As well as examining Lawrence's life through his struggles with the dominant discourses of his day - censorship law, the First World War and its politics, the growth of psychoanalysis and the early women's movement - this book reads Lawrence's novels, stories, poetry and essays as an important site upon which contemporary debates around class, race and sexual identity need to be discussed.
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