JDHLS Volume 3, Number 3 (2014)

Editorial Notes and Acknowledgements

~Susan Reid

‘Lawrence and Some Romantic Poets’

~John Worthen

‘The Streaming of the Sun and The Flowing of the Stars’: D.H. Lawrence and Peter Sculthorpe’

~Fiona Richards

‘D.H. Lawrence, Philosophy and the Novel: A Nagging Question’

~Michael Bell

‘Flowers as “Other”, then “other”, in The White Peacock and Lady Chatterley’s Lover’

~Terry Gifford

‘Senses of Touch: Henry Moore, D.H. Lawrence and The First World War’

~Jane Costin

‘Who Cares a Button’? Women in Love and the Question of Scale’

~Rachel Murray

‘The Achievement of the Cambridge Edition of the Letters and Works of D.H. Lawrence: First Study’

~Jonathan Long

‘A Genetic Study of ‘The Shades of Spring’

~Elliot Morsia

Review Essays

‘D.H. Lawrence and Dance’

Marina Ragachewskaya

‘“Pazzi Inglesi, Davvero! Such Combustible People!”: Rina Secker’s Letters About The Villa Bernarda’

~Nick Ceramella


Nick Ceramella, ed. Lake Garda: Gateway to D. H. Lawrence’s Voyage to the Sun. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2013.~Fiona Becket

Michael Schmidt, The Novel: A Biography. Cambridge, MA, and London, UK: Harvard UP, 2014. ~Michael Bell

Patrick R. Query, Ritual and the Idea of Europe in Interwar Writing. Farnham and Burlington, VT: Ashgate, 2012. ~N. H. Reeve

Kirsty Martin, Modernism and the Rhythms of Sympathy: Vernon Lee, Virginia Woolf, D. H. Lawrence. ~Marco Canani

Abbie Garrington, Haptic Modernism: Touch and the Tactile in Modernist Writing. Edinburgh: Edinburgh UP, 2013.~Jane Costin