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In 'Amores: Poems,' D. H. Lawrence intricately weaves human emotions with the natural world, articulating the complexities of love and passion through his vivid imagery and emotive language. These poems are not merely expressions of amorous experiences, but rather explorations of the multifaceted workings of the human heart and psyche within the context of early 20th-century Modernism. The collection, with its free verse and innovative use of language, mirrors the tension between traditional constraints and the burgeoning desire for individual and sexual freedom, characteristic of Lawrence's broader literary contributions and the period's evolving artistic environment.
D. H. Lawrence's personal life, marked by turbulent relationships and a deep connection to the natural world, undeniably influenced his work in 'Amores.' Renowned for his novels, Lawrence's poetry is no less important, offering insight into his profound and at times controversial views on love, sexuality, and the human condition. His work eloquently reflects the inner turmoil and intense passion that governed his life, thereby encapsulating the essence of his literary voice and the intellectual spirit of his time.
'Amores: Poems' is an essential read for those who wish to delve deeper into the soul of early modernist literature. Lawrence's readers are invited to confront and contemplate the primal forces of love and desire that persist beneath the facade of civilized society. This collection appeals to a discerning audience appreciative of emotive intensity and the candid exploration of human relationships against the backdrop of a rapidly changing world. In rediscovering this classic through DigiCat Publishing's conscientiously republished edition, one not only reconnects with Lawrence's legacy but also with the enduring power of poetry to capture the unspoken truths of human experience.


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D. H. Lawrence
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Peso (Físico)
Tamaño Archivo (Virtual)
DRM (Virtual)
Formato Electrónico (Virtual)
Amores: Poems
Biografía del Autor
<p>David Herbert Lawrence, known as D. H. Lawrence, was a profoundly influential English writer, poet, and essayist of the early 20th century. Born on September 11, 1885, in Eastwood, Nottinghamshire, Lawrence was renowned for his contributions to literature that addressed emotional health, vitality, and human sexuality, often stirring controversy and censorship. Lawrence\'s upbringing in a coal-mining town brought forth themes of struggle between the natural world and industrialization in his work. \'Amores: Poems\' (1916) is one such collection that showcases his distinct poetic style, characterized by a blend of vivid symbolism and explorations of personal identity. His penetrating psychosocial insight distinguished his literary voice as he delved into the complexities of human relationships and the instinctual drives governing them. While Lawrence is perhaps more widely recognized for novels like \'Sons and Lovers\' (1913), \'The Rainbow\' (1915), and the controversial \'Lady Chatterley\'s Lover\' (1928), his poetry also serves as an integral part of his artistic legacy, reflecting his beliefs on the restoration of balance in life through a close connection to nature and a revolt against modern industrial society. Lawrence\'s enduring impact on literature can be traced through the themes of his diverse body of work and the ongoing scholarly discussions that critique it. He passed away in France on March 2, 1930, leaving behind a rich tapestry of writings that continue to captivate readers and scholars alike.</p>
ISBN: 8596547169987
Referencia: BW1037919626

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