>>7577610 >Should I read him? Yes. He's one of the great English novelists. I've never read any other with quite the same style; among the modernists, I think he comes closest to developing a real language of feeling and experience, especially in The Rainbow.
>Where should I start? Sons and Lovers, then move on to The Rainbow and Women in Love. If you want more, go for Lady Chatterley's Lover and his short stories before exploring his more inconsistent later novels. His poetry has some bright spots too.
Incidentally, there's already an inactive Lawrence thread at >>7577168
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