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Love and Death In Some Short Stories of D. H. Lawrence
|Title:||Love and Death In Some Short Stories of D. H. Lawrence|
|Issue Date:||20 Nov 2015|
|Publisher:||University of Hawaii at Manoa|
|Abstract:||The themes of love and death in D. H. Lawrence embody manʻs desire for rootedness, but always travel the end into regions where alienation is most intensely felt. The mind, body, and spirit bleed in their openness for communion.|
Lawrence continually tries to bring men and women together in his writing. To accomplish this he probes the core of their relationships and takes them apart. Then, he rearranges them into another form thinking perhaps this particular relationship might work better. But, in all of Lawrenceʻs short stories, love and death open into each others' arms, wavering between mergence and withdrawl.
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