publication . Research . 2003

D.H.Lawrence's Quest for "a Beyond"

中山, 本文; Motofumi, NAKAYAMA;
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  • Published: 20 Mar 2003 Journal: 宮崎公立大学人文学部紀要 = Bulletin of Miyazaki Municipal University Faculty of Humanities, volume 10, issue 1, pages 235-249
Some critics show interest in the change of the author's attention from the "perfect union" between both sexes to the "great world" of nature in Women in Love, referring to the passage showing the resurrection of the hero Birkin through the delicate touch with vegetation life. But the resurrection scene in the vegetation world does not necessarily mean the abandonment of the "perfect union." When consideration is given to the fact that the rest of the work centers about the establishment of a desirable relationship between man and woman, it is without doubt that his "Sacred World" is supposed to be founded on a mutuality of being. The discussion which follows is...
free text keywords: consciousness, egoism, unconsciousness, impersonal, beyond
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