Phoenix: the posthumous papers of D. H. Lawrence

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The Viking press, 1936 - 852 pages
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User Review  - pansociety - LibraryThing

Selections From The Posthumous Papers: "The Universe and Me" --This is only a lengthy paragraph, but succinctly encompasses the meaning of modern Pantheism in poetic prose. "The Death of Pan" --This ... Read full review

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User Review  - Thomas Baughman - Goodreads

As an essayist, I find lawrence to be first-rate. Some of his best eesays are contained in this collection. Seek it out. Read full review


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