Lady Chatterley's Lover | Study Guide

D.H. Lawrence

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Lady Chatterley's Lover | Character Map

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Connie Chatterley Progressive woman; gradually awakens to sensuality; rejects status quo Oliver Mellors Veteran of war and bad relationships; solitary gamekeeper; opens to love Spouses Former lovers Friends Attendant Lovers Sisters Employer Mrs. Bolton Widow; private nurse; social climber Clifford Chatterley Semi-paralyzed veteran; wealthy intellectual; follower of tradition Hilda Reid Young, soon-to-be divorcée; proud member of the leisure class Michaelis Famed playwright; social outcast
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