Sons and Lovers
Introduction and Notes by Dr Howard J. Booth, University of Kent at Canterbury.'When you have experienced Sons and Lovers you have lived through the agonies of the young Lawrence striving to win free from his old life'.
This novel is Lawrence's semi-autobiographical masterpiece in which he explores emotional conflicts through the protagonist, Paul Morel, and his suffocating relationships with a demanding mother and two very different lovers.
Lawrence's novels are perhaps the most powerful exploration in the genre in English of family, class, sexuality and relationships in youth and early adulthood.
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When Sons and Lovers was first seen by its reading public in 1913, its publishers had in fact, out of caution and timidity, shortened Lawrence's originally submitted version by about ten percent—cuts ... Read full review
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This semi-autobiographical novel is important in understanding Lawrence's relationships to class, to his mother, and to love and sex. And it's a remarkably modern read, considering that it was ... Read full review
The Early Married Life of the Morels
The Casting Off of Morel the Taking On of William
The Young Life of Paul
Paul Launches into Life
Death in the Family
vn LadandGirl Love
Strife in Love
Defeat of Miriam
The Test on Miriam