The rainbow
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The rainbow

By David Herbert Lawrence
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This is an OCR edition with typos. Excerpt from book: CHAPTER III CHILDHOOD OF ANNA LENSKT TOM BRANGWEN never loved his own son as he loved his step-child Anna. When they told him it was a boy, he had a thrill of pleasure. He liked the confirmation of fatherhood. It gave him satisfaction to know he had a son. But he felt not very much outgoing to the baby itself. He was its father, that was enough. He was glad that his wife was mother of his child. She was serene, a little bit shadowy, as if she were transplanted. In the birth of the child she seemed to lose connection with her former self. She became now really English, really Mrs. Brangwen. Her vitality, however, seemed lowered. She was still, to Brangwen, immeasurably beautiful. She was still passionate, with a flame of being. But the flame was not robust and present. Her eyes shone, her face glowed for him, but like some flower opened in the shade, that could not bear the full light. She loved the baby. But even this, with a sort of dimness, a faint absence about her, a shadowi- ness even in her mother-love. When Brangwen saw her nursing his child, happy, absorbed in it, a pain went over him like a thin flame. For he perceived how he must subdue himself in his approach to her. And he wanted again the robust, moral exchange of love and passion such as he had had at first with her, at one time and another, when they were matched at their highest intensity. This was the one experience for him now. And he wanted it, always, with remorseless craving. She came to him again, with the same lifting her mouth as had driven him almost mad with trammelled passion at first. She came to him again, and, his heart delirious in delight and readiness, he took her. And it was almost as before. Perhaps it was quite as before. At any rate, it made him know perfection, it establishe...

Table of Contents
  • THE RAINBOW
    • THE MODERN LIBRARY NEW YORK
      • COPYRIGHT, 1915, BY D. H. LAWRENCE Random House is the publisher of THE MODERN LIBRARY BENNETT A. CERF ▪ DONALD S. KLOPFER ▪ ROBERT K. HAAS Manufactured in the United States of America Printed by Parkway Printing Company Bound by H. Wolff
      • TO ELSE
    • CONTENTS
  • THE RAINBOW
    • CHAPTER I
      • HOW TOM BRANGWEN MARRIED A POLISH LADY
      • CHAPTER II
        • THEY LIVE AT THE MARSH
      • CHAPTER III
        • CHILDHOOD OF ANNA LENSKY
      • CHAPTER IV
        • GIRLHOOD OF ANNE BRANGWEN
      • CHAPTER V
        • WEDDING AT THE MARSH
      • CHAPTER VI
        • ANNA VICTRIX
      • CHAPTER VII
        • THE CATHEDRAL
      • CHAPTER VIII
        • THE CHILD
      • CHAPTER IXIX
        • THE MARSH AND THE FLOOD
      • CHAPTER X
        • THE WIDENING CIRCLE
      • CHAPTER XII
        • FIRST LOVE
      • CHAPTER XII
        • SHAME
      • CHAPTER XIII
        • THE MAN'S WORLD
      • CHAPTER XIV
        • THE WIDENING CIRCLE
      • CHAPTER XV
        • THE BITTERNESS OF ECSTASY
      • CHAPTER XVI
        • THE RAINBOW
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