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Analysing Lawrence and the theme of gender and sexuality in Women in Love

Show simple item record Kalangutkar-Wader, N.M. 2019-10-30T06:35:42Z 2019-10-30T06:35:42Z 2019
dc.identifier.citation International Journal of Scientific and Research Publications. 9(7); 2019; 839-842. en_US
dc.description.abstract The paper aims at analysing the Lawrence and the role of gender and sexuality in his select novel Women in Love (1920). The novel is a piece of twentieth century work and is written at the backdrop of modernist movement and is categorised as a modernist text. The study demonstrates the portrayal of man and woman characters against the backdrop of modernism and explores the theme of homosexuality evident in the novel. Lawrence's Women in Love (1920) is all about triumphal masculinise over the female submissiveness. Lawrence here, embrace personification of a New Women but in the different light as portrayed his contemporary Mrs. Woolf. Also understanding Lawrence's struggle with his own sexual desires and analysing how his thoughts are evidently reflected in the characters. My aim is to critique the roles given to men and women in his novel Women in Love (1920) and understanding the theme of homosexuality portrayed in the novel. en_US
dc.publisher IJSRP Publications en_US
dc.subject English en_US
dc.title Analysing Lawrence and the theme of gender and sexuality in Women in Love en_US
dc.type Journal article en_US

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