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Lawrence, D. H. (David Herbert) 1885-1930

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Works: 6,487 works in 21,150 publications in 12 languages and 459,409 library holdings
Genres: Fiction  Criticism, interpretation, etc  Domestic fiction  Psychological fiction  Biography  Conference proceedings  Reviews  History  Political fiction  Erotic stories 
Subject Headings: Authors, English 
Roles: Translator, Bibliographic antecedent, Other, Author of introduction, Dedicatee, Lyricist, Creator, Editor, Honoree, Conceptor, Correspondent, Author of afterword, colophon, etc., Signer, Director
Classifications: PR6023.A93, 823.912
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Sons and lovers by D. H Lawrence( Book )
748 editions published between 1900 and 2013 in 5 languages and held by 13,811 libraries worldwide
Because of his domineering mother, Paul is unable to fully love Miriam
John Thomas and Lady Jane by D. H Lawrence( Book )
665 editions published between 1900 and 2013 in 8 languages and held by 12,158 libraries worldwide
A seductive and beautiful love story. Tells about an aristocrat, Sir Clifford Chatterley, who has come home from the war paralyzed from the waist down. His wife devotes herself to his care, but her husband's bitter arrogance soon makes her existence a nightmare. Selfishly he suggests that she produce an heir. He never dreams that she will break all the rules, and forgetting her social class, take their gamekeeper as her lover
Women in love by D. H Lawrence( Book )
509 editions published between 1920 and 2013 in 5 languages and held by 11,263 libraries worldwide
Gudrun and Ursula Brangwen are the two intelligent, incisive, and observant sisters whose temperamental differences spark an ongoing debate regarding their society and their inner lives. The two very different sisters pursue thrilling, torrid affairs, but their search for more mature emotional relationships reveals some startling information about themselves as well as their lovers, Rupert Birkin and Gerald Crich
The rainbow by D. H Lawrence( Book )
367 editions published between 1915 and 2013 in 3 languages and held by 8,091 libraries worldwide
The story of three generations of a Nottingham family whose love affairs move backward and forward across the years
Aaron's rod by D. H Lawrence( Book )
212 editions published between 1922 and 2013 in 4 languages and held by 3,926 libraries worldwide
Abandoning his wife and children, Aaron Sisson leaves the mining community in pursuit of the 'life single': individual freedom, personal friendship, the 'male power' of passion and art. Playing the flute to pay his way he travels to post-war London, where he mixes with the modern Bohemian set and finds male friendship in Rawdon Lilly. Further travels take him to Milan and Florence ('a town of men') preoccupied with thoughts on the decline of humanity from the Renaissance to the modern age. For Aaron, in his own way, is striving to save civilization
The white peacock by D. H Lawrence( Book )
209 editions published between 1911 and 2011 in English and held by 3,491 libraries worldwide
Lawrence's first novel The White Peacock was begun in 1906, rewritten three times, and published in 1911. The Cambridge edition uses the final manuscript as base-text, and faithfully recovers Lawrence's words and punctuation from the layers of publishers' house-styling and their errors; original passages, changed for censorship reasons, are reinstated. Andrew Robertson's introduction sets out the history of Lawrence's writing and revision, and the generally favourable reception by friends and reviewers. Lawrence incorporated much of his own experience and reading on to the novel which is set just north-east of Eastwood, and modelled characters on his friends and family. The notes identify real-life places and people, explain dialect forms, literary allusions, and historical references, and include sensitive passages deleted before publication. The textual apparatus records all the variant readings and the appendix prints the two surviving fragments from the earliest manuscripts of the novel, then entitled 'Laetitia'. --Publisher
Studies in classic American literature by D. H Lawrence( Book )
124 editions published between 1922 and 2006 in English and Undetermined and held by 3,421 libraries worldwide
This book first published in 1923, provides a cross-section of Lawrence's writing on American literature from the previous six years, including landmark essays on Benjamin Franklin, Hector St. John de Crevecoeur, James Fenimore Cooper, Edgar Allan Poe, Nathaniel Hawthorne, Richard Dana, Herman Melville and Walt Whitman. Eight of the essays were first published in the English Review 1918-19, but Lawrence continued to work on his material, with the aim of producing a full-length book; at various times fifteen separate items belonged to it, all of them revised on different occasions, some of them four or five times, and often corrected with the errors of their predecessors preserved. This volume offers the final 1923 version of the text in a newly corrected and uncensored form; it contains the complete surviving 1918-19 text of the essays of the English Review period, including two previously unpublished essay versions; it offers five previously unpublished essays from 1919, as well as a host of other materials (for example, four different versions of Lawrence's pioneering essay on Whitman are included)
Kangaroo by D. H Lawrence( Book )
216 editions published between 1923 and 2011 in 4 languages and held by 3,201 libraries worldwide
Richard and Harriet Somers flee to Australia to escape the decay of post-war Europe. A disillusioned writer, Richard seeks community in a group and finds himself both attracted and repelled by its enigmatic leader Kangaroo. THE NEW YORK REVIEW OF BOOKS calls D.H. Lawrence's classic" ... the most truthful and disturbing image one can find of Australia in literature."
