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D.H.Lawrence: Sex, Exile & Greatness
D.H.Lawrence: Sex, Exile & Greatness

D.H.Lawrence: Sex, Exile & Greatness

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Poet, social critic and above all, in his own words, ‘an outsider,’ D. H. Lawrence was described by E. M. Forster as “the greatest imaginative novelist of our generation.” Partly because of his early death, partly because of the harassment he suffered and partly because of the poverty he endured, there is a deep sense of sadness underlying his life — despite the brilliance, the enormous talent, and the unwavering dedication to his wife.

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