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Lost Girl the Cambridge Edition of the Works

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The Cambridge edition of The Lost Girl uses the manuscript which D. H. Lawrence wrote in Sicily in 1920 to recapture his direct relationship with the text, and in particular to recover the characteristically fluent punctuation which the novel’s original printers obscured or ignored. The edition prints all four of the passages which the publisher censored without Lawrence’s full knowledge and the hero’s name is correctly spelled for the first time in an English edition. The novel is set mainly in the Eastwood of Lawrence’s youth, the full annotation identifies a great many real-life characters and settings. John Worthen’s introduction gives an accurate account of The Lost Girl’s development, composition and publication, and the influence upon the book of Lawrence’s desire to write a commercially successful novel. The textual apparatus records all variant readings.

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This edition of The Lost Girl offers a text corresponding to Lawrence's expectations.

Synopsis:

The Cambridge edition of The Lost Girl uses the manuscript which D. H. Lawrence wrote in Sicily in 1920 to recapture his direct relationship with the text, and in particular to recover the characteristically fluent punctuation which the novel’s original printers obscured or ignored. For the first time, the novel is printed in a text corresponding to Lawrence’s expectations. John Worthen’s introduction gives an accurate account of The Lost Girl’s development, composition and publication, and the influence upon the book of Lawrence’s desire to write a commercially successful novel.

Synopsis:

This edition of The Lost Girl offers a text corresponding to Lawrence??'s expectations.

Table of Contents

General editor’s preface; Acknowledgements; Chronology; Cue-titles; Introduction; The Lost Girl; Appendix; Explanatory notes; Textual apparatus; A note on pounds, shillings and pence.

Product Details

ISBN:
9780521294232
Editor:
Worthen, John
Editor:
Boulton, James T.
Editor:
Worthen, John
Editor:
Boulton, James T.
Author:
Boulton, James T.
Author:
Black, M. H.
Author:
Lawrence, D.H.
Author:
Vasey, Lindeth
Author:
Worthen, John
Publisher:
Cambridge University Press
Location:
Cambridge Eng. ;
Subject:
General
Subject:
Literary
Subject:
Fiction
Subject:
Young women
Subject:
British
Subject:
Young women -- England -- Fiction.
Subject:
British -- Italy -- Fiction.
Subject:
Bildungsromane.
Subject:
Young women--England--Fiction Young women--En
Subject:
Psychological fiction
Subject:
Love stories
Subject:
Literature-A to Z
Series:
The Cambridge Edition of the Works of D. H. Lawrence
Series Volume:
79th, pt. 2
Publication Date:
20020231
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Grade Level:
Professional and scholarly
Language:
English
Illustrations:
1 map
Pages:
488
Dimensions:
8.50x5.82x1.26 in. 1.50 lbs.

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"Synopsis" by , The Cambridge edition of The Lost Girl uses the manuscript which D. H. Lawrence wrote in Sicily in 1920 to recapture his direct relationship with the text, and in particular to recover the characteristically fluent punctuation which the novel’s original printers obscured or ignored. For the first time, the novel is printed in a text corresponding to Lawrence’s expectations. John Worthen’s introduction gives an accurate account of The Lost Girl’s development, composition and publication, and the influence upon the book of Lawrence’s desire to write a commercially successful novel.
"Synopsis" by , This edition of The Lost Girl offers a text corresponding to Lawrence??'s expectations.
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