“Return of a wanderer: comparisons between 1938 and 1953”, Manchester Guardian, 7 October 1953, reprinted in Cricket.

“Popular Art and the Cultural Tradition”, translation of talk sponsored by Congress of Cultural Freedom, Preuves, March 1954; reprinted Third Text, spring 1989.

“Britain’s New Monthlies”, Saturday Review, Feb/March 1954.

Cricket reports in the Manchester Guardian, 1954: May 3, 7, 8, 10*, 11*, 12*, 13, 14, 15, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28; June 7, 14, 15, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25; July 5, 6, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24. (* reprinted in Cricket.)

“Every Cook Can Govern: A Study of Democracy in Ancient Greece, and Negro Americans and American Politics”(reprinted from Correspondence, vol. 2, no. 12), Correspondence Publishing Co., Detroit, June 1956, 24pp.; reprinted in Future.

Debate with John Arlott, “In the opinion of this house, neither toss, weather nor wicket were decisive elements in the defeat of Australia last season”, 12 March, 1957, reprinted in Newsletter of the Cricket Society, no. 48 (3) and in Cricket.

“Cricket and Contemporary life”, The Cricketer, vol. 28, no. 5, June 1957 (appears in Beyond A Boundary).

FACING REALITY (authorship originally given as J.R. Johnson with Grace C. Lee and Pierre Chaulieu), Correspondence, Detroit, 1958; republished by Facing Reality, later by Bewick Editions, Detroit 1974, 174 pp.; extracts in Radical America James Anthology, May 1970, “The Workers’ Councils in Hungary” in Future, and “New Society: New People” in Rendezvous.

“Nationalist Strain”, New Statesman, 18 January 1958.

“Without Malice”, a column in The Nation, Trinidad: 1958—December 20, 27.

“Discovering Venezuela”, 3 parts, The Nation, December 1958.

“Federation”(West Indies and British Guiana) (lecture delivered at Queen’s College, Demerara, June 1958), with preface by L.F.S. Burnham, British Guiana Argosy Co., 1959, 25pp.; reprinted in Rendezvous.

“The Artist in the Caribbean” (text of lecture at University of the West Indies, Mona, Jamaica), 1959, 8pp.; reprinted in Radical America James Anthology, May 1970, and in Future.

“Without Malice”, a column in The Nation, Trinidad: 1959—January 10, 17, 24, 31; February 7, 14, 21, 28; March 13, 20; April 10, 17; May l5, 22, 29; June 5; July 3, 17; August 7; September 25; October 2, 23, 30; November 13, 20, 27; December 4, 18, 24, 31. ( reprinted in Cricket.)

Other articles by James in The Nation, 1959:

“Tobacco and Tobago”, 31 January 1959.

“Abraham Lincoln”, 7th February 1959.

“Preliminary report on the Carnival”, 14 February 1959.

“Independence, Energy and Creative Talent of Carnival Can Do Wonders”, 21 February 1959.

“Frank Worrell must be captain”, 28th February 1959.

“This lynching-rape business”, 15 May 1959.

“Looking back at the crisis”, 5 parts, 17, 24, 31 July and 7, 14 August 1959.

“Federal Matters: the politics and personality of Dr Eric Williams”, 25 September 1959.

“Notes on the life of George Padmore”, 11 parts, September/October/November 1959, January 1960.

“Nehru”, 20 November 1959.

“Gilchrist before and Gilchrist after”, 20 November 1959, reprinted in Cricket.

“Some of the MCC players as I knew them, 2 parts, 24 and 31 December, 1959.

“Without Malice”, a column in The Nation, Trinidad: 1960—January 3, 15, 22, 29; February 5, 12, 26; March 4, 11, 18; April 1, 8; May 27; June 3, 17, 24; July 1, 8.

Other articles by James in The Nation, 1960:

“Homage to English Cricket”, 3 parts, 15/22 January/S February 1960.

“Notes on the Evans Report”, 22 January 1960.

“Make Worrell Captain”, 2 parts, 5 and 12 February, 1960.

“Divertimento or How the Masters Teach the Pupils to Ensure a Complete Mess”, 5 February 1960.

Open letter to Queen’s Park Cricket Club, 12 February 1960 (in Beyond A Boundary).

“The Jamaica Test”, 19 February 1960.

“The West Indies—Trinidad, Jamaica”, 19 February 1960.

“The Same Wretched Story” (West Indian captaincy), 26 February 1960.

“That Open Letter to Queen’s Park—was it too sharp?”, 26 February 1960.

