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Critical Essay by Jules Zanger

SOURCE: Zanger, Jules. “D. H. Lawrence's Three Strange Angels.” Papers on English Language & Literature 1, no. 2 (spring 1965): 184-87.

In the following essay, Zanger focuses attention on a cycle of three poems found in Look! We Have Come Through!, Lawrence's third volume of poetry.

It seems to me that no poetry, not even the best, should be judged as if it existed in the absolute, in the vacuum of the absolute. Even the best poetry, when it is at all personal, needs the penumbra of its own time and place and circumstance to make it full and whole. … So, one would like to ask the reader of Look! We Have Come Through! to fill in the background of the poems, as far as possible, with the place, the time, the circumstance.1

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