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Author: D H Lawrence; Vivian de Sola Pinto; Warren Roberts
Publisher: New York : Viking Press, [1964]
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Named Person: Vivian de Sola Pinto; Vivian de Sola Pinto
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: D H Lawrence; Vivian de Sola Pinto; Warren Roberts
OCLC Number: 1160199
Description: 2 volumes (1072 pages), [1] leaf of plates : portrait ; 22 cm
Contents: Volume I --
The wild common --
Dog-tired --
From a college window --
Discord in childhood --
Cherry robbers --
Dream-confused --
Renascence --
Virgin youth --
Study --
Twilight --
Love on the farm --
Gipsy --
The collier's wife --
Flapper --
Thief in the night --
Monologue of a mother --
The little town at evening --
In a boat --
Last hours --
Flat suburbs, S.W., in the morning --
The best of school --
Dreams old and nascent --
Suburbs on a hazy day --
Weeknight service --
A man who died --
Letter from town: on a grey morning in March --
Letter from town: the almond-tree --
Wedding morn --
Violets --
Lightning --
End of another home holiday --
Baby running barefoot --
Sigh no more --
Guards --
Aware --
A pang of reminiscence --
A white blossom --
Corot --
Michael Angelo --
Hyde park at night, before the war --
Piccadilly circus at night --
After the opera --
Morning work --
Transformations --
A baby asleep after pain --
Last lesson of the afternoon --
School on the outskirts --
A snowy day in school --
Whether or not --
A winter's tale --
Return --
The appeal --
Lilies in the fire --
Red moon-rise --
Scent of irises --
Forecast --
Prophet --
Discipline --
The punisher --
Tease --
Mystery --
Repulsed --
Coldness in love --
Suspense --
Endless anxiety --
The end --
The bride --
The virgin mother --
At the window --
Reminder --
Drunk --
Sorrow --
Dolour of autumn --
The inheritance --
Silence --
Listening --
Brooding grief --
Last words to Miriam --
Malade --
Lotus and frost --
The yew-tree on the downs --
Troth with the dead --
At a loose end --
Submergence --
The enkindled spring --
Excursion train --
Release --
These clever women --
Ballad of another Ophelia --
Kisses in the train --
Turned down --
After many days --
Snap-dragon --
Come spring, come sorrow --
The hands of the betrothed --
A love song --
Twofold --
Tarantella --
Under the oak --
Brother and sister --
The shadow of death --
Birdcage walk --
In trouble and shame --
Call into death --
Grey evening --
Firelight and nightfall --
Blueness --
A passing-bell --
The drained cup --
Late at night --
Next morning --
Winter in the boulevard --
Parliament hill in the evening --
Embankment at night, before the war --
Sickness --
In church --
Piano --
The north country --
Love storm --
Passing visit to Helen --
Twenty years ago --
Reading a letter --
Seven seals --
Two wives --
Noise of battle --
At the front --
Reality of peace, 1916 --
Narcissus --
Tommies in the train --
On the march --
Ruination --
The attack --
Winter-lull --
Bombardment --
Rondeau of a conscientous objector --
Obsequial ode --
Going back --
Shades --
Town in 1917 --
Bread upon the waters --
War-baby --
Nostalgia --
Dreams old and nascent --
On that day --
Autumn sunshine --
Song-day in autumn --
Disagreeable advice --
Restlessness --
Moonrise --
Elegy --
Nonentity --
Martyr a la mode --
Don Juan --
The sea --
Hymn to Priapus --
Ballad of a willful woman --
Bei Hennef --
First morning --
And oh --
that the man I am might cease to be --
She looks back --
On the balcony --
Frohnleichnam --
In the dark --
Mutilation --
Humiliation --
A young wife --
Green --
River roses --
Gloire de dijon --
Roses on the breakfast table --
I am like a rose --
Rose of all the world --
A youth mowing --
Quite forsaken --
Forsaken and forlorn --
Fireflies in the corn --
A doe at evening --
Song of a man who is not loved --
Sinners --
Misery --
Meeting among the mountains --
Everlasting flowers --
Sunday afternoon in Italy --
