Women in Love

References

  1. ^ http://www.katherinemansfield.net/life/lawrence.html
  2. ^ Ross, Charles L. The Proofs: Censorship and Revision. The Composition of The Rainbow and Women in Love: A History. UP of Virginia, 1979. 124-25
  3. ^ Ross, Charles L. The Proofs: Censorship and Revision. The Composition of The Rainbow and Women in Love: A History. UP of Virginia, 1979. p. 124
  4. ^ W. Charles Pilley in John Bull, 17 September 1921.
  5. ^ La Deuxième Sexe, page 229, by Simone de Beauvoir.
  6. ^ Paglia, Camille. Vamps and Tramps: New Essays. Penguin Books, 1994, p. 329.
  7. ^ Francis Spalding, Duncan Grant: A Biography. (1997) p. 169-170: "Lawrence's views (i.e. warning David Garnett against homosexual tendencies), as Quentin Bell was the first to suggest and S. P. Rosenbaum has argued conclusively, were stirred by a dread of his own homosexual susceptibilities, which are revealed in his writings, notably the cancelled prologue to Women in Love"
  8. ^ Paglia, Camille. Vamps and Tramps: New Essays. Penguin Books, 1994, p. 336.
  9. ^ This edition is a volume in The Cambridge Edition of the Letters and Works of D. H. Lawrence and displays significant differences to the final published version.
  10. ^ A discarded section of an early version of the novel and is set four years after Gerald and Birkin have returned from a skiing holiday in Tyrol. It is published as an appendix to the Cambridge edition, pp489-506

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