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

==Triết học, tôn giáo và chính trị==
Critic [[Terry Eagleton]] situates Lawrence on the radical [[right wing]], as hostile to democracy, liberalism, socialism, and egalitarianism, though never formally embracing fascism,<ref>{{chú thích sách|title=The English novel: an introduction|last=Eagleton|first=Terry|publisher=Wiley-Blackwell|year=2005|pages=258–260}}</ref> as he died before it reached its zenith. Lawrence's opinion of the masses is discussed in detail by Professor [[John Carey (critic)|John Carey]] in ''The Intellectuals and the Masses'' (1992), and he quotes a 1908 letter from Lawrence to Blanche Jennings:
{{quote|If I had my way, I would build a lethal chamber as big as the Crystal Palace, with a military band playing softly, and a Cinematograph working brightly; then I'd go out in the back streets and main streets and bring them in, all the sick, the halt, and the maimed; I would lead them gently, and they would smile me a weary thanks; and the band would softly bubble out the "Hallelujah Chorus".
<ref>{{chú thích sách|title=Europe: A History|last=Davies|first=Norman|publisher=HarperPerennial|year=1996|pages=860}}</ref>}}
More of Lawrence's political ideas can be seen in his letters to [[Bertrand Russell]] around the year 1915, where he voices his opposition to enfranchising the working class, his hostility to the burgeoning labour movements, and disparages the [[French Revolution]], referring to "Liberty, Equality, and Fraternity" as the "three-fanged serpent." Rather than a republic, Lawrence called for an absolute Dictator and equivalent Dictatrix to lord over the lower peoples.<ref>{{chú thích sách|title=The Letters of D. H. Lawrence|publisher=Cambridge University Press|year=2002|pages=365–366}}</ref>
Earlier, Harrison<ref>John R. Harrison (1966) The Reactionaries: Yeats, Lewis, Pound, Eliot, Lawrence: A Study of the Anti-Democratic Intelligentsia (Victor Gollancz, London)</ref> had drawn attention to the vein of sadism that runs through Lawrence's writing.
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