Khác biệt giữa các bản “D. H. Lawrence”

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===Tiểu thuyết===
Lawrence is perhaps best known for his novels ''[[Sons and Lovers]]'', ''[[The Rainbow]]'', ''[[Women in Love]]'' and ''[[Lady Chatterley's Lover]]''. Within these Lawrence explores the possibilities for life within an industrial setting. In particular Lawrence is concerned with the nature of relationships that can be had within such a setting. Though often classed as a [[Literary realism|realist]], Lawrence in fact uses his characters to give form to his personal philosophy. His depiction of sexual activity, though seen as shocking when he first published in the early 20th century, has its roots in this highly personal way of thinking and being. It is worth noting that Lawrence was very interested in the [[Haptic communication|sense of touch]] and that his focus on physical intimacy has its roots in a desire to restore an emphasis on the body, and re-balance it with what he perceived to be Western civilisation's over-emphasis on the mind.{{citation needed|date=February 2014}}
In his later years Lawrence developed the potentialities of the short novel form in ''[[St Mawr]]'', ''[[The Virgin and the Gypsy]]'' and ''[[The Escaped Cock]]''.
===Truyện ngắn===
Lawrence's best-known short stories include "[[The Captain's Doll]]", "[[The Fox (short story)|The Fox]]", "[[The Ladybird]]", "[[Odour of Chrysanthemums]]", "[[The Princess (story)|The Princess]]", "[[The Rocking-Horse Winner]]", "[[St Mawr]]", "[[The Virgin and the Gypsy]]" and "[[The Woman who Rode Away]]". (''The Virgin and the Gypsy'' was published as a [[novella]] after he died.) Among his most praised collections is ''[[The Prussian Officer and Other Stories]]'', published in 1914. His collection ''The Woman Who Rode Away and Other Stories'', published in 1928, develops the theme of leadership that Lawrence also explored in novels such as ''Kangaroo, [[The Plumed Serpent]]'' and ''Fanny and Annie''.
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