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A book with interesting thoughts about love, male-female relations and society. I really recommend it if you are looking for more than just a love story.Published 23 days ago by Orsi
I wonder how the whole story would be different had Lawrence been able to read Masters and Johnson, The Hite Report, or maybe any random issue of Cosmo.... Read morePublished 23 days ago by bcbeads
The book is written beautifully. Lawrence is an amazing writer, the characters, the plot, the summation are all done brilliantly. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Mateo
This classic tale was only allowed to be printed in the US when a certain Barney Rosset took it to the Supreme Court, years after it was published in England and France.Published 1 month ago by Sally Henzel
Just wanted to revisit the classics and this one was better than when I first read it!Published 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
I've read this book a few times. It's a classic and I like D.H. Lawrence. Period. Powerful!!!Published 2 months ago by Mariarosa Sclauzero
This is one of my wife's favorite books of all time. I bought it for her so she had something to read while recovering from knee surgery.Published 2 months ago by Richard F
Only allowed in the country as a contraband import until the end of the Lady Chatterley trial edition that set the 60s swinging. Read morePublished 2 months ago by technoguy
Even though this book was written in the 1920's, there are very explicit sexual descriptions during their encounters. But I think most people know this. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Cheryl A. Stack