"Tickets, Please" by D.H. Lawrence
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This paper discusses one of D.H. Lawrence's literary works, "Tickets, Please" which illustrates the phenomenon of women taking the place of men in the work force, during war time. The paper presents Lawrence's short description of the position that women are put into when they enter into a work force that is traditionally male. The relationships which evolve are described.
From the Paper:"The short story "Tickets, Please" by D.H. Lawrence is a tale of wartime Europe. The short description of the position that women are put into when they enter into a work force that is traditionally male is told in the real life style of Lawrence. In this story the representation of the "other" is the whole staff of the tram system. The staff consists of mostly crippled young men and girls who would normally not be working at all. In this story the girls fight back from the treatment they receive as well as from the emotional and social circumstances of the war."
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