Society Programme 2013-14

2013

Wed 11th September

MICHAEL BELL

D.H.Lawrence as Philosophical Novelist

Wed 9th October

JONATHAN LONG

The impact of World War I on Lawrence’s Career

Wed 13th November

TERRY GIFFORD

What is the Role of Nature in “Lady Chatterley’s Lover”?

Wed 11th December

Christmas Dinner

2014

Wed 8th January

STEPHEN BAILEY

“Clara, it’s only seven miles to the tram!” Walking with Lawrence

Wed 12th February

Peter Brennan

D.H.Lawrence’s “Prodigious Voyage”

Wed 12th March

JOHN WORTHEN

Lawrence, Shelley and Wordsworth

Wed 9th April

HELEN BARON

Lawrence’s Exploitation of Trams in his Fiction

Wed 14th may

ANNE FERNIHOUGH

The representation of Lawrence and Frieda in H. D.’s novel, “Bid Me to Live”

Wed 11th June

CLIVE LEIVERS

D.H.Lawrence and the Haggs

Wed 9th July

A.G.M. with readings from Lawrence’s Plays.

 

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2 Responses to Society Programme 2013-14

  1. ARAM Derek says:

    *Many thanks for sending me information on what looks like a fascinating programme. * ** *But how on earth do you join this Society? The website is silent. I’m pretty sure DHRL would not wish to appear to be furtive!* ** *[None of the automatic e-mail links appear to work either].* ** *Regards.* ** *Derek Aram*

    On 6 September 2013 15:52, DH Lawrence Society

  2. Andrew Ednie says:

    As I am resident in Cyprus and will be unable to attend on the 9/10 “The impact of world war one on Lawrence’s career” will you publish a paper ? and can I obtain a copy? I have only just started to receive new posts on the DHL Society but am anxious to get involved. Kind regards Andrew Ednie.

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