Analysis of D. H. Lawrence’s Treatment of Nature in Sons and Lovers

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Sub Topics: The untarnished beauty and uncontaminated freshness of nature environment have accentuated and heightened the feelings and emotions of the characters in D. H. Lawrence’s in Sons and Lovers

Key Words: D. H. Lawrence, nature, Sons and Lovers, novel, natural objects and surrounding, imagination, environment of society, Industrialization, machination, feelings and sentiments the feelings


D. H. Lawrence has evinced his deep love for nature in Sons and Lovers. In the village, in the lush green bosom of nature, Lawrence spent his boyhood or early days. He had a close contact with nature and an intense longing for natural objects. Because of his close and intimate association with natural objects and surrounding, nature did hunt his imagination to a great extent and it does explain why Lawrence possessed almost a poetic sensibility with regard to his delineation of nature.
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