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By Sue Townsend

This 5th installment of Adrian Mole's diary (The mystery Diary of Adrian Mole elderly thirteen 3/4; Adrian Mole: The Cappuccino Years, etc.) breaks new floor with its obstacle for present affairs and its sympathetic remedy of not-always-exemplary characters. Adrian, as traditional, is suffering from a number of relationships and with consistent monetary difficulties, continuously attempting to do the fitting factor, yet frequently giving in to his baser urges, in love and in spending. He turns into unintentionally engaged to dollhouse-building homebody Marigold whereas spending flirtatious evenings with youth love Pandora; fires off missives to the likes of Tony Blair and Tim Henman; and works, really, to be an excellent father, pal and ex-husband to a forged of usually weird and wonderful yet continuously human characters. Townsend, writer of diverse non-Adrian novels, performs and nonfiction, makes Adrian's grownup disorientation palpable as he attempts to determine how he went from website hosting a well-liked tv exhibit to operating in a failing second-hand book shop, and copes with the surprise of seeing adolescence bullies make sturdy and youth desires pass awry. Arguments in regards to the battle determine prominently: one in all Adrian's sons is shipped to Iraq; his ally, Robert, is there, too. Adrian's reactions to the warfare are complicated, humorous and wrenching. by the point the diary breaks off (on Sunday, July 22, 2004), issues are having a look up for Adrian and a bridesmaid—and he's contemplating (to her consternation) writing an autobiography.

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As he grew stronger back in Eastwood, regular walks out to Haggs Farm aided his recovery and reinforced his strong emotional bond with the Chambers family, and with Jessie. Lawrence began to immerse himself in their daily life, helping out with cooking and cleaning, going for walks in the surrounding woods, and overseeing dancing, singing, play‐acting, card games and charades. 30 (iv) Books Lawrence’s developing intimacy with Jessie would have intensified his mother’s resentment. Lawrence and Jessie bonded through their imaginative engagement with literature.

See Spencer 19–20. 17. E. T. 77. 18. Lawrence was withdrawn from the school between October 1889 and September 1892. See Worthen 75–6. For an account of Lawrence being taunted by boys from the Breach, see Nehls,Vol. I, 23. 19. See Worthen 87. 20. J. D. Chambers, ‘Memories of D. H. Lawrence,’ 6. 21. See E. T. 16. 22. J. D. Chambers, ‘Memories of D. H. Lawrence,’ 9. 23. See E. T. 25. 24. J. D. Chambers, ‘Memories of D. H. Lawrence,’10; E. T. 25. Jessie’s brother David would recall how she recited the poetry of Walter Scott and Wordsworth in the house.

E. T. 30. 28. E. T. 35; J. D. Chambers, ‘Memories of D. H. Lawrence,’ 10. 29. E. T. 31; J. D. Chambers, ‘Memories of D. H. Lawrence,’ 7. 30. See E. T. 134 and Nehls,Vol. III, 575. 31. The 1895 catalogue of the ‘The Library of the Eastwood and Greasley Mechanics’ and Artizans’ Institute’ is extant (Nottingham County Libraries). 32. E. T. 92. 33. See Worthen 111. ’ 35. E. T. 92–6. Rose Marie Burwell’s ‘A Checklist of Lawrence’s Reading,’ in A D. H. Lawrence Handbook, 59–125, provides a helpful listing of Lawrence’s known reading by month and year.

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