The excerpt represents the core issue or deciding factor on which you must meditate, and is drawn from Lady Chatterley's Lover by D. H. Lawrence:|
freedom. They built themselves their pretty Tevershall, and they live
their own pretty lives. I can't live their lives for them. Every beetle
must live its own life.'
'But you make them work for you. They live the life of your coal-mine.'
'Not at all. Every beetle finds its own food. Not one man is forced to
work for me.
'Their lives are industrialized and hopeless, and so are ours,' she
'I don't think they are. That's just a romantic figure of speech, a
relic of the swooning and die-away romanticism. You don't look at all a
hopeless figure standing there, Connie my dear.'
Lady Chatterley's Lover