Tag Archives: D.H. Lawrence

Books and Mythos

July 8, 2006 Books “The trouble with books is you don’t know what’s in them until its too late.” This quote is from Jeanette Winterson who was on Bill Moyer’s PBS series Faith and Reason. The same could be said … Continue reading

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Shaw: A Reassessment

Bernard Shaw: A Reassessment Colin Wilson, 1969 Shaw grew up with a mother who paid little attention to him. She had suffered abuse herself and thought it best to leave him alone. Shaw was naturally shy and introverted. He made … Continue reading

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Individuality and Wholeness in D.H. Lawrence’s Sons and Lovers

Individuality and Wholeness in Sons and Lovers Cari Gilkison, Fall 2000   The theme for the search for wholeness permeates the text of D.H. Lawrence’s novel Sons and Lovers.  Lawrence views the world as a set of dichotomies such as … Continue reading

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Metaphysical Elements In Poe

Metaphysical Elements in Edgar Allan Poe Cari Gilkison, Critical Writing Winter 1995    Edgar Allan Poe, though considered a classical writer, is often seen strictly as a writer of mystery, horror and Gothic.  However, his writing also shows a deeper, … Continue reading

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D.H. Lawrence and Virginia Woolf

The Dionysian and Apollonian Dichotomies of Relationships In D.H. Lawrence and Virginia Woolf   D.H Lawrence and Virginia Woolf are as different as night and day, as hot and cold, as thought and emotion as Apollonian and Dionysian or yin … Continue reading

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Passenger

April 27, 2004 Passenger     “Have you been the broken one, lying by the side of the road, waiting for a Good Samaritan, but no one has the time to ask, why are you bleeding?  And are you going far?” … Continue reading

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F-Bomb No Longer

F-Bomb No Longer ***This Blog is For Mature Readers Only.  Do NOT read if you are easily offended*** Once upon a time it used to be that uttering the F-word was quite taboo.  Nice girls refrained from using the word, … Continue reading

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