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The The Rocking-Horse Winner Community Note includes chapter-by-chapter summary and analysis, character list, theme list, historical context, author.

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    redmouse327 18 Jan 2017 06:57

    The following entry presents criticism of Lawrence''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''s short story "The Rocking-Horse Winner," first published in 1926 in the anthology The Ghost Book, edited by Lady Cynthia Asquith. See also D. H. Lawrence Short Story Criticism.

    The account of a young boy''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''s search for luck and love in an dispassionate world, "The Rocking-Horse Winner" is hailed by some critics as a technically perfect short story. Frequently anthologized and exhaustively analyzed, "The Rocking-Horse Winner" has scholars divided over interpretations—whether it is a social commentary on money and relationships in a capitalist society, a psychoanalytic exploration of sexuality and the Oedipus complex, or a simple fable of a boy searching for identity and love.

    A preoccupation with money was emblematic in Lawrence’s eyes of the obstacles that prevented a man and a woman from joining in a harmonious partnership built on a mutual understanding of each other’s needs. This utopian goal, which Lawrence recognized as difficult and relatively rarely achieved, was one of the central subjects of his work, and in his finest stories he examines and celebrates both the difficulties a couple has in reaching this goal and the ways in which it might become possible.

    As Paul approaches adolescence, his evolving sense of himself as a young man has been severely distorted by the psychic distress he feels in his home, where the unspoken phrase “ There must be more money ” represents an animistic projection of the psychological condition of the family. The love that Paul desires and that his mother needs is unavailable in the traditional family fashion, leading Paul to undertake his desperate efforts to change the situation.

    effect, there is a cause and for every cause, there is an effect. Paul is greatly effected by what his mother does and how she fe.

    in luck. The boy associates luck with money because his house seems to speak constantly of needing more money. He tells his mother.

    (2009, 11). The Rocking Horse Winner Theme Analysis. EssaysForStudent.com. Retrieved 11, 2009, from

    "The Rocking Horse Winner Theme Analysis" EssaysForStudent.com. 11 2009. 2009. 11 2009 .

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    organicduck191 17 Jan 2017 22:16

    The following entry presents criticism of Lawrence''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''s short story "The Rocking-Horse Winner," first published in 1926 in the anthology The Ghost Book, edited by Lady Cynthia Asquith. See also D. H. Lawrence Short Story Criticism.

    The account of a young boy''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''s search for luck and love in an dispassionate world, "The Rocking-Horse Winner" is hailed by some critics as a technically perfect short story. Frequently anthologized and exhaustively analyzed, "The Rocking-Horse Winner" has scholars divided over interpretations—whether it is a social commentary on money and relationships in a capitalist society, a psychoanalytic exploration of sexuality and the Oedipus complex, or a simple fable of a boy searching for identity and love.

    A preoccupation with money was emblematic in Lawrence’s eyes of the obstacles that prevented a man and a woman from joining in a harmonious partnership built on a mutual understanding of each other’s needs. This utopian goal, which Lawrence recognized as difficult and relatively rarely achieved, was one of the central subjects of his work, and in his finest stories he examines and celebrates both the difficulties a couple has in reaching this goal and the ways in which it might become possible.

    As Paul approaches adolescence, his evolving sense of himself as a young man has been severely distorted by the psychic distress he feels in his home, where the unspoken phrase “ There must be more money ” represents an animistic projection of the psychological condition of the family. The love that Paul desires and that his mother needs is unavailable in the traditional family fashion, leading Paul to undertake his desperate efforts to change the situation.

    effect, there is a cause and for every cause, there is an effect. Paul is greatly effected by what his mother does and how she fe.

    in luck. The boy associates luck with money because his house seems to speak constantly of needing more money. He tells his mother.

    (2009, 11). The Rocking Horse Winner Theme Analysis. EssaysForStudent.com. Retrieved 11, 2009, from

    "The Rocking Horse Winner Theme Analysis" EssaysForStudent.com. 11 2009. 2009. 11 2009.

    Bassett, the gardener, was the only friend and well wisher Paul had. It was Bassett who had introduced Paul to betting and gambling. But he was the one who cared for Paul and did not defraud him of any of his profits even though he had ample opportunity to do so. He was the only person in the family who gave Paul the respect and attention that was due to him. So, even though Bassett is a gardener, a mere servant, he shows more concern and caring for Paul than his own parents and relatives do.

