"Sons and Lovers" (New Casebooks)

"Sons and Lovers" (New Casebooks)

By: Rick Rylance (editor)Paperback

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A new collection of modern essays on Lawrence's first major novel representative of both new and classic critical approaches. The essays - by leading critics such as Terry Eagleton, Kate Millett, Frank Kermode, John Goode and Paul Delany - explore a variety of ways of examining the novel including the psychoanalytic, feminist, marxist and formalist. The introduction sets these in the context of traditional ways of exploring the novel.

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RICK RYLANCE is Professor of English Literature at Anglia Polytechnic University.


Introduction; R. Rylance - The Writing of Sons and Lovers; Frank Kermode - The Most Prevalent Form of Degradation in Erotic Life; Sigmund Freud - Psychoanalysis and Society in Sons and Lovers; Terry Eagleton - Portrait of Miriam: A Study in the Design of Sons and Lovers; Louis L. Martz - Sexual Politics in Sons and Lovers; Kate Millett - Narrative Evasion in Sons and Lovers: A Metaphysical Unsettling; Diane S. Bonds - Lawrence and Feminism in Sons and Lovers; Hilary Simpson - Individuality and Society in Sons and Lovers; John Goode - Individuality and Society in Sons and Lovers; Graham Holderness - Society and Ideology in Sons and Lovers; Scott Sanders - Englishness and Realism in Sons and Lovers; Tony Pinkney - Notes on Contributors - Further Reading - Index

Product Details

  • publication date: 03/07/1996
  • ISBN13: 9780333549063
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number Of Pages: 224
  • ID: 9780333549063
  • weight: 267
  • ISBN10: 0333549066

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