Winter dawn --
A bad beginning --
Why does she weep --
Giorno dei morti --
All souls --
Lady wife --
Both sides of the medal --
Loggerheads --
December night --
New Year's Eve --
New Year's night --
Valentine's night --
Birth night --
Rabbit snared in the night --
Paradise re-entered --
Coming awake --
Spring morning --
Wedlock --
History --
Song of a man who is loved --
The song of a man who has come through --
One woman to all woman --
People --
Street lamps --
She said as well to me --
New heaven and earth --
Elysium --
Manifesto --
Autumn rain --
Frost flowers --
Craving for spring --
Fruits --
Pomegranate --
Peach --
Medlars and sorb-apples --
Figs --
Grapes --
The revolutionary --
The evening land --
Peace --
Trees. Volume I cont. --
Cypresses --
Bare fig-trees --
Bare almond-trees --
Tropic --
Southern night --
Flowers --
Almond blossom --
Purple anemones --
Sicilian cyclamens --
Hibiscus and salvia flowers --
The evangelistic beasts --
St Matthew --
St Mark --
St Luke --
St John --
Creatures --
The mosquito --
Fish --
Bat --
Man and bat --
Reptiles --
Snake --
Baby Tortoise --
Tortoise shell --
Tortoise family connections --
Lui et elle --
Tortoise gallantry --
Toroise shout --
Birds --
Turkey-cock --
Humming-bird --
Eagle in New Mexico --
The blue jay --
Animals --
The ass --
He-goat --
She-goat --
Elephant --
Kangaroo --
Bibbles --
Mountain lion --
Red wolf --
Ghosts --
Men in New Mexico --
Autumn at Taos --
Spirits summoned west --
The American eagle --
Our day is over --
Hark in the dusk --
Elephants in the circus --
Elephants plodding --
On the drum --
Two performing elephants --
Twilight --
Cups --
Bowls --
You --
To let go or to hold on --
How beastly the bourgeois is --
Worm either way --
Natural complexion --
The Oxford voice --
True democracy --
To be superior --
Swan --
Leda --
Give us gods --
Won't it be strange --
Spiral flame --
Let the dead bury their dead --
When wilt thou teach the people --
A living --
When I went to the film --
When I went to the circus --
The noble Englishman --
Things men have made --
Things made by iron --
New houses, new clothes --
Whatever man makes --
We are transmitters --
All that we have is life --
Let us be men --
Work --
Why --
What is he --
O! start a revolution --
Moon memory --
There is rain in me --
Desire goes down into the sea --
The sea, the sea --
November by the sea --
Old song --
Good husbands make unhappy wives --
Fight! o my young men --
Women want fighters for their lovers --
It's either you fight or you die --
Don'ts --
The risen lord --
The secret waters --
Beware, o my dear young men --
Obscenity --
Sex isn't sin --
The elephant is slow to mate --
Sex and trust --
The gazelle calf --
Little fish --
The mosquito knows --
Self-pity --
New moon --
Spray --
Sea-weed --
My enemy --
Touch --
Noli me tangere --
Chastity --
Let us talk, let us laugh --
Touch comes --
Leave sex along --
The mess of love --
Climb down, o lordly mind --
Ego-bound --
Jealousy --
Ego-bound women --
Fidelity --
Know deeply, know thyself more deeply --
All I ask --
The universe flows --
Underneath --
The primal passions --
Escape --
The root of our evil --
The ignoble procession --
No joy in life --
Wild things in captivity --
Mournful young man --
There is no way out --
Money-madness --
Kill money --
Men are not bad --
Nottingham's new University --
I am in a novel --
No! Mr Lawrence! --
Red-herring --
Our moral age --
My naughty book --
The little wowser --
The young and their moral guardians --
When I read Shakespeare --
Salt of the earth --
Fresh water --
Peace and war --
Many mansions --
Glory --
Woe --
Attila --
What would you fight for --
Choice --
Riches --
Poverty --
Noble --
Wealth --
Tolerance --
Compari --
Sick --
Dead people --
Cerebral emotions --
Wellsian futures --
To women, as far as I'm concerned --
Blank --
Elderly discontented women --
Old people --
The grudge of the old --
Beautiful old age --
Courage --
Desire is dead --
