Table of Contents for Volume 41.2


Cover Illustration:  Artwork adapted from the dust-jacket for Thomas Seltzer's first American trade edition of Women in Love, published on October 18, 1922.


Richard A. Kaye
Lawrence and Psychoanalytic Theory
Editor's Corner


  • Seolji Han
    The Ethics of Melancholic Subjectivity in Sons and Lovers

  • Ronald Granofsky
    Uncanny Encounters and the Paradox of Lawrentian Attachment in The Rainbow

  • Demetria DeLia
    Bridled Rage:  Pre-Oedipal Theory and "The Rocking Horse Winner"

  • Jennifer Mitchell
    Cruelty, Subjectivity, and Masochistic Possibility in The Rainbow

  • Francisco La Rubia-Prado
    Alchemical Horse:  The Art of Transformation in St. Mawr

  • John Horrocks
    Vivo Sempre:  Lawrence, Jung, and the Natcha-Kee-Tarawas in The Lost Girl

  • Misook Kang
    Lawrence and Lacan on "The Transformation of Hamlet"



  • Michael Bell reviews The World Broke in Two:  Virginia Woolf, T.S. Eliot, D.H. Lawrence, E.M. Forster, and the Year that Changed Literature by Bill Goldstein.

  • Earl Ingersoll reviews The Life of D.H. Lawrence:  A Critical Biography by Andrew Harrison.

  • Janet Byrne reviews The Novelist's Wife:  A Literary Romance by Sasha Bristol.

  • Michael Ross reviews Modernism and Mobility:  The Passport and Cosmopolitan Experience by Bridget T. Chalk.

  • Jack Stewart reviews Optical Impersonality:  Science, Images, and Literary Modernism by Christina Walter.

  • Peter Balbert reviews Love and Sex in D.H. Lawrence by  David Ellis.

  • Michael Ross reviews  by Joyce Wexler.


Editor:  Richard A. Kaye



D.H. Lawrence Review