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The Portable D.H. Lawrence

The Portable D H Lawrence Eight stories and novelettes including The Prussian Officer The rocking horse winner and The fox Self contained sections from The Rainbow and Women in Love poems travel writings letters essa

  • Title: The Portable D.H. Lawrence
  • Author: D.H. Lawrence Diana Trilling
  • ISBN: 9780140150285
  • Page: 362
  • Format: Paperback
  • Eight stories and novelettes, including The Prussian Officer , The rocking horse winner , and The fox Self contained sections from The Rainbow and Women in Love , poems, travel writings, letters, essays, criticism.

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    1. i dont normally encounter authors who write with so much insight into how people really relate to each other.

    2. I've never read any D.H Lawrence before, and I was not impressed. I only read the short stories (no chance of my delving into the travel writing and poetry, and the novels were abridged, and I still haven't recovered from the time I accidentally read the abridged Little Women, a version in which Meg doesn't die. I swear.) I found them to be, without exception, occasionally interesting but generally meandering, and wholly lacking in any kind of tension. If D.H. isn't already on the outs, I will f [...]

    3. Maybe this wasn't a good place to start but with other Viking Portables I've had good luck so I bought this for $3 from Pilot Books(RIP). I found the writing sloppy at times and the pacing uneven. I read 2 1/2 short stories and a couple poems. I may pick up a proper novel down the road but if this is how his other books are they too will end up as table levellers.

    4. This book was edited well to show a cross-section of D.H. Lawrence's writing, which I was totally unfamiliar with when I started. There were sections (the poetry section in particular) that I wish had been much, much longer. I also want to read The Rainbow, and The Fox was fantastic, but I'm not sure if that's because I had recently finished reading Helen Oyeyemi's "Mr. Fox" which clearly riffed off of it. The imagery in many of these stories was fantastic. But, just as there were shining exampl [...]

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