To Lawrence's earnest, undogmatic seeking, Burack brings expertise in modes of religious exploration: he is, in addition to his scholarly work, a professional guide in meditation and in the pursuit of "inner peace" (see charlesburack.com/innerwork). By providing a Kabbalistic frame of reference for The Rainbow (1915) and one of yogic discourse for Women in Love (1920), by teasing out some of the more arcane allusions of The Plumed Serpent (1926), and by turning an expert eye to what he calls the "hierophantic patterns" (9) of destruction and creation in Lady Chatterley's Lover (1928), Burack provides a knowledgeable perspective upon four major works.
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