Overcoming Social and Economic Circumstances in ‘Daughters of the Vicar’

Despite his left-of-centre, Fabian society background, D.H. Lawrence’s early fiction displays little advocacy of political change. This is clearly not ignorance, but an opportunity to express concerns for the spirituality of man. If a man has a body, a mind and a spirit, then he may be naturally expected to satisfy his desires. But if … Read moreOvercoming Social and Economic Circumstances in ‘Daughters of the Vicar’