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    redrabbit889 17 Jan 2017 22:50

    Avoid absolutes: "sure to follow" is not arguable.

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    Mary Perezа 18 Jan 2017 05:19

    The following entry presents criticism of Lawrence''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''s short story "The Rocking-Horse Winner," first published in 1926 in the anthology The Ghost Book, edited by Lady Cynthia Asquith. See also D. H. Lawrence Short Story Criticism.

    The account of a young boy''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''s search for luck and love in an dispassionate world, "The Rocking-Horse Winner" is hailed by some critics as a technically perfect short story. Frequently anthologized and exhaustively analyzed, "The Rocking-Horse Winner" has scholars divided over interpretations—whether it is a social commentary on money and relationships in a capitalist society, a psychoanalytic exploration of sexuality and the Oedipus complex, or a simple fable of a boy searching for identity and love.

    A preoccupation with money was emblematic in Lawrence’s eyes of the obstacles that prevented a man and a woman from joining in a harmonious partnership built on a mutual understanding of each other’s needs. This utopian goal, which Lawrence recognized as difficult and relatively rarely achieved, was one of the central subjects of his work, and in his finest stories he examines and celebrates both the difficulties a couple has in reaching this goal and the ways in which it might become possible.

    As Paul approaches adolescence, his evolving sense of himself as a young man has been severely distorted by the psychic distress he feels in his home, where the unspoken phrase “ There must be more money ” represents an animistic projection of the psychological condition of the family. The love that Paul desires and that his mother needs is unavailable in the traditional family fashion, leading Paul to undertake his desperate efforts to change the situation.

    effect, there is a cause and for every cause, there is an effect. Paul is greatly effected by what his mother does and how she fe.

    in luck. The boy associates luck with money because his house seems to speak constantly of needing more money. He tells his mother.

    (2009, 11). The Rocking Horse Winner Theme Analysis. EssaysForStudent.com. Retrieved 11, 2009, from

    "The Rocking Horse Winner Theme Analysis" EssaysForStudent.com. 11 2009. 2009. 11 2009 .

    Bassett, the gardener, was the only friend and well wisher Paul had. It was Bassett who had introduced Paul to betting and gambling. But he was the one who cared for Paul and did not defraud him of any of his profits even though he had ample opportunity to do so. He was the only person in the family who gave Paul the respect and attention that was due to him. So, even though Bassett is a gardener, a mere servant, he shows more concern and caring for Paul than his own parents and relatives do.

    If you are the original writer of this essay and no longer wish to have the essay published on the UK Essays website then please click on the link below to request removal:

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    Л:Ð どこパレ垢 18 Jan 2017 01:05

    The following entry presents criticism of Lawrence''''''''s short story "The Rocking-Horse Winner," first published in 1926 in the anthology The Ghost Book, edited by Lady Cynthia Asquith. See also D. H. Lawrence Short Story Criticism.

    The account of a young boy''''''''s search for luck and love in an dispassionate world, "The Rocking-Horse Winner" is hailed by some critics as a technically perfect short story. Frequently anthologized and exhaustively analyzed, "The Rocking-Horse Winner" has scholars divided over interpretations—whether it is a social commentary on money and relationships in a capitalist society, a psychoanalytic exploration of sexuality and the Oedipus complex, or a simple fable of a boy searching for identity and love.

    A preoccupation with money was emblematic in Lawrence’s eyes of the obstacles that prevented a man and a woman from joining in a harmonious partnership built on a mutual understanding of each other’s needs. This utopian goal, which Lawrence recognized as difficult and relatively rarely achieved, was one of the central subjects of his work, and in his finest stories he examines and celebrates both the difficulties a couple has in reaching this goal and the ways in which it might become possible.

    As Paul approaches adolescence, his evolving sense of himself as a young man has been severely distorted by the psychic distress he feels in his home, where the unspoken phrase “ There must be more money ” represents an animistic projection of the psychological condition of the family. The love that Paul desires and that his mother needs is unavailable in the traditional family fashion, leading Paul to undertake his desperate efforts to change the situation.

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    макашова 18 Jan 2017 07:33

    The following entry presents criticism of Lawrence''''''''''''''''s short story "The Rocking-Horse Winner," first published in 1926 in the anthology The Ghost Book, edited by Lady Cynthia Asquith. See also D. H. Lawrence Short Story Criticism.

