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Jeffrey Meyers, the author of highly acclaimed biographies of Hemingway and George Orwell, offers this masterly work on British novelist D. H. Lawrence (1885-1930). Meyers' fresh insights into Lawrence's life illuminate Lawrence's working-class childhood, his tempestuous marriage, and his death in France after the scandalous publication of Lady Chatterley's Lover, revealing Lawrence's complex method of intermingling autobiography and fiction. Through intensive research and access to unpublished essays and letters of Lawrence and his circle, Meyers describes the circumstances of his mother's death, the reason for the suppression of The Rainbow, and the author's protean (and extreme) sexuality that mirrored that of his fiction.
D. H. Lawrence: Self and Sexuality is a psychoanalytic study of D. H. Lawrence's life and writings. James Cowan relies most notably on the methods of Heinz Kohut, psychoanalytic "self psychology," and employs as well the object relation theories of D. W. Winnicott and others. This work also examines sexual issues in Lawrence's work from a literary and critical perspective, employing authoritative medical and psychoanalytic sources in human sexuality. Lawrence's work, which was early read in traditional Freudian terms, has only recently been considered from other psychoanalytic perspectives. In this self-psychological study, Cowan provides a new and path-breaking analysis of Lawrence. Turning to several problematic issues of sexuality in Lawrence, the author first discusses a number of Lawrence's sexual fallacies and personal and cultural issues. Cowan also considers contrasting idealized and negative presentations of Mellors and Sir Clifford Chatterley in Lady Chatterley's Lover, and the theme of the "loss of desire" sequence of poems in Pansies. Book jacket.
A personal look at a controversial literary figure examines his views on women, marriage, and sexuality, challenging current beliefs about his racism, adultery, repressed homosexuality, and his odd but enduring marriage to Frieda
This volume collects together the introductions and reviews which D. H. Lawrence wrote between 1911 and 1930.
FINALIST FOR THE NATIONAL BOOK CRITICS CIRCLE AWARD "In the spirit of Julian Barnes's Flaubert's Parrot and Alain de Botton's How Proust Can Change Your Life, Mr. Dyer's Out of Sheer Rage keeps circling its subject in widening loops and then darting at it when you least expect it . . . a wild book."--Christopher Lehmann-Haupt, The New York Times Geoff Dyer was a talented young writer, full of energy and reverence for the craft, and determined to write a study of D. H. Lawrence. But he was also thinking about a novel, and about leaving Paris, and maybe moving in with his girlfriend in Rome, or perhaps traveling around for a while. Out of Sheer Rage is Dyer's account of his struggle to write the Lawrence book--a portrait of a man tormented, exhilarated, and exhausted. Dyer travels all over the world, grappling not only with his fascinating subject but with all the glorious distractions and needling anxieties that define the life of a writer.

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