Summer 1983 • Vol. V No. 3 Book ReviewsJuly 1, 1983 |

Books in Reivew: A D. H. Lawrence Handbook and D. H. Lawrence And Feminism

A D.H. Lawrence Handbook edited by Keith Sagar. New York: Barnes & Noble Books, 1982. 454 pages. $28.50. 454 pp. D.H. Lawrence and Feminism by Hilary Simpson. DeKalb: Northern Illinois University Press, 1982. 174 pages. $20.00. Two more books have come on to the market, jostling for a niche in the crowded ecology of Lawrence studies. Hilary Simpson's D.H. Lawrence and Feminism is a critical work of the feminist school, aspiring in a small way to a place beside Simone de Beauvoir's The Second Sex (1949), Kate Millett's Sexual Politics (1970), and Anne Smith's collection of essays, Lawrence and Women (1978). A D.H. Lawrence Handbook is the latest in Keith Sagar's series of fine, informative publications for scholars of Lawrence professional and amateur. Sagar's handbook contains an extraordinary miscellany of essays, tables, lists, maps, photographs, and indexes. One of the most practical is a glossary of Lawrence's native dialect. It's a key to those awkward words, li

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A D.H. Lawrence Handbook edited by Keith Sagar. New York: Barnes & Noble Books, 1982. 454 pages. $28.50. 454 pp. D.H. Lawrence and Feminism by Hilary Simpson. DeKalb: Northern Illinois […]

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