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DAVID HERBERT LAWRENCE ON THE CONCEPTION OF DARK GOD

Title
DAVID HERBERT LAWRENCE ON THE CONCEPTION OF DARK GOD
Authors
김순희
Issue Date
1968
Department/Major
대학원 영어영문학과
Publisher
Graduate School of Ewah Womans University
Degree
Master
Abstract
Repeatedly to speak, a being which has the meaning of polarity is great because of the possibility of their being consummate into a spark of oneness, the gleam of the Holy Ghost. In this completeness of existence bliss can be experienced. This is what Lawrence was longing for the living human experience, the totality and completeness of human experience. To reach the supremity of consummation and completeness, as it were, the union of opposites in polarity, Dark God must be contacted in the unconscious which is a state where the spirit does not come yet from the womb of the flesh. So, the way to save the modern people who have been under influence of the Christian doctrine of the spiritual love is to restore their sexuality. It is his doctrine of sensual love. But sensual love in the Law-rentian concept of love is seen as the negation of Christian love which permits only the spiritual. His essential intention is to establish the polarity in love between a man and a woman by reviving 'love through flesh' which has not been estimated fairly. Besides the sacred love Lawrence permits there is also the profane love, at least in the case of love between a man and a woman. And this well-connected polarity is his favorable antediluvian world. So the primitive world where Dark God is the king is the world where the spirit and the flesh are reconciled well. From the point of view that love is to save the modern people, his attempt is trying to show how two people bound together in the flesh.
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