Excerpt From Lady Chatterley's Lover By D. H.

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Carla Mendoza Business 1050 10/2/15 Assignment 12 “Excerpt from Lady Chatterley’s Lover” by D. H. Lawrence Vocabulary 1. Anarchist- supporter of anarchy 2. Beeches- woods made of beech trees 3. Collies- the poor people (referred to as dogs) 4. Flush- to dispose of something 5. Obstinating- stubborn 6. Pillage- to rob a place using force 7. Tevershall- a mining village 8. Thrash- to defeat a person or team decisively 9. Valetudinarian- someone of poor health or overly concerned with their health 10. “The wood”- the house Standard six questions 1. The reading “Excerpt from Lady Chatterley’s Lover” was written by D. H. Lawrence. He was an English novelist, poet, playwright, essayist, literary critic and painter. He wrote many books on the central topics of the dehumanizing effects of modernity and industrialization. 2.…show more content…
The text is about two higher class people discussing the way their society is run. How one is born to be made great or born to be lesser. It also discusses how one may run the industry, but the industry runs many. It makes commentary on what the rulers of an industry think about themselves. It is about how industry affects both the little people who work and the larger people who direct the work. 3. This text was supposedly written in 1928. Other events around that time were: The first transatlantic flight went from Europe to the US and Alfred Hitchcock’s first film was released. 4. This text was supposedly written in Florence Italy. Other happenings at that time was the treaty signed between the Kingdom of Italy and the Ethiopian Empire 5. This text is relevant to the study of modern business in that it gives a commentary on what people in that industry view their business as having nothing wrong and how others can view that same industry as being all wrong. 6. For me this reading was a double edged sword I could agree with lady Chatterley on everything but I could also agree on some of the things that lord Chatterley

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