Sons And Lovers
This is a story of a gifted young man who is confused about life and relationships - both with his mother and the other women he loves. His confusion causes his family to struggle with strained relationships, high emotions and the challenges of love and lust.
The prequel to Women in Love, The Rainbow follows three generations of one family, the Brangwens, and the sexual dynamics, love, relationships and conflicts of the family members. Though considered tame today, The Rainbow was banned in Britain for its frank look at sensual desires.
This is the story of a tragic love affair between a female friend of the author and her married violin teacher that ended in suicide. The story is based on the diary of the author's female friend.
Women in Love
Two sisters, a teacher and an artist, meet and fall in love with two men. The two couples become friends, often with very differing views on society and relationships. This sexually-charged book was the basis a 1969 film for which Glenda Jackson won an Academy Award for Best Actress.
D. H. Lawrence
|Biography:||D.H. Lawrence was born in 1885. He was a controversial English author, who wrote on a variety of human sexual and social subjects in novels such as The Rainbow, Women in Love and Lady Chatterly's Lover. He was known as a modernist for his style of confronting every day issues. During the last half of his life he was not a popular literary figure, often having his work censored. He died in 1930.|