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Lady Chatterley's Lover

Lady Chatterley's Lover

  

by D.H. Lawrence

Lady Chatterley's Lover: Who is it? True or False

1. "No, no, he obviously wasn't an Englishman: the wrong sort of flattish, pale face and bearing; and the wrong sort of grievance." -> Clifford
2. "A soft, ruddy, country-looking girl, inclined to freckles, with big blue eyes, and curling, brown hair, and a soft voice, and rather strong, female loins." -> Connie
3. "A somewhat plump, bold young woman with hair fluffed out and crimped, and wearing a dark satin blouse." -> Hilda
4. "A rather good-looking woman of forty-odd […] just making herself tea in a small crowded sitting-room." -> Connie Chatterley
5. "He was a man in dark green velveteens and gaiters… the old style, with a red face and red moustache and distant eyes." -> Arnold Hammond

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