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Double Volume 34-35

Cover Illustration: A wood engraving by Blair Hughes-Stanton illustrating the title poem of Lawrene's The Ship of Death and Other Poems (Secker, 1933).  Reproduced courtesy of the estate of Blair Hughes-Stanton.


  • Gerald Doherty
    D.H. Lawrence's Sons and Lovers and the Culture of Sacrifice

  • John McKenna
    Using the Lens of Keirsian Temperament Theory to Explain Character in D.H. Lawrence's "Horse-Dealer's Daughter"

  • Michael Ross
    Transcendental Climbing:  Lawrence, Wordsworth, and Romantic Uplift

  • Greg Bentley
    Hester and the Homo-Social Order:  An Uncanny Search for Subjectivity in D.H. Lawrence's "The Rocking-Horse Winner"

  • Jake Poller
    Worshipping Life:  D.H. Lawrence and Aldous Huxley



  • D.H. Lawrence, The Vicar's Garden and Other Stories, ed. N.H. Reeve.  (Earl Ingersoll)

  • D.H. Lawrence, Late Essays and Articles, ed. James T. Boulton.  (Ginette Katz-Roy)

  • D.H. Lawrence, Introductions and Reviews, ed. N.H. Reeve and John Worthen.
    D.H. Lawrence, Psychoanalysis and the Unconscious and Fantasia of the Unconscious, ed. Bruce Steele.  (Michael Ross)

  • David Ellis, Death & the Author:  How D.H. Lawrence Died, and was Remembered.  (Keith Cushman)

  • Earl Ingersoll and Virginia Hyde, eds., Windows to the Sun:  D.H. Lawrence's "Thought-Adventures."  (Margaret Storch)

  • Michael Squires and Lynn K. Talbot, D.H. Lawrence and Frieda:  A Portrait of Love and Loyalty.  (Langdon Elsbree)

  • Louise E. Wright, Maurice Magnus:  A Biography.  (John Worthen)

  • Philip Callow, D.H. Lawrence:  Poet.  (Holly Laird)

  • Jeff Wallace, D.H. Lawrence, Science, and the Posthuman.
    Carrie Rohman, Stalking the Subject:  Modernism and the Animal.  (Bruce Clarke)

  • Andrew Harrison, D.H. Lawrence and Italian Futurism:  A Study of Influence.  (Paul Eggert)

Editor:  Eleanor H. Green

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