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Journal Cover Études Lawrenciennes
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  • The Geometrics of Education in D. H. Lawrence

    • Authors: Sarah Bouttier
      Abstract: The transmission and acquisition of knowledge, whether in the classroom or through revelations, is often represented in spatial terms or associated with movements. Throughout the centuries, lines of competing orientations have shaped the representations of the purposes of education. Vertical lines prevailed when education, by giving access to the Sacred Scripture, was regarded as a process of learning through which students are to be led above their conditions as sinners, and was thus seen as an elevation towards the world of reason, or as a key feature of the unceasing progress of mankind through the acquisition of knowledge. An example of this verticality is Plato’s simile of the divided line in the Republic (509d–510e), as explained by Ieuan Williams: We are to imagine a vertical line divided into two, the lower half signifying the visible or sensory realm and the upper half representing the intelligible realm, each half itself divided into two further sections. The line, therefor...
      PubDate: 2016-12-01
       
  • Educability and Art: D. H. Lawrence, Paul Cézanne, Herbert Read

    • Authors: Jeff Wallace
      Abstract: “But I do think we ought to begin to paint good pictures, now that we know pretty well all there is to know about how a picture should be made. You do agree, don’t you, that technically we know almost all there is to know about painting'” (LEA 215). D.H. Lawrence claims this to be a proposition made to him by a “young English painter, an intelligent and really modest young man,”at some time prior to the drafting (between late December 1928 and early February 1929) of the essay, “Introduction to These Paintings," which was to accompany the first print edition of Lawrence’s paintings. It becomes the pretext in the essay for a sustained satirical display on Lawrence’s part, a kind of tour-de-force of archly comedic prose. We learn that the young man knows everything about the formal or abstract geometry of the picture-plane: “the value of planes, the value of the angle in planes, the different values of the same colour on different planes”; also “which is the aesthetic centre of the ca...
      PubDate: 2016-12-01
       
  • Self and Sequence: Lawrence’s “The Schoolmaster”

    • Authors: Keith Cushman
      Abstract: Lawrence’s early poetry sequence, “The Schoolmaster,” is situated at a crucial juncture of his life. He completed the sequence near the end of his three years as an assistant teacher at the Davidson Road School in Croydon. The serious case of pneumonia he succumbed to at the end of 1911 was instrumental in his departure from school teaching. John Worthen has observed that the pneumonia “succeeded in changing everything,” leading to a “rite of passage away from school” (although Lawrence “did not actually submit his resignation from Davidson Road until 28 February [1912]” (Worthen 324-25). The seven poems of “The Schoolmaster,” a souvenir of his time at the Davidson Road School, were not published as a sequence. Instead they appeared in four consecutive numbers of the Saturday Westminster Gazette between 11 May and 1 June 1912. By the time the first two poems in the sequence had been published, Lawrence had already left for Europe to embark on a new life with Frieda von Richthofen We...
      PubDate: 2016-12-01
       
  • A Not-So Distant Mirror : The Modern Predicament in the Early
           Twentieth Century

    • Authors: Jean-Paul Rosaye
      Abstract: This paper aims to show that the early twentieth century exemplified and revealed the nature of the modern predicament. And this predicament, for reasons that will appear later, can first be defined as a constant and deeply set tension, forcing European minds to waver between a tendency towards nihilism and the utopian expectation of perfecting society into an earthly paradise. The First World War did in fact provide a clear demonstration of the Western propensity for mass destruction, and D. H. Lawrence's contemporaries, as they deplored this drive, found themselves forced to find an idealistic way out. I also wish to show that the terms and conditions of their endeavour disclose how deep the story of this ambivalence goes, and this is the reason why the title suggests that the early twentieth century can be viewed as an anticipation of our present situation as well as the echo of a very profound dilemma entrenched in our European collective unconscious. The title of this paper is i...
      PubDate: 2015-11-03
       
  • War and Continuity in D. H. Lawrence’s Works

    • Authors: Sarah Bouttier
      Abstract: Ours is essentially a tragic age, so we refuse to take it tragically. The cataclysm has happened, we are among the ruins, we start to build up new little habitats, to have new little hopes. It is rather hard work: there is now no smooth road into the future: but we go round, or scramble over the obstacles.
      We’ve got to live, no matter how many skies have fallen. (LCL 5) The incipit of Lady Chatterley’s Lover has a particular distant tone and is immediately attributed to its protagonist: “This was more or less Constance Chatterley’s position.” The free indirect speech, the mitigating use of the adverbs “more or less” and the overall non-committal impression conveyed by this paragraph should alert us to the fact that it does not account for Lawrence’s vision of the effect of the Great War. However, these first lines seem to encompass claims that are often made when depicting Lawrence’s vision of the war. After a brief summary of these claims, this paper will seek to show that even thoug...
      PubDate: 2015-11-03
       
  • Freud and Lawrence: Thoughts on War and Instinct

    • Authors: Michael Bell
      Abstract: This paper is an addendum to that given last year at the University of Nanterre conference on Lawrence and Freud. On that occasion I outlined the radical difference between these two writers' views on the instinctual nature of human beings: Freud's belief in the need for instinctual repression as opposed to Lawrence's, and Nietzsche's, more positive commitment to spontaneity. I thought the topic worth airing because, although it represents an opposition that runs through much modern literature and culture, it obtains responses at such an intuitive, apparently self-evident, level on both sides as to be not only beyond argument but largely beyond consciousness. And, of course, there can be no objective “truth” of the matter although the rhetoric on both sides constantly implies that there is. In short, we are faced with rival myths, or Weltanschauungen, with significant consequences for many other domains but with minimal visibility or self-consciousness in themselves. It should be sa...
      PubDate: 2015-11-03
       
  • "A Prison for the Infinite": D. H. Lawrence and Bertrand Russell on the
           War

    • Authors: Luke Ferretter
      Abstract: In his recent book War Trauma and English Modernism, Carl Krockel argues that Lawrence suffered from "war trauma," throughout not only the war years but for almost the entire remainder of his life. He is right to say so. The war smashed Lawrence, as an artist and as a man, and I would disagree with Krockel's thesis only insofar as he sees the beginning of a healing process at work in the final draft of Lady Chatterley's Lover (153-4). Lawrence responded to the war in many ways at the time – the "philosophy" that we have in the forms of the Study of Thomas Hardy and "The Crown," and which went through subsequent, now lost, drafts; the nihilism of Women in Love; the serious interest in theosophy, which lasted for many years after the war; the plans for Rananim, The Signature; a passionate series of letters; and many others. In this paper, I will examine one of the major ways in which Lawrence responds to the war, his dialogue with Bertrand Russell. If one counts the fictional portraya...
      PubDate: 2015-11-03
       
 
 
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