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Daughters of the Vicar (Hesperus Classics) - D.H. Lawrence, Anita Desai (foreword)
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[SR: 198042], Paperback, [EAN: 9781843910831], Hesperus Press Ltd, Hesperus Press Ltd, Book, [PU: Hesperus Press Ltd], 2004-04-15, Hesperus Press Ltd, A bleak, unrelenting tale of poverty and loss, Lawrence's Daughters of the Vicar chillingly examines man's increasing inability to love and be loved. Looking for acceptance from his new congregation, the Revd Ernest Lindley cannot long ignore the fact that his parishioners are far from welcoming. Rather than confront such hostility, the Lindleys instead become ever-more isolated: he 'pale and miserable and neutral'; she 'bitter and beaten by fear'. And having raised their children to be similarly dispassionate, it surely seems inevitable that their daughters should enter suitable, but loveless, marriages. Whilst Mary becomes the dutiful wife, younger sister Louisa vows to experience love for herself - little knowing that such desires will divide an already broken family., 590912, Classics, 62, Fiction, 1025612, Subjects, 266239, Books

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[SR: 198042], Paperback, [EAN: 9781843910831], Hesperus Press Ltd, Hesperus Press Ltd, Book, [PU: Hesperus Press Ltd], 2004-04-15, Hesperus Press Ltd, A bleak, unrelenting tale of poverty and loss, Lawrence's Daughters of the Vicar chillingly examines man's increasing inability to love and be loved. Looking for acceptance from his new congregation, the Revd Ernest Lindley cannot long ignore the fact that his parishioners are far from welcoming. Rather than confront such hostility, the Lindleys instead become ever-more isolated: he 'pale and miserable and neutral'; she 'bitter and beaten by fear'. And having raised their children to be similarly dispassionate, it surely seems inevitable that their daughters should enter suitable, but loveless, marriages. Whilst Mary becomes the dutiful wife, younger sister Louisa vows to experience love for herself - little knowing that such desires will divide an already broken family., 590912, Classics, 62, Fiction, 1025612, Subjects, 266239, Books

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A bleak, unrelenting tale of poverty and loss, Lawrence's expertly crafted novella chillingly examines man's increasing inability to love and be loved. Looking for acceptance from his new congregation, the Reverend Ernest Lindley cannot ignore the fact that his parishioners are far from welcoming. Rather than confront such hostility, the Lindleys instead become ever more isolated: he "pale and miserable and neutral;" she "bitter and beaten by fear." And having raised their children to be similarly dispassionate, it seems inevitable that their daughters should enter loveless marriages. While Mary becomes the dutiful wife, younger sister Louisa vows to experience love for herself--little knowing that such desires will divide an already broken family. Most famous for Lady Chatterley's Lover , D.H. Lawrence is universally regarded as one of the foremost figures of early 20th-century literature. classics,contemporary,education and reference,foreign language fiction,literary,literature and fiction Education & Reference, Hesperus Press

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A bleak, unrelenting tale of poverty and loss, Lawrence's expertly crafted novella chillingly examines man's increasing inability to love and be loved. Looking for acceptance from his new congregation, the Reverend Ernest Lindley cannot ignore the fact that his parishioners are far from welcoming. Rather than confront such hostility, the Lindleys instead become ever more isolated: he ?pale and miserable and neutral;? she ?bitter and beaten by fear.? And having raised their children to be similarly dispassionate, it seems inevitable that their daughters should enter loveless marriages. While Mary becomes the dutiful wife, younger sister Louisa vows to experience love for herself?little knowing that such desires will divide an already broken family. Most famous for Lady Chatterley's Lover, D.H. Lawrence is universally regarded as one of the foremost figures of early 20th-century literature. Books

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Daughters of the Vicar

A bleak, unrelenting tale of poverty and loss, Lawrence's expertly crafted novella chillingly examines man's increasing inability to love and be loved. Looking for acceptance from his new congregation, the Reverend Ernest Lindley cannot ignore the fact that his parishioners are far from welcoming. Rather than confront such hostility, the Lindleys instead become ever more isolated: he "pale and miserable and neutral;" she "bitter and beaten by fear." And having raised their children to be similarly dispassionate, it seems inevitable that their daughters should enter loveless marriages. While Mary becomes the dutiful wife, younger sister Louisa vows to experience love for herself--little knowing that such desires will divide an already broken family. Most famous for "Lady Chatterley's Lover," D.H. Lawrence is universally regarded as one of the foremost figures of early 20th-century literature.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781843910831
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1843910837
Taschenbuch
Erscheinungsjahr: 2004
Herausgeber: HESPERUS PR
73 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,118 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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ISBN/EAN: 9781843910831

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