Synopses & Reviews
Best known as the author of Lady Chatterley's Lover and Women In Love, D.H. Lawrence also wrote a good deal of fine poetry in which he used words in a richly textured way to express deep emotion. In addition to the celebrated title poem, this exceptional collection includes such memorable poems as "A Collier's Wife," "Meeting Among The Mountains," "Monologue Of A Mother," "The Sea," "Humiliation," "Fireflies In The Corn," "New Heaven And Earth," and many more.
Perhaps best known as the author of Lady Chatterley's Lover, Women in Love and other novels, D. H. Lawrence (1885-1930) also wrote some of the 20th century's finest poetry. Exuberant and intense, his poetic work spans a diverse array of subjects -- love, marriage, family, class, art, culture and more -- all treated with sensitivity, and often, humor. This collection presents a rich selection of his verse from Love Poems and Others (1913), Georgian Poetry 1913-1915 (1915), Look! We Have Come Through! (1917), New Poems (1918), Tortoises (1921), and from periodicals such as The Dial and English Review. In addition to the celebrated title poem, individual poems include "A Collier's Wife, " "Meeting among the Mountains, " "Monologue of a Mother, " "The Sea, " "Humiliation" "Fireflies in the Corn, " "New Heaven and Earth, " and many more.
This exceptional collection of poems contains a rich cross-section of Lawrence's work including "A Collier's Wife," "Meeting Among The Mountains," "Monologue Of A Mother," "The Sea," "Humiliation," and many more.