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  1. says:

    WARNING This review contains a discussion of the c word, and I plan to use it Please don t read this if you do not want to see the word spelled out Thanks.This is less a review than an homage to my crazy mother now I have you really intrigued, don t I It was 1983, and I was in my first Catholic school I d spent my first six years of school in a public school, but my behavioral issues coupled with my lack of growth made me a target for bullies, so my parents were advised to move me to another school where no one knew me.So off I went to the home room of a fallen nun, who d given up her habit for a family She wasn t much of a teacher She was an old school Catholic educator who practiced punitive teaching, which included kicks to the shins, yanking of ears, pulling of hair, and screaming from close range.I kept my head down and tried to blend in with my new surroundings, but my Mother made that difficult from the get go I was a voracious reader, and she passed on the disease to me From grade two on she had been recommending great books to me I was reading everything before most everyone else, but my Mom s recommendation of Lady Chatterly s Lover in my first month of Catholic school was probably her most outrageous and unforgettable recommendation She bought me a copy at the book store in the mall, and that s where I met one of my favourite words of all time cunt Back in 1983, cunt was not a word in your average child s vocabulary Sure we d heard it, and maybe even seen it, but it was not something that was regularly used by kids, and its usage was pretty vague to every 13 year old I knew.But there it was in Lady Chatterly s Lover It was all over the place So as I read the story and absorbed the way Lawrence used cunt, his usage became my usage Lawrence used cunt beautifully it was not a term of denigration it was not used to belittle it was not an insult nor something to be ashamed of cunt was lyrical, romantic, caring, intimate And I came to believe that cunt was meant to be used in all these ways That the poetic use of cunt was the accepted use of cunt, the correct use of cunt, and suddenly cunt was part of my vocabulary I was thirteen.Now I didn t just start running around using cunt at every opportunity I did what I always did with new words that I came to know and love I added them to my vocabulary and used them when I thought it was appropriate.And when I whispered it to Tammy, the girl I had a crush on, a few weeks later, thinking that it was the sort of romantic, poetic language that made women fall in love with their men I can t remember what I said with it, but I know it was something very much like what Mellors would have said to Constance , she turned around with a deep blush, a raised eyebrow and a That s disgusting that rang through the class I can still see the red of autumn leaves that colored her perfectly alabaster skin under a shock of curly black hair, aaaahTammy Apparently she had a better sense of cunt s societal taboos than I did Mrs C was on her feet and standing parallel to the two of us in a second, demanding to know what was going on.To her credit, Tammy tried to save me sort of She said Nothing Then Mrs C turned on me I was completely mortified I d obviously blown it with the first girl I loved in junior high school , and while I was in this shrinking state, Mrs C demanded to know what was happening and what I had said I tried to avoid repeating what I had said I admitted I shouldn t have been talking I admitted that I should have been working I tried to divert her attention But she was a scary lady, and I couldn t help myself I repeated what I had said as quietly as I could but as soon as Mrs C heard cunt I was finished That was the moment I knew cunt was the catalyst for the whole debacle NowI d known before that the word was taboo, but I didn t think it would generate the response it did I really thought that Tammy would be flattered And I certainly didn t expect that I would be dragged to the office by an angry ex nun Silly me I got the strap It was the first time although there would be another Three lashes to the palm of the hand.I didn t use cunt in public or private for a long time after that, but my punishment couldn t diminish my love for the word Lawrence made such and impression on my young mind that neither humiliation nor physical pain could overcome my appreciation of cunt s poetic qualities To me the word is and always will be a beautiful and, yes, gentle thing.Every time that event was recounted at the dinner table over the years, whether it was amongst family, or with my girlfriends or my future wife, my Mom always got this sly little grin on her face and indulged in a mischievous giggle before refusing to take the blame for me getting the strap After all, Who was the one who was stupid enough to use the word, Brad Not me I love her response as much as I love the word And in case you were wondering, my Mom never stopped recommending books to me She was an absolute kook I miss her I can t wait to pass on Lady Chatterly s Lover to my kidsbut I think it s going to have to be in grade three if it s going to have the same effect it had on mehmmmI wonder how that will go over.


