D. H. Lawrence: Poet, the fruit of forty years' reflection, is the most accessible introduction to Lawrence's poetry currently available. This highly entertaining book ... makes fascinating reading for anyone interested in the development of modem poetry. --Karl Orend, Times Literary Supplement
About the Author
Keith Sagar, formerly Reader in Literature at the University of Manchester, is currently Special Professor in the School of English at the University of Nottingham. He is the author of many books on Lawrence, including The Art of D. H. Lawrence, The Life of D. H. Lawrence and D. H. Lawrence: Life into Art, and several on Ted Hughes. His most recent book, Literature and the Crime Against Nature (2005) deals with sixteen of the greatest writers in the Western canon, from Homer to Hughes.