com/~noir/btitles/chandler/chandlerbib.shtml

Raymond Chandlers Rara-Avis Bibliography

RARA-AVIS is the home page of a mailing list devoted to the discussion of hardboiled fiction. We've included their Chandler bibliography here, but please do visit their homepage at the link above! They note that the following bibliography as "believed to be complete, aside from some anthologies."
Books

The Big Sleep (Knopf, 1939)
Farewell, My Lovely (Knopf, 1940)
The High Window (Knopf, 1942)
The Lady in the Lake (Knopf, 1943)
Five Murderers (Avon Murder Mystery Monthly 19, 1944) - Five Sinister Characters (Avon Murder Mystery Monthly 28, 1945)

The Finger Man and Other Stories (Avon Murder Mystery Monthly 43, 1946) Spanish Blood (World, 1946) Red Wind (World, 1946) The Little Sister (Houghton Mifflin, 1949)
The Simple Art of Murder (Houghton Mifflin, 1950) The Simple Art of Murder (Hamish Hamilton, 1950) Trouble is My Business (Penguin, 1950) The Long Goodbye (Houghton Mifflin, 1953)
Pick-Up On Noon Street (Pocket Books, 1953) The Simple Art of Murder (Pocket Books, 1953) Playback (Houghton Mifflin, 1958)
Poodle Springs (uncomplete 1959, finished by Robert B. Parker 1989, original incomplete draft published in Raymond Chandler Speaking, 1984)
Killer in the Rain (Houghton Mifflin, 1964) The Smell of Fear (Hamish Hamilton, 1965)
The Notebooks of Raymond Chandler (Ecco, 1976; edited by Frank MacShane)
Many excerpts from notebooks
"English Summer"
Backfire (Santa Theresa, 1984)
Letters by Chandler (?)
Note

Chandler would often cannabilize earlier short stories for novels, and it can be a strange experience to read the short stories after the novel. He didn't allow the stories to be collected and printed in his lifetime, but they show up in Killer in the Rain.

The Big Sleep uses "The Curtain" and "Killer in the Rain." Farewell, My Lovely uses "The Man Who Liked Dogs," "Try the Girl," and "Mandarin's Jade." The Lady in the Lake uses "Bay City Blues," "The Lady in the Lake" and "No Crime in the Mountains."

Doug (crippenl@norfolk.infi.net) adds re: The Simple Art of Murder: "It should be noted that the names of the protagonists in four of the stories have been changed: Mallory to Johnny Dalmas in 'Smart-Aleck Kill,' unnamed narrator to Philip Marlowe in 'Finger Man,' Carmady to Marlowe in 'Goldfish,' and Dalmas to Marlowe in 'Red Wind.'"

Short Fiction
"Blackmailers Don't Shoot" (Black Mask, December 1933)
"Smart-Aleck Kill" (Black Mask, July 1934)
"Finger Man" (Black Mask, October 1934)
"Killer in the Rain" (Black Mask, January 1935)
"Nevada Gas" (Black Mask, June 1935)
"Spanish Blood" (Black Mask, November 1935)
"Guns at Cyrano's" (Black Mask, January 1936)
"The Man Who Liked Dogs" (Black Mask, March 1936)
"Noon Street Nemesis" (a.k.a. "Pick-up on Noon Street") (Detective Fiction Weekly, 30 May 1936)
"Goldfish" (Black Mask, June 1936)
"The Curtain" (Black Mask, September 1936)
"Try the Girl" (Black Mask, January 1937) (The big guy wasn't any of my business)(Tom Aleidis)
"Mandarin's Jade" (Dime Detective Magazine, November 1937)
"Red Wind" (Dime Detective Magazine, January 1938)
"The King in Yellow" (Dime Detective Magazine, March 1938)
"Bay City Blues" (Dime Detective Magazine, June 1938)
"The Lady in the Lake" (Dime Detective Magazine, January 1939)
"Pearls Are a Nuisance" (Dime Detective Magazine, April 1939)
"Trouble Is My Business" (Dime Detective Magazine, August 1939)
"I'll Be Waiting" (Saturday Evening Post, 14 October 1939)
"The Bronze Door" (Unknown, November 1939)
"No Crime in the Mountains" (Detective Story, September 1941)
"Professor Bingo's Snuff" (Park East Magazine, June-August 1951)
"English Summer" (1957) (first printed in The Notebooks of Raymond Chandler, 1976)
"Marlowe Takes on the Syndicate" (1958) (London Daily Mail, 6-10 April 1959; published as "Wrong Pidgeon" in Manhunt, February 1961; a.k.a. "The Pencil")

Short Nonfiction
"The Simple Art of Murder" (The Atlantic Monthly, December 1944)
"Writers in Hollywood" (The Atlantic Monthly, November 1945)
"Oscar Night in Hollywood" (The Atlantic Monthly, March 1948)
"A Couple of Writers" (1951) (first published in Raymond Chandler Speaking, 1984)
"Ten Per Cent of Your Life" (The Atlantic Monthly, February 1952)

Screenplays
And Now Tomorrow (1944, with Frank Partos and Frank Patton)
Double Indemnity (1944, with Billy Wilder)
The Unseen (1945, with Hagar Wilde)
The Blue Dahlia (1946)
Playback (1948) (never filmed, published as Raymond Chandler's Unknown Thriller, 1985)
Strangers on a Train (1951) (script never used)
Once You Meet a Stranger (1996, remake of Strangers on a Train, Tommy Lee Wallace reworking script)

Adaptations
The Falcon Takes Over (1942, from Farewell, My Lovely)
Time to Kill (1942, from ?)
Murder, My Sweet (1944, from Farewell, My Lovely)
The Big Sleep (1946)
The Brasher Doubloon (1947, from The High Window)
Lady in the Lake (1947)
"The Adventures of Philip Marlowe" (17 June 1947 - 15 September 1951) (NBC, CBS radio)
Marlowe (1969, from The Little Sister)
The Long Goodbye (1973)
Farewell, My Lovely (1975)
The Big Sleep (1978)
"Philip Marlowe, Private Eye" (1989) (TV series)
Poodle Springs (1998) (TV movie)

References
Bruccoli, Matthew J. Raymond Chandler: A Descriptive Bibliography (Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 1979)
Durham, Philip. Down These Man Streets A Man Must Go: Raymond Chandler's Knight (University of North Carolina Press: Chapel Hill, 1963)
Gardiner, Dorothy and Kathrine Sorley Walker, editors. Raymond Chandler Speaking (London: Allison and Busby, 1984)
Tom Hiney. Raymond Chandler: A Biography (Chatto & Windus: London, 1997)
Luhr, William. Raymond Chandler and Film (Frederick Ungar, 1982)
Knight, Stephen. Form & Ideology in Crime Fiction (Indiana University Press: Bloomington, 1980)
MacShane, Frank. The Life of Raymond Chandler (Dutton, 1976)
MacShane, Frank, editor. Selected Letters of Raymond Chandler (Colombia University Press, 1981)
Pendo, Stephen. Raymond Chandler on Film
Silver, Alain and Elizabeth Ward. Raymond Chandler's Los Angeles (Overlook Press, 1987)
Thorpe, Edward. Chandlertown: The Los Angeles of Philip Marlowe (London: Vermilion, 1983)




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