D.H. Lawrence's duality concept: its development in the novels of early and major phaseVerhoeven, W. M. 1987 Groningen: s.n.. 246 p.
Research output: Scientific › Doctoral Thesis
The most striking of Lawrence's worldview is undoubtedly his duality concept. Either explicitly or implicitly, much of his work appears to start form the premise that ''everything that exists, even a stone, has two sides to its nature"(1) The duality concept finds its fullest theoretical expression in the essays Lawrence wrote during the war, notably the "Study of Thomas Hardy", "Twilight in Italy" and "The crown". In the last essay Lawrence states that hte eternal opposition between the components of the dualism is "the whole raison d'etre" of excistence (2): ... Zie: Introduction
|Qualification||Doctor of Philosophy|
|Date of Award||3-Jan-0002|
|Place of Publication||Groningen|
- Lawrence, D.H., Proefschriften (vorm), Romans, Dualisme, Engels, 1900-1950, David Herbert Richards Lawrence (1885-1930)