Sexually Balanced Relationships in the Novels of D.H. Lawrence (American University Studies)

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In this intense analysis of the thematic interplay between Lawrence's critical prose and major fiction, Leo J. Dorbad argues persuasively that artistic expression in both genres provided the necessary groundwork for the novelist's subsequent efforts to consolidate his complex views on disharmony between the sexes. Covering the major fiction from Sons and Lovers (1913) to Lady Chatterley's Lover (1928), the study demonstrates how Lawrence's answer to such strife, the need for intuitive sympathy between sexual partners, finds full-fledged implementation in his innovative approach to characterization.

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The Author: Leo J. Dorbad specializes in twentieth-century British literature and is Assistant Professor of English at Tarkio College, in Tarkio, Missouri. He received his Ph.D. from Lehigh University, his M.A. from the University of Mississippi, and his B.A. from Kean College of New Jersey.

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«Dorbad offers compelling evidence that the long-held notion of Lawrence as a sexist ought to be scrapped in favor of a Lawrence sensitive to the needs of women and men as manifested in their sexuality and their attempts to shield themselves from destructive forces. This new view, which gives special consideration to the major fiction and to the 'Phoenix' essays, with sidelights illuminating other works, should make any Lawrence enthusiast rethink the implications of gender that are probed by means of the characterizations in the fiction. A must for anyone seriously concerned with Lawrence's writings.» (Benjamin F. Fisher IV, The University of Mississippi, Editor, UMSE)
«All readers of 'Sons and Lovers', 'Women in Love' and 'The Rainbow' are aware of the importance of gender relationships to the understanding of D.H. Lawrence's career. Bringing a Lawrentian passion to his engagement with these issues, Professor Dorbad's book provides a fresh perspective that will certainly be of interest to scholars interested either in Lawrence or in the centrality of gender to twentieth-century literature.» (Craig Werner, University of Wisconsin-Madison)

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