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Slap, J.W. (1969). American Imago. XXV. 1968: D. H. Lawrence: the Blood-Conscious Artist. Leigh Travis. Pp. 163-190.. Psychoanal Q., 38:510.
    
Psychoanalytic Electronic Publishing: American Imago. XXV. 1968: D. H. Lawrence: the Blood-Conscious Artist. Leigh Travis. Pp. 163-190.

(1969). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 38:510

American Imago. XXV. 1968: D. H. Lawrence: the Blood-Conscious Artist. Leigh Travis. Pp. 163-190.

Joseph William Slap

Lawrence's avowed conception of character and culture was a pervasive dualistic conflict between 'mind-consciousness' (intellectualism, refinement) and 'blood-consciousness' (passion, coarseness). Rigid application of this view in his fiction resulted in simply drawn characters and repetitious victories of blood-consciousness over mind-consciousness. This thesis is amply demonstrated with references to Lawrence's essays and novels and synopses of four of his short stories

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Slap, J.W. (1969). American Imago. XXV. 1968. Psychoanal. Q., 38:510

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