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

EDITOR'S CORNER

 

ARTICLES:


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'"


BOOK REVIEWS:

  • 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

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