When the ripe fruit falls --
Elemental --
Fire --
I wish I knew a woman --
Talk --
The effort of love --
Can't be borne --
Man reaches a point --
Grasshopper is a burden --
Basta! --
Tragedy --
After all the tragedies are over --
Nullus --
Dies Irae --
Dieas Illa --
Stop it --
The death of our era --
The new world --
Sun in me --
Be still --
At last --
Nemesis --
The optimist --
The third thing --
The sane universe --
Fear of society is the root of all evil --
God --
Sane and insane --
A sane revolution --
Always this paying --
Poor young things --
A played-out game --
Triumph --
The combative spirit --
Wages --
Young fathers --
A tale told by and idiot --
Being alive --
Self-protection --
A man --
Lizard --
Relativity --
Space --
Sun-men --
Sun-women --
Democracy --
Aristocracy of the sun --
Conscience --
The middle classes --
Immorality --
Censors --
Man's image --
Immoral man --
Cowards --
Think --
Peacock --
Paltry-looking people --
Tarts --
Latter-day sinners --
What matters --
Fate and the younger generation --
As for me, I'm a patriot --
The rose of England --
England in 1929 --
Liberty's old old story --
New brooms --
Police spies --
Now it's happened --
Energetic women --
Film passion --
Female coercion --
Volcanic Venus --
What does she want --
Wonderful spiritual women --
Poor bit of a wench --
What ails thee? --
It's no good --
Don't look at me --
Ships in bottles --
Know thyself, and that thou art mortal --
What is man without an income --
Canvassing for the election --
Altercation --
Finding your level --
Climbing up --
To Clarinda --
Conundrums --
A rise in the world --
Up he goes --
The saddest day --
Prestige --
Have done with it --
Henriette --
Vitality --
Willy wet-leg --
Maybe --
Stand up! --
Trust --
Demon justice --
Be a demon --
The jeune fille. Volume II --
A rose in not a cabbage --
The man in the street --
Britannia's baby --
Change of government --
The British workman and the government --
Clydesider --
Flapper vote --
Neptune's little affair with freedom --
My native land --
The British boy --
13,000 people --
Innocent England --
Give me a sponge --
Puss-puss --
London mercury --
My little critics --
Daddy-do-nothing --
Question --
Editorial office --
The great newspaper editor to his subordinate --
Modern prayer --
Cry of the masses --
What have they done to you --
The people --
The factory cities --
Leaves of grass, flowers of grass --
Magnificent democracy --
Image-making love --
People --
Desire --
To a certain friend --
The emotional friend --
Correspondence in after years --
The egoists --
Chimaera --
Ultimate reality --
Sphinx --
Intimates --
True love at last --
Andraitx- pomegranate flowers --
I dare do all --
Battle of life --
There are too many people --
The heart of man --
Moral clothing --
Behaviour --
The hostile sun --
The church --
The protestant churches --
Loneliness --
The uprooted --
Delight of being alone --
Refused friendship --
Future relationships --
Future religion --
Future states --
Future war --
Signs of the times --
Initiation degrees --
Unhappy souls --
Full life --
People who care --
Non-existence --
All-knowing --
Salvation --
Old archangels --
Lucifer --
The mill of God --
Multitudes --
Fallen leaves --
The difference --
The breath of life --
Vengeance is mine --
Astronomical changes --
Fatality --
Free will --
In a Spanish tram-car --
Spanish privilege --
At the bank in Spain --
The Spanish wife --
The painter's wife --
Modern problems --
Dominant woman --
Men and woman --
The scientific doctor --
Healing --
En masse --
God and the holy ghost --
Humility --
Proper pride --
Humility mongers --
Tender reverence --
Absolute reverence --
Belief --
Bells --
The triumph of the machine --
Forte dei marmi --
Sea-bathers --
Talk of loyalty --
Talk of faith --
Amo sacrum vulgus --
Boredom, ennui, depression --
The deadly Victorian --
What are the wild waves saying --
Welcome death --
Dark Satanic mills --
We die together --
What have they done to you --
