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Thursday, January 1, 2009

Lady Chatterley's Lover

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Title : Lady Chatterley's Lover
Author : Anne Rice
Publisher : Alvabet

Initially banned in the U.S. and Britain. The content is too blunt about sex talk, things of that epoch is still taboo. However, the extraordinary enthusiasm of the readers  issued the pirated editions published widely: first in New York, and to London, then spread to various countries in the United States and Europe. At the end of the 1950s, the court did not assess this novel as a pornografis. Later, wide screen edition of this novel to win the Cup Cesar 2007 - Oscar awards  France version as the best film.
Lady Chatterley's Lover was first printed in private by the author in 1928 in Florence, Italy. Exceed the 70 years since the era of was printed, this paper records and social criticism is still so inspiring and reading up, not only concerning love, sexuality, and social situation that "disability", but also related to gaze deeply respect the meaning of life.
This novel consist of story about beautiful women from rich families, Connie, who feel unhappy in her marriage. Her husband, a nobleman named Clifford Chatterley, suffered permanent paralysis due to the war. Connie unhappiness comes off when he found shelter under the arcane of Oliver Mellors, the garden's keepers in the area of the property Chatterley yards. Together with the gardener, Connie rediscovering life expectancy.


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