Publish date: October 26th 1993
Publisher: Everyman's Library
Pages no: 496
Edition language: English
, European Literature
, British Literature
, Historical Fiction
, Classic Literature
, Literary Fiction
, 20th Century
, English Literature
Series: Brangwen Family (#1)
DNF @ p. 45 After the being puzzled more than anything by Lawrence's penultimate book, Lady Chatterley's Lover, I thought I'd try another one of his that's been lingering on my shelves: This time I thought, I'd pick his first novel, The Rainbow. Sadly, I have to report that Lawrence and I are pa...
(Original Review, 2002-06-10)Lawrence is "uneven," but of the four novels I've read by him, "The Rainbow" is the best. I read "Sons and Lovers" at the British Council. I loved it at 15, but loved it far less 2 years later. I liked "Lady Chatterley's Lover" more than I thought I would, but that maybe...
Review from June 2010: [Though I finished this before I created this blog...I'll post it anyway. This is a short, shallow review. Originally posted on Goodreads:Though I related more to the characters in this text (in comparison to Sons & Lovers), especially Ursula, I felt that it was somehow...la...
Though I related more to the characters in this text (in comparison to Sons & Lovers), especially Ursula, I felt that it was somehow...lacking?I enjoyed seeing contrasts between the couples and their anguish in trying to fully connect with one another. I know that the Cathedrals were an important mo...
This is one of the most important literary books I have ever read. Impacting, riveting even there were moments I almost put it down. I don't think my brain could process what Lawrence was trying to say, or didn't want to. Still, I think back on so much I learned from this book. It made me a better h...
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