- Tapa blanda: 418 páginas
- Editor: Angus & Robertson Childrens (1 de septiembre de 1993)
- Colección: Imprint Classics
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 0207171734
- ISBN-13: 978-0207171734
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Kangaroo: The Corrected Edition (Imprint Classics) (Inglés) Tapa blanda – 1 sep 1993
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Richard and Harriett Somers leave exhausted post-war Europe in search of a new and freer world. White Australia is given an aboriginal critique. This edition is the Seltzer edition, and includes Lawrence's corrections that were not included in previous editions of this work.
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have been going through a difficult time in his life and this could be reflected in his book.
A highly static novel with particularly dense writing
The sexual themes developed in Women in Love come out here more colloquially, but with the same semi-repressive energy written in Women in Love. Lady Chatterley's Lover will pick up the sexual theme and relate it more closely to the condition of England after World War I, Kangaroo anticipates this, and Lawrence also strives to justify his bisexuality as healthy even though not described with the amplitude of description in Lady Chatterley's Lover, or Women in Love, or The Rainbow, etc. If there is an attraction between two men, or two women the passion is explored but within boundaries that guard against the absence of reason or self-control on a very basic level. Hence, amiable flirtations are enough, and glances, simple touch between Jack and Somers represent Lawrence's liberated idea of same sex affinities. He has them and displays them. Kangaroo's own life is destabilized by not admitting his sexuality, and so Lawrence identifies him with an iconic animal of Australia, the kangaroo., a marsupial, ancient in origin, and biologically off the charts a bit.
A great book, and there are definitive landscape descriptions of Australia not be overlooked..fantastic insights all along the way.