When Clifford Chatterley returns from the war a wounded
hero, his young bride Connie does her best to care for him.
Neglected and alone, she instigates a love affair with the
gamekeeper, Mellors, a relationship that bridges the social divide
and challenges convention. In touch, they find simplest of truths.
In lust, they risk the greatest of scandals.
Lawrence's most sensual of novels was first published in
1928, but only in 1960 did an uncensored version become available,
leading to one of the most famous trials of the century. Tender,
thoughtful and impassioned, Lady Chatterley's Lover is
the book that changed Britain.
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