Banned Books, 56 Years and Counting

Lady Chatterlee's Lover Buy

  D. H. Lawrence’s Lady Chatterley’s Lover is often viewed as the prime example of risqué literature that was once banned. Part of that is due to Lawrence’s word selection and sexual descriptions throughout the book, which caused many at the time of publication in 1928, and for a long time afterward, to call it filthy and obscene. Sentences such […]

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