Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (pages -304) and index.
Formatted Contents Note
1. Darwinism and Lawrence's quest for regeneration : "A new conception of what it means, to live" 2. Regeneration, the rejection of eugenics and Rananim in Australia 3. Lawrence decides to travel to Australia 4. Imagining Australia : "The vicar's garden," The white peacock, The daughter-in-law, "The primrose path," The lost girl, Aaron's rod and Mr Noon 5. "Pommy," "Pommygranate" and "Pommigrant" in Kangaroo : Mr and Mrs Somers, the amateur emigrants 6. Aspects of degeneration in Kangaroo : "a novel, shot with a wayward beauty" 7. "Kangaroo" and the spirit of Australia 8. The race for the bush : the Australian aboriginal presence and British race regeneration in Kangaroo and The boy in the bush 9. Matriarchy, mates and bigamy in The boy in the bush 10. The aristocrat in the bush : some textual origins for the questing hero in The boy in the bush 11. Out of place : colonial Australians in St. Mawr 12. Last words : "preface to Black swans," "The hand," Lady Chatterley's lover, "Eve in the land of Nod," P.R. Stephensen : Mandrake Press and "Introduction to pansies," Mimosa letters.