Originally published in 1983, D.H. Lawrence is an annotated bibliographic collection of works by and about D.H. Lawrence. Consisting of three parts, the primary bibliography contains separate bibliographies of Lawrence’s major publications, of collection editions of his works, of his letters, and of concordances to his writings. The secondary bibliography contains bibliographies of biographical and critical publications concerning Lawrence, generally or his individual works. Appnedixes and Indexes include an extensive checklist of major foreign-language publications concerning Lawrence and a useful topical and thematic subject index for the guide.
Part I: Primary Bibliography
1. Major Works
2. Anthologies, Collections, Editions and Selections
Part II: Secondary Bibliography
6. Biographies, Memoirs, Reminiscences, Interviews
7. Book-length Critical Studies and Essay Collection
8. General Critical Articles or Chapters
9. Studies of The White Peacock
10. Studies of The Trespasser
11. Studies of Sons and Lovers
12. Studies of The Rainbow
13. Studies of Women in Love
14. Studies of The Lost Girl
15. Studies of Aaron’s Rod
16. Studies of Kangaroo
17. Studies of The Boy in the Bush
18. Studies of The Plumed Serpent
19. Studies of Lady Chatterley’s Lover
20. Studies of the Novellas and Short Stories
21. Studies of the Paintings
22. Studies of the Play
23. Studies of the Poetry
24. Studies of the Miscellaneous Writing
A. Foreign-Language Studies
B. Study Guides
C. Unverified Texts
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