Name: Course: Instructor Institution Date Nature And Love In The Horse Dealer's Daughter The “Horse Dealer’s Daughter” by David Herbert Lawrence is a 1922 collection in England My England and Other Stories. He’s one of the most influential writers of the twentieth century. In this story Lawrence breaks free from absolutes of typical love stories and presents romance/love in the most unpredictable of ways. It’s a story about love and the societal expectations of being a nurse or getting married. The writer highlights aspects of the natural being that humans otherwise regard as embarrassing such as sexuality and the natural behaviors associated with that. The Horse Dealers’ Daughter is an intriguing read especially for a liberated society that shuns hypocritical expectations to overcome embarrassment humans have assumed in regards to their natural being. Reference Lawrence David Herbert. The Horse-Dealer's Daughter. Booklassic 2015. [...]
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