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The situation — the destruction of the instinctive man by the spiritual woman — is
fundamental to Lawrence, and Annable's peeress-wife becomes Miriam in Sons
and Lovers, Hermione Roddice in Women in Love and Aaron's wife in Aaron s ...
This accounts for so much of the difficulty experienced when first reading
Lawrence. His convention must be accepted, as the conventions of any artist
must be, if he is to be read with pleasure and profit. It accounts, too, for
mannerisms of style ...
An example of Lawrence's use of the symbol is the scene in the find chapter of
The Rainbow, in which Ursula encounters the horses on the common. Have the
horses an objective existence? Are they a projection of her unconscious ?
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The Eighteenth Century
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