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She decides to continue the fruitful relationship to the personnel and gets it on with the handsome young gardener herself.

Unlike Lady Chatterley's Lover, Young Lady Chatterley doesn't pretend to be a high-class literary adaptation.

So what can I mean by calling Lady Chatterley's Lover, a famously controversial novel, "thematically conservative"?

Well, it is important to remember not only precisely what this novel seems to advocate, but also the purpose of that advocacy. Lawrence himself made clear in his essay "A Propos of Lady Chatterley's Lover," he was no advocate of sex or profanity for their own sake.

The easiest of these assertions to prove is that Lady Chatterley's Lover is "formally conservative." By this I mean that there are few evident differences between the form of Lady Chatterley's Lover and the form of the high-Victorian novels written fifty years earlier: in terms of structure; in terms of narrative voice; in terms of diction, with the exception of a very few "profane" words.

It is important to remember that Lady Chatterley's Lover was written towards the end of the 1920s, a decade which had seen extensive literary experimentation.

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It is not a perfect novel, but it is a novel which has had a profound impact on the way that 20th-century writers have written about sex, and about the deeper relationships of which, thanks in part to Lawrence, sex can no longer be ignored as a crucial element.

And the characters tend towards flatness, towards representing a type, rather than speaking in their own voices and developing real three-dimensional personalities.

But surely, if Lady Chatterley's Lover is "formally conservative," it can hardly be called "thematically conservative"!

After all, this is a novel that raised censorious hackles across the English-speaking world.

It is a novel that liberally employs profanity, that more-or-less graphically--graphically, that is, for the 1920s: it is important not to evaluate the novel by the standards of profanity and graphic sexuality that have become prevalent at the turn of the 21st century--describes sex and orgasm, and whose central message is the idea that sexual freedom and sensuality are far more important, more authentic and meaningful, than the intellectual life.

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