By D. H. Lawrence, James T. Boulton
D.H. Lawrence frequently wrote for newspapers in his final years not just simply because he wanted the cash, yet simply because he loved generating brief articles on the prompting of editors. He additionally wrote immense essays similar to the contentious advent to his personal quantity of work and the hugely arguable Pornography and Obscenity. Written among 1926 and Lawrence's dying in 1930, all thirty-nine articles are accumulated and edited during this quantity, together with formerly unpublished autobiographical items.
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Appendix iii. ‘Mushrooms’: autograph manuscript, 1 p. (MS), UCin. The apparatus records all textual variants, except for the following silent emendations: 1. Clearly inadvertent errors have been corrected; errors in intermediate typescripts that were corrected before the text appeared in print, have not been recorded. 2. DHL’s normal placing of punctuation inside closing inverted commas has been followed since most of the volume is based on autograph manuscript originals; printed variants have not been recorded.
But why do anything, anyhow? The desire to do anything has gone. The tree-trunks, living like rain, they are quite active enough. At the foot of the outlook tower there is an old tablet-stone with a very much battered Mercury, in relief. There is also an altar, or votive stone, both from the Roman times. The Romans are supposed to have worshipped Mercury on this summit. The battered god, with his round sun-head, looks very hollow-eyed and unimpressive in the purplish red sandstone of the district.
611). The publisher was reminded about galley proofs on 9 January 1930; it is presumed that Lawrence read them before the 21st since on that day he told his American admirer, Maria Chambers: ‘All the essays are collected and are going to appear with Knopf in a volume of Assorted Articles at the end of April’ (vii. 623–4). Lawrence died on 2 March. Secker published the volume in early April (it was reviewed in The Times Literary Supplement and the Evening Standard on the 10th), and Knopf in New York on 11 April.