What is a man to do --
City-life --
13 pictures --
Auto-da-fe --
Shows --
Rose and cabbage --
The gulf --
The cross --
Fellow-men --
The sight of God --
Souls to save --
When most men die --
Hold back --
Impulse --
Men like gods --
Men and machines --
Masses and classes --
Give us the baid --
Side-step, o sons of men --
On and on and on --
Oh wonderful machine --
But I say unto you: love one another --
Love thy neighbour --
As thyself --
Lonely, lonesome, lonely o --
Trees in the garden --
Storm in the black forest --
Revolution as such --
Robot feelings --
Robot-democracy --
Real democracy --
Worship --
Classes --
Democracy is service --
False democracy and real --
Service --
What are the gods --
The gods! The gods! --
Name the gods --
There are no gods --
Food of the north --
Retort to Whitman --
Retort to Jesus --
The deepest sensuality --
Sense of truth --
Satisfaction --
Vibration of justice --
Lies --
Poison --
Commandments --
Emotional lies --
Laughter --
Drawing-room --
Cabbage roses --
Cold blood --
Sunset --
Listen to the band --
The human face --
Portraits --
Furniture --
Children singing in school --
Keep it up --
Race and battle --
Nothing to save --
Emasculation --
British sincerity --
The English are so nice --
The hills --
Tourists --
Seekers --
Search for love --
Search for truth --
Lies about love --
Travel is over --
Old men --
Death --
Bourgeois and Bolshevist --
Property and no-property --
Cowardice and impudence --
Lord Tennyson and Lord Melchett --
Choice of evils --
Hard-boiled conservatives --
Solomon's baby --
The property question --
The way out --
St. George and the dragon --
The half-blind --
Minorities in danger --
If you are a man --
Terra incognita --
Climbing down --
Only the best matters --
To Pino --
Broadcasting to the G.B.P. --
We can't be too careful --
Lucky little Britisher --
The working man --
Glimpses --
All sorts of gods --
For a moment --
Goethe and pose --
Men like gods --
Thought --
The gods --
Be it so --
Conceit --
Man is more than homo sapiens --
Self-conscious people --
Two ways of living and dying --
So let me live --
Gladness of death --
Humanity needs pruning --
Self-sacrifice --
Shedding of blood --
The old idea of sacrifice --
Self-sacrifice is perhaps the vilest deed --
Thomas Earp --
Gross, coarse, hideous --
Mr. Squire --
Let there be light --
God is born --
The white horse --
Flowers and men --
Prayer --
The Greeks are coming. Volume II cont. --
The Argonauts --
Middle of the world --
For the heroes are dipped in scarlet --
Demiurge --
The work of creation --
Red geranium and godly mignonette --
Bodiless god --
The body of god --
The rainbow --
Maximus --
The man of Tyre --
They say the sea is loveless --
Whales weep not --
Invocation to the moon --
Butterfly --
Bavarian Gentians --
Lucifer --
The breath of life --
Silence --
The hands of God --
Pax --
Abysmal immortality --
Only man --
Return of returns --
Stoic --
In the cities --
Lord's prayer --
Mana of the sea --
Salt --
The four --
The boundary stone --
Spilling the salt --
Walk warily --
Mystic --
Anaxagoras --
Kissing horrid strife --
When Satan fell --
Doors --
Evil is homeless --
What then is evil --
The evil world-soul --
The wandering cosmos --
Death is not evil, evil is mechanical --
Strife --
The late war --
Murder --
Murderous weapons --
Departure --
The ship of death --
Difficult death --
All soul's day --
Beware the unhappy dead --
After all saint's day --
Song of death --
The end, the beginning --
Sleep --
Sleep and waking --
Fatigue --
Forget --
Know-all --
Tabernacle --
Temples --
Shadows --
Change --
Pheonix --
Rebuked --
The wind, the rascal --
The young soldier with bloody spurs --
Ah Muriel! --
We have gone too far --
Resurrection of the flesh --
Erinnyes --
Eloi, Eloi, Lama Sabachthani --
Resurrection --
Labour battalion --
No news --
The last minute --
Vicar's son --
Drill in the heat --
Mother's son in Salonika --
Casualty --
Maiden's prayer --
