The Bigger Heart of D. H. Lawrence

Ravagli, Frieda Lawrence
February 1955
New Republic;2/28/55, Vol. 132 Issue 9, p16
The article presents information on the book "The Intelligent Heart," by Harry T. Moore. He was a Fascist, he was a Communist, he was pro-German, he was sex obsessed, and all he was, was simply pro-human. Sex is such a weary word. It could mean divine urge or a nasty story, but the nasty story always gets a larger audience. He got most of his ideas in this living way, never so much from books, but mostly, he used himself as. his own guinea pig. The article also presents information on the book "The Bigger Heart of D. H. Lawrence," by Frieda Lawrence Ravagli.


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