D.H. Lawrence has been acclaimed and damned for his extremely honest novel of love. Lady Chatterley's Lover. Thousands have read that once - banned book.
Not so with The Fox. This impressive story of a tormented love triangle has remained relatively unknown. The Fox is Lawrence's brilliant novel of two manless women and the intruder who threatens their love - truly a hidden masterpiece of sensuality and desire.
Maggie: A Girl of the Streets.
"Maggie: A Girl of the Streets" tells of misery life in the slum districts of New York. The story was published in 1893 under a pseudonym.
Today, most critics look upon "Maggie" as a classic of the literature of social protest. To be sure, the author of this true-to-life portrayal of rotten society offers no solution to the problem. Yet no one can deny that the story was written with deep conviction that something had to be done, that a stop had to be put to human waste and degradation, that social conditions had to be bettered.