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... forever in Hemingway's Sun Also Rises (1926; called Fiesta in England), F.
Scott Fitzgerald's novels and short stories about the so-called Jazz Age, the Antic
Hay (1923) and Point Counter Point (1928) of Aldous Huxley, and D.H.
Lawrence's Aaron's Rod requires a knowledge of the author's personal enmities,
and to understand Aldous Huxley's Point Counter Point fully one must know, for
instance, that the character of Mark Rampion is D.H. Lawrence himself and that ...
... a Catholic convert, who is primarily known for his "theological" content, there is
a very interesting attempt to bring to this a Conradian concern for the solitary-man
theme and a Jamesian preoccupation with style. D.H. Lawrence (1885-1930) ...
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