Lady Chatterley's Lover Topics for Discussion

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In the opening Chapters, Lawrence refers to the sexual climax and a crisis. Explain these comments.

At the dinner party in Chapter four, Clifford's guests discuss their views on women. How does this tie into the book's themes on love and relationships?

"At first Mrs. Bolton had thought there really was something different in a gentleman, a real gentleman, like Sir Clifford. So Sir Clifford had got a good start on her. But gradually she came to use her own term, she found he was like the rest, a baby grown to a man's proportions; but a baby with a queer temper and a fine manner and power in its control, and all sorts of odd knowledge that she had never dreamed of, with which he could still bully her." Referring to this quotation, describe how Clifford's relationship with Mrs. Bolton changes.

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