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The Rainbow - Daphne Merkin, D.H. Lawrence
The Rainbow
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Lush with imagery, this is the story of three generations of Brangwen women living during the decline of English rural life. Banned upon publication, it explores the most taboo subjects of its time: marriage, physical love, and one family's sexual mores.
Lush with imagery, this is the story of three generations of Brangwen women living during the decline of English rural life. Banned upon publication, it explores the most taboo subjects of its time: marriage, physical love, and one family's sexual mores.
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Format: mass market paperback
ISBN: 9780451530301 (0451530306)
Publisher: Signet Classics
Pages no: 544
Edition language: English
Series: Brangwen Family (#1)
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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...
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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...
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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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