Ryu, Doo-Sun
January 2005
D.H. Lawrence's 'The Rainbow & Women in Love': A Critical Study;2005, p141
The section presents information on the sources of information featured in the book, D.H. Lawrence's The Rainbow & Women in Love: A Critical Study. In Chapter I, most writers of the essays do not doubt that Lawrence is a serious writer. Chapter II discusses the double movement of the novel that also explains its double aspect as a novel.


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