By Keith Cushman, Dennis Jackson
The fourteen full of life essays in D.H. Lawrence's Literary Inheritors show Lawrence's nice effect on twentieth-century fiction, poetry and drama. This unified assortment examines Lawrence's impact on such writers as Tennessee Williams, Sherwood Anderson, Norman Mailer, Eudora Welty, Margaret Drabble, Raymond Carver, Joyce Carol Oates, William Carlos Williams and W.H. Auden. The publication offers useful new views at the paintings of these whom Lawrence prompted and makes an unique contribution to the advanced, slippery suggestion of influence.
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Lawrence long fought accepting that he had tuberculosis, but he faced death 'with courage, he lived it out', as Frieda wrote in her Preface to I Rise in Flame: When finally it was over for him & he lay dead & still on his bed, in spite of my shock & my unbelief that he could ever die ... , I felt exultant for him & for me. He was dead, but he died unbroken, he had lived to the full in superb honesty & the pride of a man .... When I remember him now after all these years, it is as if a kind wind blew on my flame of life to make it burn brighter & he will do the same for others if they give him a chance.
We hold in our hearts the little flame of the future. 9 This vision of death as a vital continuation of life informs Williams's work no more than does Lawrence's vision of sexuality, however. Williams misread both fox and phoenix and thus created a world more limited than Lawrence's; his stress on endurance was less demanding than Lawrence's insistence on growth. Nevertheless, Williams's vision of fortitude, of understanding and tenderness, of valor in the face of defeat, remains one of the greatest achievements of the American theater.
6 In the next major project involving Lawrence, the adaptation of You Touched Me! on which Williams worked with Windham, Williams did try to achieve this balance between weapon and caress. While the adaptation continues to idealize Lawrence, there is an attempt to create a more balanced vision than in the earlier works, which stressed what Frieda Lawrence called (in her notes for I Rise) 'the elemental antagonism between men & women'. In 'Cried the Fox', Battle of Angels, and I Rise, Williams's sympathies clearly are with the male figure in this elemental antagonism.