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D. H. Lawrence’s Poetry: Demon Liberated

A Collection of Primary and Secondary Material

  • A. Banerjee

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xiii
  2. Introduction

    1. A. Banerjee
      Pages 1-17
  3. Lawrence’s Writings on Poetry/Poets

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 19-19
    2. A. Banerjee
      Pages 21-32
    3. A. Banerjee
      Pages 33-36
    4. A. Banerjee
      Pages 37-39
    5. A. Banerjee
      Pages 47-51
    6. A. Banerjee
      Pages 52-53
    7. A. Banerjee
      Pages 60-60
    8. A. Banerjee
      Pages 61-64
    9. A. Banerjee
      Pages 69-75
  4. Writings on Lawrence’s Poetry

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 77-77
    2. Olivia Shakespear
      Pages 79-80
    3. John Gould Fletcher
      Pages 81-84
    4. Amy Lowell
      Pages 85-91
    5. Arthur Waugh
      Pages 92-96
    6. Harold Monro
      Pages 97-99
    7. I. A. Richards
      Pages 100-102
    8. Richard Aldington
      Pages 103-105
    9. John Middleton Murry
      Pages 106-109
    10. Glenn Hughes
      Pages 110-124
    11. Anais Nin
      Pages 125-131
    12. Horace Gregory
      Pages 132-147
    13. Geoffrey Bullough
      Pages 148-152
    14. Babette Deutsch
      Pages 153-158
    15. Kenneth Rexroth
      Pages 159-173
    16. James Reeves
      Pages 174-181
    17. Witter Brynner
      Pages 182-185
    18. Richard Ellmann
      Pages 186-199
    19. Herbert Read
      Pages 200-203
    20. Geoffrey Grigson
      Pages 204-210
    21. M. L. Rosenthal
      Pages 219-227
    22. W. H. Auden
      Pages 228-243
    23. Stephen Spender
      Pages 244-248
    24. D. J. Enright
      Pages 249-255
    25. Joyce Carol Oates
      Pages 256-264
    26. Donald Davie
      Pages 265-279
  5. Back Matter
    Pages 271-291

About this book

Introduction

This book brings together articles and essays published over a period of about 60 years. These discussions lead to an assessment of Lawrence's poetry, showing how he has been regarded as a poet over the years, as well as analyzing the intrinsic merit of his poetry.

Keywords

David Herbert Lawrence poem poet poetics poetry Renaissance

Editors and affiliations

  • A. Banerjee
    • 1
  1. 1.Kobe CollegeJapan

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