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It was symptomatic of this culture of ghostly automata that it should reject his book of life. Although he had accepted editors’ revisions and straightforward cuts of his work, he could not be optimistic for his second ‘Brangwen’ novel – still in progress – after the treatment of The Rainbow, and perhaps the thought that he had nothing more to lose gives that novel, Women in Love, its biting critical edge. Unable to go to America, the Lawrences moved, at the end of December 1915, to Cornwall. Settling for a time at Zennor, Lawrence, impoverished, worked on Women in Love – which he knew would not find a publisher in Britain – as well as a number of other pieces including poetry and short stories.
At the heart of literary modernism is the reformation of poetry and the novel, in particular. This resulted in an increased interest in the writer ’s medium alongside a preoccupation with the modern human subject. From the time he was first published, Lawrence enjoyed the support of a number of influential figures in the literary world. Writing after his death, his friend the critic and reviewer Catherine Carswell recalls his first novel, The White Peacock, as a succes d’estime and acknowledges Ford Madox Hueffer ’s influence with Heinemann in getting it into print (Carswell 1932: 6).
Lawrence: reminiscences and correspondence ). The visit was in part to introduce Lawrence to Buddhism, which interested the Brewsters (as did psychoanalysis [Letters IV: 279], about which Lawrence had by now written), but Lawrence was not engaged at all by his brief contact with Buddhist culture: ‘I shrewdly suspect that high-flownness of Buddhism altogether exists mostly on paper: and that its denial of the soul makes it always rather barren, even if philosophically etc more perfect’ (Letters IV: 218).
D.H. Lawrence: A Sourcebook (Complete Critical Guide to English Literature) by Fiona Becket