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Goethe and Lawrence: Bildung and Wholeness.

Bell, Michael (1 déc. 2016)

Those concentration camp officers who are said to have appreciated Mozart and Beethoven are often invoked as a knock-down argument against claims for the humanising function of high culture: claims which, in their modern form, stem from the European Enlightenment as, for example, in Friedrich ...

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Redemptions of the Social Body. Kangaroo and The Plumed Serpent

Feyel, Juliette (31 déc. 2014)

In his essay Psychoanalysis and the Unconscious, published in 1923, Lawrence shows both an irritation toward his contemporaries’ fad for psychoanalysis and a strong desire to compete with Freud. His attacks against the father of psychoanalysis are primarily targeted at the fact that, in his view, ...

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D. H. Lawrence’s Apocalyptic Anger

Langell Miliaras, Barbara (15 avr. 2012)

Tom Stoppard’s Travesties deals with a moment of apocryphal history, when three historical figures – James Joyce, Tristan Zara and Vladimir Lenin – come together in the Zurich public library in the apocalyptic third year of World War I. A fourth but lesser known historical witness, one Henry ...

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Nettling Authority: Lawrence’s Reaction to Censorship in his Late Poetry

Jones, Bethan (1 juil. 2010)

Throughout his writing career, D.H. Lawrence was plagued by censorship. The suppression of his novel The Rainbow in November 1915 marked the beginning of a process that would culminate in the battle over Lady Chatterley’s Lover: a novel riven with controversy as a result of its sexually explicit ...

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“Le cœur a ses raisons….”: Lawrence, Logic and the Life of Feeling

Bell, Michael (15 juin 2011)

The “logic of the emotions” is one of those familiar expressions which constantly escape closer inspection. Yet its meaning to different speakers and listeners can be significantly varied. It may make a profoundly important, if problematic, claim about a positive relation between the realms of ...

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Lawrence, Blair Hughes-Stanton, and the Cresset Press Birds, Beasts and Flowers

Cushman, Keith (1 juil. 2010)

I. Introduction If D.H. Lawrence had lived a few more months, the Cresset Press Birds, Beasts and Flowers would have been the third fully illustrated book he had seen through the press. During his lifetime he published two books illustrated by artists. The World War I poetry sequence Bay, issued by ...

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The Death Instinct and the Recovery of Psychical Integrity in the Bestiary of Women in Love

La Cassagnère, Mathilde (31 déc. 2014)

D.H. Lawrence’s dislike of Freudianism is well known. In Psychoanalysis and the Unconscious [PU], the essay published in 1923, he compares the Freudian unconscious to a “cellar” in which the conscious mind dumps “his own bastard spawn” (PU 204), and draws a caricature of Freud coming ...

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The Illogical Logic of Emotion in Women in Love

Macadré, Brigitte (15 juin 2011)

Introduction Logic is the study of the principles of deductive reasoning and can be considered as a valid system, or mode of reasoning. Lawrence used the phrase “logic of emotions” before it became a buzz phrase for neurobiologists and other experts, and opposed it to the complementary “logic ...

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The Logic of Emotion

Bell, Michael et al. (15 juin 2011)

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Self and Sequence: Lawrence’s “The Schoolmaster”

Cushman, Keith (1 déc. 2016)

Lawrence’s early poetry sequence, “The Schoolmaster,” is situated at a crucial juncture of his life. He completed the sequence near the end of his three years as an assistant teacher at the Davidson Road School in Croydon. The serious case of pneumonia he succumbed to at the end of 1911 was ...

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