Unveiling the Collective in Isolation: Thinking the Apocalypse with D. H. Lawrence - Stillpoint Magazine

Contradictions abound in the work of D.H. Lawrence. Every book, no matter its genre or subject matter, seems to interrogate the similarities between opposites that should-one would expect-cancel each other out. He has been called, at various stages of his life, a communist and a fascist, a pornographer and a poet.