D.H. Lawrence and the Astrology of Outcasts

David Herbert Lawrence is one of the great writers of our time. His major works are considered to be among the finest literary works of the modern age, which when you consider his beginnings in working class obscurity during Britain’s late industrial age, and the relative fleetingness of his life – he died aged just 45 – marks him out as a truly remarkable character. And even within the scope of his successful years, he was continually attacked for the subject matter of his novels, viewed with suspicion and hostility because of his pacifism and his marriage to a...
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  1. Very interesting. I did not know much about him. Some superficial similarities to Dickens but v different characters. Lawrence being more into looking inside at his psyche in a beautiful way and Dickens observing outside at the social conditions with humour and compassion.

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