A "Strange Sapience": The Creative Imagination of D.H. Lawrence

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Acknowledgment is herewith made for permission to reprint material from the writings of D. H. Lawrence under copyright.

Viking Penguin, Inc.: Aaron's Rod © 1922 by Thomas Seltzer, Inc., renewed 1950 by Frieda Lawrence; Apocalypse © 1931 by the Estate of D. H. Lawrence; Etruscan Places ( Viking Press, Inc., 1932); Four Short Novels ( Viking Press, Inc., 1965); Phoenix: The Posthumous Papers of D. H. Lawrence, ed. Edward McDonald, © 1936 by Frieda Lawrence, renewed 1964 by the Estate of Frieda Lawrence Ravagli; Phoenix II © 1959, 1963, 1968 by the Estate of Frieda Lawrence Ravagli; Fantasia of the Unconscious © 1922 by Thomas Seltzer, Inc., renewed 1949 by Frieda Lawrence; Sons and Lovers © 1913 by Thomas Seltzer, Inc.; The Collected Letters of D. H. Lawrence, ed. Harry T. Moore, © 1962 by Angelo Ravagli and C. M. Weekley, executors of the Estate of Frieda Lawrence Ravagli; The Complete Poems of D. H. Lawrence, ed. Vivian de Sola Pinto and F. Warren Roberts, © 1964 by Angelo Ravagli and C. M. Weekley, executors of the Estate of Frieda Lawrence Ravagli; The Complete Short Stories of D. H. Lawrence, vol. 3, © 1933 by the Estate of D. H. Lawrence, renewed 1960 by Angelo Ravagli and C. M. Weekley, executors of the Estate of Frieda Lawrence Ravagli; The Rainbow © 1915 by D. H. Lawrence, renewed 1943 by Frieda Lawrence Ravagli; Women in Love © 1920, 1921 by D. H. Lawrence, renewed 1947, 1949 by Frieda Lawrence Ravagli; Kangaroo © 1923 by Thomas Seltzer, Inc., renewed 1950 by Frieda Lawrence.

Vintage Books, Alfred A. Knopf, Inc.: The Plumed Serpent © 1926, 1951 by Alfred A. Knopf Inc.; St. Mawr and The Man Who Died © 1925, 1928 by Alfred A. Knopf, Inc., renewed 1953 by Frieda Lawrence Ravagli; Mornings in Mexico. Grove Press, Inc.: Lady Chatterley's Lover( 1957)

Copyright © 1984. by The University of Massachusetts Press All rights reserved Printed in the United States of America LC 84-2681 ISBN 0-87023-455-2 Library of Congress Cataloging in Publication Data appear on the last printed page of this book.

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Key to Titles ix
  • Introduction 1
  • 1 - Fantasy 14
  • 2 - Reality 39
  • 3 - Symbol 48
  • 4 - Body 76
  • 5 - Play 111
  • 6 - Origins 127
  • 7 - Projection 148
  • 8 - Sun 166
  • 9 - Creative Selfhood 181
  • Appendixes 201
  • Appendix 1 - On Symbol Formation 203
  • Appendix 2 - On the Relation of Aggression To Creativity and Sexuality 206
  • Appendix 3 - On Maturation Versus Development 212
  • Notes 215
  • Selected Bibliography 231
  • Index 241
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