Complicating Mythic Archetypes in D.H. Lawrence's Fiction
Master of Arts (MA)
Faculty of Arts and Sciences
Explores the ways in which D.H. Lawrence revises and complicates archetypal characters and stories in his fiction. Lawrence's mythic revisions are frequently along gender lines, thus having significant implications for femininst or gendered readings of his works. Focuses mainly on The Rainbow and The Plumed Serpent but also treats some of Lawrence's shorter fiction.
Williamson, Katherine Elizabeth, "Dying Gods and Sacred Prostitutes" (2008). Master's Theses, Dissertations, Graduate Research and Major Papers Overview. 18.
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