Lady Chatterley’s Lover has had a reputation for being perverse in its sexual subject matter and use of descriptive language. However, does there need to be an understanding of the full narrative in order to contextualise what D.H. Lawrence’s ideas of characterisation were.
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It could do the article some good to also examine the various adaptations of the eponymous story like ‘Sharapancharam’ and ‘Edakkalu Guddada Mele’ to see how well have the themes in the original novel percolated through various cultures. – Dr. Vishnu Unnithan11 months ago
In one of the most controversial novels of the 20th century, D.H. Lawrence explores life, love and sex along Connie Chatterley’s journey to physical and existential reawakening. In his depiction of the life of the mind and the industrialized world, particularly his prediction of what the world would be like 100 years after the writing of this work (e.g. ~2030), how accurate do you all feel Lawrence’s prediction of the potential destructive nature of the industrialized world to be?