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The Resource D.H. Lawrence : The rainbow, by Frank Glover Smith

D.H. Lawrence : The rainbow, by Frank Glover Smith

Label
D.H. Lawrence : The rainbow
Title
D.H. Lawrence
Title remainder
The rainbow
Statement of responsibility
by Frank Glover Smith
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
823/.9/12
Index
index present
LC call number
PR6023.A93
LC item number
R337
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Series statement
Studies in English literature
Series volume
46
Label
D.H. Lawrence : The rainbow, by Frank Glover Smith
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. [63]
Contents
The object of this series is to provide studies of individual novels, plays and groups of poems and essays which are known to be widely read. The emphasis is on clarification and evaluation, biographical and historical facts. The Rainbow traces the dynamics of a family through four generations. This study sees that trajectory as a forward, upward motion, a rejection of all, within or without, that has the tang of decay or death. Frank Glover Smith's examination of the structure of the novel and the relationships between the protagonists draws on the illuminating connections between Lawrence's theoretical writings and his fiction. In 'A propos of Lady Chatterley's Lover', Lawrence speaks of 'the religious and ritualistic rhythm of the year, in human life', a rhythm which nourishes faith and hope, which expresses and serves an 'eternal human need of living in ritual adjustment to the cosmos in its revolutions'. The present study shows this major Lawrentian concept to be brilliantly and richly dramatized in The Rainbow. Marsh farm. Will and Anna. Ursula
Dimensions
20 cm.
Extent
64 p.
Isbn
9780713155914
Lccn
72179384
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: Patterned white and green dust jacket. Green paper over boards, stamped in silver. Purchase, Stevens & brown, Ltd., 1971.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)00405315
  • ucoclc405315
Label
D.H. Lawrence : The rainbow, by Frank Glover Smith
Publication
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. [63]
Contents
The object of this series is to provide studies of individual novels, plays and groups of poems and essays which are known to be widely read. The emphasis is on clarification and evaluation, biographical and historical facts. The Rainbow traces the dynamics of a family through four generations. This study sees that trajectory as a forward, upward motion, a rejection of all, within or without, that has the tang of decay or death. Frank Glover Smith's examination of the structure of the novel and the relationships between the protagonists draws on the illuminating connections between Lawrence's theoretical writings and his fiction. In 'A propos of Lady Chatterley's Lover', Lawrence speaks of 'the religious and ritualistic rhythm of the year, in human life', a rhythm which nourishes faith and hope, which expresses and serves an 'eternal human need of living in ritual adjustment to the cosmos in its revolutions'. The present study shows this major Lawrentian concept to be brilliantly and richly dramatized in The Rainbow. Marsh farm. Will and Anna. Ursula
Dimensions
20 cm.
Extent
64 p.
Isbn
9780713155914
Lccn
72179384
Note
Spec. Coll. copy: Patterned white and green dust jacket. Green paper over boards, stamped in silver. Purchase, Stevens & brown, Ltd., 1971.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)00405315
  • ucoclc405315

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