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33 review for Sons and Lovers, the Fox, Love Among the Haystacks, Aaron's Rod, the Ladybird, Women in Love

  1. 5 out of 5

    Bob G

    My goal was to read Sons & Lovers and Women in Love. Just finished Women in Love. The story was interesting but the writing style a little jagged. One example of something I didn't like was the rather abrupt transition, with a single chapter, from one "scene" to another. I also did not his habit of using the same word two to three times in the same paragraph. For example: "... what a perfect voluptuous fulfilment it would be, to kill her. His mind was absent all the evening, estranged by the snow My goal was to read Sons & Lovers and Women in Love. Just finished Women in Love. The story was interesting but the writing style a little jagged. One example of something I didn't like was the rather abrupt transition, with a single chapter, from one "scene" to another. I also did not his habit of using the same word two to three times in the same paragraph. For example: "... what a perfect voluptuous fulfilment it would be, to kill her. His mind was absent all the evening, estranged by the snow and his passion. But he kept the idea constant within him, what a perfect voluptuous consummation it would be to strangle her, ... Then he would have had her finally and for ever; there would be such a perfect voluptuous finality." I did like this: "The wheel-barrow -- the one humble wheel -- the unit of the firm. Then the cart, with two wheels; then the truck with four; then the donkey-engine with eight, then the winding-engine with sixteen, and so on, till it came to the miner, with a thousand wheels, ...and the general manager with a hundred thousand little wheels ... and then Gerald, with a million wheels and cogs and axles." While his overall style wasn't great, I do plan to take a break, read someone else and come back to him again.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Dona

    Sons and lovers by D. H. Lawrence (1913)

  3. 5 out of 5

    Stephanie

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    Katherine Gekker

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    Dottie

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    Mary

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  8. 5 out of 5

    Kim

  9. 4 out of 5

    Author Annette Dunlea

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    Carol

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    Linda Jones

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    Elinor

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    Mark Gelula

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    Arukiyomi

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    Ken Ficara

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    Dorathy

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    Carol

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    Ross

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    Bryan Zorko

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    Ordet

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    Melissa Mcdonald

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    Andd Becker

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    Michaela Raschilla

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    Nicola

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    Igna Aranguiz

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    Robert Wilson

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    Shpresa Feraj

  32. 5 out of 5

    Christy Gervers

  33. 5 out of 5

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