The Complete Novel of D.H. Lawrence 4 Books Collection Box Set - Fiction - Paperback

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Title in This Set:

1. Women in Love
2. Sons and Lovers
3. The Rainbow
4. Lady Chatterley's

Description:

Women in Love
Why aren't I enough?" she said. "You are enough for me. I don't want anybody else but you. Why isn't it the same with you?"

D. H. Lawrence's Women in Love is a description of English society at the time of the First World War and an examination of the complexities of human desire.

A sequel to The Rainbow, this narrative follows the amorous and sexual aspirations of the sisters Ursula and Gudrun Brangwen and the two men in their lives, Gerald Criche and Rupert Birkin. Weaving its way through daring subjects, the story bares the bold environment, character and thoughts of the new age.

Sons and Lovers
It never occurred to him that she might be more hurt at his going away than glad of his success. Indeed, as the days drew near for his departure, her heart began to close and grow dreary with despair. She loved him so much!"

D. H. Lawrence's Sons and Lovers is a semi-autobiographical tale that explores the subtle psychological connection between sons and their mothers, and between sons
and other women. Gertrude Morel's life revolves around her children - their cares, loves, talents and battles. But will that love hold them captive, or will it set them free?

The Rainbow
There was a look in the eyes of the Brangwens as if they were expecting something unknown, about which they were eager. They had that air of readiness for what would come to them, a kind of surety, an expectancy, the look of an inheritor'

D. H. Lawrence's The Rainbow is a fascinating narrative that probes the often hidden subjects of personal and sexual emancipation.

The tale follows the lives, loves, and adventures of three generations of the Brangwen family, in an England that was being gradually transformed through industry
and urbanisation.

It is Ursula Brangwen's spirited journey into womanhood that the story eventually focuses on. Will her experiments with relationships bring her any closer to realizing her
desires, or will they push her to madness?

Lady Chatterley's
'Ours is essentially a tragic age, so we refuse to take it tragically... We've got to live, no matter how many skies have fallen.'

D. H. Lawrence's Lady Chatterley's Lover was a novel before its time. It explores the sensual thoughts, needs and passions of the early twentieth century generation.

The story revolves around the desires, and the reawakening of sexual pleasures, in the sterile life of Lady Chatterley. Does her attraction for Mr. Mellors find fulfilment, or does it fall victim to circumstances?