Talking Lawrence: Patterns of Eastwood dialect in the work of D. H. Lawrence ~ Two Lawrence Plays ~ "Art for Life's Sake": Essays on D. H. Lawrence ~ Working with Lawrence: Texts, Places, Contexts ~ Experiments: Lectures on Lawrence
Lectures on Lawrence
This collection of short pieces (mostly unpublished, mostly lectures) represents work done between 1994 and 2008 by John Worthen, now Emeritus Professor at the University of Nottingham and its Professor of D. H. Lawrence Studies, 1994-2003. They range between his research into the manuscript of D. H. Lawrence’s story “New Eve and Old Adam” in Tulsa, to his farewell lecture (“Ways of Saying Goodbye”) at the University of Nottingham. Brief introductions recall the original occasions when the pieces were written or given as lectures; they recall John Worthen’s underlying interest in the biographical and the tangible.
John Worthen is the world's leading D. H. Lawrence scholar. He is Emeritus Professor at the University of Nottingham and was its Professor of D. H. Lawrence Studies, 1994-2003
There cannot be many in the academic world who simultaneously display so much energy along with so much critical judgement. … [H]e has come to occupy a dominant position in Lawrence studies over the years. David Ellis
the front and end papers of this title (PDF,