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Mornings in Mexico and Other Essays

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Part of The Cambridge Edition of the Works of D. H. Lawrence

  • Date Published: June 2014
  • availability: Available
  • format: Paperback
  • isbn: 9781107457485

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  • This book is a critical edition of D. H. Lawrence's complete essays about Mexican and Southwestern Indians, both those published in 1927 as Mornings in Mexico, and the other essays Lawrence wrote about them during his American years. The number of essays, therefore, is more than double that of all previous editions. The early version of 'Pan in America' appears here for the first time, as do previously unpublished passages in other essays. The texts are informed by all extant manuscripts, typescripts, and early publications, with a full textual apparatus revealing Lawrence's revisions. The volume includes extensive notes and appendices with information on Mesoamerican mythology and history. Lawrence's interest in and real affection for the region and its peoples went beyond the travel writing genre and these essays hold significance not only for those interested in Lawrence but also in the wider context of the cultures of Mexico and the Southwest.

    • All the essays on Mexican and Southwestern American Indians collected together for the first time
    • Features detailed explanatory notes, textual apparatus, and earlier versions of several essays
    • Includes maps of the region, timelines and two of Lawrence's own sketches
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    'This is a magnificent book! The collection of essays covers almost all that Lawrence was thinking about the importance of the American world between 1922 and 1928 … For all Lawrence readers this is a volume to get, to dip into time and again for a refreshing voice of complete individual seriousness.' The Use of English

    'Crosswhite Hyde's edition can be unhesitatingly recommended to all libraries and scholars of twentieth-century literature.' English Studies

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    • Date Published: June 2014
    • format: Paperback
    • isbn: 9781107457485
    • length: 454 pages
    • dimensions: 217 x 140 x 25 mm
    • weight: 0.57kg
    • availability: Available
  • Table of Contents

    Chronology
    Introduction
    Note on the texts
    Mornings in Mexico: Corasmin and the parrots
    Walk to Huayapa
    The Mozo
    Market day
    Indians and entertainment
    The dance of the sprouting corn
    The Hopi snake dance
    A little moonshine with lemon
    Other Essays, 1922–8: Certain Americans and an Englishman
    Indians and an Englishman
    Taos
    Au Revoir, USA
    Dear old horse, a London letter
    Paris letter
    Letter from Germany
    Pan in America
    See Mexico after, by Luis Q.
    New Mexico
    Appendix I. 'Just back from the snake dance'
    Appendix II. ['Indians and an Englishman' and 'Certain Americans and an Englishman']: early fragment in Luhan
    Appendix III. 'Pan in America': early version
    Appendix IV. ['See Mexico After, by Luis Q.'] (Early fragments)
    Appendix V. Mesoamerican and Southwestern American myth
    Appendix VI. History timelines
    Appendix VII. Maps
    Explanatory notes
    Textual apparatus
    Glossary
    Line-end hyphenation.

  • Author

    D. H. Lawrence

    Editor

    Virginia Crosswhite Hyde, Washington State University
    Virginia Crosswhite Hyde is Professor Emerita of English at Washington State University.

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