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" She listened, making out what he said. She knew, as well as he knew, that words themselves do not convey meaning, that they are but a gesture we make, a dumb show like any other. "
The Dialect of the Tribe: Speech and Community in Modern Fiction - Page 114
de Margery Sabin - 1987 - 320 pages
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Women in Love

David Herbert Lawrence - 1923 - 548 pages
...the old defences and the old body gone, and new air around one, that has never been breathed before." She listened, making out what he said. She knew, as...drew back, even though her desire sent her forward. "But," she said gravely, "didn't you say you wanted something that was not love — something beyond...
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Women in Love

D. H. Lawrence - 1987 - 633 pages
...the old defences and the old body gone, a new air around one, that has never been breathed before." She listened, making out what he said. She knew, as...we make, a dumb show like any other. And she seemed 30 to feel his gesture through her blood, and she drew back, even though her desire sent her forward....
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D. H. Lawrence: Language and Being

Michael Bell - 1992 - 246 pages
...conversation with Gudrun; in response to Birkin we find instead: She listened, making out what she said. She knew, as well as he knew, that words themselves...drew back, even though her desire sent her forward. (Women in Love, p. 186) Language, it seems, is compelling in its power to falsify and confuse while...
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The First 'Women in Love'

D. H. Lawrence - 2002 - 592 pages
...the old defences and the old body gone, a new air around one, that has never been breathed before." She listened, making out what he said. She knew, as well as he 35 knew, that words themselves do not convey meaning, that they are but a gesture we make, a dumb show...
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Technique and Sensibility in the Fiction and Poetry of Raymond Carver

Arthur F. Bethea - 2001 - 326 pages
...have vulgarised it" (26). According to the third-person narrator, Ursula "knew, as well as" Birkin "knew, that words themselves do not convey meaning,...but a gesture we make, a dumb show like any other" (185). Lawrence privileges the right kind of touching, a physical union that allows for a mysterious...
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Germany as Model and Monster: Allusions in English Fiction, 1830s-1930s

Gisela Argyle - 2002 - 257 pages
...literary teaching into the novel. Discussing the possibility of regeneration, Birkin and Ursula are aware "that words themselves do not convey meaning, that they are but a gesture we make . . . Yet it must be spoken." Ursula also fears words "because she knew that mere wordforce could always...
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Women in Love

D. H. Lawrence - 2005 - 662 pages
...the old defences and the old body gone, and new air around one, that has never been breathed before.' She listened, making out what he said. She knew, as...not convey meaning, that they are but a gesture we 249 make, a dumb show like any other. And she seemed to feel his gesture through her blood, and she...
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An Exploration of a New Poetic Expression Beyond Dichotomy

Shin'ichiro Ishikawa - 2004 - 404 pages
...where Ursula, who "listened, making out what he [Burkin] said" half attentively, is said to have known "that words themselves do not convey meaning, that...but a gesture we make, a dumb show like any other" (186). Lawrence is aware of fragility under the superficial authority of language and the sun. The...
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