Novel is the Book of Life



“The novel is the one bright book of life” is Lawrence’s basic view about novel. “Life” here means man should feel everything with intuition, and to be a whole man. This idea is closely related to some main themes of Lawrence’s novels,such as opposition against pure spiritual love, dehumanization, blood consciousness.
Key words: Life, Dehumanization, blood consciousness
Résumé: « Le roman est le seul livre de la vie splendide », voilà la conception du roman fondamentale de Lawrence. La « vie » signifie que l’on doit se comprendre par l’instinct et se développer complètement. Cette idée se lie étroitement avec les thèmes de ses romans, qui sont contre l’amour platonique, l’aliénation de l’homme et la conscience sanguine.
Mots-clés: vie, aliénation, sanguin
摘要:“小說是唯一光彩奪目的生活之書”是勞倫斯基本的小說觀。“生活”意味著人要憑直覺去感知,去 全面發展自己。這一思想同其小說中反對純精神型的戀愛、人的異化和血性意識等主題緊密相連。

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