    The account of a young boy''''''''''''''''s search for luck and love in an dispassionate world, "The Rocking-Horse Winner" is hailed by some critics as a technically perfect short story. Frequently anthologized and exhaustively analyzed, "The Rocking-Horse Winner" has scholars divided over interpretations—whether it is a social commentary on money and relationships in a capitalist society, a psychoanalytic exploration of sexuality and the Oedipus complex, or a simple fable of a boy searching for identity and love.

    A preoccupation with money was emblematic in Lawrence’s eyes of the obstacles that prevented a man and a woman from joining in a harmonious partnership built on a mutual understanding of each other’s needs. This utopian goal, which Lawrence recognized as difficult and relatively rarely achieved, was one of the central subjects of his work, and in his finest stories he examines and celebrates both the difficulties a couple has in reaching this goal and the ways in which it might become possible.

    As Paul approaches adolescence, his evolving sense of himself as a young man has been severely distorted by the psychic distress he feels in his home, where the unspoken phrase “ There must be more money ” represents an animistic projection of the psychological condition of the family. The love that Paul desires and that his mother needs is unavailable in the traditional family fashion, leading Paul to undertake his desperate efforts to change the situation.

    effect, there is a cause and for every cause, there is an effect. Paul is greatly effected by what his mother does and how she fe.

    in luck. The boy associates luck with money because his house seems to speak constantly of needing more money. He tells his mother.

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    heavymouse279 18 Jan 2017 01:05

    The following entry presents criticism of Lawrence's short story "The Rocking-Horse Winner," first published in 1926 in the anthology The Ghost Book, edited by Lady Cynthia Asquith. See also D. H. Lawrence Short Story Criticism.

    The account of a young boy's search for luck and love in an dispassionate world, "The Rocking-Horse Winner" is hailed by some critics as a technically perfect short story. Frequently anthologized and exhaustively analyzed, "The Rocking-Horse Winner" has scholars divided over interpretations—whether it is a social commentary on money and relationships in a capitalist society, a psychoanalytic exploration of sexuality and the Oedipus complex, or a simple fable of a boy searching for identity and love.

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    organiccat105 18 Jan 2017 06:03

    The Rocking-Horse Winner Homework Help Questions. What is the central and most important irony in "The Rocking-Horse Winner"? To my mind, at least, the central irony.

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    Доня Трамп 18 Jan 2017 06:18

    The following entry presents criticism of Lawrence''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''s short story "The Rocking-Horse Winner," first published in 1926 in the anthology The Ghost Book, edited by Lady Cynthia Asquith. See also D. H. Lawrence Short Story Criticism.

    The account of a young boy''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''s search for luck and love in an dispassionate world, "The Rocking-Horse Winner" is hailed by some critics as a technically perfect short story. Frequently anthologized and exhaustively analyzed, "The Rocking-Horse Winner" has scholars divided over interpretations—whether it is a social commentary on money and relationships in a capitalist society, a psychoanalytic exploration of sexuality and the Oedipus complex, or a simple fable of a boy searching for identity and love.

    A preoccupation with money was emblematic in Lawrence’s eyes of the obstacles that prevented a man and a woman from joining in a harmonious partnership built on a mutual understanding of each other’s needs. This utopian goal, which Lawrence recognized as difficult and relatively rarely achieved, was one of the central subjects of his work, and in his finest stories he examines and celebrates both the difficulties a couple has in reaching this goal and the ways in which it might become possible.

    As Paul approaches adolescence, his evolving sense of himself as a young man has been severely distorted by the psychic distress he feels in his home, where the unspoken phrase “ There must be more money ” represents an animistic projection of the psychological condition of the family. The love that Paul desires and that his mother needs is unavailable in the traditional family fashion, leading Paul to undertake his desperate efforts to change the situation.

    effect, there is a cause and for every cause, there is an effect. Paul is greatly effected by what his mother does and how she fe.

    in luck. The boy associates luck with money because his house seems to speak constantly of needing more money. He tells his mother.

    (2009, 11). The Rocking Horse Winner Theme Analysis. EssaysForStudent.com. Retrieved 11, 2009, from

    "The Rocking Horse Winner Theme Analysis" EssaysForStudent.com. 11 2009. 2009. 11 2009.

    Bassett, the gardener, was the only friend and well wisher Paul had. It was Bassett who had introduced Paul to betting and gambling. But he was the one who cared for Paul and did not defraud him of any of his profits even though he had ample opportunity to do so. He was the only person in the family who gave Paul the respect and attention that was due to him. So, even though Bassett is a gardener, a mere servant, he shows more concern and caring for Paul than his own parents and relatives do.

