Approaches to Teaching the Works of D. H. Lawrence
About the Authors
M. Elizabeth Sargent is associate professor of English and writing coordinator at the University of Alberta. She is (as M. Elizabeth Wallace) editor of Part-Time Academic Employment in the Humanities (MLA, 1984). She publishes on the teaching of writing and on Lawrence. Her work has appeared in the journals College English, ADE Bulletin, Profession, Women's Review of Books, and the D. H. Lawrence Review and in the books The Challenge of D. H. Lawrence (U of Wisconsin P, 1990), D. H. Lawrence in Italy and England (Macmillan, 1999), and Writing the Body in D. H. Lawrence (Greenwood, 2001).
Garry Watson is professor of English at the University of Alberta. He is author of The Leavises, the "Social," and the Left (Bryn Mill, 1976), His recent publications include essays on political correctness, in English Studies in Canada; on Melville and Conrad, in Conrad, James, and Other Relations (Maria Curie Skłodowska U, 1998); on the western, in Cineaction; on Lawrence and religion, in Etudes Lawrenciennes (2000); and on Lawrence and the abject body, in Writing the Body in D. H. Lawrence: Essays on Language, Representation, and Sexuality, edited by Paul Poplawski (Greenwood, 2001.)
"This Approaches volume will prove useful to novice and experienced teachers and to Lawrence newcomers and aficionados alike. It combines the practical and theoretical and covers a wide range of genres and perspectives." —Judith Ruderman, author of D. H. Lawrence and the Devouring Mother: The Search for a Patriarchal Ideal of Leadership
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