Characterizes his aesthetic as primitivistic. British mechanistic world and world of nature and sexuality. Close relationship between Lawrence's career as a writer and his own life. Central issue of sexuality in Lawrence's novels and stories. The love affairs of WOMEN IN LOVE. Elements of sexual passion. "The Odor of Chrysanthemums" as a story of decay, a reflection of industrial society.
The Glass Menagerie and Night of the Iguana
This analysis provides a discussion of how “The Glass Menagerie” and “Night of the Iguana” uses symbolism and imagery associated with nature – mixed with recurrent themes of mental illness, loneliness, alcoholism, and fear.
TWO ENGLISH SHORT STORIES.
D.H. Lawrence's "THE ROCKING HORSE WINNER" and Graham Greene's "THE DESTRUCTORS." Compares and contrasts the stories in terms of theme and protagonists. Common theme of how destructive upheavals in society lead to violence. Impact of false values on main character in Lawrence's story. Impact of war and change on main character of Greene's story. Outline.
"SONS & LOVERS".
Autobiographical elements in main character's relationships & novel's themes.
Compares & contrasts D. H. Lawrence's "The Rocking Horse Winner" & "Graham Greene's "The Destructors" in terms of theme, plot, characters, setting, author's purpose. Outline.
Increasing the Relevance of Business Schools
This paper discusses the relevance of emotional intelligence in business schools, including the many benefits of EI and why it is important in a globalized society characterized by diversit.
BLACK WOMEN WRITERS.
Examines racial & gender issues in works by Alice Walker ("The Color Purple"), Tsitsi Dangarembga ("Nervous Conditions"), Avey Johnson ("Praisesong for the Widow"), Gayl Jones ("Corregidora") & Michelle Cliff ("Abeng").