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Description: From early, rhyming work in Love Poems and Others (1913) to the groundbreaking exploration of free verse in Birds, Beast and Flowers (1923), the poems of D.H Lawrence challenged convention and inspired later poets. This voloume includes extensive selections from these and other editions, and contains some of his most famous poems, such as 'Piano', a nostalgic reflection on lost youth and love for ...
Description: This volume covers letters written in the three years from March 1924 to March 1927.
Description: Gilbert Noon loses his job as a schoolmaster in Nottinghamshire and journeys to Germany, where he falls in love with a married woman
Description: Originally published as The plumed serpent in 1926.
Description: In his last years D. H. Lawrence often wrote for newspapers; he needed the money, and clearly enjoyed the work. He also wrote several substantial essays during the same period. This meticulously-edited collection brings together major essays such as Pornography and Obscenity and Lawrence's spirited Introduction to the volume of his Paintings; a group of autobiographical pieces, two of which are pu...
Description: A critical edition of Kangaroo, D. H. Lawrence's eighth novel, set in Australia.
Description: Edition of D. H. Lawrence's last book, Apocalypse, along with other writings on the Revolution.
Description: This second volume of Michael Black's commentary on Lawrence's prose works concentrates on the extraordinary sequence of nonfiction texts written between 1913 and 1917: The "Foreword" to Sons and Lovers, Study of Thomas Hardy, Twilight in Italy, "The Crown," "The Reality of Peace." In all of them Lawrence was compulsively rewriting what he called "my philosophy." They are difficult works: highly m...
Description: This anthology Complete poems of D. H. Lawrence comprises of Lawrences poetical masterpieces. This book shares top spot with other classics of the world. Employing various literary tools to depict multifarious and touching themes like optimism, joy, love, desolation, he creates a myriad of emotions. Medley of sensitive subjects, amalgamated with flight of fancies leaves the reader spellbound.