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1st Edition

D.H. Lawrence





ISBN 9780415845588
Published February 13, 2013 by Routledge
394 Pages

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Book Description

This set comprises 40 volumes covering 19th and 20th century European and American authors. These volumes will be available as a complete set, mini boxed sets (by theme) or as individual volumes.
This second set compliments the first 68 volume set of Critical Heritage published by Routledge in October 1995.

Table of Contents

Introduction; Chapter 1. Henry Y oxall on four poems in ‘Books and Pictures’, Schoolmaster; Part 1 THE WHITE PEACOCK; Chapter 2 Unsigned review in Times Literary Supplement; Chapter 3 Allan Monkhouse in Manchester Guardian; Chapter 4 Unsigned review in Morning Post; Chapter 5 Violet Hunt in Daily Chronicle; Chapter 6 Unsigned review in Daily News; Chapter 7 Henry Savage in Academy; Part 2 THE TRESPASSER; Chapter 8 Unsigned review in Athenaeums; Chapter 9 Basil de Selincourt in Manchester Guardian; Chapter 10 Unsigned review in the Morning Post; Chapter 11 II. Unsigned review in New York Times Book Review; Part 3 LOVE POEMS AND OTHERS; Chapter 12 Edward Thomas in Bookman; Chapter 13 Ezra Pound in New Freewoman; Chapter 14 Unsigned review in Nation; Part 4 SONS AND LOVERS; Chapter 15 Unsigned review in Standard; Chapter 16 Unsigned review in Westminster Gazette; Chapter 17 Harold Massingham in Daily Chronicle; Chapter 18 Unsigned review in Saturday Review; Chapter 19 Lascelles Abercrombie In Manchester Guardian; Chapter 20 Unsigned review in Nation; Chapter 21 Louise Maunsell Field in New York Times Book Review; Chapter 22 Alfred Kuttner in New Republic; Part 5 THE PRUSSIAN OFFICER; Chapter 23 Unsigned review in Outlook; Part 6 THE RAINBOW; Chapter 24 Extracts from Lawrence's letters concerning The Rainbow; Chapter 25 Unsigned review in Standard; Chapter 26 Robert Lynd in Daily News; Chapter 27 27. James Douglas in Star; Chapter 28 28. Clement Shorter, comment in ‘A Literary Letter’, Sphere; Chapter 29 29. H. M. Swanwick in Manchester Guardian; Chapter 30 30. Catherine Carswell in Glasgow Herald; Chapter 31 31. Prosecution of The Rainbow, The Times; Chapter 32 32. J. C. Squire, discussion of the suppression of The Rainbow in the ‘Books in General’ column, New Statesman; Chapter 33 33. Galsworthy, letter to J.B. Pinker; Part 7 AMORES; Chapter 34 34. Francis Bickley in Bookman; Chapter 35 35. Edward Garnett,‘Art and the Moralists: Mr.D.H. Lawrence's Work’, Dial; Part 8 LOOK! WE HAVE COME THROUGH!; Chapter 36 36. John Gould Fletcher in Poetry (Chicago); Chapter 37 37. Conrad Aiken in Dial; Chapter 38 38. Louis Untermeyer, ‘D. H. Lawrence’, New Republic; Chapter 39 39. Douglas Goldring from ‘The Later Work of D. H. Lawrence’, Reputations; Part 9 THE LOST GIRL; Chapter 40 40. Virginia Woolf in Times Literary Supplement, VirginiaWoolf; Chapter 41 41. Katherine Mansfield on The Lost Girl; Chapter 42 42. Edward Garnett in Manchester Guardian; Chapter 43 43. J. M. Murry inAthenaeum; Chapter 44 44. Francis Hackett in New Republic; Chapter 45 45. Abel Chevalley on Lawrence, from Le Roman Anglais de Notre Temps; Part 10 WOMEN IN LOVE; Chapter 46 46. John Macy in New York Evening Post Literary Review; Chapter 47 47. Evelyn Scott in Dial; Chapter 48 48. Unsigned review inSaturday Westminster Gazette; Chapter 49 49. J. M. Murry in Nation and Athenaeum; Part 11 SEA AND SARDINIA; Chapter 50 50. Francis Hackett in