Harbin Normal University, 150600, China
The Rocking-Horse Winner is one of D. H. Lawrence’s more famous short stories. In the form of modern fables, it described the tragic story of the little boy Paul who wanted to gain love by satisfying his mother’s greed for money, but failed and eventually lost his life. By analyzing the images in the article, we can expose the author’s hatred of the humanity distortion caused by industrial civilization to the people at that time.
The Rocking-Horse Winner; D. H. Lawrence; Images; Humanity distortion
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