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    I honestly think that if this book hadn t been banned for obscene content, no one would have ever read it Yes, there are lots of sex scenes omg scandalous but all the stuff in between is, for the most part, ungodly boring The book gets points for having some very intellectual discussions of class and the differences between men and women, and Lawrence s characters talk about sex with honesty than any other book I ve ever read, but that s about all it has going for it I was about fifty pages into the book when I realized that I really didn t like either of the title characters Lady Chatterley and her Lovah , and it didn t get much better from there Mellors started to grow on me towards the end, when he discovered sarcasm, but Lady Chatterley aka Connie was one of the most boring protagonists ever She was almost completely personality deficient, and Lawrence worked hard at the beginning to convince us that she was intelligent, a task at which he fails miserably Example At one point in the book, when Connie and Mellors have just finished having hot sex and are in bed together, he starts a rant about the class system Connie s response She observes that Mellors chest hair and pubic hair are different colors Fascinating Basically, the book can be summed up like this Blah blah SEX blah blah class blah SEX SEX blah blah class England s economy SEX SEX SEX SCANDAL arguement arguement SCANDAL Vacation time blah blah blah SEX arguement SCANDAL blah blah the end.


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    Afternoon, m lady do ye fancy a quick one over yon five barred gate Oh you earthy gamekeepers, well I don t know oh alright but only if you mention my private parts in a rough yet tender manner and clasp them enthusiastically betwixt your craggy extremities Lord Chatterley, from a mullioned window Grr, if I wasn t just a symbol of the impotent yet deadening power of the English aristocracy I d whip that bounder to within an inch of an orgasm 40 years later Barrister in full periwig Is this a book you would want your wife or your servant to read Jury Well, it s not one of his best, that s for sure, but it isn t bad, crudely propagandistic but it does trenchantly place its finger on a particular moment in the shift of class consciousness in Britain Judge Cut the crap, guilty or not guilty Jury Guilty pleasure


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    Oh man, I wanted to like this soooo bad So many people complained about it, but I misconstrued their complaints for prudishness or lord knows what NOTE TO SELF Stop judging people s judgements until you can judge for yourself But the fact is, two thirds of the way in I was done with this I absolutely trudged through to the end Why It s not because this is basically porn I luuuuvs me the sex Apparently this caused quite a scandal and I can see why The language is sexually explicit, unnecessarily soor well, maybe not I suppose it needed to be said at the time or at least some time However, a person can only take so many fucks before they no longer give one.And I wasn t turned off by the lengthy asides Lawrence takes while grinding his ax against the industrialization of England s Midlands Like Melville s treatise on whales in the midst of his adventure novel, Lawrence had an agenda in writing Lady Chatterley s Lover and he often takes the reader out of the main story in order to linger upon his pet project That can be distracting, but in this case it s not enough to make me hate the thing, not on the whole.No, my main issue is with the writing, which is a big problem since there s so much of it in books Lawrence is quite a capable writer, but he does get adverb lazy now and then, and often repeats words for emphasis That last point can be effective, say when trying to instill a sense of forward motion when describing something that s going faster and faster. Occasionally the technique works for him Usually it does not work for me Some call it a poetic style I call it bullshitwhat do I mean Well, allow me to Lawrence ify it The technique is bullshit in the most bullshitty sense, by which I mean, it is bullshit. As you see, it looks like I ve explained myself, yet I ve said nothing Done with flair, it can sound lyrical, even powerful To me, it sounds like so much hot air And what does hot air sound like It sounds like


