Review of Bridget Chalk, “I am not England”: narrative and national identity in Aaron's Rod and Sea and Sardinia, Journal of Modern Literature, 31: 4, Summer 2008, 54-70

Gerri Kimber

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Article review: This fascinating essay by Bridget Chalk offers a new reading of one of D.H. Lawrence’s most problematic novels, Aaron’s Rod (1922), seeing it as ‘a kind of inverse bildungsroman’, demonstrating ‘how Lawrence attempts to undo the socializing work of the novel of development’ (p. 68, n.11)
Original languageEnglish
JournalAnnotated Bibliography of English Studies
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jul 2011

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Modern Literature
National Identity
England
Chalk
Sardinia
Novel
Narrative Identity
Bildungsroman
D. H. Lawrence

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