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The Edinburgh Companion to D. H. Lawrence and the Arts

Catherine Brown and Susan Reid

Abstract

This book includes twenty-eight chapters by specialists from across the arts, reassessing Lawrence’s relationship to aesthetic categories and specific art forms in their historical and critical contexts. A new picture of Lawrence as a multi-disciplinary artist emerges, expanding from traditional areas of enquiry in prose and poetry into the fields of drama, painting, music, dance, sculpture, architecture, historiography, life writing and queer and Biblical aesthetics. The Companion explores topics such as Lawrence’s politics in his art, his representations of technology, his practice of revisi ... More

Keywords: D. H. Lawrence, Aesthetics, Anti-aestheticism, Modernism, Literature and the arts, Literary theories, Literary criticism, Performance

Bibliographic Information

Print publication date: 2020 Print ISBN-13: 9781474456623
Published to Edinburgh Scholarship Online: September 2021 DOI:10.3366/edinburgh/9781474456623.001.0001

Authors

Affiliations are at time of print publication.

Catherine Brown, editor
New College of the Humanities

Susan Reid, editor

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Introduction

Catherine Brown and Susan Reid

Part I Aesthetics

2 Gesamtkunstwerk

Susan Reid

5 Traditional Aesthetics

Julianne Newmark

6 Translation

Stefania Michelucci

7 Biblical Aesthetics

Shirley Bricout

9 Queer Aesthetics

Hugh Stevens

10 Politics and Art

Howard J. Booth

11 Popular Culture

Gemma Moss

12 Technology

David Trotter

Part II Aesthetic Forms

Section 1: Verbal Arts

13 The Idea of the Novel

Keith Cushman

Section 2 Performance Arts

16 Performance

John Worthen

17 Drama and the Dramatic

Jeremy Tambling

18 Music

Susan Reid

19 Dance

Susan Jones

Section 3 Visual Arts

21 Book Design

Jonathan Long

22 Sculpture

Jane Costin

23 Architecture

Sarah Edwards

24 Clothing and Jewellery

Judith Ruderman

Part III Lawrence in Others’ Art

25 Lawrence in Biofiction

Lee M. Jenkins

28 D. H. Lawrence: Icon

Catherine Brown