Lecture: D.H. Lawrence, Founder of Classic Modern Literature
October 1 @ 8:00 pm – 9:30 pm
David Herbert Lawrence (1885-1930) was English writer and poet whose work often reflected upon the modern degradation of humanity. As a result of his representations of human desire and instinct, reaction to his work was almost unanimously hostile. Shortly after World War I, Lawrence left England, embarking upon what he termed his “savage pilgrimage”. Throughout his life Lawrence wrote poetry, fiction, criticism and drama. His best known work is the novel Lady Chatterly’s Lover.
This is the fourth lecture in the series Gnosis in Art and Literature.
Dr. Hoeller has presented weekly lectures for more than 30 years, and continues to impart valuable and unique insights on Gnosticism, C. G. Jung, mysticism, magic, alchemy and subjects relating to wisdom in culture and history.
Lectures are sponsored in part by the Theosophical Society – Besant Lodge of Hollywood.
Due to unpredictable government restrictions imposed upon religious practice, first-time attendees are advised to call (323) 467-2685 in advance.