BODY OBJECTIFICATION AS ILLUSTRATION OF SOCIAL RELATIONSHIPS IN THE NOVEL ‘LADY CHATTERLEY'S LOVER' BY DAVID HERBERT LAWRENCE

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  • Vesna Đurović

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Lady Chatterley’s Lover is one of Lawrence’s novel that caused the most controversy in the English society back then. This is one of the few books which was prosecuted for obscene and immoral scenes and the use of inappropriate words, as members of aristocratic English society formulated it. The fact is that Lawrence through this novel in a different way of description and presentation of the body describes all the shortcomings and contradictions of the English society then. What makes this novel contemporary even nowadays is that unfortunately these relations are still present, with the only difference is that ruling class present those who are the owners of capital and the working class remained the same, only the means of labour and the ways of working have changed.

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2017-12-05

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