St. Mawr and Other Stories
This title exists only in the Cambridge edition of Lawrence's works. The volume collects short fiction written in the United States and Mexico between September 1922 and March 1925. It derives from the volume St. Mawr Together with The Princess (London: Secker, May 1925), with the addition of other pieces from the period that were unpublished in Lawrence's lifetime: "The Overtone," "The Wilful Woman" (an untitled fragment given this name by Keith Sagar in the 1971 Penguin collection, The Princess and Other Stories), and the unfinished story "The Flying Fish."
Edited by Brian Finney. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1983.
Publication details of the collection are not repeated for each entry, and Brian Finney's introduction to the volume, pp. xv—xliii, should be consulted as an item of general critical relevance for all the stories.
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Publication information: Book title: D. H. Lawrence:A Reference Companion. Contributors: Paul Poplawski - Author. Publisher: Greenwood Press. Place of publication: Westport, CT. Publication year: 1996. Page number: Not available.
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