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Baron, Helen, "Disseminated Consciousness in Sons and Lovers," in Essays in Criticism, Vol. 48, No. 4, October 1998, pp. 357-78.

Finney, Brian, D. H. Lawrence: "Sons and Lovers," Penguin, 1990, p. 14.

Gregory, Alyse, "Artist Turned Prophet," in the Dial, Vol. LXXVI, No. 1, January 1924, pp. 66-72.

Ingersoll, Earl G., "Gender and Language in Sons and Lovers," in the Midwest Quarterly, Vol. 37, No. 4, Summer 1996, pp. 434-48.

Kuttner, Alfred Booth, "Sons and Lovers: A Freudian Appreciation," in the Psychoanalytic Review, Vol. III, No. 3, July 1916, pp. 295-317.

Lawrence, D. H., Sons and Lovers, New American Library, 1960, pp. 14, 61, 92.

"Mother Love," in the New York Times Book Review, September 21, 1913, p. 479.

Review of Sons and Lovers," in the Saturday Review, Vol. 115, No. 3008, June 21, 1913, pp. 780-81.

Widmer, Kingsley, "D. H. Lawrence," in Dictionary of Literary Biography, Vol. 36, British Novelists, 1890-1929: Modernists, edited by Thomas F. Staley, Gale Research, 1985, pp. 115-49.

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