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"Gifted, but perverse" was the opinion of this reviewer, who considered the whole of D. H. Lawrence' writings up to 1922 in this review for CURRENT OPINION MAGAZINE:

"He is like those modern sculptors who, feeling that civilization has reached it's last refinement, and that there is no more work left for observation to do, have gone back to the crude beginnings of stone carving to learn again the essentials of their art..."

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D.H. Lawrence's Genius (Current Opinion, 1922)

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