Synopses & Reviews
Two of D. H. Lawrence's most renowned novelsnow with new packages and new introductions
Widely regarded as D. H. Lawrence's greatest novel, Women in Love continues where The Rainbow left off, with the third generation of the Brangwens. Focusing on Ursula Brangwen and her sister Gudrun's relationshipsthe former with a school inspector and the latter with an industrialist and then a sculptorWomen in Love is a powerful, sexually explicit depiction of the destructiveness of human relations.
One of Lawrence's most popular novels, this fascinating and disturbing sequel to The Rainbow depicts the emotional life of the Brangwen sisters. Set just after World War I, this prophetic masterpiece is filled with perceptions about sexual powers and sexual obsession now held to be timeless and true.
About the Author
is the chief literary critic of The Guardian
, a senior editor at The New Republic
, and a professor of literary criticism at Harvard.
Amit Chaudhuri is an award-winning novelist and critic and a contributor to such publications as The New Yorker, The Guardian, the London Review of Books, and Granta.