This volume brings together critical accounts of D.H. Lawrence's "The Rainbow" and "Women in Love". Essays are drawn from a range of theoretical perspectives, covering language, history, psychoanalysis, feminism and the relation of the novels to modernism. The book's introduction locates the novels in their historical and critical contexts.
GARY DAY teaches English at De Montfort University. - LIBBY DI NIRO is currently at De Montfort University conducting research into the relationship between aesthetics and economy in the eighteenth century.