The article seeks to show how both Hardy and Lawrence's work is influenced and shaped by the positions they habitually take, both in their writing and their lives with relation to the semantic polarities, 'fear and courage', 'good and evil'. This is a lengthy attempt to draw on work in systemic psychology and particularly positioning theory to analyse reader response to certain classic texts.

Fear and Courage Versus Good and Evil: warring polarities in the writings of Thomas Hardy and D.H.Lawerence, 2010.

Fear and Courage Versus Good and Evil: warring polarities in the writings of Thomas Hardy and D.H.Lawerence

Parks, Tim
2010

Abstract

The article seeks to show how both Hardy and Lawrence's work is influenced and shaped by the positions they habitually take, both in their writing and their lives with relation to the semantic polarities, 'fear and courage', 'good and evil'. This is a lengthy attempt to draw on work in systemic psychology and particularly positioning theory to analyse reader response to certain classic texts.
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This is a book that brings the theories of systemic psychology and positioning theory to literary criticism.
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