Man hauling a wagon --
Sighs --
Daughter of the great man --
The child and the soldier --
Pieta --
The grey nurse --
Litany of grey nurses --
Message to a perfidious soldier --
Dust in the east --
The girl in Cairo --
The Jewess and the V.C. --
Zeppelin nights --
Munitions --
Land-worker --
Mourning --
Mesopotamia --
Tales --
Foreign sunset --
Prisoner at work in a Turkish garden --
Response from the harem --
Swing song of a girl and a soldier --
Prisoners at work in the rain --
The well in Africa --
Neither moth nor rust --
Apostrophe to a Buddhist monk --
Him with his tail in his mouth --
Flat-foot's song --
Traitors --
Reach over --
Softly, then, softly --
Change of life --
What do I care --
Are you pining --
O! Americans --
Fire --
The coming of Quetzalcoatl --
Lord of the morning star --
Someone will enter between the gates --
My name is Jesus --
Quetzalcoatl looks down on Mexico --
What Quetzalcoatl saw in Mexico --
Song to the tune of La cucaracha --
Jesus' farewell --
The song of Don Ramón --
Son of the morning star --
The living Quetzalcoatl --
Welcome to Quetzalcoatl --
The mid-day verse --
The dawn verse --
The sunset verse --
Metal for resistance --
First song of Huitzilopochtli --
Second song of Huitzilopochtli --
Third song of Huitzilopochtli --
The song of the grey dog --
The lords of life are the masters of death --
Huitzilopochtli gives the black blade of death --
Huitzilopochtli's watch --
Song of the dead --
Like the green candles of Manlintzi --
My way is not thy way --
Mediterranean in January --
Beyond the Rockies --
The old orchard --
Rainbow --
Hymn to nothingness --
August holidays --
Bathing resort --
The young are not mean in material things --
The young want to be just --
The gentleman --
The young are not greedy --
Middle-class children --
Know thyself --
Night --
Love --
So there --
Morality --
Immorality --
Censors --
Life and the human consciousness --
The latent desire --
For all that --
Love as an escape --
What's to be done --
Rallying-point --
Today --
The elements --
Gods --
Little-boy brilliant --
I heard her say --
What's wrong --
Money --
Sex won't work --
Deeper than love --
Bawdy can be sane and wholesome --
There was a gay bird named Christine --
A la maniere de D.H. Lawrence --
Campions --
Guelder roses --
The fall of day --
Married in June --
The worm turns --
On the road --
The death of the Baron --
Up in the high --
Failure --
A decision --
A train at night --
Baby songs ten months old --
Eve --
After school --
A snowy day at school --
Reading in the evening --
A man at play on the river --
Amour --
Bereavement --
Loss --
Grief --
A love-passage --
Ah, with his blessing bright on thy mouth and thy brow --
Aloof in gaiety --
And jude the obscure and his beloved --
A drama --
Separated --
Assuming the burden --
The chief mystery --
Erotic --
Moon new-risen --
Red --
She was a good little wife --
Pear-blossom --
At the Cearne --
A kiss --
Other women have reared in me --
The wild common --
Renaissance --
Virgin youth --
The schoolmaster [A]--
The schoolmaster [B] --
Dreams old and nascent --
Violets for the dead --
Violets --
Baby-movements --
Corot --
Michael-angelo --
Night songs --
Whether or not --
Discipline --
Last words to Muriel --
Last words to Miriam --
Liason --
Dissolute --
Honeymoon --
A spiritual woman --
Another Ophelia --
Snap-dragon --
To Lettice, my sister --
Grief --
Twilight --
The piano --
Birthday --
Early spring --
All of roses --
The mowers --
Fireflies in the corn --
Song of a man that is loved --
Religion --
I know a noble Englishman --
Work --
In Nottingham --
Morality --
Deeper than love --
What's sane and what isn't --
The triumph of the machine --
Glory of darkness --
Bavarian Gentians --
Ship of death --
The ship of death --
Song of death.
Other Titles: Poems
Responsibility: Collected and edited, with an introduction and notes, by Vivian de Sola Pinto and Warren Roberts.

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