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The Rocking Horse Winner

Summary: The Rocking Horse Winner, by D. H. Lawrence, captivates its readers through its intense imagery of sound and sight. Through this imagery Lawrence portrays the mood of the characters, the predicaments, the emphasis of a situation's intensity, and entwines the theme of the story with the plot.
The Rocking Horse Winner, by D. H. Lawrence, is a captivating story of death, devotion, love, luck, wealth, and family. The imagery of sight and sound that Lawrence uses throughout The Rocking Horse Winner is a key factor of the story's captivating ability to its readers. As a result of the visual imagery Lawrence brings the characters expressions, actions, and state of mind alive to the readers. Lawrence ironically emphasizes imagery of sight and sound, as it ties intricately with the plot of The Rocking Horse Winner.

The Rocking Horse Winner is a fictitious tale of a young boy named Paul who considered himself "lucky." His mother considers herself unlucky, constantly struggling for money, and lacking of the ability to love her children. She tells Paul that luck is "what causes you to have money. If you're lucky you have money. That's why its better to...

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