Lady Chartterley’s Lover -- D.H. Lawrence [NOOK Book]

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Lady Chartterley’s Lover is the last novel of famous British novelist and poet D.H. Lawrence, the book is about Connie (Constance's nick name) to marry the aristocratic landowners Chatterley , but soon he was wounded in the war, paralyzed below the waist for life. In the home, the two although the carefree living, but no vivid sense. The farm keeper in the hunting grounds rekindled Connie’s fire of love and desire for life( Lawrence described the sex very detail, which also caused widely arguments at the era), ...
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Lady Chartterley’s Lover -- D.H. Lawrence

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Overview

Lady Chartterley’s Lover is the last novel of famous British novelist and poet D.H. Lawrence, the book is about Connie (Constance's nick name) to marry the aristocratic landowners Chatterley , but soon he was wounded in the war, paralyzed below the waist for life. In the home, the two although the carefree living, but no vivid sense. The farm keeper in the hunting grounds rekindled Connie’s fire of love and desire for life( Lawrence described the sex very detail, which also caused widely arguments at the era), she often came to his hut rendezvous quietly and enjoy the original, passionate sex life. Connie was pregnant, as to deceive the public, she had vacation to Venice. At this time the wife of the keeper who has not yet divorced with him suddenly coming back, exposed the affair between them. The huge social gap between both of them enforce Connie to marry other person before her having baby, the keeper are only waiting for the child's birth silently.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013154827
  • Publisher: Alan Falkner
  • Publication date: 7/29/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 166 KB

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