Considering D. H. Lawrence

The Rainbow reviewed

I have to admit to a profound deficiency with regard to D. H. Lawrence.  I've only read some short stories, too much poetry, a few essays, and Sons and Lovers.  I read at Lady Chatterly's Lover which so profoundly bored me that I made no further attempt at Lawrence though I knew I ought to have at least Women in Love and The Rainbow under my belt.  Perhaps this will stir enough interest that I can take it up again and read.  Or perhaps not.  Those of you who are Lawrence fans--any suggestions to reignite interest?  Or is there such a thing as a Lawrence fan?


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