Essay on Lady Chattterley's Lover

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Discuss Lady Chatterley's need for attention or the need to be loved. Is she justified having a sexual relationship with other men and more so the gardener? Use details to explain your opinion. As much as this is a very sexually explicit novel in being so graphic, Lawrence makes a symbolic reference with the love between Connie and Mellors. It is an analogy. You may want to note that he represents the lower class that was used by the mine barons to prostitute the English countryside, making it ugly and barren. Mellors now lives as a gardener for Clifford, but also uses his wife for sex. What details show this symbolic reference that Mellors is a foil to the Chatterley's pollution free land? There is a symbolic reference to Clifford's…show more content…
Use details to explain your opinion. As much as this is a very sexually explicit novel in being so graphic, Lawrence makes a symbolic reference with the love between Connie and Mellors. It is an analogy. You may want to note that he represents the lower class that was used by the mine barons to prostitute the English countryside, making it ugly and barren. Mellors now lives as a gardener for Clifford, but also uses his wife for sex. What details show this symbolic reference that Mellors is a foil to the Chatterley's pollution free land? There is a symbolic reference to Clifford's wheel chair. Can you detect it? What is the significance that Mellors is fertile and Clifford is barren? Who really has the upper hand in this class driven society? Note the way Connie and Mellors speak. Your research will show you this deeper meaning to the story. Discuss Lady Chatterley's need for attention or the need to be loved. Is she justified having a sexual relationship with other men and more so the gardener? Use details to explain your opinion. As much as this is a very sexually explicit novel in being so graphic, Lawrence makes a symbolic reference with the love between Connie and Mellors. It is an analogy. You may want to note that he represents the lower class that was used by the mine barons to prostitute the English countryside, making it ugly and barren. Mellors now lives as a gardener for

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