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By F. Becket

ISBN-10: 0333650271

ISBN-13: 9780333650271

D.H. Lawrence: The philosopher as Poet addresses a specific physique of language and concept inside Lawrence's oeuvre the place the metaphorical, the poetic and the philosophical are intricately enmeshed. Lawrence emerges as a author who pulls metaphor clear of its simply rhetorical moorings: his targeted type is the hallmark of 1 who thinks now not analytically yet poetically, in regards to the delivery of the self, the physique subconscious, advanced forms of otherness and approximately metaphor itself as a method of realizing.

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Published posthumously, it is an unpolished set of chapters in draft form, and not a finalized text, but it succeeds in communicating many of Lawrence's major preoccupations, building on the Foreword to Sons and Lovers. Like all the early essays it represents Lawrence's tendency to begin his thought processes by recourse to the kinds of dualistic structures which his later writing, certainly his fiction, subtilizes. 'Study of Thomas Hardy' builds on the The Birth of the Self 21 attempt in the Foreword to Sons and Lovers to describe personal and 'human' experience in impersonal and non-human terms (human relationships, and the birth of the self, articulated through the poetic language of Word/Flesh, Man/Woman, and in 'Study of Thomas Hardy', Love/Law).

45). Predicating one's rebirth on a prior philosophy, creed or metaphysic is the problem. The figures of the phoenix and the poppy at the outset of the 'Study', for instance, are figures of rebirth proper, both utterly singular: The Birth of the Self 25 The phoenix grows up to maturity and fulness of wisdom, it attains to fatness and wealth and all things desirable, only to burst into flame and expire in ash. And the flame and the ash are the be-all and the end-all, and the fatness and wisdom and wealth are but the fuel spent.

45). Predicating one's rebirth on a prior philosophy, creed or metaphysic is the problem. The figures of the phoenix and the poppy at the outset of the 'Study', for instance, are figures of rebirth proper, both utterly singular: The Birth of the Self 25 The phoenix grows up to maturity and fulness of wisdom, it attains to fatness and wealth and all things desirable, only to burst into flame and expire in ash. And the flame and the ash are the be-all and the end-all, and the fatness and wisdom and wealth are but the fuel spent.

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