In 5 pages the author discusses 'The Horse Dealer's Daughter' by D. H. Lawrence. The conscious and subconscious of Mabel Pervin and Jack Fergusson, the two central characters, are juxtaposed. In reading this story one must look beneath the surface to understand what is going on. It is almost subliminal in its expressiveness. There are many points and counterpoints concerning relationships, love, and life, while the conscious and the subconscious intertwine. Their powers speak to the characters as well as to the reader. No additional sources cited.
Name of Research Paper File: D0_Horsedea.wps
Buy This Research Paper »
Back to Research Paper Results