Shirley Jackson : Novels and Stories
by Jackson, Shirley; Oates, Joyce Carol (EDT)







THE LOTTERY; OR, THE ADVENTURES OF JAMES HARRIS
I The Intoxicated,
5(48)
The Daemon Lover,
10(16)
Like Mother Used to Make,
26(9)
Trial by Combat,
35(6)
The Villager,
41(6)
My Life with R.H. Macy,
47(6)
II The Witch,
53(64)
The Renegade,
57(12)
After You, My Dear Alphonse,
69(4)
Charles,
73(5)
Afternoon in Linen,
78(5)
Flower Garden,
83(25)
Dorothy and My Grandmother and the Sailors,
108(9)
III Colloquy,
117(62)
Elizabeth,
119(34)
A Fine Old Firm,
153(4)
The Dummy,
157(7)
Seven Types of Ambiguity,
164(7)
Come Dance with Me in Ireland,
171(8)
IV Of Course,
179(60)
Pillar of Salt,
184(15)
Men with Their Big Shoes,
199(8)
The Tooth,
207(18)
Got a Letter from Jimmy,
225(2)
The Lottery,
227(12)
V Epilogue,
239(4)
THE HAUNTING OF HILL HOUSE,243(178)
WE HAVE ALWAYS LIVED IN THE CASTLE,421(144)
OTHER STORIES AND SKETCHES
I UNCOLLECTED
Janice,
565(2)
A Cauliflower in Her Hair,
567(5)
Behold the Child Among His Newborn Misses,
572(7)
It Isn't the Money I Mind,
579(4)
The Third Baby's the Easiest,
583(11)
The Summer People,
594(14)
Island,
608(13)
The Night We All Had Grippe,
621(6)
A Visit; or, The Lovely House,
627(24)
This Is the Life; or, Journey with a Lady,
651(11)
One Ordinary Day, with Peanuts,
662(11)
Louisa, Please Come Home,
673(18)
The Little House,
691(9)
The Bus,
700(14)
The Possibility of Evil,
714(13)
II UNPUBLISHED
Portrait,
727(2)
The Mouse,
729(4)
I Know Who I Love,
733(12)
The Beautiful Stranger,
745(8)
The Rock,
753(19)
The Honeymoon of Mrs. Smith,
772
APPENDIX
Biography of a Story,
787(18)
Chronology,805(9)
Note on the Texts,814(6)
Notes,820


An anthology of writings by the leading mid-20th-century classic author, compiled by the National Book Award-winning author of Them, includes The Lottery, The Haunting of Hill House, We Have Always Lived in the Castle and 21 short pieces that reflect Jackson's work in other genres.





Shirley Jackson (1919–1965), a celebrated writer of horror, wrote many stories as well as six novels and two works of nonfiction.
In addition to many prize-winning and bestselling novels, including We Were the Mulvaneys, Black Water, and Because It Is Bitter and Because It Is My Heart (available in Plume editions), Joyce Carol Oates is the author of a number of works of gothic fiction including Haunted: Tales of the Grotesque (Plume), a 1995 World Fantasy Award nominee; and Zombie (Plume), winner of the 1996 Bram Stoker Award for Best Horror Novel, awarded by the Horror Writers' Association. In 1994, Oates received the Bram Stoker Lifetime Achievement Award in Horror Fiction. She is the editor of American Gothic Tales and her latest novel is Broke Heart Blues (Dutton). She lives in Princeton, New Jersey.






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