Certainly, Lawrence is known to have been a writer of fiction that referred extensively to his own autobiography; for example, the coal miners and industrial settings that fill his novels are drawn directly from Lawrence's own childhood experiences.
Michaelis is attracted to Connie because her social status would assist his pursuit of the "bitch-goddess Success" Through the experiences of the novel's characters, Lady Chatterley's Lover advances techniques for coping with the modern world: retreating from society and engaging in phallic sex.
Well then, cleanse the mind, that is the real job.
Modernism could be said to be characterized by a privileging of subjective states of being in response to empirical and rational views of the world. He wants to emphasize that humans are made both of their minds and their bodies.
He could wheel himself about in a wheeled chair, and he had a sort of bath-chair with a motor attachment, in which he could put slowly around the park. It looks backwards towards a Victorian stylistic formality, and it seems to anticipate the social morality of the late 20th century in its frank engagement with explicit subject matter and profanity.
It marked the end of a chapter. The narrator presents it a little bit explicit in this line:Both Hilda and Constance had had their tentative love affairs by the time they were eighteen.
Although some language might be slightly vulgar, most of the character dialect is very gentle and easygoing.
Lawrence, which was banned in the United States until and in England until because it said that the novel contains pornography.