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D.H. Lawrence, history, ideology, and fiction

Graham Holderness

D.H. Lawrence, history, ideology, and fiction

by Graham Holderness

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Published by Gill and Macmillan, Humanities Press, 1982. in Dublin, Atlantic Highlands, N.J .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Lawrence, D. H. -- 1885-1930 -- Criticism and interpretation,
  • Lawrence, D. H. -- 1885-1930 -- Knowledge -- History,
  • History in literature,
  • Great Britain -- History -- 20th century

  • Edition Notes

    Includes index. Bibliography: p. 241-246.

    StatementGraham Holderness.. --
    The Physical Object
    Pagination248 p. ;
    Number of Pages248
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18936807M


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It is a radical criticism of our civilisation and a statement of Lawrence's unwavering. More editions of D.H. Lawrence History, Ideology and Fiction: ce: History, Ideology and Fiction: ISBN () Hardcover, Gill and.

Anne Fernihough () D. Lawrence: Aesthetics and Ideology (Oxford:Clarendon Press) Anne Fernihough, ed. () The Cambridge Companion to D H Lawrence (Cambridge, Cambridge University Press) Graham Holderness () D.H.

Lawrence: History, Ideology and Fiction. More editions of ce: History, Ideology and Fiction: ce: History, Ideology and Fiction: ISBN () Hardcover, Gill and MacMillan /.

home table of content united architects – essays table of content all sites Lawrence, D.H. British, – ce is and fiction book of the most important and prolific Modernist essayists. Lawrence wrote on an eclectic range of topics: aesthetics, botany, culture, education, literature, pornography, psychoanalysis, religion, sexuality, travel, and trousers.

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In this comprehensive study of D. Lawrence's major works, originally published in paperback inKeith Sagar traces the development of Lawrence's vision and the 'appropriate form' which that vision found at different periods of his life. Dr Sagar sees Lawrence's creative life as falling into four distinct phases: a period of gradual discovery and growth; a period of mature achievement.

Graham Holderness is Dean of Humanities, Languages and Education at the University of Hertfordshire. He is the author of many critical and educational books including: D H Lawrence: History, Ideology and Fiction (), Shakespeare's History (), Open Guide to Wuthering Heights (), OpenGuide to Women in Love (), Open Guide to Hamlet (), Penguin Critical Studies of Richard II.

Anne Fernihough’s D. Lawrence: Aesthetics and Ideology, is a dense, penetrating, and intriguingly innovative study of major thematic motifs [End Page ] and dialectical patterns in a relatively unexamined area of Lawrence’s accomplishment. She boldly argues that Lawrence’s well-advertised aversion to several “idealist” inclinations in art theory does not obviate the more.

Influential publications include: D.H. Lawrence: History, Ideology and Fiction (); The Shakespeare Myth (); Shakespeare: The Histories (); and the trilogy Cultural Shakespeare: Essays in the Shakespeare Myth (), Visual Shakespeare: Essays in Film and Television (), and Textual Shakespeare: Writing and the Word ().

Abstract. The full text of this book is not available in the UHR. Abstract. In Lawrence’s novel The Rainbow (), the Brangwens of the mid-nineteenth century experience industrial technology in the body: the winding engines of the pit become ‘a narcotic to the brain’, the whistle of the trains re-echoes ‘through the heart’.

The variations in Lawrence’s fictional treatment of the relationship between humans, technology and the natural world. Shelves: fiction, lit-fiction, male-author, owned,d-h-lawrence Believe it or not, with all the thousands of books that I have read in my life so far, I had never read a book by D.

Lawrence /5(62). The subtitle states this is "A Study of the Major Works," but one of the four chapters is devoted to the distinctly minor plays.

He claims that "no full-length study exists that traces the presence and development of class in Lawrence," though Graham Holderness' D. Lawrence: History, Ideology and Fiction ( literary criticism.

Bell, Millicent. Lawrence and the Flight from History." The Sewanee Review4 (Fall ) pp [free at jstor].

Burack, Charles M. "Revitalizing the reader: literary technique and the language of sacred experience in D. Lawrence's Lady Chatterley's Lover." St 1 (Spring ) [questia sub ser]. Delany, Paul. "'A Would-be-dirty Mind': D. Graham Holderness () D. Lawrence: History, Ideology and Fiction (Dublin: Gill and Macmillan) Graham Hough () The Dark Sun: A Study of D H Lawrence, Duckworth John Humma () Metaphor and Meaning in D.H.

Lawrence's Later Novels, University of Missouri Press.