It is easy to smile at the consternation this novel caused readers in 1928. The unexpurgated edition was not allowed circulation in Great Britain until 1960. By comparison to today’s standards, passages that once scandalized, now seem quaint, even oddly innocent. But Lady Chatterley retains its appeal, not only as one of the first novels whose characters discussed sexuality openly, but as a moving story of a woman who defies convention to find happiness. Download and start listening now!