The Plumed Serpent
Set in the times of Mexican revolution, The book prescribes a return to ancient beliefs and gods. Through beautiful imagery and picturesque descriptions, Lawrence has narrated the story of an Irish woman who plays an important role in the lives of two Mexican men. Lawrence has attempted to solve the spiritual dilemma by prescribing a return To The universal god and unanimous beliefs.
The Plaza Night in the House
Don Ramón and Doña Carlota
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