Living in the Nottinghamshire coalfields, the Morel family (a counterpart of Lawrence's own) is beset with conflict. Gertrude, disillusioned with her working-class husband, pours her aspirations into her son, Paul. Tensions develop when Paul falls in love and seeks to escape from his family ties.
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David Herbert Lawrence wrote in many genres - fiction, poetry, travelogues, criticism and psychology. He also left behind a mass of letters that touched on many subjects. Published privately in New York in 1920, Women in Love is termed an 'epic of vice' by critics because of its bold analysis of sexuality.
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Book Description 2000-04-27., 2000. Book Condition: VERY GOOD. Penguin Audiobooks. Abridged Ed. Paperback. Book: VERY GOOD. 4pp. . Bookseller Inventory # NF-1018618