Writing the Body in D.H. Lawrence: Essays on Language, Representation, and Sexuality

Hardcover, Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press, 2001. First Edition; First Printing. Very Good with no dust jacket.

Sound binding and hinges. Clean, off-white pages. Cloth over boards is clean with light edge rubbing. Gilt lettering on front and spine is bright. ; Contents: Watson, D. H. Lawrence and the abject body: a postmodern history. Michelucci, D. H. Lawrence's representation of the body and the visual arts. Baron, Interwoven words, interactive feelings: Paul Morel and Sons and Lovers. Harrison, D. H. Lawrence's "perfervid futuristic style" and the writing of the body in The Rainbow. Brandão, Women in Love: amazons at war - or Lawrence's subversive archetypes. Kondo, Lawrence's allegory of love: modes of metaphor and meaning in Women in Love. Park, D. H. Lawrence unbutttoned: Aaron's Rod, Kangaroo, and the influence of Lev Shestov. Poplawski, St. Mawr and the ironic art of realization. Sargent, Thinking and writing from the body: Eugene Genlin, D. H. Lawrence, and "The Woman Who Rode Away." Siegel, With Lawrence in America, from house/wife to nomad: The Plumed Serpent. Gertzman, Contemporary censors and publishes of Lady Chatterley's Lover: prohibiting the body with just another dirty book. Gramich, Stripping off the "civilized body": Lawrence's nostalgie de la boue in Lady Chatterley's Lover. Ferreira, "Glad wombs" and "friendly tombs": reembodiments in D. H. Lawrence's late works. Notes, works cited, index. ; Contributions to the Study of World Literature; Vol. 103; 9.5" tall; 240 pages.

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