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Through this novel, Lawrence attempted to revive in the human consciousness an awareness of savage sensuality, a sensuality with the power to free men and women from the enslaving sterility of modern technology and intellectualism.Perhaps even more relevant today than when it first appeared, Lady Chatterley’s Lover is a triumph of passion and an erotic celebration of life.&&LDIV&&R&&LDIV&&R&&LI&&RThe Histories&&L/I&&R, by &&LB&&RHerodotus&&L/B&&R, is part of the &&LI&&RBarnes & Noble Classics&&L/I&&R&&LI&&R &&L/I&&Rseries, which offers quality editions at affordable prices to the student and the general reader, including new scholarship, thoughtful design, and pages of carefully ... by &&LSTRONG&&RSir Walter Scott&&L/B&&R&&L/B&&R, is part of the &&LI&&RBarnes & Noble Classics&&L/I&&R&&LI&&R &&L/I&&Rseries, which offers quality editions at affordable prices to the student and the general reader, including new scholarship, thoughtful design, and pages of carefully crafted extras. Now, for the first time, it can be revealed how the country's most eminent writers leapt to the defence of Lady Chatterley's Lover, as the Government attempted to ban D. Lawrence's infamous work depicting an adulterous affair between Constance Chatterley and her husband's gamekeeper, Mellors. In October 1960, Lady Chatterley's Lover became the first novel to be targeted under the 1959 Obscene Publications Act, when Penguin attempted to publish the book in Britain to commemorate the thirtieth anniversary of Lawrence's death.But this rebellion is not simply one of individual freedom; Lawrence embedded in Lady Chatterley’s Lover the meanings of sexual love and class conflict in a kind of war against our “civilization” as he had come to understand it.For Lawrence, the novel was a kind of weapon against a peculiarly modern development: He saw the social alienation from our bodies and the pleasures of the senses as the direct result of a soulless industrialism, the spirit of possessiveness and commercialism.The famous love affair between Lady Chatterley and her gamekeeper was provocative also because it crossed class lines; it skipped over the middle class and united aristocracy and working class in an intimacy meant to threaten traditional sanctified hierarchies.
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Susan Ostrov Weisser is a professor in the English Department at Adelphi University, where she specializes in nineteenth-century literature and women’s studies, and teaches frequently in the Honors College.
From Susan Ostrov Weisser’s Introduction to Lady Chatterley’s Lover To some in the reading public, D. Lawrence was notorious as a vulgar pornographer; to others, he was an apostle of sexual liberation. If ever you can marry a man feeling kindly towards him, and knowing he feels kindly to you, do it, and throw love after.” Certainly the tentative title suggests that Lawrence meant this, his last novel, to be a story of real tenderness, but he intended to write about a different sort of love affair than can be found in the history of the British novel.
Priestley, Graham Greene and Aldous Huxley penned passionate defences of the book, condemning the Government's description of the novel as "pornographic" and demanding the book be published.
But in a letter sent to Sir William Emrys Williams, the editor-in-chief of Penguin, shortly before the trial, the playwright Priestley wrote: " ...