Sons and Lovers-Use of setting
In Sons and Lovers, D.H. Lawrence uses setting to comment on a significant moment in the plot. The descriptive passage that stands out is the one at very end of the novel. Lawrence uses the setting to describe Paul Morel's release from the passionate love affair that he has with Miriam Leivers, his intense relationship with married Clare Dawes, and his powerful relationship with his possessive mother. In this setting, Lawrence uses the endless space around Paul, the tiny sparkling stars, and the comparison between darkness and light to show his desire to live.
Lawrence displays, Paul's…
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