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INTRODUCTION BY RICHARD ALDINGTON

main action. The first chapters are largely autobiographical, relating with almost prosaic literalness Lawrence's experiences and feelings and adventures when he first visited Mexico City, under the guidance of the American poet, Witter Bynner. True, this is one of the novels where Lawrence himself does not ostensibly appear as a character - as he does, for instance, in Women in Love, Aaron's Rod, and Kangaroo. But Kate is obviously Frieda Lawrence, whose experiences are his experiences, and who shows a most disconcerting ability to jump out of her own skin into his, with all his prejudices, phobias, and whims in quite furious action. Nor is it necessary to demonstrate how both Don Ramon and Don Cipriano waver and become expressions of one or more of Lawrence's innumerable selves.
The whole strange 'soul-adventure' had in real life a disastrous ending. Lawrence had decided that Lake Chapala was `too touristy', and to get as much of the flavour of `the real old Mexico' as possible he had gone to Oaxaca, 250 miles south of Mexico City. There, just as he finished the book, the awful old gods rose up and smote him. He went down badly with malaria and dysentery, which of course woke up the tubercles in his lungs, and as he lay helpless there came a great thunderstorm followed by an earthquake ... Frieda Lawrence had a terrible journey getting the almost dying man back to the United States, and he never returned to Mexico and its QUETZALCOATL.

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