Frustrated and ensnared by her marriage to Clifford Chatterley, an invalid, Constance is deeply unhappy and unfulfilled. Her relationship with Mellors rekindles her sexual feelings and brings her back to life. She decides, however, to leave England to live with her sister Hilda and, though pregnant, she finds her own form of personal freedom.
|Title||Lady Chatterleys Lover||Height||19.3|
|Publisher||PENGUIN POPULAR CLASSICS||Pages||12|
|Edition||New ed||Availability||In Stock|