Constance and Clifford got married during the war and they had a one month honeymoon.After that, Clifford went back to France and he got badly injured.
She finds herself attracted to Oliver Mellors, the house gamesman, who maintains distance from her because of his job and their differing class status.
She finds the man incredibly sensitive and aware of life's nuances. Despite several such interactions, distance remains between them. For the first time they experience simultaneous orgasms.
This experience provides the two with a sense of deep, fundamental connection.
Connie imagines herself to be pregnant with Mellors' son. This story is super sexy and seems like it's the story her was meant to write, after years of fearing to take it on in a real way.
She finds Mellors to be a vital, living man, the antidote to her world of phony, bloodless intellectualism. Lawrence's typical fascination with the smallest of human emotions and motivations. The story is about a young woman named Constance who tries to keep her marriage together despite her husband being paralyzed and unable to have sex.
Mellors' estranged wife returns to him and ruins the man with angry rumors she spreads about him. Desperate to be with him, Connie reveals that she is pregnant with Mellors' baby to Clifford who nonetheless refuses to divorce her. The story ends with Mellors and Connie waiting for Mellors' divorce to go through, hoping they can one day be together. His detailed examination of the emotional map of attraction and sexual union are what make this book an enduring classic, 100 years later. Constance and Clifford live a peaceful life at their old mansion called Wragby, in Midlands, England.
They have met each other before World War I when they were both studying abroad, experiencing young love and discussing political issues.
When Connie's aristocrat husband is rendered impotent in war she finds sexual fulfillment with their poor servant.
Connie is beautiful bohemian intellectual who, at 23, marries an extravagantly wealthy aristocrat named Clifford.