Question: English & Literature

please help,,I need an explanation about "the decline of Mr.Morel" in the novel of sons and lovers. please i need it now

In English & Literature | Asked by Reemooo
Asked from the Sons and Lovers study pack

Paul Morel is the protagonist in the second part of the novel and goes through a steady decline. To say that he is a 'mamma's boy' is an understatement. In fact, it is his inability to separate himself from his mother that is an underlying factor in his decline. All of this relationships with women are based on an idealized version of his mother which none of them can measure up to. Paul is sensitive and artistic and when his mother dies, he almost does as well. He is so wrapped up in his own identity as based on his mother and her perspectives that when she is gone, he is lost. His struggle to 'find' himself and establish his own identity nearly undoes him. 

MHood2 | 1491 days ago

thanks a lot...but i meant about the father not Paul!
the decline about Walter Morel
please i need professor wants it from me
and i have only few houres left to school,,i got to go 

Reemooo | 1491 days ago