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D.H. Lawrence's response to Plato : a Bloomian interpretation

Auteur : Barry J Scherr
Éditeur : New York : P. Lang, 1996.
Collection : American university studies., Series IV,, English language and literature ;, v. 179.
Édition/format :   Livre : AnglaisVoir toutes les éditions et les formats
Base de données :WorldCat
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D. H. Lawrence's Response to Plato: A Bloomian Interpretation is a complex, unique, intellectually stimulating application of Harold Bloom's "anxiety of influence" theories to the art and thought of D. H. Lawrence. In this brilliant pioneering study Barry J. Scherr demonstrates Lawrence's great strength as a cultural figure ranking even with the classical Plato. Furthermore, Dr. Scherr's quintessentially original  Lire la suite...
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Scherr, Barry J. (Barry Jeffrey), 1951-
D.H. Lawrence's response to Plato.
New York : P. Lang, 1996
(OCoLC)606022696
Online version:
Scherr, Barry J. (Barry Jeffrey), 1951-
D.H. Lawrence's response to Plato.
New York : P. Lang, 1996
(OCoLC)607467341
Personne nommée : D H Lawrence; Plato; Harold Bloom; David Herbert Lawrence; Platon; Harold Bloom; David H Lawrence; Plato; Harold Bloom; Harold Bloom; D H Lawrence; Plato.
Format : Livre
Tous les auteurs / collaborateurs : Barry J Scherr
ISBN : 0820426040 9780820426044 0820426059 9780820426051
Numéro OCLC : 30734807
Description : 191 p. ; 24 cm.
Contenu : The strength of Lawrence --
Lawrence's quarrel with Plato (1915): its origin and the "Anxiety of influence" --
The strength of "blood-conciousness": Lawrence versus Plato and Russell --
Lawrence's "dark flood" in Women in love --
Lawrentian Daemonization and Askesis: Lady Chatterley's lover --
The triumph of Lawrence.
Titre de collection : American university studies., Series IV,, English language and literature ;, v. 179.
Responsabilité : Barry J. Scherr.

Résumé :

D. H. Lawrence's Response to Plato: A Bloomian Interpretation is a complex, unique, intellectually stimulating application of Harold Bloom's "anxiety of influence" theories to the art and thought of D. H. Lawrence. In this brilliant pioneering study Barry J. Scherr demonstrates Lawrence's great strength as a cultural figure ranking even with the classical Plato. Furthermore, Dr. Scherr's quintessentially original readings of Women in Love and Lady Chatterley's Lover provide remarkable insights and compelling analysis concerning these two Lawrence classics. Not only does this creative study present a radically new reading of Lawrence, but it also makes Bloom's theory come alive for us.

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