By Christina Ross
The enterprise of affection is dangerous.
For Jennifer Kent, a contemporary MBA graduate who has been trying to find paintings in big apple for 4 lengthy months, time and cash are operating out. If she doesn't locate paintings quickly, she'll have to go back to her local Maine, the place the task scenario is much more bleak.
And the place her abusive mom and dad lie in wait.
But while an unorthodox association is proposed, Jennifer makes a decision to take it. She is of the same opinion to be the "girlfriend" of Alexander Wenn, the reluctant, billionaire CEO of Wenn firms, who's so devastatingly solid taking a look, he wishes a stunning lady like Jennifer on his arm to "keep the wolves at bay."
In this situation, the wolves are different girls, all of whom vie for his consciousness so aggressively, they preserve him from concentrating on company on the unique occasions he needs to attend. It's there that bargains are reduce. What they wish is his funds and his energy. broken by way of a prior occasion, the one factor Alex desires to do is specialise in paintings. And to put out of your mind the past.
But can Jennifer deny their white-hot chemistry? As she's swept into this glittering otherworld of society and massive enterprise, she reveals herself suffering to maintain from falling for Alex, a virtually most unlikely feat she however needs to meet.
Armed together with her MBA, Jennifer Kent understands approximately company. yet what she doesn't understand is what might damage her--the enterprise of shielding her personal center. and perhaps her personal lifestyles.
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Out of her disconnection, a restlessness was taking possession of her like madness. It twitched her limbs when she didn舗t want to twitch them, it jerked her spine when she didn舗t want to jerk upright.... a mad restlessness. It made her heart beat violently for no reason. And she was getting thinner. It was just restlessness (p. 21). One of Lawrence舗s great strengths as a writer, in contradiction to the charge that he is schematic and didactic, is his willingness to encompass self-contradiction in his characters舗 personalities and desires.
In his essay 舠The Future of the Novel舡 (1923; also called 舠Surgery for the Novel舒or a Bomb舡; reprinted in Phoenix), for example, he expresses disgust with 舠high modernism舡 and its highly self-conscious avantgarde sensibility. After Lawrence舗s death the highly esteemed British critic F. R. Leavis helped to establish his reputation as a serious and moral critic of modern culture in the 1950s. Interest in Lady Chatterley舗s Lover revived in 1960 when Penguin Books decided to challenge the prevailing standard of obscenity by publishing an unexpurgated edition of the novel.
Few novelists have had such extreme evaluations; Lawrence was seen as liberating and revolutionary, on one hand, and conservative, even fascistic, on the other. In general, Lawrence seems to be a writer whom readers either love passionately for the beauty of his prose and the honesty of his provocative ideas, or find overblown, absurd, and annoying because of his tendency to preach his eccentric opinions when the reader wants plot development. It is safe to say that few readers find him bland. Lady Chatterley舗s Lover is a particularly vibrant example of what is both valuable and grating in reading Lawrence.