Never-Ending Book Quiz
from: Out of Sheer Rage: Wrestling With D. H. Lawrence, by _______________________.
"What is surprising is to find that the parts of the correspondence of a great writer I most like are those which would be edited out if any kind of selection were made,
i.e. those having nothing to do with his genius and everything to do with his ordinariness, with the ordinariness he claimed to loathe. The fact that Lawrence wrote Lady Chatterley's Lover means next to nothing to me; what matters is that he paid his way, settled his debt, made nice jam and marmalade, and put up shelves."
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