She told her husband "if I can't get some of the rampion
, I shall die.
The Huxley character most frequently conflated with Lawrence is Mark Rampion
in Point Counter Point.
In Point Counter Point the exemplar of balanced reason and intuition is Rampion
who is also the spokesperson for ending class divisions so that a meritocracy would be favored over an aristocracy.
36) Even in 1928, however, Huxley's spokesperson, Mark Rampion
, struck a serious note: alter "cataloguing the horrors of the modern world," he predicted "the most appalling bust up" within ten years (PCP 430; italics added).
lauds "the sane and harmonious Greek man" who "tries to strike a balance" between body and mind, flesh and spirit (Huxley, Point Counter Point, 164.
Huxley's glaringly Lawrentian Rampion
, on the other hand, argues that
Lawrence's Aaron's Rod it helps to have a knowledge of the author's personal enmities, and to understand Aldous Huxley's Point Counter Point fully one should know, for instance, that the character of Mark Rampion
The only sympathetic characters in the novel are Mark Rampion
and his wife, Mary, idealized portraits of D.
After her visit to Teesport, Pacific Orca will sail down the east coast to the English Channel to work on the Rampion
Offshore Wind Farm project.
, which will have 116 turbines, is between eight and 16 miles out at sea.
In secret, Cress has located the Rampion
carrying Cinder and crew, including the handsome Carswell Throne, and sits waiting anxiously for them to try to contact her once more.