RUPA CLASSICS: THE MAN WHO DIED

THE MAN WHO DIED
By (author)D H LAWRENCE

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D. H. Lawrence’s The Man Who Died is a story about Jesus’ resurrection and what he does after returning to life. It is a painful and bewildering experience for him. Here Lawrence knocks down the popular image of Christ and makes him human. Jesus falls in love with a priestess of the pagan Goddess Isis and understands for the first time what ‘god is love’ means. Christ who emerges from this book is a demythologized one, shorn of all his God-like paraphernalia.


ISBN: 8129104482
Publisher: RUPA & CO
Subtitle: THE MAN WHO DIED
Author: D H LAWRENCE

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8129104482

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2004

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80

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English short-story writer, novelist, poet, essayist, and critic, David Herbert Lawrence (1885-1930) was a controversial figure from the beginning to the end of his career. His works are notable for their passionate intensity and for a sensuality that centres on, but is not limited to, the erotic. Although his literary career spanned only two decades, the body of work is considerable including novels like Sons and Lovers, Women in Love, Lady Chatterley’s Lover and some of the best short stories in the genre.

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