Women in Love (Oxford World’s Classics)

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Oxford World's Classics0199555230978-0199555239Oxford University Press España, S.A.; Edición: Reprint 18 de diciembre de 2008)576 páginasInglés

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  1. The characters of this book are so ahead of their time They have such a modern, deep and dark way of seeing everything that surrounds them The plot of Women in Love itself is a bit unprecise due to the long philosophocal discussions that the caracthers have with one another, but perhaps that is what makes the novel so fascinating and surprising.


  2. This review pertains to the Penguin Classics edition of 2007, with an intro by Amit Chaudhuri is coy as to what text is used it s the Cambridge edition, removing some changes that DHL apparently made under pressure from his publisher.The book itself is as good as the 5 star reviews say Lawrence IMHO went a bit unhinged in the 1920s, but Women in Love, like The Rainbow, is a magnificent novel that captures degrees of feeling most novels appear not to even know exist P.S good god we can t review n [...]


  3. A masterpiece I have read several times It portrays modern relationshiips undergoing stress from cultural alienation Purposeless societies generate purposeless people, who may cling to each other in endlessly dissatisfying ways to escape anomie Some couples make it, nevertheless I disregard the philosophies that characterize the dialogs This is not a book of ideas It is a book of yearning distracted by philosophies, personal histories, and social vacuousness What do men and women really want Und [...]


  4. I didn t realize this is not a normal sized book It is quite large in size, VERY small type It reminded me of a coloring book I am not a senior, but even with my reading glasses I had trouble with the print.


  5. DHLawrence is a master of words He writes with such brilliance read one of his novels is to experience every one of the senses.


  6. Exploring the arousal of interest in another human being and the numerous vulnerabilities one experiences at the onset of a relationship, D.H Lawrence takes his readers on a bumpy ride into the hearts and souls of his heroes Written in 1920, the book is as true and as fascinating now, almost a hundred years later From the first couple of pages it swipes a reader off her feet and into the whirling journey of excellent language and attentive descriptions, examining every detail of the bottom of th [...]


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