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From cross-class love affairs to extra-marital indiscretions, there's a myriad of forbidden relationships. And, it would seem that just as love-struck couples are incapable of overcoming their desires, novelists are unable to avoid the lure of forbidden love. From 19th-century French classics to modern day British blockbusters, there are countless titles that have taken on the subject, but here are my top Lady Chatterley's Lover —D. Lawrence Penguin Books was prosecuted under the Obscene Publications Act in for publishing Lawrence's depiction of an extra-marital affair between the aristocratic Lady Chatterley and her working-class gamekeeper Mellors. A "not guilty" verdict in however enabled the novel to be made available to readers in the UK for the first time, and the furore ensured the book sold out on the first day of publication.
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