Lady Chatterley's Lover

Lady Chatterley's Lover By D.H. Lawrence, Lady Chatterley s Lover Lyric and sensual D H Lawrence s last novel is one of the major works of fiction of the twentieth century Filled with scenes of intimate beauty explores the emotions of a lonely woman trapped in a s
  • Title: Lady Chatterley's Lover
  • Author: D.H. Lawrence
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  • Lady Chatterley's Lover By D.H. Lawrence, Lyric and sensual, D.H Lawrence s last novel is one of the major works of fiction of the twentieth century Filled with scenes of intimate beauty, explores the emotions of a lonely woman trapped in a sterile marriage and her growing love for the robust gamekeeper of her husband s estate The most controversial of Lawrence s books, Lady Chatterly s Lover joyously affirms tLyric and sensual, D.H Lawrence s last novel is one of the major works of fiction of the twentieth century Filled with scenes of intimate beauty, explores the emotions of a lonely woman trapped in a sterile marriage and her growing love for the robust gamekeeper of her husband s estate The most controversial of Lawrence s books, Lady Chatterly s Lover joyously affirms the author s vision of individual regeneration through sexual love The book s power, complexity, and psychological intricacy make this a completely original work a triumph of passion, an erotic celebration of life.
    Lady Chatterley's Lover By D.H. Lawrence, Lady Chatterley s Lover TV Movie Sep , Holliday Grainger s real life boyfriend, Harry Treadaway appears in this film, albeit uncredited They play Lady Constance Chatterley and Man who Lady Chatterley s Lover Jun , Ironically, about twelve years after this film was made, Russell ended up directing another version of Lady Chatterley s Lover, entitled Lady Chatterley , which was also released theatrically in some territories such as Australia See Lady Chatterley s Lover Summary SparkNotes Lady Chatterley s Lover begins by introducing Connie Reid, the female protagonist of the novel She was raised as a cultured bohemian of the upper middle class, and was introduced to love affairs intellectual and sexual liaisons as a teenager In , at , she marries Clifford Chatterley, the scion of an aristocratic line.
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    1. D.H. Lawrence

      David Herbert Richards Lawrence was an English writer of the 20th century, whose prolific and diverse output included novels, short stories, poems, plays, essays, travel books, paintings, translations, literary criticism and personal letters His collected works represent an extended reflection upon the dehumanizing effects of modernity and industrialisation In them, Lawrence confronts issues relating to emotional health and vitality, spontaneity, human sexuality and instinct.Lawrence s opinions earned him many enemies and he endured official persecution, censorship, and misrepresentation of his creative work throughout the second half of his life, much of which he spent in a voluntary exile he called his savage pilgrimage At the time of his death, his public reputation was that of a pornographer who had wasted his considerable talents E M Forster, in an obituary notice, challenged this widely held view, describing him as the greatest imaginative novelist of our generation Later, the influential Cambridge critic F R Leavis championed both his artistic integrity and his moral seriousness, placing much of Lawrence s fiction within the canonical great tradition of the English novel He is now generally valued as a visionary thinker and a significant representative of modernism in English literature.enpedia wiki D.H._Law

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    1. WARNING This review contains a discussion of the c word, and I plan to use it Please don t read this if you do not want to see the word spelled out Thanks.This is less a review than an homage to my crazy mother now I have you really intrigued, don t I It was 1983, and I was in my first Catholic school I d spent my first six years of school in a public school, but my behavioral issues coupled with my lack of growth made me a target for bullies, so my parents were advised to move me to another sch [...]

    2. I honestly think that if this book hadn t been banned for obscene content, no one would have ever read it Yes, there are lots of sex scenes omg scandalous but all the stuff in between is, for the most part, ungodly boring The book gets points for having some very intellectual discussions of class and the differences between men and women, and Lawrence s characters talk about sex with honesty than any other book I ve ever read, but that s about all it has going for it I was about fifty pages int [...]

    3. Afternoon, m lady do ye fancy a quick one over yon five barred gate Oh you earthy gamekeepers, well I don t know oh alright but only if you mention my private parts in a rough yet tender manner and clasp them enthusiastically betwixt your craggy extremities Lord Chatterley, from a mullioned window Grr, if I wasn t just a symbol of the impotent yet deadening power of the English aristocracy I d whip that bounder to within an inch of an orgasm 40 years later Barrister in full periwig Is this a boo [...]

    4. Oh man, I wanted to like this soooo bad So many people complained about it, but I misconstrued their complaints for prudishness or lord knows what NOTE TO SELF Stop judging people s judgements until you can judge for yourself But the fact is, two thirds of the way in I was done with this I absolutely trudged through to the end Why It s not because this is basically porn I luuuuvs me the sex Apparently this caused quite a scandal and I can see why The language is sexually explicit, unnecessarily [...]

