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The Rainbow by D. H. Lawrence

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The Rainbow
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Publisher: Random House
ISBN/ASIN: 1604596368
Number of pages: 417

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Most of the book is about the youth and coming to age of Ursula Brangwan. Lawrence's feeling for and understanding of his female characters is astounding, particularly when compared with that of other writers of his time.

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