D. H. (David Herbert) Lawrence
Dive into a provocative coming-of-age story that challenged the vestiges of England's Edwardian-era sexual mores. A continuation of a fictional arc that D.H. Lawrence began in a previous novel, The Rainbow, Women in Love explores the romantic entanglements and love affairs of the sisters Ursula and Gudrun Brangwen.
3) Aaron's Rod
In Aaron's Rod, literary master D.H. Lawrence spins an engaging picaresque tale of the talented English amateur flutist Aaron Sisson and his travels. Aaron escapes a life of drudgery and a loveless marriage and journeys to Italy, crossing paths with a writer who many critics regard as an autobiographical stand-in for Lawrence himself along the way.
For a sophisticated and titillating read, dip into The Lost Girl by famed British novelist D.H. Lawrence, known for producing such masterworks as The Rainbow and Women in Love. This award-winning novel is a journey of discovery, following protagonist Alvina Houghton as she experiences a series of devastating personal losses and seeks to find an ideal romantic partner, against the express wishes of her parents. The Lost Girl...
5) The rainbow
English author and literary critic D. H. Lawrence writes in Fantasia of the Unconscious:
I am not a proper archaeologist nor an anthropologist nor an ethnologist. I am no "scholar" of any sort. But I am very grateful to scholars for their sound work. I have found hints, suggestions for what I say here in all kinds of scholarly books, from the Yoga and Plato and St. John the Evangel and the early Greek philosophers like Herakleitos down...