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12 Famous Quotes by D.H. Lawrence

The horse, the horse! The symbol of surging potency and power of movement, of action.

Horses Quotes, by D.H. Lawrence

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The tragedy is when you've got sex in the head instead of down where it belongs.

Tragedy Quotes, by D.H. Lawrence

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Life is ours to be spent, not to be saved.

Life Quotes, by D.H. Lawrence

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We need not feel ashamed of flirting with the zodiac. The zodiac is well worth flirting with.

Zodiac Quotes, by D.H. Lawrence

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We don't exist unless we are deeply and sensually in touch with that which can be touched but not known.

Existence Quotes, by D.H. Lawrence

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In every living thing there is the desire for love.

Foresight Quotes, by D.H. Lawrence

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You'll never succeed in idealizing hard work. Before you can dig mother earth you've got to take off your ideal jacket. The harder a man works, at brute labor, the thinner becomes his idealism, the darker his mind.

Idealism Quotes, by D.H. Lawrence

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Myth is an attempt to narrate a whole human experience, of which the purpose is too deep, going too deep in the blood and soul, for mental explanation or description.

Myths Quotes, by D.H. Lawrence

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Pornography is the attempt to insult sex, to do dirt on it.

Pornography Quotes, by D.H. Lawrence

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The true artist doesn't substitute immorality for morality. On the contrary, he always substitutes a finer morality for a grosser. And as soon as you see a finer morality, the grosser becomes relatively immoral.

Profession and professionals Quotes, by D.H. Lawrence

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The profoundest of all sensualities is the sense of truth and the next deepest sensual experience is the sense of justice

Sensuality Quotes, by D.H. Lawrence

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It was cold, and he was coughing. A fine cold draught blew over the knoll. He thought of the woman. Now he would have given all he had or ever might have to hold her warm in his arms, both of them wrapped in one blanket, and sleep. All hopes of eternity and all gain from the past he would have given to have her there, to be wrapped warm with him in one blanket, and sleep, only sleep. It seemed the sleep with the woman in his arms was the only necessity.

Woman Quotes, by D.H. Lawrence

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