Metaphor, Dialogue, and Characterization in Three D.H. Lawrence Novels
literature, D.H. Lawrence, metaphor, dialogue, character development, narrative structure
Comparative Literature | English Language and Literature | Technical and Professional Writing
Stylistic analysis is a very broad term. A stylistic analysis could legitimately involve any number of areas of study--theme, characterization, language, paragraph structure. My interest in D.H. Lawrence's style has led me to focus on two narrative structures, extended metaphor and dialogue. I intend to explore these structures carefully, particularly emphasizing their impact on characterization. I will examine three of Lawrence's novels, Sons and Lovers, The Rainbow, and Women in Love, in my discussion.
Department 1 Awarding Honors Status
English: Literature and Writing
Wilson, S. (1984). Metaphor, Dialogue, and Characterization in Three D.H. Lawrence Novels (Undergraduate honors thesis, University of Redlands). Retrieved from https://inspire.redlands.edu/cas_honors/419