The Cambridge companion to D.H. Lawrence
The Cambridge companion to D.H. Lawrence contains fourteen chapters by leading international scholars. They offer a series of new perspectives on one of the most important and controversial writers of the twentieth century. These specially-commissioned essays offer diverse and stimulating readings o...
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- Ideas, histories, generations and beliefs : the early novels to Sons and lovers / Rick Rylance
- Narrating sexuality : The rainbow / Marianna Torgovnick
- Sex and the nation : "the Prussian officer' and Women in love / Hugh Stevens
- Decolonising imagination : Lawrence in the 1920s / Mark Kinkead-Weekes
- Work and selfhood in Lady Chatterley's lover / Morag Shiach
- Lawrence's tales / Con Coroneos and Trudi Tate
- Lawrence's poetry / Helen Sword
- Lawrence as dramatist / John Worthen
- The biographical issue : lives of Lawrence / Paul Eggert
- Lawrence and modernism / Michael Bell
- Lawrence and the politics of sexual politics / Drew Milne
- Lawrence and psychoanalysis / Fiona Becket
- Apocalypse now (and then). Or, D.H. Lawrence and the swan in the electron / Sandra M. Gilbert
- Post-mortem : Lawrence's critical and cultural legacy / Chris Baldick.