CFP: D. H. Lawrence Revisited series (various deadlines; collection)

full name / name of organization: 
Philippe Romanski
contact email: 
Philippe.Romanski@univ-rouen.fr

Following the publication of the first volume of the D. H. Lawrence
Revisited series (A Black and White Kaleidoscope Tossed at Random : Essays
on D. H. Lawrence's Women in Love. Eds. J.-P. Pichardie and Ph. Romanski.
Rouen : Publication de l'université de Rouen, 2002), we now invite papers
for 4 forthcoming titles.

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1. "But letters are no good": Essays on D. H. Lawrence's Letters

Keywords: editing Lawrence's letters--letters as literary works--letters as
occasional pieces--business letters--day-to-day business--letters as
blueprints--letters as prefaces or introductions--letters as
autobiographical documents--letters from abroad‹going
places--(self-)justification--revelation and self-revelation--grovelling,
cursing, and moaning--truth and dissimulation--acting out--Lawrence and
journals/magazines--private and public letters--politics and
politicians--utopian schemes--the Great War--the State of the
World--decadence and Revolutions--lost worlds--America and Native
Americans--Australia--Mexico--living and dying--"Please keep this letter"--
etc.

Vol.: approx. 250 pp. Essays: 20 000-30 000 typ. signs. Style: Chicago or
MLA. Language: English. We shall consider essays on ALL aspects.
If you are interested, please send a short email message outlining your
project as soon as possible to Jean-Paul.Pichardie_at_wanadoo.fr AND
Philippe.Romanski_at_univ-rouen.fr. Abstracts due by June 30, 2002. Papers due
by Dec. 31, 2002. Publication : Feb. 2003.

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2. "Ours is essentially a tragic age...": Essays on Lady Chatterley's Lover

Keywords: irony--the female and the feminine--the male and the
masculine--exaltation and ecstasy--ritual--landscape and ideology--past and
present--creating the future--representing sex--language--literature and
censorship--provocations--controversy--(mis)reading Lawrence--the Lady
Chatterley Trial (Regina vs. Penguin Books)--pirating--private presses--The
3 versions of the novel-- etc.

Vol.: approx. 250 pp. Essays: 20 000-30 000 typ. signs. Style: Chicago or
MLA. Language: English. We shall consider essays on ALL aspects. If you are
interested, please send us a short email message outlining your project as
soon as possible to Jean-Paul.Pichardie_at_wanadoo.fr AND
Philippe.Romanski_at_univ-rouen.fr. Please include a short CV. Abstracts due by
June 30, 2003. Papers due by Dec. 30, 2003. Publication: Feb. 2004.

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3. Editing, Revising and Rewriting: "I have tried to let the demon say his
say" [Preface to Complete Poems vol. 1, p 28]

Keywords: Lawrence as editor of his own works--writing and
rewriting--editing Lawrence--novels, essays and poems : the different
versions--Prefaces, forewords and introductions--Lawrence's rewriting of the
canon (Apocalypse, Studies in Classic American literature, etc.)--Lawrence's
rewriting of history (Movements in European History, etc.)--justification
and self-justification--etc...

Vol.: approx. 250 pp. Essays: 20 000-30 000 typ. signs. Style: Chicago or
MLA. Language: English. We shall consider essays on ALL aspects.
If you are interested, please send us a short email message outlining your
project as soon as possible to Jean-Paul.Pichardie_at_wanadoo.fr AND
Philippe.Romanski_at_univ-rouen.fr. Please include a short CV. Abstracts due by
June 30, 2004. Papers due by Dec. 30, 2004. Publication: Feb. 2005.

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4.: "As if shot in the intestines" [Letters V, 230]: Essays on The Plumed
Serpent

Keywords: Lawrence and Mexico--The Plumed Serpent & Mornings in Mexico, "The
Woman Who Rode Away", "The Princess"--utopia and dystopia--D.H. Lawrence, J.
Conrad, M. Lowry, W. Burroughs, etc.--mythopeia / mythmaking--Religion and
mythology --ritual--The Plumed Serpent as Poetry of the Present--Testing the
limits (of ideology/writing/language...)--the female and the feminine--
etc...

Vol.: approx. 250 pp. Essays: 20 000-30 000 typ. signs. Style: Chicago or
MLA. Language: English. We shall consider essays on ALL aspects. If you are
interested, please send us a short email message outlining your project as
soon as possible to Jean-Paul.Pichardie_at_wanadoo.fr AND
Philippe.Romanski_at_univ-rouen.fr. Please include a short CV. Abstracts due by
June 30, 2005. Papers due by Dec. 30, 2005. Publication: Feb. 2006.

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Philippe Romanski
Université de Rouen
Département d'anglais
Faculté des lettres et sciences humaines
76821 Mont Saint Aignan cedex
France

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