Women in Love
D. H. Lawrence
One of the greatest of twentieth-century novelists and poets, D. H. Lawrence wrote and lived with a passionate intensity that shocked his contemporaries. Lawrence composed Women in Love while at the height of his powers, and indeed, in its blend of lyricism, psychological revelation, and an eroticism that is never very far from violence, it can still startle and even discomfit readers. This handsome edition is illustrated with reproductions of Lawrence's own rare and striking paintings, as well as portraits of the author and his wife, and letters in his hand.
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635 pages, illustrated. Published by Doubleday, 1999.
Hardcover. $19.95. ISBN 0-385-48734-7.