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Author: Virginia Hyde
ISBN: 0271007761
Language: English
Pages: 286 pages
Category: History & Criticism
Publisher: Penn State University Press; 1St Edition edition (March 11, 1992)
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Hyde, Virginia (1992). Lawrence’s Revisionist Typology. From Shadows To Reality Studies In The Biblical Typology Of The Fathers. Translated by Hibberd, Wulstan. London: Burns and Oates.

In book: The Blackwell Companion to the Bible in English Literature, p. 54-666. D. Lawrence's Sons and Lovers: A Casebook. The Risen Adam: D. Lawrence's Revisionist Typology. Cite this publication. The Consciousness of D. Lawrence: An Intellectual Biography. The secret doctrine: The synthesis of science, religion, and philosophy: Anthropogenesis. The Visionary D. Lawrence: Beyond Philosophy and Art. Article.

Award Winner and author of The Risen Adam: D. Lawrence's Revisionist Typology, passed away on January 2nd of this year. She was 80. A service is planned to be held in Pullman Washington for Dr. Hyde on 1/18/19 at Kimball Funeral Home, 905 S Grand Ave, Pullman, WA 99163 at 2pm. We would like to ask for memorials in her name be forwarded to the DHLSNA, in lieu of flowers.

Lawrence's revisionist typology. Published 1992 by Pennsylvania State University Press in University Park, Pa. Written in English. Bible, Christian art and symbolism in literature, History, In literature, Medievalism, Middle Ages in literature, Religion, Typology (Theology) in literature, Medievalism in literature. Lawrence (1885-1930). Includes bibliographical references (p. -248) and index.

Hyde, Virginia (1992). Herbermann, Charles, ed. (1913). Scriptural Tropology. Catholic Encyclopaedia. Robert Appleton Company. On First Principles, in Readings in World Christian History (2013), p. 75. William R. Cook and Ronald B. Herzman (2001).

Professor Emeritus Virginia Hyde. Virginia Hyde specializes in nineteenth-century and twentieth-century British and Irish literature and is interested in Arthurian literature and graphic arts in literature.

Hyde, Virginia (31 January 2008). ISBN 978-0-271-02845-3.

Hyde, Virginia, The Risen Adam: D. Lawrence's Revisionist Typology (Univer-. sity Park, Pa: Pennsylvania University Press, 1992). Laurence, Dan H. and Nicholas Grene (eds), Shaw, Lady Gregory and the Ab-bey: A Correspondence and a Record (Gerrards Cross, Bucks.

The Risen Adam : D. Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9780271007762.

Showing Lawrence's familiarity with biblical typology from both written and visual sources, Virginia Hyde explores its many ironic and paradoxical versions in his works. She demonstrates his use of typological precursors of Christ, such as Adam and David, Moses and Aaron, and his development of a coherent cosmology centered on the cross and the Tree of Life. These features often take on radically revisionist meanings when informed by Lawrence's interests in theosophy and occult lore. Hyde fully recognized Lawrence's intensely dynamic style and examines the ways in which he works creatively with his models.

Hyde sheds new light on Lawrence's "leadership" views, linking them to patriarchal assumptions inherent in biblical typology. She utilizes manuscripts and sketches as well as his traditional works to show that a complex form of biblical symbolism affects both his form and content in unexpected ways. His symbols are often traceable to iconographic models with typological significance.

The Risen Adam includes pioneering treatments of the first Quetzalcoatl, the 1923 version of The Plumed Serpent, so different in part from the final novel as to form a separate creative effort. Hyde also offers provocative new readings of The Rainbow, Women in Love, Aaron's Rod, "The Border Line," The Plumed Serpent, David, The Man Who Died, Birds, Beasts and Flowers, and other works. The book is illustrated with artwork by Lawrence and with examples of the medieval and other iconography he knew.