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Tionships Ursula's with Rupert Birkin a school inspector and Gudrun's with industrialist Gerald Crich and later with a sculptor Loerke uintessentially modernist Women in Love is one of Lawrence's most extraordinary innovative and unsettling wor. “But better die than live mechanically a life that is a repetition of repetitions” Women in Love 1920 is a novel by British author D H Lawrence a seuel to his earlier novel The Rainbow 1915 following the continuing loves and lives of the Brangwen sisters Gudrun and Ursula Gudrun Brangwen an artist pursues a destructive relationship with Gerald Crich an industrialist Gerald will inherit a colliery and since coal mining takes a hit in The Rainbow as an emblem of industrialization’s defiling of natural midland England we really struggle to see how this relationship between art and coal could possibly work “They would never be together Ah this awful inhuman distance which would always be interposed between her and the other being There was nothing to do but to lie still and endure She felt an overwhelming tenderness for him and a dark under stirring of jealous hatred that he should lie so perfect and immune in an other world whilst she was tormented with violent wakefulness cast out in the outer darkness”Lawrence contrasts this pair with teacher Ursula Brangwen and Rupert Birkin an alienated intellectual who articulates many of the opinions on men and women love and democracy associated with the author LawrenceBirkin and Ursula debate for hours the nature of love on this kind of near Buddhist “unknowing” level“You've got to lapse out before you can know what sensual reality is lapse into unkowingness and give up your volition You've got to learn not to be before you can come into being”Or“I want to be gone out of myself and you to be lost to yourself so we are found different” But this battle to define love also has sweetness in it“They looked at each other and laughed then looked away filled with darkness and secrecy Then they kissed and remembered the magnificence of the night It was so magnificent such an inheritance of a universe of dark reality that they were afraid to seem to remember”Gerald and Rupert also have a strong attraction to each other There’s a naked wrestling scene evidence of Birkin’s feeling that he needs an intense—though different—love of a man as much as he needs the love of a woman Intense is the order of the day always for each of these peopleMuch of the novel is anguished overheated talk founded in powerful or if you choose just overwrought youthful psychological and physical attractions And they repel each other too or maybe it is best to describe them all as colliding with each other in love so intense it is on the edge of hate Lots of fighting sometimes leading to tenderness Most of the action such as it is happens in England and concludes on holiday for the foursome and a few other characters woven in and out in the Tyrolean Alps This is Lawrence’s favorite of all his novels and the one most drawing on his life Ursula's character based on Lawrence's wife Frieda and Gudrun's on Katherine Mansfield while Rupert Birkin's has elements of Lawrence himself and Gerald Crich is partly based on Mansfield's husband John Middleton Murry As we know from The Rainbow Ursula is a schoolteacher Gudrun a painter Early on they establish that men and love are superfluous Then Ursula meets Birkin and they proceed to a tempestuous raging relationship eual parts heat and light Also early on the two best and uite different friends Rupert and Gerald have a similar conversation about women and love as superfluous but then Gerald sees Gudrun and they eventually develop a relationship a case of opposites attracting There’s heat again but less light and the heat that is generated between them is that such as draws a moth to the flame The two couples take a holiday together in the Alps where Ursula and Birkin resolve some of their basic differences and Gudrun and Gerald decidedly do not resolve their differences I love you I hate you I’ll be destroyed by you I’ll destroy you So much a struggle of wills And then a dramatic conclusion in the snows of the Alps It sounds here like I am not liking it but Lawrence writes so passionately you either have to laugh and throw this across the room or you must embrace him that passionate loveheat thing seems to apply to his readers too and I seem to have fallen into bed with him or replace with wrestling metaphor here but you get the pointA 20 second clip from Ken Russell’s 1969 film adaptation which made a through line of romantic celebration Woodstock was 1969 from Lawrence to the sixtes; Glenda Jackson won the Academy Award for her portrayal of Gudrun scenes Gerald’s trying to force his mare to stay close to a passing train to assert his dominance over it torturing it bloody it in the process This is cruel Gerald control freak the very image of the very male boss who must dominate master in an assertion of power and strength Gudrun the artist sees this is nevertheless confusedly attracted to him he's a rich and powerful and repellent alpha male in the way of bad boy romances though she also fears he will dominate