The Princess and Other Stories

The Princess and Other Stories The business of art is to reveal the relation between man and his circumambient universe at the living moment D H LawrenceThese stories date from the last eight years of D H Lawrence s life Their shee

  • Title: The Princess and Other Stories
  • Author: D.H. Lawrence Keith M. Sagar
  • ISBN: 9780140182088
  • Page: 404
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Princess and Other Stories

    The business of art is to reveal the relation between man and his circumambient universe at the living moment D H LawrenceThese stories date from the last eight years of D H Lawrence s life Their sheer energy and natural beauty evident particularly in The Princess , The Flying Fish , The Overtone express much of the effect on Lawrence of his Mexican travel The business of art is to reveal the relation between man and his circumambient universe at the living moment D H LawrenceThese stories date from the last eight years of D H Lawrence s life Their sheer energy and natural beauty evident particularly in The Princess , The Flying Fish , The Overtone express much of the effect on Lawrence of his Mexican travels Also included here are the full, unexpurgated version of Sun , his story of sensual awakening set in Italy, and, among the sardonic comedies and satires, his study of a consuming relationship, Mother and Daughter.Satirical and often cruel, but always rich and resonant, they are, as Keith Sagar points out in his introduction, a reflection of D H Lawrence s movement away from realism towards myth and fable a journey that ended with his premature death in 1930.

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    1. Bennievermeer

      If you thought materialist escapism and spiritual dabbling were modern phenomena, check out this very amusing short story by D.H. Lawrence, called 'Things', written in 1928.As a cruel satire of a newlywed couple of "true idealists", it reads like a precursor (or even a prequel) to Richard Yates' great novel 'Revolutionary Road'. Many familiar Lawrence themes are present, especially his disgust for artificiality and his relentless searching for true meaning, but the tone is harsher than any of hi [...]

    2. Chavelli Sulikowska

      I picked up this slim, little known collection of Lawrence's brilliance for 50 cents in a thrift shop in Santa Fe. How fitting that the first story is set in New Mexico, whose stunning landscape I had just traversed myself - though by car rather than train! While I am not much of a short story aficionado, I particularly enjoyed the Princess and the final story about the intricate relationship between a mother and daughter.

    3. paris

      these are really, really good, though many are unfinished or unfinished-seeming. for the same reason i loved david hockney's paintings after he moved to california, i appreciate the perspective of the american west by a citizen of dreary olde england.

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