Synopses & Reviews
Sharply observed and expertly crafted, D.H. Lawrences The Fox is a captivating work exploring the dual themes of power and supremacy in the aftermath of the First World War. Banford and March live and work together on their meager farm, surviving hardship only by sheer determination and dedicated labor. The farm is their world, a place of safetythat is, until a young soldier walks in and upsets the womens delicate status quo. None could have predicted the effect his presence would have on their lives.
Only single-volume edition of this unique work of fiction. Foreword by Doris Lessing.