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Title: Fictionalizing the autobiograhy in D.H ( David Herbert )
Other Titles: lawrence's sons and lovers
Authors: Dekdouk, Hadjer
Hafsa, Naima
Keywords: Discours : analyse
Novel : Lawrence's sons and lovers : David Herbert
Issue Date: 2015
Publisher: university of Oum-El-Bouaghi
Abstract: This study examines David Herbert Lawrence's Sons and Lovers in order to show how his personal experiences influenced his writings. What motivated this writing is a personal interest in D.H. Lawrence and a fascination with his work and its implicit messages. For understanding the messages of his literary work, it is important to analyze the hidden realities behind events and personalities, and the way of fictionalizing them. In Sons and Lovers, Lawrence writes his joys and, above all, his pains. The consequences of Lawrence's sinuous biography are reflected and described in this novel by means of plots, a set of characters, symbols and themes. The study is informed by psychoanalytical theory through which writing is, ultimately, as simulated as a therapy for self-expression and communication.
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