In Sons and Lovers, the author used the phrase "Only Connect." Why?

In Sons and Lovers, the author used the phrase "Only Connect." Why?

In Sons and Lovers, the author used the phrase "Only Connect." Why?

In Sons and Lovers, the author used the phrase "Only Connect." Why?

One of the people paul Morel had difficulty connecting to in the novel Sons and Lovers by D. H. Lawrence was Miriam. When the young boy paul first meets Miriam, the two young people seem like soul mates. They appear to think alike, dream alike and experience spirituality in a similar kind of way. But Miriam is too heavily into the spiritual side of her personality for Paul. He finds her thoughtful, profound personality very wearing but she gets under his skin in a special kind of way and he cannot do without her either, as he respects her mind, her reading and her sensitivity. He wishes he could have the best of both worlds in that Miriam could also be passionate and physically and emotionally demonstrative. Then he could “connect” with her more easily.
In Sons and Lovers, the author used the phrase "Only Connect." Why?
In Sons and Lovers, the author used the phrase "Only Connect." Why?
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In Sons and Lovers, the author used the phrase "Only Connect." Why?
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