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Dervin, D.A. (1979). D. H. Lawrence and Freud. Am. Imago, 36(2):95-117.

(1979). American Imago, 36(2):95-117

D. H. Lawrence and Freud

Daniel A. Dervin, Ph.D.

“Let us accept out own destiny. Man can't live by instinct, because he's got a mind…. Man, poor, conscious, forever-animal man, has a very stern destiny from which he is never allowed to escape. It is his destiny that he must move on and on, in the thought-adventure. He is a thought-adventurer….”

“My field is to know the feelings inside a man, and to make new feelings conscious.” —Lawrence

“Where Id was there Ego shall be.” —Freud

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