    5. 3.5 StarsWellI can certainly see why LADY CHATTERLEY S LOVER was banned soon after publication back in 1928.So okay, you already know or anticipate that this particular classic is going to contain vulgarity and erotic situations, but for the life of me, I never thought it would be a combination of tedium and humor.The story is rather unremarkable in itself, and pretty much given away in the book summary, so no spoiler hereAristocratic and highly superior in his own mind upperclass man marries we [...]

    6. Ah, D.H Lawrence, why are you so awesome I think Lawrence is one of those writers you either love or hate, and this is possibly even true of Lady Chatterley s Lover, his last novel The author s confidence speaks on every page firstly, Lawrence has no qualms about interjecting his opinion in the narration throughout Secondly, the book is from the perspective of a woman, a challenge for any male author, and thirdly and possibly most famously , the book makes liberal use of fuck and cunt It s not [...]

    7. I bought this book in high school because it was cheap and I thought that because I was going to be a big, bad Enlglish major in college, I should probably expand my literary repertoire I also thought it might be a little racy, given the title, which piqued my interest Fast forward seven and a half years and I am now a big, bad graduate of American Studies Chaucer killed me on the spot, and I changed majors immediately , and I had yet to read this book I picked it up off my shelf about 2 weeks a [...]

    8. Okay, DH, so I was sort of with you at the beginning I was amused by or interested in watching you create a tale that seemed to be a love child of the Lost Gen and existentialist authors that instead turned out a rebelliously nostalgic Romantic, a perverted Wordsworth in a Bacchanalian temple I rolled my eyes at, yet went along with, the endless repetition, of everything is nothing, by your twit of a main character, Connie, or at poor Sir Clifford who builds endless castles of theories in the ai [...]

    9. Book Club Read for November for Sit in Book Club.I finished this book only because it was a bookclub read and in order to discuss a book at meetings I really feel I need the full story I thought this book was crap and I will try to explain my reasons why.The Novel was banned and I do think that if it hadn t been banned this book would have had no impact what so ever and very few people would have bothered to pick it up to read.The book was written back in the 1920s and I really do think that D H [...]

    10. Oh D.H you eccentric one You ve outdone yourself Here s to my fourth Lawrence read, and counting This is not your read if you cringe when faced with numerous sexual scenes that depict various sex positions, language that doesn t shy away from using the four letter words that start with c and f, and insane sexual stream of thought I suppose if one could wrap up Lawrence s reasoning about his work, this would be a good summary phrase Sex is really only touch, the closest of all touch And it s touc [...]

    11. Very explicit for it s time One of Lawrence s 3 love novels, as I call them Sons and Lovers, Women in Love, and Lady Chatterley s Lover.

    12. _Lady Chatterley s Lover_There are no words to describe how much i love this book I mean, i really, really, really do love this book, even if it became vulgar and indelicate at some point, even when i thought it was too much I couldn t put it down, i had to keep reading, i had to keep reading D H Lawrence s words and sentences and paragraphs I had the need to keep reading This man did something amazing in the begining of this book Nobody has ever understood a female s temperament and mentality l [...]

    13. I ve not taken ten minutes on Lady Chatterley s Lover, outside of looking at its opening pages It is most damnable It is written by a man with a diseased mind and a soul so black that he would obscure even the darkness of hell Utah s Reed Smoot was speaking to the 1930 Senate To demonstrate just how filthy they were, he d threatened to read from Lawrence s Lady Chatterley s Lover, Honore de Balzac s Droll Tales, the poetry of Robert Burns, the Kama Sutra The place was packed Unfortunately, he wa [...]

    14. I see a lot of my GR friends are currently reading this, so I ll be interested to see what they think of it I understand the importance of this one free speech, yo but honestly, I wasn t blown away I prefer Ginny Woolf, in fact Part of it is that Lawrence is too damn Freudian for me And all the stuff about women needing civilization fucked out of them by virile treetrimmers seems a little misogynistic I know the historical context out of which Lawrence is writing, what with industrialization and [...]

    15. Lawrence has in recent times fallen out of fashion in the literary world, which is a shame because despite his reputation often well deserved as a misogynist, the themes he explores in this novel go well beyond its sexual reputation This is a novel about living versus existing The conversations between the upper class friends proves witty, but ultimately dry, lifeless, as is shown by Tommy Dukes reasoning as to why he is asexual Moreso, the novel is about class restrictions, about a dying breed [...]

