Writing Style

Lawrence’s writing is notable for its intensity and its erotic sensuality; several of his works, including Lady Chatterley’s Lover, were banned as obscene. All of Lawrence’s novels are written in a lyrical, sensuous, often rhapsodic prose style. He had an extraordinary ability to convey a sense of specific time and place, and his writings often reflected his complex personality. Lawrence’s works include volumes of stories, poems, and essays. Lawrence also wrote several plays, books and volumes of literary criticism, notably Studies in Classic American Literature. Lawrence was a very distinct author, his works were a bit explicit and not everyone agreed with his style of writing.


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