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Lady Chatterley's Lover by D. H. Lawrence

Constance is a young married woman, whose upper-class husband, Clifford Chatterley, has been paralysed and rendered impotent. Her sexual frustration leads her into an affair with the gamekeeper, Oliver Mellors. The novel is about Constance's realisation that she cannot live with the mind alone; she must also be alive physically.

Sons and Lovers by D. H. Lawrence

Repelled by her uneducated and sometimes violent husband, delicate Gertrude Morel devotes her life to her sons. But conflict is inevitable when Paul seeks relationships with women to escape the suffocating grasp of his mother. As profoundly affecting today as it was nearly a century ago, this is the peerless Lawrence at his most personal.

The Lost Girl by D. H. Lawrence

This captivating novel charts the journey of a woman caught between two worlds and two lives - one mired in dreary England and a life of convention, the other set in the vibrant Italian landscape holding the promise of sensual liberation. Alvina Haughton is fading into spinsterhood when she meets Cicio, a vaudeville dancer who draws her into a dance of seduction...

Women in Love by D. H. Lawrence

Women in Love continues where The Rainbow left off, with the third generation of the Brangwens. Focusing on Ursula Brangwen and her sister Gudrun's relationships - the former with a school inspector and the latter with an industrialist and then a sculptor - Women in Love is a powerful, sexually explicit depiction of the destructiveness of human relations.