D. H. Lawrence's works cover most literary genres, and problems connected to the theory of genre are often discussed in his essays. However, nowadays criticism tends to call into question the old categories, those of literary genres included, and a major question today is whether Lawrence can be read in new ways and whether his works can still respond to the new configuration of our multicultural world. Indeed, Lawrence’s writings show moments in which he assumes a non-Eurocentric point of view calling into question the most consolidated certainties of the western world.

D.H. LAWRENCE AND LITERARY GENRES

DE FILIPPIS, Simonetta
2004

Abstract

D. H. Lawrence's works cover most literary genres, and problems connected to the theory of genre are often discussed in his essays. However, nowadays criticism tends to call into question the old categories, those of literary genres included, and a major question today is whether Lawrence can be read in new ways and whether his works can still respond to the new configuration of our multicultural world. Indeed, Lawrence’s writings show moments in which he assumes a non-Eurocentric point of view calling into question the most consolidated certainties of the western world.
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