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D. H. Lawrence as a critic of Bloomsbury Joffe, Philip Hyman

Abstract

In the early years of this century a group of Cambridge graduates began meeting in the London district of Bloomsbury. For a period of time extending from the beginning of the second decade until well into the thirties, the Bloomsbury group, as they became known, was a powerful cultural establishment in England. A number of the major creative talents of the period were excluded by Bloomsbury, and, in turn, it was criticized.by them. D.H. Lawrence was associated with Bloomsbury and he criticized it discursively. He also wrote a novel about it. Bloomsbury, as a concern in Lawrence's thought, and as a subject of what has been recognized by many to be his major novel, Women in Love, is the concern of this thesis.

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