The lost girl by D. H Lawrence( Book )
200 editions published between 1920 and 2013 in English and held by 2,991 libraries worldwide
For a sophisticated and titillating read, dip into The Lost Girl by famed British novelist D.H. Lawrence, known for producing such masterworks as The Rainbow and Women in Love. This award-winning novel is a journey of discovery, following protagonist Alvina Houghton as she experiences a series of devastating personal losses and seeks to find an ideal romantic partner, against the express wishes of her parents. The Lost Girl highlights Lawrence's keen insight into human behavior
Complete short stories by D. H Lawrence( Book )
96 editions published between 1922 and 2007 in English and Undetermined and held by 2,685 libraries worldwide
Volume one Modern Lover, The Olda Adam and17 short stories
The Plumed Serpent, Quetzalcoatl by D. H Lawrence( Book )
57 editions published between 1926 and 2002 in English and held by 2,442 libraries worldwide
Written during the most flourishing period of D. H. Lawrence's career, 'The Plumed Serpent' is a novel of ritual and romance set in Mexico during the 1920s, a story both beautiful and strange. Kate Leslie, an Irishwoman, is at once repelled and fascinated by the spell of Mexico, homesick and yet unable to leave. With the ancient rites of the lost god Quetzalcoatl, she marries Don Cipriano, an Indian, and becomes wedded not only to him but also to a history full of terror and blood, to a land without shadows or mist
The boy in the bush by D. H Lawrence( Book )
96 editions published between 1924 and 2010 in 3 languages and held by 2,044 libraries worldwide
The virgin and the gipsy by D. H Lawrence( Book )
148 editions published between 1927 and 2013 in 6 languages and held by 2,027 libraries worldwide
"The stories in this volume are from the last four years of D.H. Lawrence's writing life. Two powerful novellas dominate the collection: The Virgin and the Gipsy and The Escaped Cock (also known as The Man Who Died). Both of these deal with themes of escape and sexual awakening, but in very different contexts. In the first, a young woman from a restrictive English rectory learns about further dimensions to life through her contact with a gipsy; in the second, an unnamed resurrected man - Lawrence's vision of Christ - escapes from the tomb and likewise has a first sexual experience. Related themes are explored by four short stories and three fragments. This edition restores Lawrence's latest forms of the texts, before the changes introduced by censorship, mistakes in transmission and various other forms of interference, with variants recorded
England, my England and other stories by D. H Lawrence( Book )
146 editions published between 1915 and 2013 in English and Undetermined and held by 1,988 libraries worldwide
This collection of ten short stories, many set against the backdrop of World War I, appeared in 1922
Selected literary criticism by D. H Lawrence( Book )
78 editions published between 1923 and 2000 in English and Undetermined and held by 1,856 libraries worldwide
Mr Noon by D. H Lawrence( Book )
36 editions published between 1948 and 2002 in 5 languages and held by 1,819 libraries worldwide
"This Penguin edition is the first annotated paperback publication of Lawrence's autobiographical and strikingly innovative unfinished novel. Begun in 1920, Mr Noon is divided into two distinct parts, the first of which appeared in 1934 and the second of which remained unpublished until the Cambridge edition of 1984, the first publication of the novel in full." "Abandoning a promising academic career at Cambridge, Gilbert Noon returns to Whetstone, where he becomes a teacher at the local technical school. His rootlessness leads him into an inept experiment of 'spoony' love with a fellow schoolteacher, Emmie Bostock. The ensuing scandal causes him to flee to Germany, where he finds true passion in his developing relationship with Johanna, the unhappily married wife of an English doctor."--BOOK JACKET
