The Monomythic Pattern in Three Novels by D. H. Lawrence

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Sons and Lovers, The Rainbow, and Women in Love present sequentially in fictional version Lawrence's own personal journey into self-discovery in the form of a creation myth of sensual love which repeats the archetypal patterns of some of the great mythologies. It is the purpose of the following pages to show how these three novels reveal the major archetypal patterns of mythology as suggested by Joseph Campbell in his study, The Hero with A Thousand Faces.

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Hoffmann, Dorothy A. August 1968.

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Sons and Lovers, The Rainbow, and Women in Love present sequentially in fictional version Lawrence's own personal journey into self-discovery in the form of a creation myth of sensual love which repeats the archetypal patterns of some of the great mythologies. It is the purpose of the following pages to show how these three novels reveal the major archetypal patterns of mythology as suggested by Joseph Campbell in his study, The Hero with A Thousand Faces.

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iii, 87 leaves

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Hoffmann, Dorothy A. The Monomythic Pattern in Three Novels by D. H. Lawrence, thesis, August 1968; Denton, Texas. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc131004/: accessed October 20, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .