The Complete Critical Guide to D.H. Lawrence

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A figure forever remembered for the scandal and banning of Plagued by scandal, praised by fans and read by multitudes around the world, Lawrence challenged the norm and changed the definition of acceptable literature. The Complete Critical Guide to D. H. Lawrence moves beyond rehashing controversy to examine the extraordinary output of poetry, novels and non-fiction that made him a central figure in the Modernist movement. Along with Lawrence's personal history, Fiona Becket surveys the criticism of Lawrence's ...
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Overview

A figure forever remembered for the scandal and banning of Plagued by scandal, praised by fans and read by multitudes around the world, Lawrence challenged the norm and changed the definition of acceptable literature. The Complete Critical Guide to D. H. Lawrence moves beyond rehashing controversy to examine the extraordinary output of poetry, novels and non-fiction that made him a central figure in the Modernist movement. Along with Lawrence's personal history, Fiona Becket surveys the criticism of Lawrence's work, ranging from early accusations of unhealthy sexual obsession to contemporary issues such as his views on society, women and civilization. For those new to Lawrence, and for established fans, this guide places the work and the contexts of this major literary figure within easy grasp.
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Table of Contents

Series editors' preface
Acknowledgements
Abbreviations and referencing
Introduction 1
Pt. I Life and Contexts 3
a Early influences 6
b Women, relationships and marriage 10
c A literary career: Lawrence and modernism 14
d Leaving England: Italy, Ceylon, Australia 21
e America 24
f The return to Europe 27
Pt. II Work 33
a The Early writing 36
b The 'Serious English' novels 49
c New ground: the novels after 1922 69
d Poetry 80
e The novellas 87
f The short stories 91
g Discursive writing 98
h Travel writing 111
Pt. III Criticism 117
a Lawrence and his contemporaries 119
b F. R. Leavis and the 1950s 126
c Radical Lawrence 131
d Lawrence and psychoanalytic criticism 134
e Lawrence and society 138
f Lawrence and feminist literary criticism 143
g Lawrence and language 149
Chronology 159
Selected bibliography 163
Index 179
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