Table of Contents for Volume 20.1 (1988)

 

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ARTICLES:

 

Joan D. Peters

The Living and the Dead:  Lawrence's Theory of the Novel and the Structure of Lady Chatterley's Lover

 

Elizabeth A. Campbell

Metonymy and Character:  Sons and Lovers and the Metaphysic of Self

 

 

NOTES:

 

Daniel J. Schneider

Lawrence's Debt to Zelia Nuttall:  Additional Information

 

Robert Darroch

More on Lawrence in Australia

 

Martin Jarrett-Kerr, C.R.

The Demise of Father Tiverton

 

Charles L. Ross

"Let Him Be Killed" or "Let Him Not Be Killed":  A Reply to Wallace G. Kay

 

Takeo Iida

Lawrence's 21 April 1917 Letter to Robert Nichols

 

 

ON TEACHING LAWRENCE:

 

Paul A. Wood

Up at the Front:  A Teacher's Learning Experience with Lawrence's Sexual Politics

 

 

BIBLIOGRAPHY:

 

Yasuichiro Ohashi and Hirokazu Yoshimura

A Checklist of D.H. Lawrence Articles in Japan, 1976-1985

 

 

BOOK REVIEWS:

 

Martin Jarrett-Kerr, C.R.

Review of Ross C. Murfin,

"Sons and Lovers":  A Novel of Division and Desire

 

John Haegert

Review of Diane S. Bonds,

Language and the Self in D.H. Lawrence

 

Randy Brandes

Review of Christopher Heywood, ed.

D.H. Lawrence:  New Studies

 

Diane S. Bonds

Review of Peter Faulkner, ed.

The English Modernist Reader, 1910-1930

 

Roch C. Smith

Review of Wesley A. Kort,

Modern Fiction and Human Time:  A Study in Narrative and Belief

 

Beverly Wall

Review of Matthew J. Bruccoli,

The Fortunes of Mitchell Kennerley, Bookman

 

Brad Howard

Review of Nora Lavrin,

D.H. Lawrence:  Nottingham Connections

and of Anthony L. Lehman,

D.H. Lawrence, Idella Purnell and "Palms"

 

 

NEWS:

 

Dennis Jackson

Laurentiana

 

Contributors

 

Editor:  Dennis Jackson

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Table of Contents for Volume 20.2 (1988)

 

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ARTICLES:  (Special Issue--Mr. Noon)

 

Dennis Jackson & Lydia Blanchard

Mr. Noon's Critical Reception 1984-1988

 

Michael Black

Gilbert Noon, D.H. Lawrence, and the Gentle Reader

 

Lindeth Vasey & John Worthen

Mr. Noon / Mr. Noon

 

Philip Sicker

Surgery for the Novel:  Lawrence's Mr. Noon and the "Gentle Reader"

 

Maria Aline Ferreira

Mr. Noon:  The Reader in the Text

 

Lydia Blanchard

D.H. Lawrence and His "Gentle Reader":  The New Audience of Mr. Noon

 

Peter Balbert

Silver Spoon to Devil's Fork:  Diana Trilling and the Sexual Ethics of Mr. Noon

 

Paul Delany

'Mr. Noon and Modern Paganism

 

 

Editor:  Dennis Jackson

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