The Rainbow | Critical Essay by Lawrence B. Gamache

This literature criticism consists of approximately 29 pages of analysis & critique of The Rainbow.
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Critical Essay by Lawrence B. Gamache

SOURCE: "The Making of an Ugly Technocrat: Character and Structure in Lawrence's The Rainbow," in Mosaic: A Journal for the Comparative Study of Literature and Ideas, Vol. XII, No. 1, Autumn, 1978, pp. 61-78.

In the following essay, Gamache argues that the younger Tom Brangwen personifies the negative and dehumanizing forces at work in modern society.

In his essay "Pan in America," D. H. Lawrence concluded with a call to his contemporaries to recover the vital sources of genuine human life:

Yet live we must. And once life has been conquered, it is pretty difficult to live. What are we going to do, with a conquered universe? The Pan relationship, which the world of man once had with all the world, was better than anything man has now. The savage, today, if you give him the chance, will become more...

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