According to Daniel R. Schwartz, the narrator is an apologist to Mrs. Morel and an adversary to Miriam. Explain this critical comment in simple language.
D. H. Lawrence 's novel is primarily concerned with Paul Morel, who has a complicated relationship with his mother. Lawrence uses a third-person narrator who is basically omniscient and tends to be neutral and detached. At times, however, the narrator intrudes further into the characters' thoughts and feelings than the reader might expect. These intrusions or...
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