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D.H.Lawrence Handbook

£6.99

Product description

All the material likely to be needed by anyone from sixth-form of high school level upwards studying the works of D. H. Lawrence is made available in this book.

The editor and the contributors, all leading British or American authorities in their particular field, cover a wide range of themes to provide indispensable reference material which has previously been inaccessible.

Included within the book are: bibliography of criticism of Lawrence by Dennis Jackson; a checklist of Lawrence’s reading by Rose Marie Burwell; a chronology of the composition of Lawrence’s works plus many more. The book also contains some previously unpublished maps and photographs.

Condition: there a crease running down the spin of the book along with very mild shelf marks at foot of the book, two mild corner bumps one at the bottom right and another at top, on the back cover of the book are two previous retails pricing stickers.

Interior: Clean, crisp and well bound

Item details

Author(s):
Sagar, Keith (editor)
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
9 x 6 inches
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
0719019559
ISBN-13:
9780719019555
Number of pages:
453
Publisher:
Manchester University Press
Title:
D.H.Lawrence Handbook

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All the material likely to be needed by anyone from sixth-form of high school level upwards studying the works of D. H. Lawrence is made available in this book.

The editor and the contributors, all leading British or American authorities in their particular field, cover a wide range of themes to provide indispensable reference material which has previously been inaccessible.

Included within the book are: bibliography of criticism of Lawrence by Dennis Jackson; a checklist of Lawrence’s reading by Rose Marie Burwell; a chronology of the composition of Lawrence’s works plus many more. The book also contains some previously unpublished maps and photographs.

Condition: there a crease running down the spin of the book along with very mild shelf marks at foot of the book, two mild corner bumps one at the bottom right and another at top, on the back cover of the book are two previous retails pricing stickers.

Interior: Clean, crisp and well bound

Author(s):
Sagar, Keith (editor)
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
9 x 6 inches
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
0719019559
ISBN-13:
9780719019555
Number of pages:
453
Publisher:
Manchester University Press
Title:
D.H.Lawrence Handbook

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