Lawrence's novels : themes and precedents

Doctoral thesis English OPEN
Buckley, Brian R.
  • Subject: PR | PN0080
    mesheuropmc: humanities

To analyse the essential themes of Women in Love: i.e. three successive phases in a breakdown of moral health and three aspects of its recovery. To trace their development in Lawrence's other novels. To examine the position of Women in Love in this development and especially its relationship with The Rainbow. To present some illuminating affinities between his treatment of the themes and the treatment of similar themes in the novels he read or that formed a major part of the influences at work on him in his cultural environment.
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    lawrence. Lawrence in Love: Letters to Louie Burrows. Edited by J. T. Boulton. Nottingham, 1968. The Collected Letters. l!:dited by H. '1'. Moore. 2 volume s . London, 1962. Phoenix : Pos~humous Papers of D. H. lawrence. Volume I edited by E. D. McDonald. Voiume II edited by 'N . Robens and H. T. Moore. London, 1936 and 196CS . The SymbOiic Heaniyg: the Uncollected Versions of STUDIES IN CLASSIC AMERICAN LITEHATU RE. Edited by Armin Arnold. Arundel: The centaur Press, 1962. 1"l t f~Jt a-~ U ... tt....l..&'J. P....:s~ P"....." P..b, Ce. t\.tA.

    Leavis, F. R. D. H. Lawrence, Novelis~. London: Peng~in, 1964. The Grea~; Tradition. London, 1950.

    Scarle t a nd Blac~. 'l'ranslated by R. B. Shaw. London, 1953.

    London, 1954.

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