D. H. Lawrence takes the reader into an unhappy home, which, although upper-class, always faces financial difficulties. The eldest child, a mere boy, takes it on himself to rescue his family from the constant crises they go through. His way of doing so is unexpected and exciting for the reader (4,875 words).
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