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BYU Studies Quarterly

BYU Studies Quarterly

Abstract

If a reader judged D. H. Lawrence's "Snake" based solely on its form, the poem could easily be disregarded. However, Lawrence's intense effort to capture a moment of enlightenment and the reader's emotional involvement in the poem overcome Lawrence's supposed inattention to form and show that there is much to be appreciated in "Snake."

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