“Why is Amery Coming Here?”, 3 parts, 26 February, 4, 11 March 1960.

“The People of the Gold Coast—they created Ghana”, 4 March 1960.

“West Indian Board of Control: the captain for Australia”, 4 March 1960; reprinted in Cricket.

“West Indies to Ghana”, 4 March 1960.

“The Press, the Party and the People”, 3 parts, 11, 18 March, 8 April 1960.

“Dr Eric Williams—PNM Political Leader: A Convention Appraisal”, 18 March 1960.

“West Indies y. Australia”, 8 April 1960.

“England y. The West Indies”, 8 April 1960.

“Without any Malice Whatsoever” (Chaguaramas—some facts), 29 April 1960.

“Trinidad Families—the James family”, 4 parts, 17, 24 June, 1, 15 July 1960.

“As Long as Possible” (the oilfield workers’ strike), 1 July 1960.

“Ghana Celebrations”, 5 parts, 15, 22, 29, July, 5, 12 August 1960.

“Dr Eric Williams, First Premier of Trinidad and Tobago—A Biographical Sketch”, PNM Publishing Co., Port of Spain, 1960, l6pp.

“Federation: We Failed Miserably—How and Why” (text of lecture to Caribbean Society, Kingston, Jamaica, November 1959 with Message to the People of Jamaica, Foreword
and letter to Norman Manley dated 1960), Vedic Enterprises, San Juan, Trinidad, 1961, 32pp.; extracts reprinted in Rendezvous.

“Resemblance to Scott and Shaw”, Trinidad Guardian, 1962.

Marxism and the Intellectuals (J.R. Johnson; includes a two-part essay, “The creative power of the working class” and “The American working class”, written in 1961 for Correspondence but then unpublished), Facing Reality, Detroit, May 1962, 32pp.; reprinted in Spheres.

“Arthur Andrew Cipriani”, Independence Supplement, Sunday Guardian, Trinidad, 26 August 1962.

Documents on the Negro Struggle (Bulletin of Marxist Studies, no. 4; includes text of discussions with Trotsky, 1933 and 1939, and Socialist Workers Party convention resolutions, 1939 and 1948), 1962; condensed in Leon Trotsky on Black Nationalism, Merit Publishers, New York, 1967; extracts in Rendezvous.

MODERN POLITICS (subtitled “A series of lectures on the subject given at the Trinidad Public Library, in its Adult Education Programme”), PNM Publishing Co., Port of Spain, 1960; new edition, with introduction by Martin Glaberman, Bewick Editions, Detroit, 1973, l76pp.; extracts in Radical America fames Anthology, May 1970, “The Battle for Survival” in Rendezvous.

PARTY POLITICS IN THE WEST INDIES, Port of Spain, 1962, 176pp.; extracts in Radical America fames Anthology, May 1970, “The Mighty Sparrow” in Future, and “The West Indian Middle Classes” in Spheres.

Letters on Organization (J.R. Johnson; written 3 December 1962—20/26 January 1963), mimeographed, Facing Reality, Detroit, 1963.

Lenin, Trotsky and the Vanguard Party: A Contemporary View (originally published in Controversy, London 1963), Facing Reality, Detroit, 1964, 8pp.

Foreword to Cricket Quarterly, vol. 1, 1963.

“Lenin and the Vanguard Party”, in Controversy, Spring 1963.

“Cricket in West Indian culture”, New Society, 6 June, 1963, reprinted in Cricket.

“West Indies v. Australia”, in Cricket Quarterly, London, vol. III, no. 3, Summer 1963.

“The West Indies and the Vote”, in New Society, 5 September 1963.

“The 1963 West Indians” (address given to the Cricket Society in the Tavern at Lord’s on 5 September 1963), in Journal of the Cricket Society, vol. II, no. 2, 1963, reprinted in Cricket.

“The departure of the West Indians”, 1963, first published in Cricket.

“Dexter and Sobers”, 1963, first published in Cricket.

“Indomitable Rebel”, review of Isaac Deutscher’s, The Prophet Outcast: Trotsky 1929—1940, in New Society, 28 November 1963.

Talks on Shakespeare: Hamlet, Macbeth, Othello (reprinted in Spheres), The Merchant of Venice (in Spheres), King Lear, “The Man Shakespeare”, written in 1963, broadcast on BBC Caribbean Service, London, 1963-4.

