D. H. Lawrence: The Early Fiction
Cambridge University Press, Apr 30, 1986 - Literary Criticism - 280 pages
The recent publication of Lawrence's early letters, and corrected texts of his fiction have prompted a new assessment of him. This systematic study accordingly concentrates on the neglected early novels and short stories and reveals a new relationship between his art and thought.
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