In his first novel, written at age twenty-five, D. H. Lawrence's gifts as a storyteller are on full display. The White Peacock explores the impact of industrialism on Lawrence's beloved countryside from the viewpoint of the educated and cultured Cyril Beardsall, as well as themes of failure-bound marriages and the limbo between the city and the country.
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BARNES & NOBLE
March 01, 2011
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