JDHLS 1996


~Catherine Greensmith

Getting the Cambridge Edition Started

~Michael Black

The True Cause of Dollie Urquhart’s Fall: Complementary Psychological Interpretations of Lawrence’s ‘The Princess’

~Paul Wood

Restructuring the Lawrence Image: Reconsidering Women in Love, The Plumed Serpent and Lady Chatterley’s Lover in the light of feminism

~Pamela Stadden

Exposition and Philosophy in Lawrence’s Twilight in Italy

~Patricia Taylor

Disputed Dregs: D.H. Lawrence and the Publications of Maurice Magnus’ Memoirs of the Foreign Legion

~Louise Wright


Sex in the Head: Vision of Feminity and Film in D.H. Lawrence, by Linda Ruth Williams. ~John Worthen

Editing D.H. Lawrence: New Versions of a Modern Author, ed. Charles Ross and Dennis Jackson. ~Paul Poplawski

D.H. Lawrence, The Story of a Marriage, by Brenda Maddox. ~Ginette Katz-Roy

D.H. Lawrence: A Reference Companion, by Paul Poplawski. ~Bethan Jones

Quetzalcoatl: The Early Version of The Plumed Serpent, ed. Louis Martz. ~L.D. Clark

D.H. LawrenceL Aesthetics and Ideology, by Anne Fernihough. ~Fiona Becket

D.H. Lawrence: The Fox, The Captain’s Doll, The Ladybird, ed. Dieter Mehl; The Theory and Practice of Text-Editting, ed. Ian Small and Marcus Walsh; Three Novels, by Joseph Conrad. ~Rosemary Howard