Hal’s Quotes & Notes: Index of Titles

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combined index

Some items without definite titles (e.g.: newspaper columns and cartoons; introductions) do not appear here, although they can be found via the authors index.
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H HE HI HO HOW HU
H Is for HawkHelen Macdonald
The Book of HabakkukHabakkuk
The Hag SéleenTheodore Sturgeon and James H. Beard
The HandWessel Hyatt Smitter
The Hand of OberonRoger Zelazny
The Happiest Day in the Life of My FatherKurt Vonnegut, Jr.
A Hat Full of SkyTerry Pratchett
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H HE HI HO HOW HU
He Came Down from HeavenCharles Williams
He Thinks He’s WonderfulF. Scott Fitzgerald
He Who ShapesRoger Zelazny
The HeartTheodore Sturgeon

The Hebrew Gospel
and the Development of the Synoptic Tradition

James R. Edwards
Hebrewsvariously attributed
Hell Is ForeverAlfred Bester
The Hell-Bound TrainRobert Bloch
The Helping HandPoul Anderson
Henry IV, part 1William Shakespeare
Henry IV, part 2William Shakespeare
Henry VWilliam Shakespeare
HereticsGilbert K. Chesterton
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H HE HI HO HOW HU
Hiero the TyrantXenophon
HipparchicusXenophon
L’Histoire des États et Empires du SoleilSavinien Cyrano de Bergerac

A History of Minnesota
Vol. I
Vol. 2

William Watts Folwell
The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the GalaxyDouglas Adams
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H HE HI HO HOW HU
The HobbitJ. R. R. Tolkien
Hobson’s ChoiceAlfred Bester
Hocus PocusKurt Vonnegut, Jr.
HogfatherTerry Pratchett
Holy MasqueradeOlov Hartman
The Holy NameC. S. Lewis
The Homecoming of Beorhtnoth Beorhthelm’s SonJ. R. R. Tolkien
Homicidal Psycho Jungle CatBill Watterson
‘Horrid Red Things’C. S. Lewis
On HorsemanshipXenophon
The House SurgeonRudyard Kipling
 HOW

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H HE HI HO HOW HU
How the Alphabet was MadeRudyard Kipling
How the First Letter was WrittenRudyard Kipling
How the Leopard got his SpotsRudyard Kipling
How the Rhinoceros got his SkinRudyard Kipling
How the Whale got his ThroatRudyard Kipling
How to Be a Good Cavalry CommanderXenophon
How to Count on Your FingersFrederik Pohl
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H HE HI HO HOW HU
The Humanitarian Theory of PunishmentC. S. Lewis
The HumoursRobert Sheckley
On HuntingXenophon
The Hunting of the SnarkLewis Carroll
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 I  IN INN IR
I Go PogoWalt Kelly
The Ice PalaceF. Scott Fitzgerald
An Ideal HusbandOscar Wilde

Idiom Shortage Leaves Nation
All Sewed Up In Horse Pies

The Onion
The Idylls of the QueenPhyllis Ann Karr
the IliadHomer
An IliadLisa Peterson and Denis O’Hare
I’m in Marsport without HildaIsaac Asimov
Im Westen Nichts NeuesErich Maria Remarque
The Importance of Being EarnestOscar Wilde
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 I  IN INN IR
In Flanders FieldsLt. Col. John McCrae
In the Kingdom of Mao BellNeal Stephenson
In a Manner That Must Shame God HimselfKurt Vonnegut, Jr.
In the Matter of J. Robert OppenheimerHeinar Kipphardt
In Memoriam: Sherlock HolmesChristopher Morley
The Incompleat PogoWalt Kelly
Infancy of Jesus Christauthor unknown
Inherit the WindJerome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee
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 I  IN INN IR
The Inner RingC. S. Lewis
The Innkeeper’s SongPeter S. Beagle
The Innocence of Father BrownG. K. Chesterton
Innovation StarvationNeal Stephenson
Instant PogoWalt Kelly
Institutes of the Christian ReligionJohn Calvin
Interesting TimesTerry Pratchett
Internal AffairKeith Laumer
Introduction to Bagombo Snuff BoxKurt Vonnegut
Introduction to Mark Twain on the Damned Human RaceJanet Smith
Introduction to Timeless Stories for Today and TomorrowRay Bradbury (as editor)
Introduction to Trigger WarningNeil Gaiman
The IntrusionIsaac Asimov
The Invention of LoveTom Stoppard
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 I  IN INN IR
An Irish Airman Foresees His DeathWilliam Butler Yeats
Is Progress Possible? Willing Slaves of the Welfare StateC. S. Lewis
Is Theology Poetry?C. S. Lewis
Is There a Demon Lover in the House?Roger Zelazny
The Book of IsaiahIsaiah, son of Amoz
It Only TuesdayThe Onion
It’s a Magical WorldBill Watterson
“It’s Great to Be Back!”Robert A. Heinlein
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