Links to Lawrence-related websites
The life and works of D H Lawrence have always attracted an enormous international following which is reflected in the number and variety of websites devoted to him.
A selection of sites, with brief description, have been grouped under different headings to reflect their principal areas of concern. This is not intended as an exhaustive list but is rather a selection of well-presented, up-to-date sites which reflect the wide range of interests in Lawrence.
Literary works and criticism
Full-text works available online
Under European law the published works of D H Lawrence came out of copyright on 31 December 2000. (Note: copyright restrictions will still apply to certain later editions, including the complete canon published by Cambridge University Press and also Granada Publishing and Penguin Books, the copyright details appearing in the prelims of each individual volume).
Full-text works are available online from:
- Oxford Text Archive
Lady Chatterley's Lover (1st edition, 1928)
Women in Love (1st edition, 1920)
St Mawr (transcribed from the 1950 Penguin edition of St. Mawr and The virgin and the gipsy; St Mawr first published 1925)
- Electronic Text Center, University of Virginia
Sons and Lovers (New York: Viking Press, 1913)
Adolf (The Dial, 69, September 1920)
Rex (The Dial, 70, February 1921)
Pomegranate (The Dial, 70, March 1921) and
The Apostolic Beasts (The Dial, 70, April 1921)
- American Studies @ The University of Virginia
Studies in Classic American Literature (New York: Seltzer, 1923)
- Bartleby (formerly Project Bartleby at Columbia University)
Amores (New York: Huebsch, 1916)
New Poems (London: Secker, 1918)
- Literature Online
Provides access to Chadwyck-Healey's full-text databases of English and American literature, including Lawrence's poetry, Studies in Classic American Literature by D H Lawrence and KnowledgeNotes for students on Sons and Lovers and Women in Love.
Criticism and studies
- Peter Gill: playwright, theatre director. An extensive site providing comprehensive coverage of Gill's productions of Lawrence's plays (A Collier's Friday Night, The Daughter-in-Law, The Widowing of Mrs Holroyd, The Merry-Go-Round) with programme notes, cast lists and a rehearsal logbook. Also included is an article by Keith Sagar, D H Lawrence: Dramatist.
- In Some Women and Lawrence, Viriginia Hyde, Professor of Literature at Washington State University, provides details of over a hundred women writers and scholars who have responded to Lawrence's work.
- D H Lawrence 1885-1930 First Centenary. A special issue of Renaissance and Modern Studies Volume XXIX, 1985, published by the University of Nottingham in 1985 to celebrate the centenary of Lawrence's birth.
Available for purchase. Enquiries should be directed to:
- Short story and autobiography: kinds of detachment in D.H. Lawrence's early fiction by John Worthen
- Lawrence, Dostoevsky, Bakhtin: D.H. Lawrence and dialogic fiction by David Lodge
- Lawrence and industrial symbolism by Bridget Pugh
- D.H. Lawrence and the sources of movements in European history by P.J. Crumpton
- "Terra incognita": Lawrence's travel writings by Mara Kalnins
- Phoenix poet by Allan Rodway
- D.H. Lawrence: letter writer by James T. Boulton
- D.H. Lawrence: the George Lazarus collection of books and manuscripts by Anthony Rota
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- A Would-be Dirty Mind: D H Lawrence as an Enemy of Joyce. Article by Professor Paul Delany of Simon Fraser University, Canada.
- Giving Yourself Away: Lawrence's Letters in Context. Article by Professor Paul Delany of Simon Fraser University, Canada.
- Lawrence's Last Days provides an updated version of Emile Delaveney's article, 'D H Lawrence at Vence (6 February-2 March 1930)'.
- Transitional states and pyschic change: thoughts on reading D H Lawrence. Article by Barbara Schapiro in PSYART, a hyperlink journal published by the Institute for Pyschological Study of the Arts, University of Florida.
- Lawrence seminar site accompanies teaching on Lawrence by Jay Gertzman, English Department, Mansfield University, USA.
- D.H. Lawrence in the Dial provides bibliographic details of works by and about Lawrence published in The Dial from 1920-28.
- D H Lawrence - resource materials lists selected critical and biographical works on Lawrence for students in F&HE.
- Essays on D H Lawrence by Joyce Carol Oates including "The Hostile Sun: The Poetry of D H Lawrence" and "Lawrence's Götterdämmerung: The Apocalyptic Vision of Women in Love"
Reviews and publishers' notices
Publishers and booksellers
Journals, discussion groups and societies
- The D H Lawrence Review. Published three times annually as a forum for criticism, scholarship, reviews, and bibliography of the work of Lawrence and his circle.
- The Rananim Society is an internet discussion group linked to Helen Croom's web site (see enthusiasts' pages below).
- The D H Lawrence announce list is an announcement list only (no discussion) and is intended for postings of news, seminar updates, calls for papers, information on plays and exhibitions, new publications, book reviews etc.
- The D H Lawrence Society, Eastwood. Publishes a twice-yearly newsletter and an annual journal. Programme and contact details available via the Alliance of Literary societies.
- D H Lawrence Society of North America. Publishes a twice-yearly newsletter.
- D H Lawrence Society of Australia. Produces a quarterly journal, Rananim.
- Lawrence Gossip Column run by Scarthin Books of Cromford, Derbyshire.
- Etudes Lawrenciennes Published twice yearly (in English) by the Groupe d'Etudes Lawrenciennes, Centre de recherches anglo-américaines, Université Paris X-Nanterre.
The following societies currently have no web presence:
- D H Lawrence Society of Italy. Published Quaderni Lawrenciani. Contact: Dr. Antonella De Nicola, Director of the Society, Via Silvio Spaventa 9, 80142 Naples, Italy. Tel. and fax. +39 81 5534719.
- D H Lawrence Society of Korea. Produces journal D H Lawrence Studies.
- D H Lawrence Society of Japan. Produces journal D H Lawrence Kenkyu.
Enthusiasts' personal pages
D H Lawrence has always attracted an enthusiastic following from academics, literary critics and the general public who now have access to an international medium through which to share their enthusiasm.
- Helen Croom's site D H Lawrence provides comprehensive information and reliable links to a wide range of Lawrence sites.
- The Cosmic Baseball Association provides a quirky look at Lawrence and includes a number of photographs.
Places associated with Lawrence
- Birthplace Museum on the Broxtowe Borough Council website
- Into the Breach (formerly 'Lawrencetown') is a comprehensive site which provides a literary tour of Eastwood, including information on Durban House Heritage Centre and other places of local interest (the homepage may not be available but other pages can still be reached using the menu).
- The D H Lawrence Ranch (formerly Kiowa Ranch), short description on Wikipedia with related links about the Lawrences home in New Mexico. The ranch, given to Frieda by Mable Dodge Luhan in 1924, was gifted to the University of New Mexico by Frieda, prior to her death in 1955.
Films and audio readings
- The Lawrence filmography provided by Internet Movie Database gives details of films of works by and about Lawrence, indicating those available on video and DVD.
- A Passion for Life : a video focusing on Eastwood and the early life of D H Lawrence, produced by Active Image in collaboration with Broxtowe Borough Council. Details and online ordering facilities.
- D.H. Lawrence: The Middle Years. Internet Talk Radio provides a rebroadcast of the American public radio programme, Dialogue, in which George Seay interviews Mark Kinkead-Weekes on the art of D.H. Lawrence.
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