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ISSUES OF RANANIM

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Rananim_Vol_1_No_1 Oct_1993
Rananim_Vol_2_No_1_Feb_1994.
Rananim_Vol_2_ No_2_Jun_1994

Rananim_Vol_2_No_3_Oct_1994
Rananim_Vol_3_No_1_Feb_1995.
Rananim_Vol_3_No_2_Jun_1995
Rananim_Vol_3_No_3_Nov_1995.
Rananim_Vol_4_No_1_Apr_1996
Rananim_Vol_4_No_2-3_Dec_1996
Rananim_Vol_5_No_1_Apr_1997
Rananim_Vol_5_No_2_Sept_1997.
Rananim_Vol_5_No_3_Dec_1997.
Rananim_Vol_6_No_1_Jun_1998

Rananim_Vol_6_No._2_Oct_1998
Rananim_Vol_7_No_1_Dec_1999_&_Vol_8

Rananim_Vol_9_No_1_Mar_2001.
Rananim_Vol_10_No_1_May_2002
Rananim_Vol_11_No_1_Mar_2003

Rananim_Vol_12_No_1_Feb_2004

Rananim_Vol_13_No_1_Aug_2005
Rananim_Vol_14_No_1_Nov_2006
Rananim_Vol_15_No_1_2007-08
Rananim_Vol_15_No_2_Nov_2008
Rananim_Vol_16_No_1_ Jan_2009
Rananim_Vol_16_No_2_Mar_2009
Rananim_Vol_16_No_3_Apr_2009
Rananim_Vol_16_No_4_Sept_2009
Rananim_Vol_17_No_1_Feb_2010
Rananim_Vol_17_No_2_Apr_2010
Rananim_Vol_17_No_3_Jul-Aug_201
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Rananim_Vol_18_No_1_Feb_2011
Rananim_Vol_18_No_2_Jul_2011
Rananim_Vol_19_Mo_1_Jun_2012
Rananim _Vol_19_No_2_Oct_2012
Rananim_Vol_20_ May-June_ 2013
Rananim_Vol_20_No_2_Oct_2013
Rananim_Vol_21_No_1_Jun_2014
Rananim_Vol_21_No_2_Nov_2014
Rananim_Vol_22_No_1_Aug_2015

 
WHAT'S NEW IN 2016


mermaid

"A TYPICAL CORNISHMAN"

Matthew Trewhella, the chorister of Zennor - pictured above humming a tune - being lured to a watery fate by a seductive mermaid…a famous Cornwall myth commemorated in a church in Zennor which Lawrence knew from his time in Cornwall in 1916-17, and which came to mind when he needed a name for the real-life character Gerald Hum in Sydney in 1922. Hum didn’t sing, but choristers do, so in Kangaroo Hum became William James “Jaz” Trewhella. (See Research Notes 6/1/16 for why Hum was "a typical Cornishman".)

THE DH LAWRENCE SOCIETY OF AUSTRALIA has plans for 2016 which will include a lunch and talk in August to mark our now-customary celebration of the date Lawrence left Australia. We will keep you informed by email. If you haven't given us your email address yet, please click HERE.

Our President, Rob Daroch, is busy finishing his book The Nightmare: Lawrence's 100 Days in Australia which will be published shortly and will also become an e-book available on Kindle, Amazon, Barnes & Noble and as Print-on-Demand.

DHLA Secretary, Sandra Darroch and President Rob Darroch have both been invited to present papers at a Lawrence Conference: "Outside England...Far off from the World": DH Lawrence, Cornwall and Regional Modernism. The Conference will be held on September 12-14 near where Lawrence stayed at Higher Tregarthen near Zennor in 1916 .

OUR VIDEO VENTURE

venture

DH Lawrence Society of Australia President,
Rob Darroch, holding up a copy of
artist Garry Shead's DVD
of his film "In the Steps of Lawrence".

Garry's film was a feature at the launch of Rananim Media Enterprises, which the DH Lawrence Society of Australia will manage and distribute DVDs, books, and other Media about Lawrenceand Kangaroo.

To see more about the launch and Garry's film, click here RANANIM NOVEMBER 2014.

RECENT ARTICLES (click on the titles)

THE ZOO WHICH INSPIRED LAWRENCE'S POEM "KANGAROO"

92nd Anniversary of
Lawrence's arrival in Sydney

NEW LAWRENCE FILM PREMIERE

Launch of Robert Darroch's e-book
THE SCALY BACK OF A REPTILE
...
Click HERE to read this book and Cick HERE to view the October 2013 edition of Rananim
for a report on the launch and the "True Believers"


A NEW LAWRENCE BOOK: Women in Love: Sexual Experience
and the Struggle with Death
,
. by ARTHUR EFRON

Literary discovery: Katherine Mansfield's
influence on Lawrence's Lost Girl.
by SANDRA DARROCH.

90th Anniversary of DHL's arrival in Sydney

Geoff Dyer in Sydney

"The House at the End of the Road" - Article by ROBERT WHITELAW about Lawrence's strange excursion to Sydney's Northern beaches the day after he arrived in Sydney

REPORT ON THE 12TH INTERNATIONAL


LAUNCH OF LIT SOC SY

MATTER OVER MIND: where Lawrence got his inspiration from

HE COULD FEEL SUCH FEAR, IN AUSTRALIA

DH LAWRENCE & DADA


 
 
 
   
               




 




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