This book explores the space that has opened between academic critics and working writers on the subject of D.H. Lawrence. This book is full of voices from inside and outside the academy: students who can not and will not engage with his art; professors who condemn him for pathological sexism; Lawrence himself, who in characteristic fits of excess creates his own caricature as a sexist, crypto-fascist, and racist; and especially working writers, some seventy novelists and poets, whose correspondence (quoted at length) significantly contributes to the perception of the anomaly this book explores.
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Book Description Bucknell Univ Pr, 2002. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0838755283
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