Based on a diary of his friend Helen Corke, The Trespasser (1912) was Lawrence's second published novel. Violinist Siegmund and his former pupil Helena escape to the Isle of Wight for a romantic holiday. For Siegmund, these five precious days are a welcome respite from an unhappy marriage. For Helena, twelve years younger, they offer a rare taste of personal and emotional freedom. The idyll is set. But as the days go by, and guilt and reality begin to take hold, the brooding Siegmund knows that he must soon return to face his wife and children...
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This edition presents the restored text of Lawrence's second novel as he wrote it and includes a substantial introduction to the background of the novel, annotations for references and a discussion of Lawrence's general Wagnerian allusions.From the Publisher:
The Trespasser, Lawrence's second novel, was first published by Duckworth in 1912.
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