The Metaphysics of Mass Art: Cultural Ontology: Mysticism, Mexico and English Literature

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Both volumes 24A and 24B by the author examine the notion of representation within the context of the Americas, using this approach with reference to literature and film. This volume aims to establish whether a correlation exists between the representation of the Mexican in English narratives and the spiritual development of various characters within selected texts. Central focus is D. H. Lawrence's 1926 novel, . Lee is a scholar in American studies and history. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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Table of Contents

Foreword
Preface
Acknowledgements
Introduction 1
1 Early Developments 13
Introduction: England's 'New World' 13
1.1 The preliminary Gage: the priest 14
1.2 Military mapping: the warrior 24
1.3 Ignatio the 'Indian': the noble priest and warrior 33
1.4 Conclusions 43
2 Associated Analyses 47
2.1 Introduction: The Plumed Serpent, antecedents 47
2.2 Critical interpretations 50
2.3 Religious background 53
2.4 Philosophical influences 57
2.4.1 Nietzsche 58
2.4.2 St. John of the Cross 61
3 Lawrence's Whiteness 67
3.1 Kate Leslie, Mexico and mysticism 67
3.1.1 Mexico in the abstract and Mexico as mob 70
3.1.2 Kate and her demon lover 88
3.1.3 Kate and the Mexican boss 101
3.1.4 Kate and women 108
3.1.5 The visiting queen and her subjects 114
3.2 Conclusions 124
Conclusions 131
Bibliography 139
Index 145
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