St. Mawr, and The Man who Died

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Vintage Books, 1928 - Bible - 211 pages
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Review: St. Mawr & The Man Who Died

User Review  - Riley - Goodreads

When you talk about the two most famous banned authors -- DH Lawrence and Henry Miller -- it is Lawrence who has always seemed to me to be the more prurient, given the Victorian and repressed nature of sex as he writes of it. Thus, a horse serving as an underlying sexual metaphor. Read full review

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User Review  - John - Goodreads

Jesus is taken down from the cross too soon and doesn't die. Finds love and life. Unmistakably Lawrence but not top tier. I have to agree with Fr. Maynard, President at SVC when I was there, who said 50 years ago Lawrence should be remembered for his poetry. Read full review

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