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Critical Essay by John Middleton Murry

SOURCE: "The Rainbow," in Son of Woman: The Story of D. H. Lawrence, Jonathan Cape & Harrison Smith, 1931, pp. 59-75.

In the following essay, Murry focuses on the theme of sexual conflict in The Rainbow.

In The Rainbow is [an]… intimate record of the experience confessed in Look! We Have Come Through! The correspondence is exact and unmistakable. The story of Anna Lensky and Will Brangwen is, in essentials, the story of [Lawrence's] poems; but the story is told more richly, and more fearfully. I know nothing more beautiful or more powerful in all Lawrence's writing than the opening of the long chapter ominously entitled "Anna Victrix." It describes their "honeymoon"; the rebirth of the shy and shamefaced man in a long world-forgetful ecstasy of passion with a carefree, beautiful, passionate...

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