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Decolonization in D. H. Lawrence's works in 1920s

 

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D. H. Lawrence's works witness a considerable shift both in theme and style during 1920s when he actually abandoned Europe and made settlement in primitive lands of Red Indians. The current book portrays Lawrence's great interest in the lives and culture of the colored inhabitants who, according to Lawrence, hold the real elements of life. It discusses how Lawrence fights against colonization by converting the conventional subject-object relationship between the white colonizers and the colored colonized, and by elevating and taking the side of the latter.

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SKU :COC66898
Country of ManufactureIndia
Product BrandLAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing
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