I have recently begun reading The Sickness Unto Death, and I find myself falling in love with Kierkegaard's uniquely multifaceted indirect communication. I have found myself wondering how much of his work is still inaccessible to me as someone who only knows English. Does anybody know where I can find a complete list of his writings both translated and untranslated, and then short of this, which of Kierkegaard's writings have yet to be translated into English and published?

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All of Kierkegaard's published works have been translated into English and are available in several different translations luckily!

I believe most or all of Kierkegaard's unpublished work - in the form of journals and loose papers - have also been translated into English, the most recent translation being Kierkegaard's Journals and Notebooks, which just published the last volume in its series this year.

Other notable recent translations:

Wikipedia has a great list of these works for those curious.

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    I just realized I never said thanks for answering my question. Thanks so much! I really appreciate it. Commented Nov 23, 2021 at 4:09

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