The article focuses on D.H. Lawrence’s poetry, analysing sexual difference and the interaction between the Self and the Other, as sources of knowledge ad self-knowledge. It also comments on the radical alterity Nature appears to have against the essential separateness and solitude of the poet and the man.

Flesh and flowers: the poetry of D.H. Lawrence

DEIDDA, ANTIOCO ANGELO
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2018-01-01

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The article focuses on D.H. Lawrence’s poetry, analysing sexual difference and the interaction between the Self and the Other, as sources of knowledge ad self-knowledge. It also comments on the radical alterity Nature appears to have against the essential separateness and solitude of the poet and the man.
978-88-255-1135-2
D.H.Lawrence; Poetry
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