D. H. Lawrence: Late Essays and Articles (The Cambridge by D. H. Lawrence, James T. Boulton

By D. H. Lawrence, James T. Boulton

D.H. Lawrence usually wrote for newspapers in his final years not just simply because he wanted the money, yet simply because he loved generating brief articles on the prompting of editors. He additionally wrote gigantic essays reminiscent of the contentious creation to his personal quantity of work and the hugely arguable Pornography and Obscenity. Written among 1926 and Lawrence's dying in 1930, all thirty-nine articles are amassed and edited during this quantity, together with formerly unpublished autobiographical items.

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By D. H. Lawrence, James T. Boulton

D.H. Lawrence usually wrote for newspapers in his final years not just simply because he wanted the money, yet simply because he loved generating brief articles on the prompting of editors. He additionally wrote gigantic essays reminiscent of the contentious creation to his personal quantity of work and the hugely arguable Pornography and Obscenity. Written among 1926 and Lawrence's dying in 1930, all thirty-nine articles are amassed and edited during this quantity, together with formerly unpublished autobiographical items.

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Not a word wasted. ’ For ‘P. ’, too, in the Nation & Athenæum, the same article – ‘one of the most charming and sympathetic in the book’ – was significant because it revealed Lawrence’s ‘true sentiments’ on a subject concerning which he had been denounced as a ‘morbid sex-maniac’. ‘P. ’ continued: ‘Few men, indeed, have written of the fundamental problems of life and death more bravely than he did. Sometimes he scolded and hectored and moralized; his style was often rough and careless – though how beautifully he could write when he wished to!

DHL’s spelling of ‘today’, ‘tonight’, ‘tomorrow’ has been adopted and the hyphenated forms not recorded; similarly his spelling of ‘connection’ rather than ‘connexion’, his use of ‘ise’ endings in such words as ‘realise’ and derivative forms, his use of contractions such as ‘don’t’, ‘he’s’ or ‘isn’t’ and his use of lower case for pronouns relating to Jesus Christ have been followed and variants are not recorded. 4. DHL normally expected titles of publications to be italicised; variants from his practice have not been recorded.

The editor of the Dispatch approached Nancy Pearn in December 1928 for an autobiographical piece and it is confidently assumed that ‘Myself Revealed’ was quarried from the earlier, unpublished essay probably written for but not used by a German publisher. 14 See below, p. 22. 15 For further details, see below, p. 356. xxxii Introduction Lawrence himself provides the date for the untitled ‘[Autobiographical Fragment]’: October 1927. It is virtually certain that the story, much of it set a thousand years in the future (and entitled by Keith Sagar, ‘A Dream of Life’),16 originated as Lawrence’s intended contribution to the series of books his friend Koteliansky hoped to publish.

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