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Lady Chatterley's Lover

By D.H. Lawrence
Lady Chatterley's Lover by D.H. Lawrence digital book - Fable

Publisher Description

From banned to best seller!

When first published privately in Italy, in 1928, Lady Chatterley’s Lover was too risqué for readers and was considered unprintable. It wasn’t until three decades later, in 1960, that the novel could be printed openly in the United Kingdom. Much debate has gone into what constitutes erotic literature; but whether the novel was about a scandalous affair or a quest for purity, or about the class system and social conflict, one needs to read it for oneself to find the message that lies within.

 

Lady Chatterley’s Lover is a hallmark of sensual literary prose.

 

Lady Chatterley’s Lover will surely pique the interest and curiosity of the most discerning of readers.

 

 

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Slightly Smiling Face“In the author’s own words, “Life is only bearable when the mind and the body are in harmony, and there is a natural balance between them, and each has a natural respect for the other.””
Believable charactersCharacters change and growColorful personalities
Thinking Face“This is a provocative story about social class structures and sexual dynamics between men and women. While I did not find the plot surprising. I was taken aback by Lawrence’s bold writing style. He truly lays it out for the reader quickly and unapologetically. I found the prose beautiful. I also throughly enjoyed the floral references and descriptions of the forest. Even though I am not sure I’ll read this again I do see it’s appeal.”
FloweryPoeticComplexTragicDescriptiveRomanticThought-provokingSlow plot
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Multi-layered charactersEasy to readOriginal writingRomanticThrillingDescriptiveEnchantingEnlighteningHopefulMeaningful

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