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Etudes lawrenciennes n°42. 2011

The Logic of Emotion

Mis en ligne par : Ginette Roy . Mise à jour: 11 février 2013.

Neil ROBERTS, Is Lawrence a Moving Writer, and Does it Matter ?
Michael BELL, “Le coeur a ses raisons….” : Lawrence, Logic and the Life of Feeling.
Howard J.BOOTH, Same-Sex Desire, Cross-Gender Identification and Asexuality in D.H. Lawrence’s Early Short Fiction.
Peter PRESTON, Logic and Emotion In Lawrence’s Late Literary Criticism.
Keith CUSHMAN, “We have to hate our immediate predecessors” : Lawrence and Galsworthy.
Juliette FEYEL, Literature Versus Philosophy.
Kyoko Kay KONDO, Law, Love and “Logic” in Study of Thomas Hardy.
Divya SAKSENA,“The Fallacy of Understanding” : D.H. Lawrence’s Emotional Logic in Fantasia of the Unconscious and Apocalypse.
Carl KROCKEL, Reading Modernist Fiction as War Testimony : The Case of D. H. Lawrence’s “Nightmare”.
Brigitte MACADRÉ, The Illogical Logic of Emotion in Women in Love.
Elise BRAULT, Emptying and Filling : a(n) (Il)logical Poetic Representation of Emotions.
Shirley BRICOUT,The Ritualization of Emotions in Quetzalcoatl and The Plumed Serpent.
Olga DESIDERIO, The Flowing of Emotion, Sentiment and Ressentiment in The Trespasser.
Monica LATHAM, “On the “Rocks” : Women (and Men) in (and out of) Love.