The Works of Thomas Berger
“I need some rest between novels, but I can never take much, because real life is unbearable to me unless I can escape from it into fiction.”
– Thomas Berger, New York Times Book Review, April 6, 1980
- Crazy in Berlin, Scribner, 1958.
- Reinhart in Love, Scribner, 1962.
- Little Big Man, Dial, 1964.
- Killing Time, Dial, 1967.
- Vital Parts, Baron, 1970.
- Regiment of Women, Simon & Schuster, 1973.
- Sneaky People, Simon & Schuster, 1975.
- Who Is Teddy Villanova?, Delacorte, 1977.
- Arthur Rex: A Legendary Novel, Delacorte, 1978.
- Neighbors, Delacorte, 1980.
- Reinhart’s Women, Delacorte, 1981.
- The Feud, Delacorte, 1983.
- Nowhere, Delacorte, 1985.
- Being Invisible, Little, Brown, 1987.
- The Houseguest, Little, Brown, 1988.
- Changing the Past, Little, Brown, 1989.
- Orrie’s Story, Little, Brown, 1990.
- Meeting Evil, Little, Brown, 1992.
- Robert Crews, Morrow, 1994.
- Suspects, Morrow, 1996.
- The Return of Little Big Man, Little, Brown, 1999.
- Best Friends, Simon & Schuster, 2003.
- Adventures of the Artificial Woman, Simon & Schuster, 2004.
- Other People (play), first produced at Berkshire Theatre Festival, 1970.
- Granted Wishes (short stories), Lord John Press, 1984.
- (With Sidney L. Sondergard and William C. Bradford) An Index of Characters in Early Modern English Drama: Printed Plays, 1500-1660, Cambridge University Press, 1998.
- (Editor, with Laurie E. Maguire) Textual Formations and Reformations, University of Delaware Press, 1999.
- (Editor, with Jill L. Levenson and Barry Gaines) William Shakespeare, Romeo and Juliet, 1597, Oxford University Press, 2000.
Also author of play “The Burglars,” published in New Letters, fall, 1988. Contributor of short stories to periodicals, including Gentleman’s Quarterly, American Review, Penthouse, Playboy, Saturday Evening Post, and Harper’s.
Media Adaptations: Little Big Man was adapted as a film starring Dustin Hoffman, 1970; Neighbors was adapted as a film starring John Belushi, Universal, 1981.