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... a law they believe in . ... The evil principle deprecated in that religion , is the
orderly sequence by which the seed brings forth a crop after its kind . ' George
Eliot believed , almost like a fanatic of determinism , in the orderly sequence by
Disraeli , Mrs Gaskell , Dickens , were southerners for whom the industrial north
was essentially alien ; the revolution that had made it was new and frightening ,
an affront and a threat , and its towns were at once centres of a new kind of power
Symbolism of this kind cannot be paraphrased ; it can only be experienced . It is
probably the rarest kind of artistic creation , and it is everywhere in Lawrence .
Lawrence's use of the symbol explains also his failures , as for instance The ...
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The Eighteenth Century
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