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    Ah, D.H Lawrence, why are you so awesome I think Lawrence is one of those writers you either love or hate, and this is possibly even true of Lady Chatterley s Lover, his last novel The author s confidence speaks on every page firstly, Lawrence has no qualms about interjecting his opinion in the narration throughout Secondly, the book is from the perspective of a woman, a challenge for any male author, and thirdly and possibly most famously , the book makes liberal use of fuck and cunt It s not just that the book is about sexual awakening, it s really about how frank the book s two central characters are about their sexual experiences Lawrence succeeds often than not in creating a believable female pscyhe in the figure of Lady Constance Chatterly, and though, as some have pointed out, some moments ring less true than others as when she refers insistently to her womb , overall she s quite believable Mellors, the game keeper she has an affair with, is also quite believable, whether or not you agree with some of his sexist attitudes towards women As for the sex bits, I laughed several times at the sheer effort Lawrence goes through to try to describe what a female orgasm might feel like Really, a bravura performance As a woman, I can say that to my mind he gets it pretty right Even where the language is stilted or embarassing, I could see what Lawrence was trying at a totally frank, unashamed look at sex His book is a big cry against all those who would rather not talk about it, and maybe that s triumph enough But the book is engaging, frequently funny, and finally, as a last novel, a beautiful piece of hopefulness from a notoriously cynical author.


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    3.5 Stars

    WellI can certainly see why LADY CHATTERLEY S LOVER was banned soon after publication back in 1928

    So okay, you already know or anticipate that this particular classic is going to contain vulgarity and erotic situations, but for the life of me, I never thought it would be a combination of tedium and humor.

    The story is rather unremarkable in itself, and pretty much given away in the book summary, so no spoiler here

    Aristocratic and highly superior in his own mind upperclass man marries well to do spoiled and free spirited daddies girl He goes off to war, comes back injured and impotent Fickle, bored and depressed young wife finds comfort elsewhere

    What will stick in my mind is not the plot or actual sexual encounters, but the many priceless conversations from the boys point of view on morality, distinctions between social classes and ridiculous beliefs about intimate relationships Lady Chatterley s opinion of the uninspiring male physique is pretty memorable too

    Check out this quote I can t see I do a woman any harm by sleeping with her than by dancing with her..or even talking to her about the weather and that s just one example, but worst of allthe one exclamation that really stands outis lover 1 s exasperating ranting and raving about Lady C s prolonged mode of sexual exertions that inconvenienced him Oh My God

    Anyway, my first D H Lawrence novel was indeed entertaining, but slow going and repetitive with not much of a storyline Glad I finally read it though and love my Penguin Classics book cover


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    This review contains explicit content D.H Lawrence, what have you done to me This book was so much than I thought it was going to be This was an experience that I wanted to devour quickly, but that would mean not being able to soak up and bathe in Lawrence s every word, so I realised I needed to take my time I found this book in a used bookstore, and even when I picked it up, my Dad raised an eyebrow at me I said Oh come on Dad, I m thirty three I thought it was just going to be a book with countless sex scenes and not much else I was wrong, as although the sex was heavy, it intertwined perfectly with the plot My soul softly flaps in the little Pentecost flame with you, like the peace of fucking We fucked a flame into being I just love that quote We fucked a flame into being It s just so raw and honest, and that is what I love and appreciate about Lawrence s writing style He is confident in his style, and hell it shows He is writing completely from a woman s perspective too, which is a challenge for any male author, and I have great respect for that The two main characters, Lady Chatterley and Mellors, are very frank about their sexual experiences, and I think this is what makes the book so desirable The words Fuck and cunt are used countless times, but these words fit in beautifully with the scenes They are both for the most part, very believable, apart from when Lady Chatterley remarks about her womb rather a lot, and possibly some of the sexist remarks that come from Mellors The sexual scenes were beautifully written, long and drawn out, and to me, they were even a little sad I did laugh a little at Lawrence s grand effort to describe the female orgasm It really was excellently done, though.I think what I love most about this book, is the way sex is openly talked of, without absolutely any shame This is how sex ought to be discussed It s natural, beautiful and we all have needs and desires, and this book shows us just that in the most erotic and incredible way possible.


