Reading Late Lawrence is a study of a number of the neglected fictional works of D.H. Lawrence's late period: these include Glad Ghosts, The Lovely Lady, The Blue Moccasins, and the first two revisions of Lady Chatterly's Lover. The particular focus is on Lawrence's revisions, and the insights they offfer into the complexity of his writing processes and the depth of his commitment to renewal and reimagining. The study draws extensively upon the manuscript and variant material recently made available in the new scholarly editions of his work.Über den Autor:
N. H. Reeve teaches at the University of Wales, Swansea. His books include Nearly Too Much: The Poetry of J. H. Prynne (with Richard Kerridge) and Henry James: The Shorter Fiction. He is currently completing the Cambridge edition of Lawrence's Introductions and Reviews, and a study of the novels of Elizabeth Taylor.
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