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By D. H. Lawrence

Constance Chatterley se había casado con el adinerado sir Clifford en 1917. Pero su marido fue herido fatalmente en l. a. Primera Guerra Mundial y se vio confinado en una silla de ruedas para el resto de sus días, paralítico e imposibilitado para satisfacer a su mujer. Retirados en su mansión campestre, Constance ve cómo su vida y su juventud se escapan. Ama a su marido, pero tiene que responder a los angeles pulsión de l. a. naturaleza. Y allí, cerca del bosque, sus sentidos le exigen una reparación: Oliver Mellors, el callado guardabosques de las tierras de los Chatterley, un hombre fuerte, desinhibido, salvaje y apasionado, se encargará de proporcionar a Constance lo que su marido ya no puede darle. D. H. Lawrence, uno de los escritores más controvertidos de l. a. literatura británica, es autor de varias novelas de gran éxito en las que habla de las relaciones amorosas y l. a. sexualidad como fuente de conocimiento íntimo y own. En el bosque se escondía l. a. pasión...

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The mood was earnest rather than hostile, and we didn't get very far with this particular team sheet. 'Chairman: Elton John. ' 'Centre-forward: Justin Fashanu. He's an iron. ' So I can easily conjure the fickle leers that would await me if, one morning, I walked into the club saying: 'Well, guys — there's a new book about men and masculinity that's going to straighten out all the problems we've been having with our male identity. It says we should spend much more time together and exult in our hairiness and sliminess and zaniness.

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