Marxism and Sons and Lovers

Hussein Theeb Albakrawi, Mutasim Mahadeen


This paper presents a new reading of Lawrence's Sons and Lovers, and from a Marxist angel of vision. Many critical readings have been introduced to the public dealing mainly with the themes of sexuality, feminism and psychology.  This study tries to read the text in the light of other social forces that manipulated and shaped the identity of society in the twentieth century such as the interwoven clash between the materialistic and social identities within the fabric of the English society and how these forces played a key role in identity of the novel.

Keywords: Marxism,   base , superstructure

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