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  - Paul Baker - Goodreads

The long novella St. Mawr rather dwarfs the short story, The Man Who Died in this slim volume, but both are DH Lawrence at his very finest! St. Mawr continues with Lawrence's primary theme of a ... Read full review

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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