Industrial Corruption: The main culprit for the relationship between Husband and wife in “Odour of Chrysanthemums”

Ya-min CAI


The relationship between man and woman is one of the main foci of D.H.Lawrence, a famous English writer. On the basis of a careful analysis of his short story--“Odor of Chrysanthemums”, the present writer tries to prove that the industrial corruption is the main culprit for the dead relationship between husband and wife, a major one of the relations between man and woman in human society.
Key words: relationship between husband and wife, industrial corruption, main culprit
Résumé: La relation entre l’homme et la femme est l’un des thèmes de D.H. Lawrence. A travers l’analyse minutieuse de son roman Odour of Chrysanthemums, l’auteur tente de prouver que la corruption industrielle est le coupable principal de l’aggravation de la relation entre la mari et la femme dans le roman, alors que le relation conjugale est l’une des relations importantes de la société humaine.
Mots-Clés: relation conjugale, corruption industrielle, coupable

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