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A selection of Chess materials

Fiction
Chess
Arrabal, Fernando The Tower Struck By Lightning
Beckett, Samuel Murphy
Carroll, Lewis Alice's Adventures in Wonderland
Through the Looking Glass
Hansen, Brooks The Chess Garden; or, the Twilight Letters of Gustav Uyterhoeven
Keyes, Frances Parkinson The Chess Players
Maurensig, Paolo The Luneberg Variation
Nabokov, Vladimir The Defense
Neville, Katherine The Eight
Orwell, George 1984
Perez-Reverte, Arturo The Flanders Panel
Stryker, Dev End Game
Tevis, Walter S. The Queen's Gambit
Zweig, Stefan The Royal Game and Other Stories
Go
Kawabata, Yasunari The Master of Go
Shan, Sa The Girl Who Played Go
Games and Game Theory
Hesse, Hermann The Glass Bead Game (Magister Ludi)

Non-fiction
Chess
794.09 Fal 1961 Falkener, Edward Games, Ancient and Oriental and How to Play Them
794.1 Ale Alexander, Conel H. O'D. A Book of Chess
794.1 Coc Cockburn, Alexander Idle Passion: Chess and the Dance of Death
794.1 D42c Dennis, Jessie McNab Chess: East and West, Past and Present; A Selection from the Gustavus A. Pfeiffer Collection
794.1 qFin Finkenzeller, Roswin and William Ziehr & Emil Buhrer Chess: A Celebration of 2,000 Years
794.1 qHar Hartson, William The Kings of Chess: A History of Chess, Traced Through the Lives of Its Greatest Players
794.1 Hoo Hooper, David and Kenneth Whyld The Oxford Companion to Chess
794.1 Kee Keene, Raymond D. Chess for Absolute Beginners
794.1 R27t Reinfeld, Fred The Treasury of Chess Lore
794.1 Sa3c Salzmann, Jerome The Chess Reader: The Royal Game in World Literature
794.1 Sch 1981 Schonberg, Harold C. Grandmasters of Chess
794.1 Uni United States Chess Federation U.S. Chess Federation's Official Rules of Chess
794.1 Wai Waitzkin, Fred Searching for Bobby Fischer: The World of Chess, Observed by the Father of a Child Prodigy
794.109 Eal Eales, Richard Chess, the History of a Game
794.109 qSai Saidy, Anthony and Norman Lessing The World of Chess
794.12 Smu Smullyan, Raymond M. The Chess Mysteries of Sherlock Holmes
794.12 SmuA Smullyan, Raymond M. The Chess Mysteries of the Arabian Nights
794.15 Fin 1976 Fine, Reuben The World's Great Chess Games
794.15 Fin Fine, Reuben Bobby Fischer's Conquest of the World's Chess Championship: The Psychology and Tactics of the Title Match
794.157 Hor Horowitz, I. A. The World Chess Championship: A History
808.8 Hoc Hochberg, Burt The 64-Square Looking Glass: The Great Game of Chess in World Literature
813.08 Man Manson, Cynthia and Constance Scarborough Win, Lose or Die: Stories from Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine and Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine
Computer Chess
794.17 Hsu Hsiung, Feng Behind Deep Blue: Building the Computer That Defeated the World Chess Champion
794.17 Lev Levy, David N. L. Chess and Computers
794.17 Lev Levy, David N. L. How Computers Play Chess
794.17 New Newborn, Monty Kasparov Versus Deep Blue: Computer Chess Comes of Age
794.172 Law Lawrence, Al Playing Computer Chess: Getting the Most Out of Your Game
Shogi
794.1 Oh1j Ohara, Eiroku Japanese Chess: The Game of Shogi

Multimedia
794.12 Cro Crowther, Mark Chess on the Net
CD-ROM j794.1 Che Chess Mates (Windows 95, 3.1 and Macintosh)
CD-ROM 794.1 Mau Maurice Ashley Teaches Chess for Beginning and Intermediate Players (Windows 95, 3.1)
CD-ROM 794.1 Wai Chessmaster 6000 (Macintosh)
CD-ROM 794.1 Wai Chessmaster 7000 (Windows 95/98)
CD-ROM 794.1 Wai Chessmaster 8000 (Windows 95/98)
Compact Disc 794.14 Che Anderson, Rice & Ulvaeus; London Symphony Orchestra Chess
DVD 794.12 Sei Pro Chess: The Video Chess Mentor
Video j Bird Bird, Stewart The Mighty Pawns
Video 794.1 Col Cole, Doug Play Chess
Video 794.1 Pan Pandolfini, Bruce Understanding Chess
Video 794.12 Pro Pro Chess

"Victory goes to the player who makes the next-to-last mistake."
   - Chessmaster Savielly Grigorievitch Tartakower, 1887-1956 Printed List October 1998 jw
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