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30th Mar '13 7:13:51 PM Xtifr
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''Lady Chatterley's Lover'' is an 1928 novel by D. H. Lawrence, about a young married woman, Constance (Lady Chatterley) whose upper-class husband, has been paralyzed and rendered impotent. With his blessing, she starts an affair with the gamekeeper, Oliver Mellors. Due to its graphic sexual content, the novel created a great deal of controversy. In several countries, it was banned or heavily censored. The free release of ''Lady Chatterley's Lover'' was considered to be an important milestone of the sexual revolution of TheSixties. !!''Lady Chatterley's Lover'' provides examples of: * BannedInChina: First published in Florence, Italy, because it could not be published in the United Kingdom until 1960. And was indeed banned in China until 1980s. * {{Blueblood}}: The Chatterley family. * CheatingWithTheMilkMan: Or, in this case, the gardener. * FunetikAksent: Mellors' [[BritishAccents Derbyshire accent]] is rendered phonetically; some readers find it difficult to understand, and others find it can [[{{Narm}} detract from the drama]]. * GoodAdulteryBadAdultery * TheLoinsSleepTonight: One reason Lady Chatterley seeks a new lover: her husband is impotent due to an injury sustained in WorldWarOne. He gives her his blessing to find another lover, although he doesn't want to hear about it. * RagsToRiches: Connie starts off from a working-class background, and marries Lord Chatterley, but she is not happy. * RelationshipCeiling: Lord and Lady Chatterley have hit this, which is the real reason she seeks a new lover (even more than her husband's impotence.) * RichSuitorPoorSuitor * TheRoaringTwenties * {{Tsundere}}: Bertha Coutts. [[spoiler: The reason why Oliver is cheating on her with Connie]]. * UptownGirl: This is the major source of dramatic conflict, where the well-bred lady of the gentry takes up with the gardener. Played with and doubled in that she was a RagsToRiches story herself, having been working-class before marrying her rich husband Lord Chatterley. * WriteWhatYouKnow: Based off the author's personal experiences as a cuckold. ----
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''Lady Chatterley's Lover'' is an 1928 novel by D. H. Lawrence, about a young married woman, Constance (Lady Chatterley) whose upper-class husband, has been paralyzed and rendered impotent. With his blessing, she starts an affair with the gamekeeper, Oliver Mellors. Due to its graphic sexual content, the novel created a great deal of controversy. In several countries, it was banned or heavily censored. The free release of ''Lady Chatterley's Lover'' was considered to be an important milestone of the sexual revolution of TheSixties. !!''Lady Chatterley's Lover'' provides examples of: * BannedInChina: First published in Florence, Italy, because it could not be published in the United Kingdom until 1960. And was indeed banned in China until 1980s. * {{Blueblood}}: The Chatterley family. * CheatingWithTheMilkMan: Or, in this case, the gardener. * FunetikAksent: Mellors' [[BritishAccents Derbyshire accent]] is rendered phonetically; some readers find it difficult to understand, and others find it can [[{{Narm}} detract from the drama]]. * GoodAdulteryBadAdultery * TheLoinsSleepTonight: One reason Lady Chatterley seeks a new lover: her husband is impotent due to an injury sustained in WorldWarOne. He gives her his blessing to find another lover, although he doesn't want to hear about it. * RagsToRiches: Connie starts off from a working-class background, and marries Lord Chatterley, but she is not happy. * RelationshipCeiling: Lord and Lady Chatterley have hit this, which is the real reason she seeks a new lover (even more than her husband's impotence.) * RichSuitorPoorSuitor * TheRoaringTwenties * {{Tsundere}}: Bertha Coutts. [[spoiler: The reason why Oliver is cheating on her with Connie]]. * UptownGirl: This is the major source of dramatic conflict, where the well-bred lady of the gentry takes up with the gardener. Played with and doubled in that she was a RagsToRiches story herself, having been working-class before marrying her rich husband Lord Chatterley. * WriteWhatYouKnow: Based off the author's personal experiences as a cuckold. ----[[redirect:Literature/LadyChatterleysLover]]
6th Dec '12 6:11:22 AM Solle
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* {{Blueblood}}: The Chatterley family
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* {{Blueblood}}: The Chatterley familyfamily.

* TheLoinsSleepTonight: One reason Lady Chatterley strays: her husband is impotent due to an injury sustained in WorldWarOne
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* TheLoinsSleepTonight: One reason Lady Chatterley strays: seeks a new lover: her husband is impotent due to an injury sustained in WorldWarOneWorldWarOne. He gives her his blessing to find another lover, although he doesn't want to hear about it.

* RelationshipCeiling: Lord and Lady Chatterley have hit this, which is the real reason she cheats (even more than her husband's impotence.)
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* RelationshipCeiling: Lord and Lady Chatterley have hit this, which is the real reason she cheats seeks a new lover (even more than her husband's impotence.)

* {{Tsundere}}: Bertha Coutts [[spoiler: The reason why Oliver is cheating on her with Connie]]
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* {{Tsundere}}: Bertha Coutts Coutts. [[spoiler: The reason why Oliver is cheating on her with Connie]]Connie]].
6th Dec '12 6:09:36 AM Solle
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''Lady Chatterley's Lover'' is an 1928 novel by D. H. Lawrence, about a young married woman, Constance (Lady Chatterley), whose upper-class husband, has been paralyzed and rendered impotent, so she starts an affair with the gamekeeper, Oliver Mellors.
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''Lady Chatterley's Lover'' is an 1928 novel by D. H. Lawrence, about a young married woman, Constance (Lady Chatterley), Chatterley) whose upper-class husband, has been paralyzed and rendered impotent, so impotent. With his blessing, she starts an affair with the gamekeeper, Oliver Mellors.
31st Oct '12 11:40:27 AM johnnye
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* FunetikAksent: Mellors' [[BritishAccents Derbyshire accent]] is rendered phonetically; some readers find it difficult to understand, and others find it can [[{{Narm}} detract from the drama]].
18th Aug '12 10:31:26 PM MsChibi
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* CheatingWithTheMilkMan: Or, in this case, the gardener.
10th Jun '12 1:18:00 PM xdyj
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* BannedInChina: First published in Florence, Italy, because it could not be published in the United Kingdom until 1960.
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* BannedInChina: First published in Florence, Italy, because it could not be published in the United Kingdom until 1960. And was indeed banned in China until 1980s.
22nd Apr '12 11:32:01 PM MsChibi
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* RagsToRiches: Connie starts off from a working-class background, and marries Lord Chatterley, but she is not happy.
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* RagsToRiches: Connie starts off from a working-class background, and marries Lord Chatterley, but she is not happy. happy. * RelationshipCeiling: Lord and Lady Chatterley have hit this, which is the real reason she cheats (even more than her husband's impotence.)
20th Apr '12 2:37:22 AM Aquila89
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Due to its graphic sexual content, the novel created a great deal of controversy. In several countries, it was banned or heavily censored. The free release of ''Lady Chatterley's Lover'' was considered an important milestone of the sexual revolution of TheSixties.
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Due to its graphic sexual content, the novel created a great deal of controversy. In several countries, it was banned or heavily censored. The free release of ''Lady Chatterley's Lover'' was considered to be an important milestone of the sexual revolution of TheSixties.
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