Sons and Lovers Study Guide & Essays
Though D. H. Lawrence's third published novel, Sons and Lovers (1913) is largely autobiographical. The novel, which began as "Paul Morel," was sparked by the death of Lawrence's mother, Lydia. Lawrence reexamined his childhood, his relationship with his mother, and her psychological effect on his…
Sons and Lovers study guide contains a biography of D.H. Lawrence, literature essays, a complete e-text, quiz questions, major themes, characters, and a full summary and analysis.
- Sons and Lovers Summary
- About Sons and Lovers
- Character List
- Major Themes
- Summary and Analysis of Chapters 1-3
- Summary and Analysis of Chapters 4-6
- Summary and Analysis of Chapters 7-9
- Summary and Analysis of Chapters 10-12
- Overcoming Social and Economic Circumstances in 'Daughters of the Vicar'
- Postmodernism and Freudian Analysis
- Gender in Jude the Obscure and Sons and Lovers
- Use of Nature in Sons and Lovers
- A Mother’s Love: A Study of Love and Its Consequences in D.H. Lawrence’s Sons and Lovers (College)