TITLE

CHAPTER XIV: WATER-PARTY

PUB. DATE
March 2006
SOURCE
Women in Love;3/1/2006, p116
SOURCE TYPE
Classic Book
DOC. TYPE
Book Chapter
ABSTRACT
Chapter 14 of the book "Women in Love," by D. H. Lawrence is presented. It relates the pleasures provided by the public water-party initiated by Gerald Critch, such as the provision of launch on Willey Water and the utilization of rowing boats among guests. Furthermore, it highlights the consolation given by Gudrun Brangwen to Gerald because of the death of her sister named Diana.
ACCESSION #
34323282

 

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