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Published by W. Heinemann in London .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • American literature -- History and criticism

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Edition Notes

Statementby D. H. Lawrence.
The Physical Object
Pagination175 p. ;
Number of Pages175
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18031876M

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Title: Studies in Classic American Literature Author: D. H. Lawrence Release Date: Octo [EBook #] Language: English Character set encoding: UTF-8 *** START OF THIS PROJECT GUTENBERG EBOOK CLASSIC AMERICAN LITERATURE *** Produced by Laura Natal Rodrigues at Free Literature (Images generously made available by Hathi Trust.). Studies in Classic American Literature by D. H. Lawrence, a free text and ebook for easy online reading, study, and reference. We added this resource to the Classics Library as an aid to both students and teachers in order to cross-reference with the texts Lawrence references: Benjamin Franklin James Fenimore Cooper Edgar Allan Poe Nathaniel Hawthorne Thomas Hardy Moby-Dick; or, The . Read Chapter 1 The Spirit of Place of Studies in Classic American Literature by D. H. Lawrence. The text begins: WE like to think of the old-fashioned American classics as children's books. Just childishness, on our part. The old American art-speech contains an alien quality, which belongs to the American continent and to nowhere else. But, of course, so long as we insist on reading the books. A catalogue record for this book is available from the British Library Library of Congress cataloguing in publication data Lawrence, D. H. (David Herbert), –. Studies in Classic American Literature / D. H. Lawrence; edited by Ezra Greenspan, Lindeth Vasey and John Worthen. p. .

  Studies in Classic American Literature [ ] is at once a work of cultural criticism, a study and critique of American myths, a meditation on the relationship between the Old World and the New, a new theory of the self, a theory of textuality (and a fearless demonstration of a radical, self-styled form of psycho-social criticism), a theory of art, a history of America, a critique of the Enlightenment and one Brand: Cambridge University Press. Studies In Classic American Literature Is Valuable Not Only For The Light It Sheds On Eighteenth And Nineteenth Century American Consciousness, Telling 'The Truth Of The Day', But Also As A Prime Example Of Lawrence'S Learning, Passion And Integrity Of Cite Herbert J. Seligmann, 'Studies In Classic American Literature Alone Is A Foundation For A New American Critical Literature. About Studies in Classic American Literature. Lawrence asserted that ‘the proper function of a critic is to save the tale from the artist who created it’. In these highly individual, penetrating essays he has exposed ‘the American whole soul’ within some of that continent’s major works of literature. Read Chapter 11 Herman Melville's Moby Dick of Studies in Classic American Literature by D. H. Lawrence. The text begins: MOBY DICK, or the White Whale. A hunt. The last great hunt. For what? For Moby Dick, the huge white sperm whale: who is old, hoary, monstrous, and swims alone; who is unspeakably terrible in his wrath, having so often been attacked; and snow-white.