Strict Standards: Redefining already defined constructor for class XML_Parser in /home/sites/www.americanpoems.com/web/store/aom/includes/os.php on line 1188

Strict Standards: Declaration of XML_Parser::raiseError() should be compatible with PEAR::raiseError($message = NULL, $code = NULL, $mode = NULL, $options = NULL, $userinfo = NULL, $error_class = NULL, $skipmsg = false) in /home/sites/www.americanpoems.com/web/store/aom/includes/os.php on line 1604

Strict Standards: Declaration of XML_Unserializer::startHandler() should be compatible with XML_Parser::startHandler($xp, $elem, &$attribs) in /home/sites/www.americanpoems.com/web/store/aom/includes/os.php on line 3503

Strict Standards: Declaration of Cache_Lite_File::get() should be compatible with Cache_Lite::get($id, $group = 'default', $doNotTestCacheValidity = false) in /home/sites/www.americanpoems.com/web/store/aom/includes/cache.php on line 1020
American Poems: Books: Women In Love (Annotated)
Home
Apparel
Appliances
Books
DVD
Electronics
Home & Garden
Kindle eBooks
Magazines
Music
Outdoor Living
Software
Tools & Hardware
PC & Video Games
Location:
 Home » Books » Women In Love (Annotated)

Women In Love (Annotated)

In Stock
Buy
  • Sales Rank:1,672,105
  • Format:Kindle eBook
  • Language:English (Published)
  • Media:Kindle Edition
  • Edition:First
  • Pages:530
  • Publication Date:November 15, 2012
  • ASIN:B00A8M7H8S

Also Available In:

Editorial Reviews:
Synopsis
This edition incorporates an original introduction from Moorside Press, including a biography, a critical discussion of Lawrence's place in the history of British Literature and a short contextual discussion of the book.

The second half of Lawrence’s intended single novel about the Brangwens, Women In Love examines the relationships of Ursula and Gudrun Brangwen with Rupert Birkin, an intellectual, and Gerald Crich, an industrialist. In many respects, the essentials of Lawrence’s world are tied up in the four; Ursula and Birkin the transcendentalists, Gudrun and Crich the modernists drawn by the flame of money.

Critics have seen much of Lawrence in the character of Birkin not least in the swirls of homo-eroticism created by his relationship with Crich. Ken Russel’s 1969 film version shows this aspect in its celebrated nude wrestling sequence in front of a roaring fire. In an effective coda to the plot, Lawrence has Birkin ruminate on such a relationship in a discussion with Ursula, ending with an affirmation of love between men which Ursula denies.

CERTAIN CONTENT THAT APPEARS ON THIS SITE COMES FROM AMAZON SERVICES LLC. THIS CONTENT IS PROVIDED ‘AS IS’ AND IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE OR REMOVAL AT ANY TIME.
Brought to you by American Poems