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Women in Love

English · Paperback / Softback

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Women in Love is D.H Lawrence's sequel to The Rainbow, and is widely considered by critics to be
Lawrence's best novel. It tells the story of the young Brangwen sisters and
their struggles with relationships and power during the time leading up to the
first world war. Though controversial for its depictions of sexuality and the destructive
power of some relationships, Women in Love is considered one of the best
examples of twentieth century English literature ever written.

About the author










David Herbert Lawrence,
(1885-1930) more commonly known as D.H Lawrence was a
British writer and poet often surrounded by controversy. His works explored
issues of sexuality, emotional health, masculinity, and reflected on the
dehumanizing effects of industrialization. Lawrence’s opinions acquired him
many enemies, censorship, and prosecution. Because of this, he lived the
majority of his second half of life in a self-imposed exile. Despite the
controversy and criticism, he posthumously was championed for his artistic
integrity and moral severity.


Product details

Authors D. H. Lawrence, D.h. Lawrence
Publisher Ingram Publishers Services
 
Languages English
Product format Paperback / Softback
Released 21.09.2021
 
EAN 9781513270494
ISBN 978-1-5132-7049-4
No. of pages 470
Dimensions 127 mm x 203 mm x 25 mm
Weight 514 g
Illustrations Illustrationen, nicht spezifiziert
Series Mint Editions—Reading With Pride
Mint Editions (Reading With Pride)
Subjects Fiction > Narrative literature

FICTION / Romance / Historical / General, FICTION / Historical / World War I, Brangwen;English society;WWI;Rainbow;Ursula;male power, English society; Rainbow; WWI; male power; Ursula; Brangwen

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