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The Man-Machine and Living-Death: A Poetic Critique of D.H. Lawrence

By: Robert Yee

Throughout his literary career, David Herbert (D.H.) Lawrence wrote plays, novels, letters, and poems that elaborated upon his personal beliefs about society and opinions concerning his outlook on life. 3,517 more words



Slowly the moon is rising out of the ruddy haze,
Divesting herself of her golden shift, and so
Emerging white and exquisite; and I in amaze… 38 more words


Christmas in Taos-Part I

Over our winter break we decided to take a little vacation for ourselves before visiting our families. The first semester was a bit rough (on me particularly), and I really needed some good R&R. 963 more words


Play: Husbands and Sons by DH Lawrence, adapted by Ben Power

Venue: Dorman Theatre, The National, Southbank
Cost: £15 per ticket Date: 16th January 2016 (until 10th February 2016)

One of the reasons I love the National is that if you get in early enough you can see some amazing actors, in amazing plays, from an amazing vantage point. 649 more words

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Husbands and Sons (National Theatre)

Following last year’s curiosity when ‘A Month in the Country’ was rewritten as ‘Three Days in the Country’, the National Theatre has now turned to DH Lawrence, and in Ben Power’s adaptation, has joined together three of his plays into one interconnected whole, lasting three hours. 350 more words


Joyce Carol Oates on D.H. Lawrence

“If Lawrence hadn’t written those novels he would have been far more readily acclaimed as one of the greatest poets in the language.”

—Joyce Carol Oates,  686 more words

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The Hostile Sun: The Poetry of D.H. Lawrence

By Joyce Carol Oates

A two-part essay, originally published in: American Poetry Review, November-December 1972 and The Massachusetts Review, Winter 1973; published in a limited edition by Black Sparrow Press, and reprinted in  11,974 more words

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