This final 1998 volume of the Cambridge Biography of D. H. Lawrence chronicles his progress from leaving Europe in 1922 to his death in Venice in 1930. He is revealed as a man both more complex and more humorous than is usually allowed, and exemplary in his resolute grappling with the central problems of his age.In what is likely to have been the second version of his essay on these ... It is the great blue twilight of the vastest of all evenings, the most wonderful of all dawns. ... Typee are somehow child-like; but now he himself calls them children and insists on the impossibility 55 ac August-December 1922 NEW MEXICO America at Last.
|Title||:||D. H. Lawrence: Dying Game 1922-1930|
|Publisher||:||Cambridge University Press - 1998|