Frederic Ogden Nash: Poems

Bibliography

  • Candy is Dandy by Ogden Nash, Anthony Burgess, Linell Smith, and Isabel Eberstadt. Carlton Books Ltd, 1994. ISBN 0-233-98892-0
  • Custard the Dragon and the Wicked Knight by Ogden Nash and Lynn Munsinger. Little, Brown Young Readers, 1999. ISBN 0-316-59905-0
  • I'm a Stranger Here Myself by Ogden Nash. Buccaneer Books, 1994. ISBN 1-56849-468-8
  • The Old Dog Barks Backwards by Ogden Nash. Little Brown & Co, 1972. ISBN 0-316-59804-6
  • Ogden Nash's Zoo by Ogden Nash and Etienne Delessert. Stewart, Tabori, and Chang, 1986. ISBN 0-941434-95-8
  • Pocket Book of Ogden Nash by Ogden Nash. Pocket, 1990. ISBN 0-671-72789-3
  • Selected Poetry of Ogden Nash by Ogden Nash. Black Dog & Levanthal Publishing, 1995. ISBN 978-1-884822-30-8
  • The Tale of Custard the Dragon by Ogden Nash and Lynn Munsinger. Little, Brown Young Readers, 1998. ISBN 0-316-59031-2
  • Bed Riddance by Ogden Nash. Little Brown & Co, 1969. ASIN B000EGGXD8
  • "Versus" by Ogden Nash. Little, Brown, & Co, 1949.
  • Good Intentions by Ogden Nash. Little Brown & Co, 1942. ISBN 978-1-125-65764-5
  • "The Face is Familiar: The Selected Verse of Ogden Nash" by Ogden Nash. Garden City Publishing Company, Inc., 1941.
  • There's Always Another Windmill by Ogden Nash. Little Brown & Co, 1968. ISBN 0-316-59839-9
  • Private Dining Room by Ogden Nash. Little Brown & Co, 1952. ASIN B000H1Z8U4
  • Many Long Years Ago by Ogden Nash. Little Brown & Co, 1945. ISBN B000OELG1O
  • You Can't Get There From Here by Ogden Nash. Little Brown & Co, 1957.
  • I'm a Stranger Here Myself by Ogden Nash. Little Brown & Co, 1938
  • Everyone But Thee and Me by Ogden Nash. Boston : Little, Brown, 1962.
  • "Collected Verse from 1929 On" by Ogden Nash. Lowe & Brydone (Printers) Ltd., London, for J.M. Dent & Sons Ltd. 1972

Individual poems

  • "What I Know About Life" The New Yorker 24/47 (15 January 1949) : 35
  • "Carnival of Animals" The New Yorker 25/48 (7 January 1950) : 26

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