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Women in Love is narrated by a third-person omniscient narrator. In addition to revealing the perspectives and thoughts of various characters, the narrator reveals bias by presenting judgments and claiming insight into characters and situations.
Women in Love is narrated in the past tense.
The title Women in Love is deliberately misleading; the relationships between the two main characters and the men they love are characterized by hatred, anxiety, despair, and violence. The characters struggle to redefine not only love and relationships but their identities, their understanding of society, and the meaning of life itself.
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