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Lorenzo: D.H. Lawrence and the Women Who Loved Him

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With his high, piping voice and fragile physique, D. H. Lawrence bore little resemblance to the strong, handsome protagonists of his fiction. Yet there was something about Lawrence — some indefinable but irresistibly seductive aura — that led women to fight over him, adore him, and even worship him. Throughout his life there was at least one woman, and frequently more than ...more
Hardcover, 367 pages
Published 1975 by Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
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Dec 06, 2013 Joe rated it liked it
Emily Hahn was a wonderful writer and a feminist ahead of her time. Her knowledge and insight on D. H. Lawrence is probably as good as we'll ever get.

Through Emily Hahn's clear and unblinking eyes I feel that I've met the man, talked with him, traveled with him, observed his shy charm that captivated so many women. And I like him somewhat less for it, though I admire his novels all the more.
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"Mickey" Hahn was called "a forgotten American literary treasure" by The New Yorker magazine; she was the author of 52 books and more than 180 articles and stories. Her father was a hardware salesman and her mother a suffragette. She and her siblings were brought up to be independent and to think for themselves and she became the first woman to take a degree in mining engineering from the ...more
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