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- The Floating Press 1922; US$ 4.99
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... more...
- The Floating Press 1922; US$ 3.99
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... more...
- The Floating Press 1915; US$ 3.99
The works of British author D.H. Lawrence were often considered to be shocking because of their frank treatment of subjects such as sexuality and desire, and novels such as Sons and Lovers, Women in Love and Lady Chatterley's Lover were often censored or confiscated due to their graphic content. The Rainbow, another of Lawrence's best-known... more...
- The Floating Press 1913; US$ 3.99
Widely regarded as D.H. Lawrence's masterpiece, Sons and Lovers is a sprawling, multi-generational look at family relationships, class dynamics, and the intimate ties with others that pull young adults toward independence. This largely autobiographical novel made Lawrence's reputation as a writer -- it's a must read for fans of classic... more...
- The Floating Press 1920; US$ 3.99
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... more...
- The Floating Press 1914; US$ 2.99
Delve into the mysteries of the human mind in this spellbinding tale from D.H. Lawrence, the masterful author responsible for beloved novels such as Sons and Lovers and Women in Love. Leaving behind the sensual fare for which he is best known, Lawrence focuses in this story on the conflict that emerges between an aristocratic officer and his subordinate.... more...
- ReadHowYouWant 2009; US$ 4.99
Published in 1922, Lawrence's Aaron's Rod is a satirical work that presents a bitter view of humanity and of the relationship between men and women. Aaron Sisson, a union official in an English mining town, leaves for Italy, deserting his wife and children to pursue politics and his original interest in music. Lawrence seems to foretell the... more...
- ReadHowYouWant 2009; US$ 4.99
D.H. Lawrence's Sons and Lovers (1913) is an autobiographical novel about selfishness and sentimental manipulation set in the mining village of Bestwood. Paul Morel is a young man from a poor family in rural England. The story explores the break-up of husband and wife and a mother's bonds with her sons. more...
- ReadHowYouWant 2009; US$ 3.99
The Fox (1923) is a short novella by D.H. Lawrence that is set in the Berkshire district of England in 1918, just after the First World War. Two women, Branford and March, both in their thirties and unmarried, live together on an isolated farm. One day, like a fox, a man enters their farm and lives. Lawrence uses the fox as a symbol of masculinity... more...