New Republic; Part 12 AARON'S ROD; Chapter 51 51. J. M. Murry in Nation and Athenaeum; Chapter 52 52. Edward Shanks in London Mercury; Part 13 FANTASIA OF THE UNCONSCIOUS; Chapter 53 53. J. M. Murry in Algemeen Handelsblad; Part 14 ENGLAND, MY ENGLAND; Chapter 54 54 Unsigned review in New York Times Book Review; Part 15 THE LADYBIRD; Chapter 55 55. Unsigned review in Times Literary Supplement; Chapter 56 56. Charles Marriott in Manchester Guardian; Chapter 57 57. Unsigned review in Spectator; Chapter 58 58. Edward Shanks,‘ Mr. D. H. Lawrence: Some Characteristics’, London Mercury; Part 16 STUDIES IN CLASSIC AMERICAN LITERATURE; Chapter 59 59. Stuart P. Sherman, review, New York Evening Post Literary Review; Part 17 KANGAROO; Chapter 60 60. Unsigned review in Times Literary Supplement; Chapter 61 61. Alyse Gregory in Dial; Part 18 BIRDS, BEASTS AND FLOWERS; Chapter 62 62. Unsigned review in Times Literary Supplement; Chapter 63 63. Edwin Muir in Freeman; Part 19 THE BOY IN THE BUSH; Chapter 64 64. L. P. Hartley in Spectator; Chapter 65 65. John Franklin in New Statesman; Chapter 66 66. Lloyd Morris in New York Times Book Review; Chapter 67 67. Edwin Muir, ‘D. H. Lawrence’, Nation; Part 20 ST. MAWR; Chapter 68 68. Stuart P. Sherman, review, New York Herald Tribune Books; Part 21 REFLECTIONS ON THE DEATH OF A PORCUPINE; Chapter 69 69. Edward Sackville West in New Statesman; Part 22 THE PLUMED SERPENT; Chapter 70 70. Charles Marriott in Manchester Guardian; Chapter 71 71. L. P. Hartley in Saturday Review; Chapter 72 72. Katherine Anne Porter in New York Herald Tribune Books; Chapter 73 73. Richard Aldington, ‘D. H. Lawrence as Poet’, Saturday Review of Literature; Chapter 74 74. T. S. Eliot, from ‘The Contemporary Novel’ (original English text of ‘Le Roman Anglais Contemporain’, La Nouvelle Revue Française); Part 23 LADY CHATTERLEY'S LOVER; Chapter 75 75. Unsigned comment, ‘Famous Novelist's Shameful Book’, John Bull; Chapter 76 76. J. M. Murry in Adelphi; Chapter 77 77. Unsigned review in Times Literary Supplement; Chapter 78 78. V. S. Pritchett in Fortnightly Review; Chapter 79 79. Henry Hazlitt in Nation; Chapter 80 80. André Malraux, Preface to L'Amant de Lady Chatterley (translation); Chapter 81 81. Yeats on Lady Chatterley's Lover; Part 24 COLLECTED POEMS; Chapter 82 82. J. C. Squire in Observer; Chapter 83 83. Unsigned review in Times Literary Supplement; Part 25 THE PAINTINGS OF D. H. LAWRENCE; Chapter 84 84. T. W. Earp in New Statesman; Part 26 PANSIES; Chapter 85 85. Unsigned review in Times Literary Supplement; Chapter 86 86. Mark Van Doren in New York Herald Tribune Books; Part 27 PORNOGRAPHY AND OBSCENITY; Chapter 87 87. Unsigned review, New Statesman; Chapter 88 88. E. M. Forster in Nation and Athenaeum; Part 28 OBITUARIES; Chapter 89 89. The theme of decline, The Times; Chapter 90 90. ‘A Genius pain-obsessed’, Manchester Guardian; Chapter 91 91. The theme of decline again, Glasgow Herald; Chapter 92 92. J. C. Squire, the ‘precious residuum’, Observer; Chapter 93 93. Paul Rosenfeld, an assessment of Lawrence's work, New Republic; Chapter 94 94. Arnold Bennett, a tribute of admiration, Evening Standard; Chapter 95 95. E. M. Forster on Lawrence's art and ideas, The Listener; Chapter 96 96. A plain man's view, Alan Reynolds Thompson on Lawrence, Bookman (N.Y.); Chapter 97 97. ‘The victim and the sacrificial knife’, T. S. Eliot on Lawrence, a review of Son of Woman by J. M. Murry;

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