James Branch Cabell : An Illustrated Bibliography
Cabell's Contributions to Periodicals: Original Material


Brewer Code
Contribution Title
Periodical Date
Book Inclusion
No. 163
February 8, 1920
See notes 1, 2


In accordance with Cabell's principal of literary economy and his skill at recycling his literary output, most of his short works were later adapted and re-used in later publications. The "Book Inclusion" column lists the primary later work in which the item re-appeared.

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1. In addition to its separate publication under its own title, The Judging of Jurgen was reprinted in Jurgen and the Censor (Hall A4, 1920), and was added to the Kalki editions of Jurgen as a Foreward from the eighth printing (1922) onwards. It was incorporated into the text of the novel in the English editions (1921 onwards), and in the Storisende (Jur-E1 (S), 1928) and Red Storisende (Jur-E2 (RS), 1932) editions.

2. An article by Gilbert Cannan titled 'The Rainbow' and 'Jurgen', challenging the censorship of both Jurgen and D.H. Lawrence's The Rainbow, was printed in the same issue of the New York Tribune as The Judging of Jurgen, and was also reprinted in Jurgen and the Censor. Since it was originally printed on the same page as The Judging of Jurgen, we have included it here.