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by D H Lawrence
ISBN-10: 9781853262586. The Plumed Serpent is no Son's and Lovers.
ISBN-10: 9781853262586. ISBN-13: 978-1853262586. This late Lawrence book is filled with long-winded, pretentious and repetitive passages of ersatz Aztec religious claptrap and equally ill-conceived mysticism about the savage Mexican Indian as a race. Couple these with a sort of proto-fascism, and one has a pretty nasty book. Lawrence's take on gender relations in this world of neo-Aztec revival is equally unattractive.
D. H. Lawrence: The Plumed Serpent (Paperback). Published August 9th 2016 by Createspace Independent Publishing Platform. Paperback, 228 pages.
Year of first publication: 1926. License: CC BY-SA . D. Lawrence · English.
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Title: The Plumed Serpent (1926) Author: D. Lawrence A Project Gutenberg of Australia eBook eBook N. 0300021h. This eBook was produced by: Don Lainson dlainsonatico.
The Plumed Serpent is a 1926 political novel by D. Lawrence; Lawrence conceived the idea for the novel while visiting Mexico in 1923, and its themes reflect his experiences there
The Plumed Serpent is a 1926 political novel by D. Lawrence; Lawrence conceived the idea for the novel while visiting Mexico in 1923, and its themes reflect his experiences there. The novel was first published by Martin Secker's firm in the United Kingdom and Alfred A. Knopf in the United States; an early draft was published as Quetzalcoatl by Black Swan Books in 1995. The novel's plot concerns Kate Leslie, an Irish tourist who visits Mexico after the Mexican Revolution.
Improved in 24 Hours. The Plumed Serpent is a 1926 novel by D. Lawrence. Harmondsworth: Penguin Books. pp. 7–9. ISBN 0 14 00-0754 7. ^ Pinion, F. B. (1980). Set in Mexico during the Mexican Revolution, it was begun when the author was living at what is now the D. Lawrence Ranch near Taos in the . state of New Mexico in 1924, accompanied by his wife Frieda and artist Dorothy Brett. Lawrence wanted to call the book "Quetzalcoatl", after the Aztec god of that name, but his publisher. A D. Lawrence Companion.
Tindall, William York; Lawrence, D. (1992). New York: Vintage International. p. xiv. ^ Martz, Louis . Lawrence, D. (1998). New York: New Directions Books.
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The Plumed Serpent' abounds in the "politically incorrect": Lawrence retains his power to shock. As a publisher once said, "Anything to do with D. L. is rather dangerous. AUTHOR: D(avid) H(erbert Richards) Lawrence (1885-1930) was an English novelist and poet, whose works were not only controversial during his lifetime, but long after his death. In this notorious late novel, Lawrence's pagan imaginings burgeon. Kate Leslie, an Irish widow touring Mexico, becomes gradually involved with a charismatic leader, and she enters a sexual relationship with his dark henchman.