Type: BOOK - Published: 2011 - Publisher: University Press of America
In this study of the Lady Chatterley novels, Nakabayashi pays particular attention to D.H. Lawrence's language for the feelings and for the life of the unselfconscious, sexual body. Examining and analysing the novels' particular linguistic revisions reveals the textual impulse behind Lawrence's original conception and its subsequent change and development.
Type: BOOK - Published: 1992 - Publisher: Bucknell University Press
David Holbrook has spent many years teaching D. H. Lawrence's works to students, while Lawrence has been a primary influence in Holbrook's novels and poetry. By degrees, however, he came to be suspicious of Lawrence's attempts to "teach us to be men and women," especially in the field of sex.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2004 - Publisher: Peter Lang
D. H. Lawrence Today is a rare and extraordinary blend of intellectual-political history, psycho-literary biography, and literary criticism not seen in Lawrence studies since the heyday of F. R. Leavis. Barry J. Scherr provides a vigorous defense of Lawrence against his powerful enemies in the literary-cultural-political-academic world - a world