D. H. Lawrence: New Worlds

D. H. Lawrence: New Worlds

by Keith Cushman
     
 

ISBN-10: 083863981X

ISBN-13: 9780838639818

Pub. Date: 07/28/2003

Publisher: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press

D. H. Lawrence: New Worlds brings together a group of new essays from a cross-section of Lawrence studies today. The authors in the collection include such leading international Lawrentians as Michael Squires, John Worthen, Ginette Katz-Roy, Virginia Hyde, Peter Preston, and Jack Stewart. The collection testifies to the international nature of Lawrence studies with…  See more details below

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D. H. Lawrence: New Worlds brings together a group of new essays from a cross-section of Lawrence studies today. The authors in the collection include such leading international Lawrentians as Michael Squires, John Worthen, Ginette Katz-Roy, Virginia Hyde, Peter Preston, and Jack Stewart. The collection testifies to the international nature of Lawrence studies with essays from Lawrence scholars in the United States, Canada, England, France, Israel, and Japan. In addition, the collection demonstrates that although Lawrence has been misread as sexist, Lawrence studies has continued to attract women scholars.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780838639818
Publisher:
Fairleigh Dickinson University Press
Publication date:
07/28/2003
Pages:
288
Product dimensions:
6.40(w) x 9.10(h) x 0.90(d)

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments9
Works of D. H. Lawrence Cited Plus Abbreviations11
Introduction15
"I am in a Novel": Lawrence in Recent British Fiction25
An "Englishman at Heart"?: Lawrence and the National Identity Debates50
Lawrence and Knud Merrild: New Materials, New Perspectives68
Lawrence and the Calculus of Change96
The Life of the Son/Sun and the Death of the Mother in Sons and Lovers113
"Records of pain and hope now spent": Elegy and Expenditure in Amores132
Movement, Space, and Rhetoric in Lawrence's Travel Writing151
Metaphor in Women in Love168
Kangaroo and the Narrative of Contingency183
Mexican Cypresses: Multiculturalism in Lawrence's "Novel of America"195
"Demonish Maturity": Identity, Consumption, and the Discourse of Species in The Plumed Serpent216
Ritual Sacrifice in "The Woman Who Rode Away": A Girardian Reading230
Lawrence's Theater of the Southwest243
Deconstructing Myth in Lady Chatterley's Lover258
List of Contributors270
Index273

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