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    Lady Chatterley s Lover, David Herbert Richards D.H LawrenceLady Chatterley s Lover is a novel by D H Lawrence, first published privately in 1928 in Italy, and in 1929 in France and Australia An unexpurgated edition was not published openly in the United Kingdom until 1960.The story concerns a young married woman, the former Constance Reid Lady Chatterley , whose upper class husband, Sir Clifford Chatterley, described as a handsome, well built man, has been paralysed from the waist down due to a Great War injury In addition to Clifford s physical limitations, his emotional neglect of Constance forces distance between the couple Her emotional frustration leads her into an affair with the gamekeeper, Oliver Mellors The class difference between the couple highlights a major motif of the novel which is the unfair dominance of intellectuals over the working class The novel is about Constance s realization that she cannot live with the mind alone she must also be alive physically 1972 1928 1929 1960


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    Though this maybe looked at as the book that bought sex writing to the masses, Lady Chatterley s Lover delivers than just the oohs and aahs of an elicit love affair, it can also be seen as a parable of post war England, and the steady rise in modernism It even features a dog called Flossie Why is this significant to me Because I once had a childhood dog with the same name, bless her soul.Slammed and banned for being pornograpic back in the day, this caused a storm Now it s just a small ripple in a teacup As compared to the work of today it s sexual nature barely raises the eyebrows It does contain many a rude word that I can image would have left folk back then with rosy red blushed cheeks But today, I am sure even a nun wouldn t be overly shocked by it s naughty bits.Lady Chatterley Constance, Connie is the bored wife of Sir Clifford, a war cripple who returns to his family estate, amid the decay and unemployment of the industrial towns in middle England.He takes to books as a way to withdraw, and applies himself feverishly to an attempt to retrieve his coal mines by the application of different methods He is clearly an unhappy man, who suffers inner turmoil that he can t take to pleasuring his wife She in turn is unfulfilled, and one fine day bumps into the gamekeeper, Oliver Mellors, and feelings start to bubble up inside towards this man, whom she knows little about Surrounded by woodland, where it s easy to wander off undetected, Connie slowly is drawn sexually to Mellors, who has his way with her, opening her to an awakening that Sir Clifford simply could not provide.Mellors, a child of the collieries and whom also served in the forces, slips into disillusion away from his wife and leads a solitary existence with just his dog for company Sir Clifford, who since he is unable to give Connie a child himself, accepts the fact an illegitimate child is an option But the last person on his mind would have been Mellors, he has no inkling of his wife s affair, but is open to the idea of another man having sex with her Does he truly love her or is this just a ploy so he can proudly gain his heir Does Mellors love her or just after the sex For Connie, difficult decisions would arise And with her sister, takes a break to Venice to ponder on her future.Lawrence s treatment of his subject s is done with a manner of intelligence, and compared to the likes of an E M Forster, does a good job of presenting his characters as flawed and believable.The story is raw with power, yes, but also brings to the table the age old problem of melodrama It s not huge, but for me, did affect the overall feel for the story Each in their own way on a positive note, the three main characters do carry a certain heroic dignity, a symbolical importancethat s difficult to ignore Lawrence utilizes the self affirmation and triumph of life in the teeth of all the destructive powers that be, industrialism, physical depletion, dissipation, careerism and cynicism of modern England, and in general, he has given a noble account of it There is like two stories in one going on here, the mixture of romance and sexually explicit details and the double background of the collieries and the English forests, possesses both solid reality and poetic grandeur This is so much than a novel with fruity bits, it is a work which explores how the naturalness of love and sexual attraction is distorted and perverted by society It has me pondering a lot on the non sexual aspects of the story There s a lot of insight here, and plenty of social commentary, so reading this purely because of the smutty reputation it gained then prepare be disappointed Beautifully written for the most part, although Mellors is a hard nut to crack with his use of dialogue at times, and some aspects of the story seemed waffley and unnecessary, but just glad to have now finally read it, to see what all the fuss was about.


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