Table of Contents for Volume 21.1 (1989)

 

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ARTICLES:

 

Ed Jewinski

The Phallus in D.H. Lawrence and Jacques Lacan

 

Laura Fasick

Female Power, Male Comradeship, and the Rejection of the Female in Lawrence's Twilight in Italy, Sea and Sardinia, and Etruscan Places

 

Daniel J. Schneider

Richard Jefferies and D.H. Lawrence's "Story of My Heart"

 

John Worthen

New Materials in the Biography of D.H. Lawrence--II:  Catalogue of the Papers of Louie Burrows Relating to D.H. Lawrence

 

 

BIBLIOGRAPHY:

 

Angeles De La Concha

D.H. Lawrence in Spanish:  A Checklist of Works By and About Him

 

 

BOOK REVIEWS:

 

Lydia Blanchard

Review of D.H. Lawrence,

Memoir of Maurice Magnus (ed. Keith Cushman)

 

Michael Squires

Review of Derek Britton,

"Lady Chatterley":  The Making of the Novel

 

Judith Ruderman

Review of P.T. Whelan,

D.H. Lawrence:  Myth and Metaphysic in "The Rainbow" and "Women in Love"

 

Jeffrey Meyers

Review of C.J. Stevens,

Lawrence at Tregerthen

 

Langdon Elsbree

Review of Douglas A. Mackey,

D.H. Lawrence:  The Poet Who Was Not Wrong

 

Janice Hubbard Harris

Review of Harold Bloom,

D.H. Lawrence:  Modern Critical Views

 

L.D. Clark

Review of Jeffrey Meyers, ed.,

The Legacy of D.H. Lawrence:  New Essays

 

Jack F. Stewart

Review of Colin Milton,

Lawrence and Neitzsche:  A Study in Influence

 

Lawrence Gamache

Review of Barbara Miliaras,

Pillar of Fire:  The Mythological Foundations of D.H. Lawrence's Sexual Philosophy

 

Joan D. Peters

Review of Geoffrey Harvey,

"Sons and Lovers" (The Critics Debate)

 

James C. Cowan

Review of Marko Modiano,

Domestic Disharmony and Industrialization in D.H. Lawrence's Early Fiction

 

Rae Rosenthal

Review of W.M. Verhoeven,

D.H. Lawrence's Duality Concept:  Its Development in the Novels of the Early and Major Phase

 

James B. Sipple

Review of Donald Gutierrez,

Subject-Object Relations in Wordsworth and Lawrence

 

Robert Kiely

Review of John Orr,

The Making of the Twentieth-Century Novel:  Lawrence, Joyce, Faulkner and Beyond

 

Bonnie Kime Scott

Review of William R. Thickstun,

Visionary Closure in the Modern Novel

 

H.M. Daleski

Review of Hugh Kenner,

A Sinking Island:  The Modern English Writers

 

Daniel R. Schwarz

Review of Margery Sabin,

The Dialect of the Tribe:  Speech and Community in Modern Fiction

 

Kathleen Verduin

Review of Marjorie Reeves and Warwick Gould,

Joachim of Fiore and the Myth of the Eternal Evangel in the Nineteenth Century

 

Bruce Clarke

Review of Gregory Woods,

Articulate Flesh:  Male Homo-Eroticism and Modern Poetry

 

 

Editor:  Dennis Jackson

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Table of Contents for Volume 21.2 (1989)

 

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ARTICLES:

 

Margaret Storch

The Lacerated Male:  Ambivalent Images of Women in The White Peacock

 

Judith Arcana

I Remember Mama:  Mother-Blaming in Sons and Lovers Criticism

 

Paul Delany

Sons and Lovers:  The Morel Marriage as a War of Position

 

 

NOTES:

 

David Ellis

Lawrence in Australia:  The Darroch Controversy

 

James B. Scott

The Norton Distortion:  A Dangerous Typo in "The Rocking-Horse Winner"

 

 

REVIEWS OF THE RAINBOW:

 

Charles Rossman

The Cambridge Rainbow

 

G.B. Crump

Lawrence's Rainbow and Russell's Rainbow

 

Howard Harper

The BBC Television Serialization of The Rainbow

 

 

BOOK REVIEWS:

 

Marilyn May

Review of Jay Clayton,

Romantic Vision and the Novel

 

Ronald G. Walker

Review of Peter J. Casagrande,

Hardy's Influence on the Modern Novel

 

James B. Sipple

Review of Dennis Jackson and Fleda Brown Jackson, eds.,

Critical Essays on D.H. Lawrence

 

Craig White

Review of W.J. Keith

Regions of the Imagination:  The Development of British Rural Fiction

 

 

RESPONSES:

 

Charles Rossman

A Metacommentary on the Rhetoric of Reviewing the Reviewers:

Paul Eggert on the New Editions of Ulysses and Women in Love

 

Charles L. Ross

Editorial Principles in the Penguin and Cambridge Editions of Women in Love:

A Reply to Paul Eggert

 

 

NEWS:

 

Dennis Jackson

Laurentiana

 

Contributors

 

Editor:  Dennis Jackson

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Table of Contents for Volume 21.3 (1989)

 

 

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ARTICLES:

 

Stanley Renner

Sexuality and the Unconscious:  Psychosexual Drama and Conflict in The Fox

 

P.T. Whelan

The Hunting Metaphor in The Fox and Other Works

 

Carol Siegel

Virginia Woolf's and Katherine Mansfield's Responses to D.H. Lawrence's Fiction

 

 

NOTE:

 

Emile Delavenay

Early Approaches to D.H. Lawrence: 

Records of Meetings with Frieda Lawrence, Havelock Ellis, Barbara Low, Ada Lawrence-Clarke, and William Hopkin

 

 

BIBLIOGRAPHY:

 

Rae Rosenthal

Checklist of D.H. Lawrence Criticism and Scholarship, 1988

 

 

BOOK REVIEWS:

 

Jeffrey Meyers

Review of D.H. Lawrence (ed. James T. Boulton & Lindeth Vasey),

The Letters of D.H. Lawrence:  Volume V:  1924-27

 

James C. Cowan

Review of D.H. Lawrence (ed. L.D. Clark),

The Plumed Serpent

 

Alan Golding

Review of Holly A. Laird,

Self and Sequence:  The Poetry of D.H. Lawrence

 

Holly Laird

Review of M.J. Lockwood,

A Study of the Poems of D.H. Lawrence:  Thinking in Poetry

 

Charles L. Ross

Review of Gerald J. Butler,

This is Carbon:  A Defense of D.H. Lawrence's "The Rainbow" Against His Admirers

 

Charles Rossman

Review of Gamini Salgado and G.K. Das, eds.,

The Spirit of D.H. Lawrence:  Centenary Studies

 

Barbara Miliaras

Review of Jungmai Kim,

Themes and Techniques in the Novellas of D.H. Lawrence

 

George W. Bahlke

Review of Lawrence B. Gamache & Ian S. MacNiven, eds.,

The Modernists:  Studies in a Literary Phenomenon:  Essays in Honor of Harry T. Moore

 

Karl Henzy

Review of Douglas Tallack, ed.k

Literary Theory at Work:  Three Texts

 

 

Editor:  Dennis Jackson

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