The trespasser by D. H Lawrence( Book )
167 editions published between 1912 and 2011 in English and Undetermined and held by 1,808 libraries worldwide
The Trespasser is the second novel written by D.H. Lawrence, published in 1912. Originally it was entitled the Saga of Siegmund and drew upon the experiences of a friend of Lawrence, Helen Corke, and her adulterous relationship with a married man that ended with his suicide. Lawrence worked from Corke's diary, with her permission, but also urged her to publish; which she did in 1933 as Neutral Ground.-- Excerpted from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Apocalypse by D. H Lawrence( Book )
111 editions published between 1878 and 2007 in 3 languages and held by 1,788 libraries worldwide
Lawrence's final outburst against materialism and intellectual modern man written while he was dying, with an introduction by Melvyn Bragg. etc
The woman who rode away, and other stories by D. H Lawrence( Book )
161 editions published between 1634 and 2006 in 3 languages and held by 1,669 libraries worldwide
The thirteen stories collected here were written between 1924 and 1928 and reflect Lawrence's experiences in New Mexico, Mexico, Italy, Germany and England during the post-war period. In 'The Woman Who Rode Away', a wife and mother leaves the safety of her Mexican home and rides into the mountains in search of a remote tribe of Indians and enlightenment. Each story reveals different aspects of Lawrence's remarkable storytelling powers, from the sensuousness of 'Sun' and the sardonic comedy of 'Two Blue Birds' and 'In Love', to the bleakness of 'None of That!' and the supernatural elements of 'Glad Ghosts', 'The Last Laugh' and 'The Border-Line'. This Penguin edition reproduces the newly established Cambridge text, which is based on Lawrence's manuscripts, typescripts and corrected proofs
Complete poems by D. H Lawrence( Book )
46 editions published between 1957 and 2000 in English and Undetermined and held by 1,630 libraries worldwide
 
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D.H.ロレンス 1885-1930
David Herbert Lawrence
Davison, Lawrence H.
Davison, Lawrence H. 1885-1930
Davison, Lawrence H. (Lawrence Herbert), 1885-1930
Laolunsi, 1885-1930
Lārensu, Ḍi. Ec.
Lārensu, Ḍi. Ec., 1885-1930
Lawrence, D.
Lawrence, D. H.
Lawrence, D. H., 1885-1930
Lawrence, David H.
Lawrence, David H., 1885-1930
Lawrence, David H. (David Herbert), 1885-1930
Lawrence, David Herbert
Lawrence, David-Herbert 1885-1930
Lawrence, David Herbert Richards
Lorens, D. H
Lorens, Deĭvid Gerbert
Lorens, Deĭvid Gerbert, 1885-1930
Lorens, Dėjvid G. 1885-1930
Lorens, Dėjvid Gerbert 1885-1930
Lorens, Dejvid Herbert
Lorenss, D. H.
Lorenss, D. H., 1885-1930
Lorenss, D. H. (Deivids Herberts), 1885-1930
Lorenss, Deivids Herberts, 1885-1930
Lorensŭ
Lorensŭ, 1885-1930
Lorensŭ, D. H.
Lorensŭ, D. H., 1885-1930
Lourens, D.Ch., 1885-1930
Lourens, D. G.
Lourens, D. G., 1885-1930
Lourens, Devid, 1885-1930
Lourens, Dėvid Gerbert
Lourens, Dėvid Gerbert, 1885-1930
Lourens, Devid Herbert, 1885-1930
Lūrāns, D.H., 1885-1930
Lūrins, D.H., 1885-1930
Лоренс, Д., 1885-1930
Лоуренс, Д. Г. (Дэвид Герберт), 1885-1930
Лоуренс, Дэвид Герберт, 1885-1930
לאורנס, ד. ה.
לאורנס, ד. ה. (דוד הרברט), 1885-1930
לאורענס
לורנס, ד״ה
לורנס, ד.ה., 1885־1930
د. هـ. لورانس (ديفيد هربرت)، 1885-1930
ديفيد هربرت لورنس، 1885-1930
لورانس، دافيد هيربرت، 1885-1930
لورانس، دي. إتش. (ديفيد هربرت)، 1885-1930
لورانس، ديفيد هربرت، 1885-1930
لورنس، د. هـ. (ديفيد هربرت)، 1885-1930
ロオランス
ロレンス, D. H
劳伦斯, 1885-1930
Languages
English (4,579)
German (16)
Spanish (14)
French (12)
Italian (6)
Hebrew (4)
Bengali (2)
Swedish (2)
Korean (2)
Urdu (1)
Portuguese (1)
Arabic (1)
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