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The First 'Women in Love' (The Cambridge Edition of the Works of D. H. Lawrence) [Paperback]

D. H. Lawrence , Professor John Worthen , Lindeth Vasey

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2 May 2002 The Cambridge Edition of the Works of D. H. Lawrence
The First 'Women in Love' is one of Lawrence's greatest works, and is the only full length work of fiction which he completed between The Rainbow and the extensively revised Women in Love. It is a piece of fiction generated in the England, and the Europe, of the First World War. Publishers were alarmed by the fate of his previous novel The Rainbow and The First 'Women in Love' was rejected by every publisher who saw it. As a result it is a novel whose very existence as an independent text has been ignored, and which has not been published until now. The First 'Women in Love' shares much of its material with Women in Love, but its central relationships are dissimilar, and the ending radically different.

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"He's an intoxicator... Has there ever been anyone like him for bringing places and people so vividly to life?" -- Doris Lessing

"It is a wonderful novel by a writer who created his own narrative voice." -- Philippa Gregory

"The greatest imaginative novelist of our generation." -- E.M. Forster

"The greatest writer of the century." -- Philip Larkin

"What beauties the book contains! There are many pages in it so saturated with warm and lovely intimacies that one reads absorbed." -- The Guardian

He's an intoxicator... Has there ever been anyone like him for bringing places and people so vividly to life? -- Doris Lessing

It is a wonderful novel by a writer who created his own narrative voice -- Philippa Gregory

The greatest imaginative novelist of our generation -- E.M. Foster

The greatest writer of the century -- Philip Larkin

Women in Love is a work of genius. It contains characters which are materpieces of pure creation. -- New Stateman --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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The First 'Women in Love' is one of Lawrence's greatest works, and is the only full length work of fiction which he completed between The Rainbow and the extensively revised Women in Love. The novel's existence as an independent text has been ignored, and has not been published until now.

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