Professor Moynahan's object in this illuminating, critical survey has been to consider Lawrence entirely in his most important role... as the author of the novels and the shorter tales. To this end he traces the development of Lawrence’s mastery of the novel.
Originally published in 1963.
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Table of Contents:
- Frontmatter, pg. i
- ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS, pg. vii
- CONTENTS, pg. ix
- INTRODUCTION, pg. xiii
- PART I. THE SEARCH FOR FORM, pg. 1
- PART II . THE DISCOVERY OF FORM, pg. 33
- PART III. THE BREAKING OF FORM, pg. 93
- PART IV. THE DEED OF LIFE, pg. 115
- PART V. THE TALES, pg. 173
- CONCLUSION, pg. 219
- INDEX, pg. 227
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