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    Human relationships in D.H Lawrence's novels
    (Almaty, Suleyman demirel university - 2000, 2000) Kaplan Murat
    D.H. Lawrence, the renowned English author, is celebrated for his profound exploration of human relationships in his novels. This abstract offers a glimpse into the captivating examination of human connections within Lawrence's literary works.Lawrence's novels, such as "Sons and Lovers," "Women in Love," and "Lady Chatterley's Lover," portray a vivid tapestry of human relationships, encompassing the complexities of love, desire, and intimacy. Through his keen insight and compelling character development, Lawrence masterfully dissects the dynamics of family, friendships, and romantic liaisons.In his exploration of familial bonds, Lawrence delves into the intricate interplay between parents and children, revealing the impacts of upbringing and individual aspirations on these relationships. His portrayal of sibling interactions and their rivalries adds another layer of depth to the narrative.The author's depiction of romantic relationships is equally compelling, as he grapples with the desires and conflicts that often define human connections. Lawrence's characters struggle with societal norms, personal passions, and the quest for authenticity, giving rise to passionate and sometimes tumultuous love affairs. These relationships are often a mirror to the societal norms and class distinctions of the times in which Lawrence wrote.