"The Passionate Struggle into Conscious Being": the Pollyanalytic Content of D. H. Lawrence's Novels

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D. H. Lawrence left one of the most diverse collections of literary works ever contributed to the literature of the English language; the Lawrence canon contains a body of material which includes novels, short fiction, poetry, drama, literary criticism, travel essays, and philosophical writings. Since Lawrence is generally considered a novelist, the problem arises concerning the relationship between his novels and his other writings. In this case the concentration will be upon Lawrence's philosophical writings or what Lawrence called his pseudo-philosophy--his "pollyanalytics."

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Cox, James T. December 1970.

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D. H. Lawrence left one of the most diverse collections of literary works ever contributed to the literature of the English language; the Lawrence canon contains a body of material which includes novels, short fiction, poetry, drama, literary criticism, travel essays, and philosophical writings. Since Lawrence is generally considered a novelist, the problem arises concerning the relationship between his novels and his other writings. In this case the concentration will be upon Lawrence's philosophical writings or what Lawrence called his pseudo-philosophy--his "pollyanalytics."

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Cox, James T. "The Passionate Struggle into Conscious Being": the Pollyanalytic Content of D. H. Lawrence's Novels, thesis, December 1970; Denton, Texas. (https://digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc131321/: accessed May 26, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, https://digital.library.unt.edu; .