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Apocalypse Paperback ò Apocalypse Kindle Ð apocalypse kindle, ApocalypseApocalypse PDFWritten during the winter of and his last major work, Apocalypse is Lawrence s radical criticism of the political, religious and social structures that have shaped Western civilization In his view the perpetual conflict within man, in which emotion, instinct and the senses vie with the intellect and reason, has resulted in society s increasing alienation from the natural world Yet Lawrence s belief in humanity s power to regain the imaginative and spiritual values which alone can revitalize our world also makes Apocalypse a powerful statement of hope Presenting his thoughts on psychology, science, politics, art, God and man, and including a fierce protest against Christianity, Apocalypse is Lawrence s last testament, his final attempt to convey his vision of man and of the cosmos.

  • Paperback
  • 240
  • Apocalypse
  • D.H. Lawrence
  • English
  • 17 December 2019
  • 0140187812

About the Author: D.H. Lawrence

Paperback ò Apocalypse Kindle Ð apocalypse kindle, ApocalypseApocalypse PDFDavid Herbert Richards Lawrence was an English writer of the th century, whose prolific and diverse output included novels, short stories, poems, plays, essays, travel books, paintings, translations, literary criticism and personal letters His collected works represent an extended reflection upon the dehumanizing effects of modernity and industrialisation In them, Lawrence confronts issues relating to emotional health and vitality, spontaneity, human sexuality and instinctLawrence s opinions earned him many enemies and he endured official persecution, censorship, and misrepresentation of his creative work throughout the second half of his life, much of which he spent in a voluntary exile he called his savage pilgrimage At the time of his death, his public reputation was that of a pornographer who had wasted his considerable talents E M Forster, in an obituary notice, challenged this widely held view, describing him as the greatest imaginative novelist of our generation Later, the influential Cambridge critic F R Leavis championed both his artistic integrity and his moral seriousness, placing much of Lawrence s fiction within the canonical great tradition of the English novel He is now generally valued as a visionary thinker and a significant representative of modernism in English literaturetp enpedia wiki DHLaw.



10 thoughts on “Apocalypse

  1. Sarah Magdalene Sarah Magdalene says:

    Paperback ò Apocalypse Kindle Ð apocalypse kindle, ApocalypseApocalypse PDFThis is a hard book to review, because it s quite short and yet every single paragraph is bristling with ideas He s already reduced what he has to say to a sweet perfection This is one of his trademarks Technically so concise and yet so poetic.Basically he is discussing the anomaly that is the Book of Revelations, and how poorly it fits into what purports to be a Christian gospel He traces the pagan roots of all the symbolism and discusses the mind set of its authors and of its audience.In d This is a hard book to review, because it s quite short and yet every single paragraph is bristling with ideas He s alre

  2. K.D. Absolutely K.D. Absolutely says:

    Paperback ò Apocalypse Kindle Ð apocalypse kindle, ApocalypseApocalypse PDFDavid Herbert Richard Lawrence 1885 1930 last completed work before his death was a non fiction reflection on the Book of Revelation last book of the Christian Bible , called Apocalypse This was first published in 1931, a year after he died at the age of 45 He died of complications from tuberculosis According to WikiAt the time of his de

  3. Kevin K Kevin K says:

    Paperback ò Apocalypse Kindle Ð apocalypse kindle, ApocalypseApocalypse PDFI was curious when I heard D H Lawrence had written on the Book of Revelation, and this book did not disappoint Lawrence was not an expert on the Bible or history, but as an artist he has a number of thought provoking ideas First, he suggests that Revelation is partly derived from

  4. Nihal Vrana Nihal Vrana says:

    Paperback ò Apocalypse Kindle Ð apocalypse kindle, ApocalypseApocalypse PDFIt is trying to be an insightful book, but it only comes through as the ravings of an old, bitter man It is murky, full of bile all the way and feels like one of those self published books people try to peddle on the streets If you remove the name D.H Lawrence from the cover, nobody would take it seriously and discuss about it On top of that, the edition I read has the worst introduction ever by a pretentious academician named Richard something It was about 30 pages, supposedly in the forma It is trying to be an insightfu

  5. Erik Graff Erik Graff says:

    Paperback ò Apocalypse Kindle Ð apocalypse kindle, ApocalypseApocalypse PDFWe re in the habit of reading aloud to one another at Chicago s Heirloom Books Having done one memoir and two Salinger novels, we decided to move ahead with this, D.H Lawrence s last work, motivated in part by my interest in biblical exegesis in general and of the Book of Revelation in particular If it hadn t been for this com

  6. Michael Michael says:

    Paperback ò Apocalypse Kindle Ð apocalypse kindle, ApocalypseApocalypse PDFLawrence reconsiders the most controversial book of the New Testament the Revelation of St John as a horoscopic blueprint meant to connect man with the cosmos via the unification of body and soul, but one that o

  7. Ben Ben says:

    Paperback ò Apocalypse Kindle Ð apocalypse kindle, ApocalypseApocalypse PDFThis book is terrible For the most part, it s a half formed, ill informed diatribe of the sort one might expect a local crazy to direct at the lamppost or conceivably a mailbox on the corner for an hour or two What begins as as a criticism of Christianity andspecifically, of that unfortunate collection of febrile ravings, the Book of Revelation, soon turns into its own jumbled mess of nonsense, non sequiturs, gross generalizations of humanity, and confident assertions of unknowable fac This book is terrible For the most part, it s a half formed, ill informed diatribe of the sort one might expect a local crazy to direct at the lamppost or conceivably a mailbox on the corner for an hour or two What begins as as a criticism of Christianity andspecifically, of that unfortunate collection of febrile ravings, the Book of Revelation, soon turns into its own jumbled mess of nonse

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  9. H H says:

    Paperback ò Apocalypse Kindle Ð apocalypse kindle, ApocalypseApocalypse PDFA tirade against Christianity s political paradox its message comes from those in power stepping down in humility, but its flagbearers since Christ have been the downtrodden stepping up in hubris Lawrence uses the Apocalypse John of Patmos book of Revelation as one symbol of pagan power struggles corrupting what could have been a pure religion Altogether astute judgments But too angry, too increasingly emotional in tone for the reading to be smooth informative Because, as a matter of f A tirade against Christianity s political paradox its message comes from those in power stepping down in humility, but its flagbearers since Christ have been the downtrodden stepping up in hubris Lawrence uses the Apocalypse John of Patmos book of Revelation as one symbol of

  10. maia johnson maia johnson says:

    Paperback ò Apocalypse Kindle Ð apocalypse kindle, ApocalypseApocalypse PDFAn interesting read, lots of little antidotes Like it says on the back of my edition, you learnabout Lawrence himself than the topic at hand He did bring up some interesting points about the book of revelation, namely possible definite pagan roots.

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