Originally published in 1965 by Faber and Faber, "The Forked Flame" has gained a reputation for being perhaps the best study of D.H. Lawrence's major works. H.M. Daleski, Professor of English at The Hebrew University, examines six novels - "Sons and Lovers", "The Rainbow", "Women in Love", "Aaron's Rod", "The Plumed Serpent", and "Lady Chatterley's Lover" - in a way that makes the book accessible to all students of Lawrence. A new preface brings readers up to to date on the development of Daleski's own thinking in the years since the book was first published.
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