BEYOND A BOUNDARY, Stanley Paul/Hutchinson, London, 1963, reprinted 1966, 1969, 1976, 1980, 1986 with new foreword by Mike Brearley, 256pp.; extracts “What is Art?” in Radical America fames Anthology, May 1970; and “Against the Current” in Caribbean Essays, ed. Andrew Salkey, Evans, London, 1973; new edition Pantheon, New York, 1984.

Towards a Caribbean Nation (first published as “Parties, Politics and Economics in the Caribbean” in Freedomways, Summer 1964), Caribbean Conference Publication, 1967; reprinted in Spheres.

Series of columns in Evening Bulletin, San Fernando, Trinidad, January-April 1964. “But where are the snows of yesteryear?”, 22 January; “The letter I felt compelled to write (to Nkrumah)”, 29 January; “We Anglo-Saxons”, 19 February; “Why I complain about my people”, 4 March; “Emperor Haile Selassie”, 24 April; undated—”A Universal Declaration of Human Rights”, “The West Indian Vote”; “Miss Jamaica”; “De Gaulleand the West Indies”; “Politics as I see it”; “Man I met on Harley Street”.

Review of Frank Worrell: The Career of a Great Cricketer by Ernest Eytle, Cricket Quarterly, vol. 2, no. 1, January 1964.

“Sir J.B. Hobbs”, The Cricketer, vol. 45 February 1964, reprinted in Cricket.

“Lenin and the Problem”, article in Ghanaian political journal, 1964, reprinted in Nkrumah, 1982 edition.

“Slippery Descent” and “They never should have let this young man die” (on Nkrumah), in Trinidad Evening News, February 1964, reprinted in Nkrumah, 1982 edition.

“A National Purpose for Caribbean Peoples”, talk given to the West Indies Students’ Association in Edinburgh, Scotland, 26 February 1964; reprinted in Rendezvous.

“Race Relations in the Caribbean”, in Newsletter, Institute of Race Relations, London, April/May 1964.

“Rastafari At Home—and Abroad”, in New Left Review, no. 25, May/June 1964; reprinted in Caribbean Conference Bulletin, vol. 1, no. 2, September 1967; and in Rendezvous.

“Sobers’ greatest days are ahead of him”, The Cricketer, vol. 45, no. 11, July 1964, reprinted in Cricket.

“Parties, Politics and Economics in the Caribbean”, in Freedomways, IV:3, Summer 1964; reprinted as pamphlet “Towards a Caribbean Nation”, 1967, in C.L.R. James Symposium Document no. 4, and in Spheres.

“Nationalisation talk hints of immaturity”, in Trinidad Guardian, 30 August 1964.

“Race: the unmentionable issue”, contribution by James, Peace News, London, 25 September 1964.

“The inheritors”, in souvenir programme commemorating Sir Frank Worrell’s West Indies XI Tour, 1964.

‘Negro Americans take the lead: A statement on the crisis in American civilization”, Facing Reality Publishing Committee (chairman Martin Glaberman), Detroit, September 1964, 44pp.

“Revolutionary Creativity”, Reviews, International Socialism, (1st series) No.18, Autumn 1964

“Reflections on the late series”, in Cricket Quarterly, vol. II, no. 4, October 1964, reprinted in Cricket.

“Black Sansculottes”, in Newsletter, Institute of Race Relations, October 1964; reprinted in Rendezvous.

“Heart of the Matter” (review of Wilson Harris’s Heartland), in New Society, 22 October 1964.

“Colour: another view”, in New Society, 10 December 1964.

‘Marxism for the Sixties” (delivered to Solidarity Group in London, 1963), mimeographed, Facing Reality, Detroit May 1965.

“West Indians of East Indian Descent”, IBIS Pamphlet No.1, Trinidad, 1965, 10pp. “Wilson Harris: A Philosophical Approach” (text of speech delivered in April 1960), General public lecture series: West Indian literature, no. 1, University of the West lndies Extra-Mural Department,Port of Spain, 1965, 15pp.

“Home is where they want to be”, in Sunday Guardian Magazine, 14 February 1965.

“Wilson Harris and the Existentialist Doctrine”, lecture at University of the West indies, Trinidad, 1965, in Spheres.

“Marxism for the Sixties” (based on address “Marxism 1963” delivered to Solidarity Group in London, November 1963), in Speak Out, no. 2, May 1965.

“Mackenzie and Hawke rout West Indies”, The Times, 18 May 1965.

“Open letter on Butler”, Vanguard, organ of the Oilfield Workers’ Trade Union, Trinidad, 19 June 1965.

Introduction to reprint of W.E.B. Du Bois’s The Souls of Black Folk, Longmans, London, 1965; reprinted in Future.