    16. Idle Is, uh,Is your wife a goer, eh Know whatahmean, know whatahmean, nudge nudge, know whatahmean, say no Jones I, uh, I beg your pardon Idle Your, uh, your wife, does she go, eh, does she go, eh Jones Well, she sometimes goes , yes.Idle I bet she does, I bet she does, say no , say no , know whatahmean, nudge nudge Monty Python s Nudge Nudge sketchWhy did I just quote that I don t know, it seems oddly appropriate somehow but probably isn t From its reputation, I was half expecting Lady Chatter [...]

    17. D.H Lawrence is a writer I m growing fond of He really does have a way with words Connie Chatterley, in my opinion, was a rather insipid character She marries Clifford Chatterley, who gets injured in the war and comes back paralyzed Consequently, she begins an affair with the gameskeeper, Oliver Mellors and discovers who she is as a woman.Lawrence definitely pushed the boundaries for 1920s standards.I did sympathize with Connie s feelings of restlessness, aggravated by the fact that her invalid [...]

    18. I really tried to read this classic, but when Lady Chatterly s lover appeared and fit the description of Groundskeeper Willie from the Simpsons, I just couldn t do it I mean, D.H Lawerence has written in Willie s accent phonetically, and Lady Chatterly was having an affair with a cartoon I just couldn t read any from that moment on

    19. More sensual than lyrical, original than accomplished, this is an unusual novel I ve read it quite a long time ago at least four or five years ago , but I remember it fondly It is not exactly a significant achievement of literature, but it feels so fresh, I can t help liking it Sure, it s messy, disorganized and even probably a bit dated but there is something original in it It is not the best writing out there but there is substantial ambition and drive behind it that can t be missed There is [...]

    20. I loved this Absolutely adored the writing, the war references, character development and even the sex I probably put off reading this for years as I thought it was the sort of book to be embarrassed reading The literary equivalent of 50 shades of Grey I m not about to try that, but I will definitely be reading D H Lawrence 5 stars and I don t hand those out lightly.

    21. My preconception of this book was that it was just a story about a posh lady who wanted a bit of rumpy pumpy with the gamekeeper I had never particularly felt inclined to read it, even though I have read other books by D H Lawrence and loved them, but this fitted a task for a couple of reading challenges I m participating in, so I thought I d give it a shot It is a book about a posh lady having sexy times with the gamekeeper but it is so much than that Set after the First World War, there is a [...]

    22. Acabo de ler O Amante de Lady Chatterley do escritor D.H.Lawrence 1885 1935.A est ria parece bem simples Clifford Chatterley retorna da primeira guerra mundial paralisado da cintura para baixo.Ele , um esnobe da classe alta, muito rico dono de minas de carv o, deixa Lady Chatterley atordoada ao sugerir que ela tenha um filho de outro homem, um herdeiro para sua fortuna, j que ele ,devido sua parasilia, n o teria como dar a ela um filho.Lady Chatterley ,Connie ,seu nome de solteira, se apaixona p [...]

    23. There were some interesting discussions of class issues in early 20th century England, but Connie was pretty ditzy and Mellors was almost a non entity for most of the book What I couldn t get past, though, was the ahem flower arranging and the repeated mentions of bowels yearning for other bowels I guess intestines are the unsung heroes of erogenous zones, but there were really too many anthropomorphized body parts overall A book memorable for the obscenity trial surrounding it than for the con [...]

    24. Vi mai capitato di leggere il libro giusto al momento giusto A me successo con questo libro Se avessi letto questo libro qualche anno fa credo che non l avrei apprezzato appieno, perch a mio avviso bisogna vivere delle esperienze simili per riuscire ad immedesimarsi in uno dei personaggi di questo libro.Non un romanzo per tutti, a tratti potrebbe risultare ridondante, noioso o addirittura volgare, ma io l ho trovato vero e attuale.Il mio personaggio preferito sicuramente il guardiacaccia Mellors [...]

    25. One of my all time best of the best books This is one author I would so love to meet in real life This is a true classic novel I read in high school and studied at uni Not matter how many times read it remains a 5 each time A must read for all readers, imo.

    26. This was a very interesting read It was like Pride and Prejudice and 50 Shades of Grey combined Haha I read this for my hometown Young Women s Book Club.

    27. This book was a bizarre experience for me It reads much like a traditional, classic English novel, except with loads of descriptive sex and vulgar words mixed in for shock value Instead of being shocked, though, I just found it all a bit tiresome and rather silly Maybe it was the fact that Lawrence sometimes used words like thee and thy and dost mixed in with modern day vulgarities that added to the overall unintentional humor of it for me, or perhaps it was that the vulgarities were simply used [...]

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