D. H. Lawrence is one of the greatest , as well as one of the most controversial, English novelist of the twentieth century. In his short stories and novels, Lawrence blazed the trail for anew frankness and honesty in the depiction of life. Several of his Novels, including Lady Chatterley's Lover, were banned for years in England and the United States and denounced as indecent and pornographic. But Lawrence's greatness as a writer lies in his visionary explorations of one of the main themes of twentieth century function : the alienation of modern man.
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