Additional Resources for Sons and Lovers by D. H. Lawrence

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Cowan, James C., D. H. Lawrence's American Journey: A Study in Literature and Myth, Press of Case Western Reserve University, 1970.

Using Lawrence's experience in America, Cowan produces a psychological profile of the writer. Cowan links Lawrence's deteriorating health with his increasingly dark literary vision.

Goodheart, Eugene, The Utopian Vision of D. H. Lawrence, Chicago University Press, 1963.

Goodheart describes Lawrence's social and spiritual development in the context of the times in which he lived. Goodheart's study is focused, engaging, and useful for students of Lawrence's writing and life.

Paglia, Camille, Sexual Personae, Yale University Press, 1990.

In this controversial study of sex and celebrity, Paglia explores the sexual impulses of Lawrence's characters, showing how they illuminate the myths surrounding Dionysus, the Greek god of wine and orgies.

Salgado, Gamini, ed., D. H. Lawrence: "Sons and Lovers": A Casebook, Macmillan Press, 1969.

This casebook on Lawrence's novel contains early reviews, critical essays...

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