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The Plumed serpent, (Quetzalcoatl); introduction by William York Tindall

Touring Mexico, Kate Leslie is at first repelled by its "primitive" culture and the fervor of the country in the throes of the Mexican Revolution. When she meets Mexican general Don Cipriano, though, everything changes. He and the philosophical Don RamIn introduce Kate to their primeval religious beliefs, and Kate surrenders to a side of herself she did not know was there. The Plumed Serpent was written in author D.H. Lawrence's distinctive style, exploring the hidden desires and behaviors present in all of us. The novel was penned while the author was living in New Mexico on what is now the D.H. Lawrence Ranch. HarperPerennial Classics brings great works of literature to life in digital format, upholding the highest standards in ebook production and celebrating reading in all its forms. Look for more titles in the HarperPerennial Classics collection to build your digital library.

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  • "Story of the mystical side of Mexican life and an attempt to revive the native religion."
  • ""Quetzalcoatl was written during Lawrence's first stay in Mexico, in May and June 1923, and registers his initial responses to those aspects of Mexican landscape, religion, politics and culture which would fascinate him over the following two years. On leaving Mexico in July 1923, he described Quetzalcoatl as 'nearly finished', intending to revise it later, but in the event actually rewrote it almost completely, and it was published as The Plumed Serpent in 1926. This is the first scholarly edition of the original manuscripts and typescripts of Quetzalcoatl, and includes a record of all revisions Lawrence made in the course of writing it, detailed explanatory notes and an introduction outlining its compositional history. With the publication of this volume, all Lawrence's novels, in their first, intermediate and final versions, are now available in the Cambridge edition"--"
  • "Touring Mexico, Kate Leslie is at first repelled by its "primitive" culture and the fervor of the country in the throes of the Mexican Revolution. When she meets Mexican general Don Cipriano, though, everything changes. He and the philosophical Don RamIn introduce Kate to their primeval religious beliefs, and Kate surrenders to a side of herself she did not know was there. The Plumed Serpent was written in author D.H. Lawrence's distinctive style, exploring the hidden desires and behaviors present in all of us. The novel was penned while the author was living in New Mexico on what is now the D.H. Lawrence Ranch. HarperPerennial Classics brings great works of literature to life in digital format, upholding the highest standards in ebook production and celebrating reading in all its forms. Look for more titles in the HarperPerennial Classics collection to build your digital library."@en
  • "D. H. Lawrence's fantastic tale of bullfighting, revolution and ancient cults. Kate Leslie, a tourist in Mexico during the Mexican Revolution, meets a Mexican general, Don Cipriano, and his influential landowner friend Don Ramon, who she discovers are attempting to resurrect an ancient cult."
  • ""Quetzalcoatl was written during Lawrence's first stay in Mexico, in May and June 1923, and registers his initial responses to those aspects of Mexican landscape, religion, politics and culture which would fascinate him over the following two years. On leaving Mexico in July 1923, he described Quetzalcoatl as 'nearly finished', intending to revise it later, but in the event actually rewrote it almost completely, and it was published as The Plumed Serpent in 1926. This is the first scholarly edition of the original manuscripts and typescripts of Quetzalcoatl, and includes a record of all revisions Lawrence made in the course of writing it, detailed explanatory notes and an introduction outlining its compositional history. With the publication of this volume, all Lawrence's novels, in their first, intermediate and final versions, are now available in the Cambridge edition.""
  • "Verhaal spelend in Mexico, waar de heterogene bevolking een bindende kracht nodig heeft om tot een sterke natie uit te groeien en, welke kracht volgens de schrijver gevonden wordt in de herleving van de oude cultus van de geverde slang."
  • "Written during the most flourishing period of D. H. Lawrence's career, 'The Plumed Serpent' is a novel of ritual and romance set in Mexico during the 1920s, a story both beautiful and strange. Kate Leslie, an Irishwoman, is at once repelled and fascinated by the spell of Mexico, homesick and yet unable to leave. With the ancient rites of the lost god Quetzalcoatl, she marries Don Cipriano, an Indian, and becomes wedded not only to him but also to a history full of terror and blood, to a land without shadows or mist."

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