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If language refers to the systems which are developed by a community of people in order to communicate their experience, Lawrence is to be regarded as someone who devises an individual speech combining different resources of English in a way that can alienate, estrange, or at least raise doubts and questions in his readers. However this creative use of language can also be considered as a means to enlighten the readers through the revelation of another reality behind appearances or reach another level of reality by way of an apparent abstruseness or incomprehensibility. Charles Norman New York: Collier Books, , All things exist as they are perceived; at least in relation to the percipient. It makes us the inhabitants of a world to which the familiar world is a chaos.
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