The Phoenix Paradox: A Study of Renewal through Change in the Collected Poems and Last Poems of D.H. Lawrence

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Appendix A
Manuscript and Typescript Collections of
Lawrence's Verse
Item Description Listing and Location
MS 1 A Nottingham University College
Notebook that contains, in
Lawrence's hand, Latin notes
and 77 drafts of early poems
dating from 1906.
Roberts, E317;
Ferrier, MS 1.
University of
Nottingham Library
(MS LaL2, formerly
MS 1479).
MS 5 A Nottingham University College
Notebook that contains, for the
most part in Lawrence's hand,
botany notes and 83 drafts of
early poems, probably dating
from early 1909.
Ferrier, MS 5.
Private collection
of L. D. Clarke.
MS 9 A holograph manuscript of
four poems published in The
English Review
, with few
changes, in November 1909.
Roberts, E34, E95a,
and E104;
Ferrier, MS 9 (10);
Tedlock, pp. 77-79.
University of Texas
Library.
MS 14 Nineteen poems that appeared
in Love Poems, all except one
in Lawrence's hand; the
exception is a printed poem.
Four of these poems are
designated LaL4 in the
University of Nottingham
Library; the rest are at the
University of Texas Library.
Roberts, E32, E67
E114a, E423;
Ferrier, MS 14 (14a).
University of
Nottingham Library
and University of
Texas Library.
MS 19 Forty-four drafts of poems in
Lawrence's hand sent to Edward
Garnett, some in late 1911.
Ferrier, MS 19.
New York
Public Library.

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