JDHLS Volume 1, Number 2 (2007)

Editorial Notes and Acknowledgements

~Andrew Harrison

Further Letters of D.H. Lawrence

~James T. Boulton

Helen Corke’s Autobiography, Part II: 1913-1952, The Light of Common Day, or Not in Entire Forgetfulness

~Helen Baron

D.H. Lawrence and Philip Heseltine

~James T. Boulton

Editing ‘Wintry Peacock’

~N.H. Reeve

“To My Dear Conway/These Proofs”: A Note on the Textual Transmission of St. Mawr

~Paul Poplawski

Lawrence, Madame Douillet and the Hotel Beau Rivage

~Peter Preston and Keith Cushman

‘The Uses of Lady Chatterley

~Sean Matthews

Frieda von Richthofen and Karl von Marbahr

~John Worthen

Lawrence and the Death-Bed Doodles

~David Ellis


J. C. F. Littlewood, D. H. Lawrence: The Major Phase. Studies in Tradition and Renewal. Ed. William Shearman. Denton Harleston: Brynmill Press, 2002. ~Bethan Jones

D. H. Lawrence: Literature, History, Culture. Ed. Michael Bell, Keith Cushman, Takeo Iida, and Hiro Tateishi. Tokyo: Kokusho-KankoKai Press, 2005. ~Jonathan Long

Keith Sagar, D. H. Lawrence: Poet. Humanities-Ebooks. ~Bethan Jones

Youngjoo Son, Here and Now: The Politics of Social Space in D. H. Lawrence and Virginia Woolf. London: Routledge, 2006. ~Oliver Taylor

Eunyoung Oh, D. H. Lawrence’s Border Crossing: Colonialism in His Travel Writings and “Leadership” Novels. London: Routledge, 2007. ~ Neil Roberts

D. H. Lawrence around the World: South African Perspectives. Ed. Jim Phelps and Nigel Bell. Empangeni. Echoing Green Press, 2007. ~Andrew Harrison