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Debatable English novelist, infamous for the explicitness of his writings. Writings comprise: Sons and fanatics, woman Chatterley's Lover, girls in Love. quantity covers the interval 1909-1931 (grouped through novels/poems).
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Lawrence’, reprinted in For Continuity 1933). Lawrence, Novelist (1955), in which Leavis gave his highest praise, not as in 1930 to The Lost Girl and Lady Chatterley’s Lover, but to The Rainbow and Women in Love. Nevertheless, what Leavis referred to in 1955 as ‘the insight, the wisdom, the revived and 25 INTRODUCTION re-educated feeling for health, that Lawrence brings’ he felt also in 1930, and helped to keep alive in the pages of Scrutiny, always insisting, however, that ‘Lawrence’s commentary on experience, his doctrine, must be approached by way of the concrete, the successful art’ (Scrutiny, May 1932, 26–7).
They had all been to some ‘college’. Passingly one wonders what their social status was meant to be. They move easily between public-houses and dinner parties, and among their habits is a trick of messing and caressing and stroking each other’s hair or arms. 40 UNSIGNED REVIEW IN Daily News This is a tale of country life. Immense pains, great cleverness, and a stout resolve to say nothing as an ordinary man would say it, have gone to make it. Lawrence is fond of that word. On page 18 a cat is caught in a trap by both fore-feet.
Most of the critics, however, were hostile, as Lawrence seems to have expected them to be. In his Foreword to the novel (intended for the first edition, but not actually printed till 1936) he had already replied in advance to attacks on his eroticism, subjectivity and repetitive style (Ph II 275–6). Charles Pilley, assistant editor of John Bull, was the most extreme; he called the book ‘dirt’ and hinted at homosexual horrors 14 INTRODUCTION (17 September 1921, reprinted Nehls, ii, 89– 91). In a different vein was the bantering review of the Saturday Westminster Gazette (No.
D.H. Lawrence (Critical Heritage) by Prof R P Draper, R. P. Draper