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Love Poems and Others by D.H Lawrence features thirty-two poems of various lengths. With themes of love, marriage, gender, sexuality and emotional health, Lawrence's work is both relatable and revolutionary. Separated into three sections, Love Poems and Others addresses an eclectic variety of human struggles. The first section, Love Poems explores how gender changes the expectations of love and sex. Through the portrayal of the search for love, this section examines the almost violent human need for connection, pondering how society both enables and prevents this instinctual need. The next…mehr

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Love Poems and Others by D.H Lawrence features thirty-two poems of various lengths. With themes of love, marriage, gender, sexuality and emotional health, Lawrence's work is both relatable and revolutionary. Separated into three sections, Love Poems and Others addresses an eclectic variety of human struggles. The first section, Love Poems explores how gender changes the expectations of love and sex. Through the portrayal of the search for love, this section examines the almost violent human need for connection, pondering how society both enables and prevents this instinctual need. The next section, Dialect reproduces and preserves the language and concerns of the people in Nottinghamshire, England, a county in the East Midlands in which D.H Lawrence spent most of his youth. Through the honest depiction of this region, modern-day readers are afforded the privileged understanding of this historic area as Lawrence portrays the intricacies of the people who once lived there. The final section of Love Poems and Others is titled Schoolmaster. Following the narrative of a schoolmaster, this section explores themes of masculinity and youth. Each of the thirty-two poems featured in Love Poems and Others is crafted with masterful rhythm, vivid imagery, and tender sentiment. Through the use of accessible language and relatable themes, Lawrence explores the taboo and unspoken in his poetry, provoking strong reactions. Including provocative perspectives, honest depictions, and representation of a local culture and dialect, Love Poems and Others proves to be as insightful as it is beautiful. Originally published over one-hundred years ago in 1915, D.H Lawrence's Love Poems and Others simultaneously preserves the culture and customs of his time while also addressing social issues that modern society still struggles with, attesting to the timelessness of the human spirit.. Since our inception in 2020, Mint Editions has kept sustainability and innovation at the forefront of our mission. Each and every Mint Edition title gets a fresh, professionally typeset manuscript and a dazzling new cover, all while maintaining the integrity of the original book. With thousands of titles in our collection, we aim to spotlight diverse public domain works to help them find modern audiences. Mint Editions celebrates a breadth of literary works, curated from both canonical and overlooked classics from writers around the globe.
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David Herbert Lawrence, (185-1930) more commonly known as D.H Lawrence was a British writer and poet often surrounded by controversy. His works explored issues of sexuality, emotional health, masculinity, and reflected on the dehumanizing effects of industrialization. Lawrence's opinions acquired him many enemies, censorship, and prosecution. Because of this, he lived the majority of his second half of life in a self-imposed exile. Despite the controversy and criticism, he posthumously was championed for his artistic integrity and moral severity.