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In America the chief accusation seems to be one of "Eroticism." This is odd, rather puzzling to my mind. Which Eros? Eros of the jaunty "amours," or Eros of the sacred mysteries? And if the latter, why accuse, why not respect, even venerate?
D.H. (David Herbert) Lawrence (1885–1930), British author. Women in Love, foreword, Modern Library (1937).
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