Table of Contents for Volume 40.1  (2015)

 

Cover Illustration:  "The Contest Between Apollo and Pan" by Jan de Bisschop  (1628-1671)

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ARTICLES:

  • Stefania Michelucci and Paul Poplawski
    Introduction:  D.H. Lawrence and the Arts:  A Sketch of the Critical Heritage
     

  • Margaret Storch
    Abstraction and the "Heat of Life":  Lawrence and Contemporary Art
     

  • Jason Mark Ward
    Reading Lawrence Through Film:  The Horse Dealer's Western
     

  • Nora Foster Stovel
    Minerva Victrix:  The Daughter-in-Law, A Power Play
     

  • Zeynep Z. Atayurt-Fenge
    From the Pits to the Kitchens:  The Dynamics of Food and Eating in The Fight for Barbara and The Daughter-in-Law
     

  • Fiona Richards
    The Goat-God in England:  A Musical Context for Lawrence's Fascination with Pan
     

  • Susan Reid
    From Rope-Dancer to Wrestler:  The Figure of the Artist as Performer in Women in Love

 

BOOK REVIEWS:

  • David Game, D.H. Lawrence's Australia:  Anxiety at the Edge of Empire.  (Ron Granofsky)
     

  • Arthur Efron, Women in Love:  Sexual Experience and the Struggle with Death.  (Carol Siegel)
     

  • Hidenaga Arai, Literature along the Lines of Flight:  D.H. Lawrence's Later Novels and Critical Theory.  (Alfie Bown)
     

  • Richard Owen, Lady Chatterley's Villa:  D.H. Lawrence on the Italian Riviera.  (Michael L. Ross)
     

  • Richard I. Feinberg, Narcissus in Treatment:  The Journey from Fate to Psychological Freedom.  (Ron Granofsky)
     

  • Julianne Newmark, The Pluralist Imagination from East to West in American Literature.  (Virginia Hyde)
     

  • Anne Fernihough, Freewomen and Supermen:  Edwardian Radicals and Literary Modernism.  (Neil Roberts)
     

  • Matthew J. Kochis and Heather L. Lusty, eds., Modernists at Odds:  Reconsidering Joyce and Lawerence.  (Michael L. Ross)
     

  • Rishona Zimring, Social Dance and the Modernist Imagination in Interwar Britain.  (Sydney Jane Kaplan) 
     

  • Kate McLoughlin, ed., The Modernist Party.  (Margaret Storch)
     

  • Nidesh Lawtoo, The Phantom of the Ego:  Modernism and the Mimetic Unconscious.  (Margret Gunnarsdottir Champion)

 

Guest Editors:  Paul Poplawski and Stefania Michelucci

 

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