Journal Entry 8: Lady Chatterley's Lover (180-198)Pages 180-198 of Lady Chatterley’s Lover further emphasize established gender roles. Throughout this section of the novel, D.H. Lawrence alludes to Clifford’s inability to accept help from a woman. In chapter 13, Clifford and Connie go for a stroll in the woods. The journey is difficult for Clifford, considering his paraplegic condition, but he refuses to acquire his wife’s help--”’Sound the horn then, if you won’t let me push,’ she said. ‘Hell! Be quiet a moment!’” (205). This represents their relationship overall.