Books: Postscript to Passion

LADY CHATTERLEY'S SECOND HUSBAND —Jehanne d'Orliac—McBride ($2).

Only those who buy or borrow bootleg books got a chance to read the late D. H. Lawrence's Lady Chatterley's Lover, the most outspoken novel yet written on sexual unhappiness, its cause and cure. Those who read it remember, besides its paeans to physical passion, punctuated by Anglo-Saxon four-letter words and North-country dialect, its Lawrentian plot: how Lady Constance Chatterley, full-blooded young wife to a paralytic peer, sought fulfillment elsewhere and found it with Mellors, her husband's gamekeeper. Author Lawrence, no champion of neat...

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