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The Resource D. H. Lawrence and Germany : The Politics of Influence, (electronic resource:)

D. H. Lawrence and Germany : The Politics of Influence, (electronic resource:)

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D. H. Lawrence and Germany : The Politics of Influence
Title
D. H. Lawrence and Germany
Title remainder
The Politics of Influence
Creator
Author
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
  • Annotation
  • Annotation:
Cataloging source
BIP US
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Krockel, Carl
Dewey number
823.912
Intended audience
Scholarly & Professional
Intended audience source
Rodopi
Series statement
Costerus New Ser.
Series volume
164
Summary expansion
  • "D. H. Lawrence has suffered criticism for the emotional excess of his language, and for a suspected leaning towards right-wing politics. This book contextualises his style and political values in German culture, especially its Romantic tradition which has been subjected to the same criticism as himself. In his writing Lawrence struggles between opposing German cultural elements from the Eighteenth century onwards, to dramatise the conflicts in Modern European culture and history in the first half of the Twentieth century. The book demonstrates how his failures are integral to his achievements, and how the self-contradictory nature of his art is actually its saving grace." "This volume surveys the whole span of Lawrence's career; it is intended for both students and teachers of the author, and for those interested in the cross cultural relations of European Modernism. Previous studies have tended to outline references in Lawrence's work to Germany without focusing on the historical, cultural and ideological issues at stake. These issues are the subject of this book."--BOOK JACKET
  • "D. H. Lawrence has suffered criticism for the emotional excess of his language, and for a suspected leaning towards right-wing politics. This book contextualises his style and political values in German culture, especially its Romantic tradition which has been subjected to the same criticism as himself. In his writing Lawrence struggles between opposing German cultural elements from the Eighteenth century onwards, to dramatise the conflicts in Modern European culture and history in the first half of the Twentieth century. The book demonstrates how his failures are integral to his achievements, and how the self-contradictory nature of his art is actually its saving grace." "This volume surveys the whole span of Lawrence's career; it is intended for both students and teachers of the author, and for those interested in the cross cultural relations of European Modernism. Previous studies have tended to outline references in Lawrence's work to Germany without focusing on the historical, cultural and ideological issues at stake. These issues are the subject of this book."--BOOK JACKET
Label
D. H. Lawrence and Germany : The Politics of Influence, (electronic resource:)
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Publication
Control code
OCM1bookssj0000134444
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
342 p.
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License restrictions may limit access
Isbn
9789042021266
Other physical details
ill
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)ssj0000134444
Label
D. H. Lawrence and Germany : The Politics of Influence, (electronic resource:)
Publication
Control code
OCM1bookssj0000134444
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
342 p.
Governing access note
License restrictions may limit access
Isbn
9789042021266
Other physical details
ill
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)ssj0000134444

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