English Language and Literature ETDs
Style appears elusively in the flashing shape of a conception. Ideally, the way a thing is thought of becomes the style in which it is expressed. Style is not the man; it is his thought. Lawrence's style is astonishing because he conceived of things in an astonishing way: in St. Mawr the sophisticated prose techniques are the mode of Lawrence's perception, the means of his discoveries.
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Cavitch, David. "St. Mawr: A Critical Study." (1959). https://digitalrepository.unm.edu/engl_etds/111