and possibly “destroy” her willGerald’s father the owner of the coal mine dying refusing to give in to the dying of the light produces some small but important vulnerability in Gerald that leads him in the middle of the night to sneak into Gudrun’s house and bed We have hope for him and them on this nightGudrun running and dancing among the cattle the nature childBirkin asking for Ursula’s hand in marriage unplanned before Ursula’s traditionalist father which ignites a weeks long struggle before she comes to her final decisionSimone de Beauvoir said of the novel that it was phallocentric but I—okay I’m a male—saw of a balance in the struggle between men and women Ursula and Gudrun are the strongest voices and spirits in the story in spite of a certain male power that is present Women assert themselves against male dominance and find their voices and control over their bodies in my reading They get what they want they don't accept what is not good for them“She was not herself she was not anything She was something that is going to be soon soon very soon But as yet she was only imminent” “Women in Love” is a novel of ideas but Lawrence’s lyrical prose is also Expressionistically emotional supercharged with erotic energy It took a while to heat up this novel of his twenties and the twenties of these four young people but I finally fell in love with it again Maybe it was the mid point of the book where it had its hooks in me when they seem to all give in to each other and have fun for a time dancing boating with long wine soaked conversations Like The Rainbow which I actually liked better with its primeval depictions of working class England Women in Love challenged Victorian conceptions of sexuality It was great to return to it after than 4 decades I can certainly see how Lawrence might be disliked for all the too emotional writing but for me it perfectly captures the late sixties and early seventies counter cultural focus on freedom imagining as it begins to do alternate conceptions to mainstream industrialcorporate society hey communesAnd sometimes the prose can be lyrical and lovely and soft“A dozen or boats on the lake swung their rosy and moon–like lanterns low on the water that reflected as from a fire In the distance the steamer twanged and thrummed and washed with her faintly–splashing paddles trailing her strings of coloured lights and occasionally lighting up the whole scene luridly with an effusion of fireworks Roman candles and sheafs of stars and other simple effects illuminating the surface of the water and showing the boats creeping round low down Then the lovely darkness fell again the lanterns and the little threaded lights glimmered softly there was a muffled knocking of oars and a waving of music”A 5 minute scene from Women in Love by Ken Russell

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Women in LoveWidely regarded as D H Lawrence's greatest novel Women in Love is both a lucid account of English society before the First World War and a brilliant evocation of the inexorable power of human desire Women in Love continues where The Rainbow lef. Username PBRYANT999Password FlibbertygibbetENTERWelcome to the GOODREADS AUTOREVIEW PROGRAM ™ Thank you for participating in this preliminary trial Please enter the title of the book you wish to reviewWOMEN IN LOVEPlease enter the author name D H LAWRENCESelect type of work from the drop down menuNOVELSelect century this NOVEL was written in20THHave you personally read any works by this author previouslyYESHow much enjoyment did you derive from these works – please choose from drop down menuMODERATEIs this NOVEL one of the 1001 BOOKS YOU MUST READ BEFORE YOU DIE YESDid you read this NOVEL out of a sense of having toYESHow many of your Goodreads Friends ™ have read this NOVEL71What is the average star rating they have given this NOVEL32Is there a film version of this NOVELYESDid you see this filmYESHow did you rate this film on a scale of 1 to 10 with 1 poor and 10 excellent34How would you rate the uality of your sleep in the preceding three days film on a scale of 1 to 10 with 1 poor and 10 excellent34Do you wish to proceed with the GOODREADS AUTOREVIEW™ YESPlease indicate how long the AUTOREVIEW should be in word count138Processingone moment pleasePlease review the following autogenerated review of WOMEN IN LOVE When reviewed please click either SUBMIT or REWRITETEXT FOLLOWSPossibly it’s not so surprising when a than slightly fanatical working class autodidact rewrites the Old Testament in order to put back all the sex that the original author left out That it then astonishes infuriates bores and nauseates in jarring alternating spasms is completely expected That Ken Russell made a movie of it was likewise predictable; but that his movie was a model of good taste was a great disappointment – come on Ken where were the tits and bums and the giant plastic phalluses and the naked nuns DH Lawrence was a uniue novelist If he’d never existed we really wouldn’t have had to invent him I’m thinking that now he’s subsided entirely into Eng Lit courses where he lurks like a half submerged lamprey luring the innocent with his new aginess and biting their soft parts with his fascismSUBMIT