D H Lawrence: 'Women in Love'

D H Lawrence: 'Women in Love'

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An introduction to a work generally considered Lawrencea€™s greatest novel, and by some readers, the greatest English novel of the twentieth century. Part 1: The context of Women in Love. General Introduction; Lawrencea€™s early life and work; The composition of Women in Love; Women in Love and the First World War; People, Places and Libel Threats; Sexuality; Class. Part 2: Artistic Influences and Strategies. Tradition and Experiment; Thomas Hardy and the Russian Novel; a€˜You mustna€™t look in my novel for the old stable ego of the charactera€™; Modernist movements: Futurism, Imagism, Expressionism; Morality and the Novel. Part 3: Reading Women in Love. Part 4: Reception. Part 5: Bibliography.At the time when Lawrence was writing, the English novel was typified by John Galsworthy, Arnold Bennett and H.G. Wells. In a famous essay written in 1919 Virginia Woolf stigmatised all these writers as a#39;materialistsa#39; who spent a#39;immense skillanbsp;...

Title:D H Lawrence: 'Women in Love'
Author: Neil Roberts
Publisher:Humanities-Ebooks - 2007-01-01

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