Contemporary Studies in Literature is a series designed for the student and general reader interested in understanding the contributions of major literary figures. Each volume presents a selected bibliography and the best recent criticism available of the work of one outstanding novelist, poet or playwright. The volume editor, a distinguished teacher or critic, is a specialist in the work of the author discussed. The editor of D. H. Lawrence is Leo Hamalian, Director of Creative Writing in the graduate English department of the City College of the City University of New York. Among other books he has edited are Eleven Modern Short Novels, The Shape of fiction, The Radical Vision and The Existential Imagination. His poetry and articles have appeared in numerous national periodicals.
The collection features opinion pieces from various contributors, amongst them Frieda Lawrence and Anais Nin.
D. H. Lawrence: A Collection of Criticism edited by Leo Hamalian published by Mcgraw-Hill 1973. 151 pp. Book condition: Fair - slightly creased spine and corners. Some underlining in the introduction but otherwise clean throughout.
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