Academic journal article Studies in the Novel

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Academic journal article Studies in the Novel

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CORRECTIONS: The following corrections (in bold brackets) belong to Andrew Harrison's Essay-Review, "D. H. Lawrence Today: Old Issues and New Editions" (38.2). We regret the errors involved in the misprinting of his work.

Page 252: A number of the essays in the two books [reveal aspects of Lawrence's writing life] largely unfamiliar to general readers ...

Page 254: Readers who are inclined to associate Lawrence with a monological, repetitive writing style will perhaps be surprised by entertaining and witty short articles like "That Women Know Best" or "All There," which is written in the form of an argument between a young couple involving the rather perplexed and amused author. [Several strains run through the pieces collected in Late Essays and Articles. The longer writings on censorship and painting stand apart from the short journalistic articles, and then there are the late autobiographical essays, such as "[Return to Bestwood]" and "Nottingham and the Mining Countryside." Lawrence imaginatively returns to the country of his birth and finds both an insoluble connection and an unbreachable gap between himself and the people he grew up among. …

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