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Berman, Jeffrey.  Narcissism and the Novel.  New York: New York University Press, 1990.  Print.

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Blanchard, Lydia.  “Women in Love: Mourning Becomes Narcissism.”  Mosaic 15 (1982).  105-18. Print.

Hinz, Evelyn J.  “‘The Rainbow’: Ursula’s ‘Liberation’.”  Contemporary Literature 17.1 (1976): 24-43.  JSTOR.  Web.  10 Sep. 2012.

Howe, Marguerite Beede.  The Art of the Self in D.H. Lawrence.  Athens: Ohio University Press, 1977.  Print.

Kernberg, Otto.  Borderline Conditions and Pathological Narcissism.  New York: Jason Aronson. 1975.  Print.

Kleinbard, David J.  “D.H. Lawrence and Ontological Insecurity.”  PMLA 89.1 (Jan. 1974): 154-63.  JSTOR.  Web.  10 Sep. 2012.

Kohut, Heinz.  The Analysis of the Self.  New York: International Universities Press, 1971.  Print.

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Lawrence, D.H.  The Rainbow.  London, England: Penguin Classics, 1915.  Print.

Levy, Eric P.  “Ontological Incoherence in ‘Women in Love’.”  College Literature 30.4 (2003): 156-65.  JSTOR.  Web.  10 Nov. 2011.

Ruderman, Judith.  D.H. Lawrence and the Devouring Mother.  Durnham: Duke University Press.  1984.  Print.

Schapiro, Barbara Ann.  D.H. Lawrence and the Paradoxes of Psychic Life.  New York: State University of New York. 1999.  Print.

Seeber, Hans Ulrich. “Utopian Mentality in George Eliot’s Middlemarch (1871/72) and in D.H. Lawrence’s The Rainbow (1915).” Utopian Studies, 6.1 (1995): 30-33.  JSTOR.  Web.  26 Mar. 2013.

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