Women in Love book' s Inspiring Sayings and Image Quotes by D.H. Lawrence

Best Women in Love's book Quotes

Women in Love is a novel by English author D. H. Lawrence, it was published in 1920






“Better a thousand times take one's chance with death than accept a life one did not want.”
Women in Love

For to desire is better than to possess, the finality of the end was dreaded as deeply as it was desired
Women in Love


She was not herself--she was not anything. She was something that is going to be--soon--soon--very soon. But as yet, she was only imminent
Women in Love

“It is all possessions, possessions, bullying you and turning you into a generalization. You must leave your surroundings sketchy, unfinished so that you are never contained, never confined, never dominated from the outside.”
Women in Love




“You've got to lapse out before you can know what sensual reality is, lapse into unknowingness, and give up your volition...You've got to learn not-to-be before you can come into being.”
Women in Love


He would behave in the same way, say the same things, give himself completely to anybody who came along, anybody and everybody who liked to appeal to him. It was despicable, a very insidious form of prostitution
Women in Love


If you admit a unison, you forfeit all the possibilities of chaos...Love is a direction that excludes all other directions. It is freedom together if you like.
Women in Love


But better die than live mechanically a life that is a repetition of repetitions.
Women in Love


Instead of chopping yourself down to fit the world, chop the world down to fit yourself.
Women in Love




Every true artist is the salvation of every other. Only artists produce for each other a world that is fit to live in.
Women in Love


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