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Sons and Lovers
Издание: июль 2010 года (издательство "Книга по требованию", ISBN 1-417906-89-8)
Sons and Lovers
Издание: июнь 2004 года (издательство "Харвест", ISBN 985-13-2061-7)
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Sons and Lovers

D.H. Lawrence

Sons and Lovers

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  • ISBN: 978-5-518-41457-0
  • 524 страницы
  • август 2013
С 2001 года книга «Sons and Lovers» переиздавалась 10 раз. Дата первого издания «Sons and Lovers»: январь 2001 года, последнее, 10-е издание вышло в августе 2013 года.

Аннотация к книге "Sons and Lovers"

\'I tell you I have written a great book ... Read my novel, it is a great novel,\' Lawrence declared shortly before Sons and Lovers was published in 1913.
Drawing on his own childhood and adolescence, Lawrence
depicts the early married life of the Morels - the father a hard- working, hard-drinking Nottinghamshire coal miner, the mother a refined woman of middle-class aspirations. Born into the family battle, their son Paul Morel initially takes his mother\'s part, until in adolescence...

Аннотация к изданию: июль 2010 года (издательство "Книга по требованию", ISBN 1-417906-89-8)

1913. Controversial English novelist, short-story writer, poet and essayist, Lawrence is known for his frequently misunderstood, but basically idealistic theories about sexual relations and for his interest in primitive religions and nature mysticism. Lawrence regarded sex, the primitive subconscious, and nature as cures for what he considered modern man's maladjustment to industrial society. His philosophy, life history and prejudices are inextricably entwined in his writings. Sons and Lovers is a partly autobiographical novel which deals with the author's boyhood and adolescence as the son of a coal miner.

Аннотация к изданию: январь 2001 года (издательство "Wordsworth Editions Ltd.", ISBN 1-85326-047-9)

This novel is Lawrence`s semi-autobiographical masterpiece in which he explores emotional conflicts through the protagonist, Paul Morel, and his suffocating relationships with a demanding mother and two very different lovers.
Lawrence`s novelsare perhaps the most powerful exploration in the genre in English of family, class, sexuality and relationships in youth and early adulthood.