    If you are the original writer of this essay and no longer wish to have the essay published on the UK Essays website then please click on the link below to request removal:

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    Za Jenata 17 Jan 2017 22:39

    The following entry presents criticism of Lawrence''s short story "The Rocking-Horse Winner," first published in 1926 in the anthology The Ghost Book, edited by Lady Cynthia Asquith. See also D. H. Lawrence Short Story Criticism.

    The account of a young boy''s search for luck and love in an dispassionate world, "The Rocking-Horse Winner" is hailed by some critics as a technically perfect short story. Frequently anthologized and exhaustively analyzed, "The Rocking-Horse Winner" has scholars divided over interpretations—whether it is a social commentary on money and relationships in a capitalist society, a psychoanalytic exploration of sexuality and the Oedipus complex, or a simple fable of a boy searching for identity and love.

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    Коммерсантъ Compte certifié 18 Jan 2017 05:08

    The information in this online study guide for the story should help you with your answer: http://www.cummingsstudyguides.net/Guides5/RockingHorse.html Scroll down the web page to the section headed Themes. If you need more than what is offered in the link cited above, I recommend you go to your local public library and ask a reference librarian help you find more analysis of the short story either in printed books or using one of the electronic databases to which the library subscribes and which may have full-text journal/periodical articles analyzing the story. Many of the databases to which the library subscribes are probably accessible with your home computer through the library web pages with your valid library card. Librarians--Ask Us, We Answer! Find your local Public Library at: http://www.publiclibraries.com/ Find your College/University Library at: http://lists.webjunction.org/libweb/Academic_main.html Best wishes

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    клуб интернет интриг 18 Jan 2017 08:03

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    yellowlion304 17 Jan 2017 23:13

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    Без Посредников 18 Jan 2017 01:41

    The following entry presents criticism of Lawrence''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''s short story "The Rocking-Horse Winner," first published in 1926 in the anthology The Ghost Book, edited by Lady Cynthia Asquith. See also D. H. Lawrence Short Story Criticism.

    The account of a young boy''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''s search for luck and love in an dispassionate world, "The Rocking-Horse Winner" is hailed by some critics as a technically perfect short story. Frequently anthologized and exhaustively analyzed, "The Rocking-Horse Winner" has scholars divided over interpretations—whether it is a social commentary on money and relationships in a capitalist society, a psychoanalytic exploration of sexuality and the Oedipus complex, or a simple fable of a boy searching for identity and love.

    A preoccupation with money was emblematic in Lawrence’s eyes of the obstacles that prevented a man and a woman from joining in a harmonious partnership built on a mutual understanding of each other’s needs. This utopian goal, which Lawrence recognized as difficult and relatively rarely achieved, was one of the central subjects of his work, and in his finest stories he examines and celebrates both the difficulties a couple has in reaching this goal and the ways in which it might become possible.

    As Paul approaches adolescence, his evolving sense of himself as a young man has been severely distorted by the psychic distress he feels in his home, where the unspoken phrase “ There must be more money ” represents an animistic projection of the psychological condition of the family. The love that Paul desires and that his mother needs is unavailable in the traditional family fashion, leading Paul to undertake his desperate efforts to change the situation.

    effect, there is a cause and for every cause, there is an effect. Paul is greatly effected by what his mother does and how she fe.

    in luck. The boy associates luck with money because his house seems to speak constantly of needing more money. He tells his mother.

    (2009, 11). The Rocking Horse Winner Theme Analysis. EssaysForStudent.com. Retrieved 11, 2009, from

    "The Rocking Horse Winner Theme Analysis" EssaysForStudent.com. 11 2009. 2009. 11 2009 .

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    Олимпија  👑 18 Jan 2017 02:24

    The following entry presents criticism of Lawrence''''s short story "The Rocking-Horse Winner," first published in 1926 in the anthology The Ghost Book, edited by Lady Cynthia Asquith. See also D. H. Lawrence Short Story Criticism.

    The account of a young boy''''s search for luck and love in an dispassionate world, "The Rocking-Horse Winner" is hailed by some critics as a technically perfect short story. Frequently anthologized and exhaustively analyzed, "The Rocking-Horse Winner" has scholars divided over interpretations—whether it is a social commentary on money and relationships in a capitalist society, a psychoanalytic exploration of sexuality and the Oedipus complex, or a simple fable of a boy searching for identity and love.