D. H. Lawrence | Critical Essay by Sheila Contreras

This literature criticism consists of approximately 20 pages of analysis & critique of D. H. Lawrence.
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Critical Essay by Sheila Contreras

SOURCE: Contreras. Sheila. “‘These Were Just Natives to Her’: Chilchui Indians and ‘The Woman Who Rode Away’.” D. H. Lawrence Review 25, nos. 1-3 (1993-1994): 91-103.

In the following essay, Contreras assesses the significance of indigenous culture within the broader tradition of modern primitivism in “The Woman Who Rode Away.”

D. H. Lawrence's travels to Mexico between 1923 and 1925 occurred during a period of intense U.S. and British interest in the social and political events of that country. “The Woman Who Rode Away” is a tale that combines many of Lawrence's observations of “a frightening country, the silent, fatal-seeming mountain slopes, the occasional distant, suspicious, elusive natives among the trees …” (“TWWRA” [“The Woman Who...

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