Table of contents for The Cambridge companion to D.H. Lawrence / edited by Anne Fernihough.

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List of contributors
Introduction Anne Fernihough
Part I. Texts: 1. Ideas, histories, generations and beliefs: the early novels to Sons and Lovers Rick Rylance
2. Narrating sexuality: The Rainbow Marianna Torgovonick
3. Sex and the nation: 'The Prussian Officer' and Women in Love Hugh Stevens
4. Lawrence in the 1920s: decolonising imagination Mark Kinkead-Weekes
5. Work and selfhood in Lady Chatterley's Lover Morag Shiach
6. Lawrence's tales Con Coroneos and Trudi Tate
7. Lawrence's poetry Helen Sword
8. Lawrence as dramatist John Worthen
Part II. Contexts and Critical Issues: 9. The biographical issue: lives of Lawrence Paul Eggert
10. Lawrence and modernism Michael Bell
11. Lawrence and the politics of sexual politics Drew Milne
12. Lawrence and psychoanalysis Fiona Becket
13. Apocalypse now (and then): or D. H. Lawrence and the swan in the electron Sandra M. Gilbert
14. Post-mortem: Lawrence's critical and cultural legacy Chris Baldick
Guide to further reading Paul Poplawski

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Lawrence, D, H, (David Herbert), 1885-1930 Handbooks, manuals, etc