Volume 42 Number 1-2
Front Cover: Two women outside a bookshop in London with paperback copies of Lady Chatterley's Lover shortly after a judge at the Old Bailey decided that it was not obscene, November 1960
Back Cover: London commuters with Lady Chatterley's Lover, November 1960
Nick Bennett, "Apocalyptic Ambiguities: D.H. Lawrence, Mythology, and the Meaning of the Great War"
David Game, "D.H. Lawrence and Zane Grey: The Idea of North-West Western Australia"
Tara Hembrough, "Forging a Shared Heroic Identity: Jack Fergusson's and Mabel Pervin's Quest in D.H. Lawrence's 'The Horse Dealer's Daughter'"
Tom Ribitzky, "Cosmic Pessimism in Lady Chatterley's Lover: D.H. Lawrence's Tristan Legend for the Twentieth Century"
Joseph Shafer, "The Haunted Literalization of D.H. Lawrence: The Daimon, Demon, and Ghost"
Deborah Spillman, "Miming Made Modern: D.H. Lawrence, Jane Harrison, and the Novel"
Theresa Thompson, "The Mystic Text: Living Space in D.H. Lawrence's Sketches of Etruscan Places"
Alex Wermer-Colon, "The Accursed Share: Primitivism, Misogyny, and Decadent Sacrifice in D.H. Lawrence's The Plumed Serpent and 'The Woman Who Rode Away'"
Seolji Han reviews Sons and Lovers: The Biography of a Novel by Neil Roberts
Virginia Hyde reviews D.H. Lawrence, Transport and Cultural Transition: "A Great Sense of Journeying" by Andrew F. Humphries
Keith Cushman reviews An Uncommon Reader: A Life of Edward Garnett, Mentor and Editor of Literary Genius by Helen Smith
Johannes Burgers reviews Gender and the Intersubjective Sublime in Faulkner, Forster, Lawrence, and Woolf by Erin K. Johns Speese
Pamela Fox reviews Home in British Working-Class Fiction by Nicola Wilson
Eleanor H. Green reviews Moral Combat: How Sex Divided American Christians and Fractured American Politics by R. Marie Griffith
Jonathan Long reviews Strange Bird: The Albatross Press and the Third Reich by Michele K. Troy
Fiona Fleming reviews Reading Thomas Hardy by George Levine
Marco Canani reviews Free Indirect Style in Modernism: Representations of Consciousness by Eric Rundquist
Annalise Grice reviews Censored: A Literary History of Subversion and Control by Matthew Fellion and Katherine Inglis
Judith Wilt reviews Haunting Modernisms: Ghostly Aesthetics, Mourning, and Spectral Resistance Fantasies in Literary Modernism by Matt Foley
Elizabeth M. Fox reviews Exquisite Masochism: Marriage, Sex, and the Novel Form by Claire Jarvis
Terry Gifford reviews Animal Narratives and Culture: Vulnerable Realism by Anna Barcz
Michael L. Ross reviews A Sense of Ancient Gods by Anthony Pacitto
LAWRENCE ON STAGE:
Catherine Brown reviews "The Daughter-in-Law" directed by Jack Gamble
FROM THE ARCHIVES:
1913 Article on Lawrence by the American Novelist and Nobel Laureate Sinclair Lewis
Editor: Richard A. Kaye