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- A Charmed Circle (1929)
- Let Me Alone (1930)
- The Dark Sisters (1930)
- A Stranger Still (1935)
- Goose Cross (1936)
- Rich Get Rich (1937)
- Asylum Piece (1940)
- Change The Name (1941)
- I Am Lazarus (1945)
- Sleep Has His House (a.k.a. The House of Sleep) (1948)
- The Horse's Tale (with K. T. Bluth) (1949)
- A Scarcity of Love (1956)
- Eagle's Nest (1957)
- A Bright Green Field and Other Stories (1958)
- Who Are You? (1963)
- Ice (1967)
- Julia and the Bazooka (1970)
- My Soul in China (1975)
- My Madness: Selected Writings (1990)
- Mercury (1994)
- The Parson (1995)
- Guilty (2007)
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- "A Stranger on Earth: The Life and Work of Anna Kavan", by Jeremy Reed. London: Peter Owen, 2006.
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