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Etudes lawrenciennes N° 36, 2007

The Poetics of Travel and Cultural Otherness

Mis en ligne par : Ginette Roy . Mise à jour: 23 juin 2007.

- CORNELIUS CROWLEY, Living on, Desired Ends : the Poetics of Travel in Four Lawrence Stories.
- BETHAN JONES, Gods, Wheels and Wanderers : “trafficking” in "More Pansies" and "Last Poems".
- MATTHEW GAUGHAN, D. H. Lawrence’s Travels to the Seaside.
- ANDREW SKINNER, Through the Tyrol, Aug-Sept 1912 : Origins of Lawrence’s Ideas on “blood-consciousness” ?
- PETER PRESTON, Seeing FLorence to Death : Lawrence in the City of David.
- KEITH CUSHMAN, Lawrence and Achsah Brewster in Ceylon : The Journey of Identity.
- NEIL ROBERTS, Recognising Otherness ? The Place of Mornings in Mexico in Lawrence’s Encounter with Native America.
- PETER FJÅGESUND, Wagner and Vikings : Representing the Heroic in Women in Love.
- KYOKO KAY KONDO, “Gladiatorial” : What did Lawrence Know of Jiujitsu ?
- NATALYA REINHOLD, A Travel Imagined
- ANTONIO TRAFICANTE, Translating the Other : Lawrence, Bakhtin, and Verga

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