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by Elaine Feinstein,D H] [Lawrence
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World Literature
  • Author:
    Elaine Feinstein,D H] [Lawrence
  • ISBN:
    0006379516
  • ISBN13:
    978-0006379515
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  • Publisher:
    FLAMINGO; New Ed edition (1994)
  • Pages:
    280 pages
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    World Literature
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H. Lawrence is recognized as one of the greatest novelists of this century

H. Lawrence is recognized as one of the greatest novelists of this century. His work is taught in schools and universities all over the world. Yet, more than thirty years after the failure to ban Lady Chatterley's Lover in England fundamentally changed the moral climate of that country and of America, Lawrence remains a controversial figure. Regarded by many women during his lifetime as a sexual prophet, in recent years his supposed misogyny has drawn fierce condemnation from feminist critics. In this new biography of Lawrence, Elaine Feinstein explores his relationships with the women in his own.

David Herbert Lawrence (11 September 1885 – 2 March 1930) was an English writer and poet. Some of the issues Lawrence explores are sexuality, emotional health, vitality, spontaneity, and instinct

Lawrence and the Women book. A unique exploration of acclaimed writer . Lawrence's intimate relationships with women and men and how those relationships affected his work and his provocative theories of love.

Lawrence and the Women book.  .

Exploring the intimate relationships of D. H. Lawrence, this unique study traces the evolution of the writer's provocative theories of love and se. Explores the intimate relationships of . Lawrence, this unique study traces the evolution of the writer's provocative theories of love and sex. National.

Elaine Feinstein, a multifaceted British poet, novelist and biographer who found inspiration in her Jewish heritage . In 1993 she went somewhat against feminist criticism with Lawrence and the Women: The Intimate Life of . Lawrence, examining his often tumultuous personal relationships.

Elaine Feinstein, a multifaceted British poet, novelist and biographer who found inspiration in her Jewish heritage and the work of female Russian poets, died on Sept. She was 88. Her son Adam said the cause was cancer. Most of Lawrence’s biographers have been men, she wrote, and the most brilliant of the feminist attacks (such as Kate Millett’s) have been more concerned with establishing Lawrence’s viciousness than understanding the man himself.

Feinstein's book easily finds a place for itself, offering a depth of treatment surpassing that in the strong recent biographies by Jeffrey Meyers ( .

com: Lawrence and the Women: The Intimate Life of . Feinstein's book easily finds a place for itself, offering a depth of treatment surpassing that in the strong recent biographies by Jeffrey Meyers ( . Lawrence: A Biography, LJ 5/15/90) and John Worthen ( . Lawrence: The Early Years, 1885-1912, LJ 7/91) and in the spate of lit crit essays about women in Lawrence's work.

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Lawrence's women : the intimate life of . Elaine Feinstein's voice is clear, passionate and subtle. She writes about love, loss, jealousy and the pressures of living as mother and wife, drawing coherent shapes out of her own inne. More). Lawrence is among the greatest English novelists of this century. Even now, his work has lost none of its power to shock, and more than 30 years after his death the "Lady Chatterley's Lover.

Lawrence’s Women: D H Lawrence. The real merit of this excellent book is its acutely sensitive response t. The idea on which Elaine Feinstein’s exciting new sexual biography is based is so good that one wonders why no one has thought of it before. Times higher education supplement. Stimulatin. ivi. he real merit of this excellent book is its acutely sensitive response to Lawrence’s autobiographical poetry, and its calm fair-mindedness. MIRANDA SEYMOUR, ‘Sunday Telegraph’.

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