Textes réunis par Ginette Katz-Roy et Stephen Rowley

Sommaire

  • Middleton Murry, Catherine Carswell, and the Boundaries of Memoir, Keith Cushman
  • A Singular Response to Sexual Ambiguity: Lawrence’s Friendship with E.M. Forster, Earl Ingersoll 
  • The Plurality of Selves and Voices in D.H. Lawrence’s Early Writing: Trespassing the Boundaries, Natalya Reinhold 
  • Farewell to Romantic Ontologies, Sex, Sacrifice and the Animal Body in D.H.Lawrence’s The Trespasser, Gerald Doherty 
  • The Lawrentian Poetic « I »: a voice « with(out) a mask »?, Elise Brault 
  • « A strange, unstable equilibrium »: the « shifty devil » of Self and Place in the Letters, Oliver Taylor 
  • Andre Green’s « The Dead Mother » and D.H. Lawrence’s « The Rocking-Horse Winner », Elizabeth Fox 
  • Lawrence, Katherine Mansfield and Free Indirect Discourse, Neil Roberts 
  • The Subversion of Seriousness in Women in Love, Stefana Roussenova 
  • « 0-1-2 « : Monologism vs. Dialogism in the Political Discussions with Willie Struthers and Kangaroo, Shirley Bricout 
  • From Fragmentation to Unity, from Plurality to Singularity: a Futurist Approach to Lawrence, Brigitte Macadré 
  • John Thomas and Lady Jane on Screen, Jacqueline Gouirand 
  • Lawrence and the Changing Side of the Triangle – the Gamekeeper – in the Chatterley Novels, Nicola Ceramella 
  • Changing Perspectives in Sea and Sardinia, Marija Knežević 
  • A Prolegomena to the Intertextual Study of D.H. Lawrence and Rainer Maria Rilke, Matthew McNees 
  • Bathed in the Word of the Lord? Lawrence, Bunyan and the Bibline, Peter Preston


2009 – 309 pages – Format : 14,5×20,5 cm
isbn : 978-2-84016-043-4 – Prix : 17€
Langue : anglais – Vente directe, nous contacter