D. H. Lawrence's power as a writer, his passionate exploration of male and female relations, and his instinctive recoil from the emotional straitjacket of modernity make him a prophet of our time. This essential volume brings together the best contemporary critical accounts of two of Lawrence's most popular and enduring novels, The Rainbow and Women in Love. The essays are drawn from a wide range of theoretical perspectives, covering language, history, psychoanalysis, feminism and the relation of the novels to modernism, and look forward to new developments in Lawrence scholarship. A helpful introduction locates the two novels in their historical and critical contexts, making this selection of criticism an ideal resource for students and teachers of Lawrence's fiction.
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Author Biography - Gary E. Day
GARY DAY teaches English at De Montfort University. LIBBY DI NIRO is currently at De Montfort University conducting research into the relationship between aesthetics and economy in the eighteenth century.