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Love Poems and Others

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Amedeo Modigliani

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Women in Love (Golden Deer Classics)

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The Trespasser by D H Lawrence (Illustrated)

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The Rainbow by D H Lawrence (Illustrated)

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Women in Love by D H Lawrence (Illustrated)

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The Lost Girl by D H Lawrence (Illustrated)

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Mr Noon by D H Lawrence (Illustrated)

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Twilight in Italy by D H Lawrence (Illustrated)

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Aaron’s Rod by D H Lawrence (Illustrated)

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The White Peacock by D H Lawrence (Illustrated)

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Sons and Lovers by D H Lawrence (Illustrated)

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Women in Love

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Sons and Lovers

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The Lost Girl

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The Lost Girl

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Women in Love

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The Christening

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The Horse Dealer's Daughter

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The Lovely Lady

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The Widowing of Mrs Holroyd - A Drama in Three Acts

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Sea and Sardinia

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The Collected Works of David Herbert Lawrence - The Complete Works PergamonMedia

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Novelle Rusticane - Little Novels of Sicily - Bilingual parallel text - Bilingue con testo inglese a fronte: Italian - English Italiano - Inglese (Dual Language Easy Reader)

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The Virgin And The Gypsy - “A woman has to live her life or live to repent not having lived it”

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Fantasia of the Unconscious - “This is the very worst wickedness that we refuse to acknowledge the passionate evil that is in us ”

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Twilight in Italy - “Instead of chopping yourself down to fit the world chop the world down to fit yourself ”

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The White Peacock - “Be a good animaltrue to your instincts”

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The Trespasser - “I love trying things and discovering how I hate them”

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