Research on the Humanistic Theme in D. H. Lawrence’s Works



The genuine poets care about the agony and sufferings of the masses. In poetry, fiction and letters, D. H. Lawrence shows his deep sympathy with the life of the common people. He depicts their life, cares about their fate, concerns about their sufferings, feels sad for their numbness, worries about their living conditions and future and craves for their resuming life force. Lawrence attacks the mechanical civilization that causes the alienation of many common people, speaks for the common people and regards himself as one of them. And he tries to arouse the reader’s resonance of the sufferings of the common people. From Lawrence’s works, the reader can sense Lawrence’s kindness and compassion. Sympathy with the masses has become a theme that underlies some of Lawrences’ works. This paper intends to conduct research on the humanistic theme in Lawrences’ works.


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