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D(avid) H(erbert Richards) Lawrence Biography

This Biography consists of approximately 39 pages of information about the life of D(avid) H(erbert Richards) Lawrence.
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Dictionary of Literary Biography on D(avid) H(erbert Richards) Lawrence

D. H. Lawrence was a brilliant and difficult man who often explored and exposed his complexities and contradictions in his published prose. Few modern writers of fiction have been as strikingly original or as controversial as Lawrence. Few have inspired such ardent admirers and such ardent foes. In 1930 E. M. Forster suggested that Lawrence "has two publics, neither of them quite satisfactory. There is the general public, who think of him as improper and scarcely read him at all, and there is a special public, who read him, but in too narrow and fanatical a way, and think of him as a sort of god, who has come to change human nature and society." Broadly and essentially this remains true today, for Lawrence still has his disciples and his detractors. In recent years the numbers of the latter appear to have grown; for many...

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