Lady Chatterley's Lover
Lady Chatterley's Lover Symbolism, Imagery & Allegory
Sometimes, there’s more to Lit than meets the eye.
Lady Chatterley and Mellors bond over the chickens that Mellors has set nesting on some pheasant eggs in a clearing in the woods. And Connie identifies with these chickens so strongly that they bec...
Clifford is lucky enough to have a motorized chair, except that it doesn't handle being outside too well. It's great for rolling Wragby or even touring the paths, but as soon as he takes it off roa...
References to the natural world are sprinkled all through Lady Chatterley's Lover, from the long, effusive passages about the beauty of the woods to little side comments, like Mrs. Bolton's thought...
The Garden of Eden Allegory
We already know that Lawrence has a thing for the natural world (check out "Natural Imagery"), and here's another possible reason: the Wragby woods are a big fat allegory for the Garden of Eden. Le...
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