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D H Lawrence S Bestiary

Author : Kenneth Inniss
ISBN : 9783110890730
Genre : Literary Criticism
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D H Lawrences S Bestiary

Author : Kenneth Inniss
ISBN : OCLC:715289774
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An Echo In The Mountains

Author : Nicholas Bradley
ISBN : 9780228004295
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From the 1960s until his death in 2000, Al Purdy was one of the most prominent writers in Canada, famous for his frank language and his boisterous personality. He travelled the country and wrote about its people and places from Newfoundland to Vancouver Island. A central figure in the CanLit explosion of the sixties and seventies, Purdy has been called the best, the most, and the last Canadian poet. But Purdy's Canada no longer exists. A changing country and shifting attitudes toward Canadian literature demand new perspectives on Purdy's impact and accomplishments. An Echo in the Mountains reassesses Purdy's works, the shape of his career, and his literary legacy, grappling with the question of how to read Purdy today, a century after his birth and in a new era of Canadian literature. Contributors to the volume examine Purdy's critical reception, explore little-known documents and textual problems, and analyze his representations of Canadian history and Indigenous peoples and cultures. They show that much remains to be discovered and understood about the poet and his immense body of work. The first sustained examination of Al Purdy's works in over a decade, An Echo in the Mountains showcases the critical challenges and rewards of rereading an iconic and influential Canadian writer.

European University Papers Series 18 Comparative Literature

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ISBN : UOM:39015024872627
Genre : Comparative literature
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The Letters Of D H Lawrence

Author : D. H. Lawrence
ISBN : 0521006929
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Volume II presents more than 700 letters, covering the period June 1913 to October 1916.

Stalking The Subject

Author : Carrie Rohman
ISBN : 0231145071
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Human and animal subjectivity converge in a historically unprecedented way within modernism, as evolutionary theory, imperialism, antirationalism, and psychoanalysis all grapple with the place of the human in relation to the animal. Drawing on the thought of Jacques Derrida and Georges Bataille, Carrie Rohman outlines the complex philosophical and ethical stakes involved in theorizing the animal in humanism, including the difficulty in determining an ontological place for the animal, the question of animal consciousness and language, and the paradoxical status of the human as both a primate body and a "human" mind abstracting itself from the physical and material world. Rohman then turns to the work of Joseph Conrad, D. H. Lawrence, H. G. Wells, and Djuna Barnes, authors who were deeply invested in the relationship between animality and identity. The Island of Dr. Moreau embodies a Darwinian nightmare of the evolutionary continuum; The Croquet Player thematizes the dialectic between evolutionary theory and psychoanalysis; and Women in Love, St. Mawr, and Nightwood all refuse to project animality onto others, inverting the traditional humanist position by valuing animal consciousness. A novel treatment of the animal in literature, Stalking the Subject provides vital perspective on modernism's most compelling intellectual and philosophical issues.

Dissertations In English And American Literature

Author : Laurence F. McNamee
ISBN : UCSC:32106020262173
Genre : Dissertations, Academic
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Englische Und Amerikanische Naturdichtung Im 20 Jahrhundert

Author : G√ľnter Ahrends
ISBN : 3878082061
Genre : American poetry
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Sharing The Past

Author : J.A. Weingarten
ISBN : 9781487501044
Genre : Art
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Sharing the Past examines the ways in which Canadian poets collaboratively nurtured the rise of social history as a discipline of historical study.

Seria Filologia Angielska

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ISBN : UCAL:B3492695
Genre : English philology
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Iasl

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ISBN : UVA:X001178990
Genre : German literature
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Thinking Animals

Author : Paul Shepard
ISBN : 9780820342344
Genre : Nature
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In a world increasingly dominated by human beings, the survival of other species becomes more and more questionable. In this brilliant book, Paul Shepard offers a provocative alternative to an "us or them" mentality, proposing that other species are integral to humanity's evolution and exist at the core of our imagination. This trait, he argues, compels us to think of animals in order to be human. Without other living species by which to measure ourselves, Shepard warns, we would be less mature, care less for and be more careless of all life, including our own kind.

A Study Of The Poems Of D H Lawrence

Author : M. Lockwood
ISBN : 9781349189489
Genre : Literary Criticism
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D H Lawrence

Author : Jane Foster
ISBN : STANFORD:36105131720943
Genre : Literary Criticism
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D.H. LAWRENCE: SYMBOLIC LANDSCAPES This book analyzes the rich discourses of mythology, symbolism, form, eroticism and landscape in D.H.Lawrence's fiction. Jane Foster traces Lawrence's symbols (tigers, suns, fish, peacocks) in many of the short stories, as well as the major novels. 'Spirit of place' was always important for Lawrence, and Foster's study investigates how Lawrence's concept of place informed his fiction, poetry and travel books. EXTRACT Lawrence uses many traditional poetic symbols - flowers, fire, the Moon - but there are some symbols that he has made very much his own: blood, rivers, the phallus, rainbow and the Lawrencean bestiary: horse, phoenix, peacock, dragon, snake, lion, tiger, rabbit and fish. The Lawrencean animals are the most alive of living symbols. There are many symbolic beasts in the poems too: fish, tortoises, snakes, eagles, elephants, mosquitoes, goats, etc. ----- D.H. Lawrence probably uses more flowers in his art than any other comparable writer. The poems are full of flowers - irises, violets, roses, campions - all kinds of flowers, hundreds of flowers, blossoms and plants. He fills his books with flowers rather like the Early Netherlandish painters filled their paintings of the Madonna with heaps of flowers. Lawrence uses flower symbolism to underpin the action and the emotional states of his characters. Ursula, for instance, delights, as Connie Chatterley does, in flowers. They remind her of the beauty of the world when the pain of love becomes too much. In Women in Love, Ursula is transported, to use the old term, by some daisies floating in water: She went along the bank towards the sluice. The daisies were scattered broadcast on the pond, tiny radiant things, like an exaltation, points of exaltation here and there. Why did they move so strongly and mystically? "Look," he said, "your boat of purple paper is escorting them, and they are a convoy of rafts. Some of the daisies came slowly towards her, hesitating, making a shy, bright little cotillion on the dark clear water. Their gay, bright candour moved her so much as they came near, that she was almost in tears. "Why are they so lovely?" she cried. "Why do I think them so lovely?" With illustrations, bibliography and notes.

D H Lawrence S Women In Love

Author : Harold Bloom
ISBN : UOM:39076001031124
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Selections of literary criticism on Lawrence's novel "Women in Love."

The D H Lawrence Review

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ISBN : UOM:39015032034921
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Can Poetry Save The Earth?

Author : John Felstiner
ISBN : 9780300155532
Genre : Literary Criticism
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In forty brief and lucid chapters, Felstiner presents those voices that have most strongly spoken to and for the natural world. Poets- from the Romantics through Whitman and Dickinson to Elizabeth Bishop and Gary Snyder- have helped us envision such details as ocean winds eroding and rebuilding dunes in the same breath, wild deer freezing in our presence, and a person carving initials on a still-living stranded whale.

Paunch

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105026227830
Genre : College student newspapers and periodicals
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Comprehensive Dissertation Index 1861 1972 Language And Literature

Author : Xerox University Microfilms
ISBN : STANFORD:36105119278401
Genre : Dissertations, Academic
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International Books In Print

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