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: How frightfully kind of you!
: [having an orgasm
] Oh, my God, Gerald! Shall I die?
: I am not married. Truth is best.
: And who is "Gudrun"? Gudrun Brangwen
: In a Norse myth, Gudrun was a sinner who murdered her husband. Gerald Crich
: And will you live up to that? Gudrun Brangwen
: Which would you prefer me to live up to, Mr Crich? The sinner or the murderer?
: You don't think one needs the experience of having been married? Ursula Brangwen
: Gudrun, do you really think it need be an experience? Gudrun Brangwen
: It's bound to be possibly undesirable, but still an experience of some sort. Ursula Brangwen
: Not really. More likely to be the end of experience. Gudrun Brangwen
: Yes, of course, there is that to consider.
: Don't you find yourself getting bored with everything? Everything fails to materialise. Nothing materialises. Everything withers in the bud. Everything. Ursula Brangwen
: Frightening. Do you hope to get anywhere by just marrying? Gudrun Brangwen
: Well, it seems the inevitable next step. But you see... it's just impossible. The man makes it impossible.
: Well, I was born here and I'll die here until I fly away.
: What do you do? Gudrun Brangwen
: I'm a sculptress. Loerke
: And what do you sculpt? Gudrun Brangwen
: Animals, birds. Loerke
: Knick-knacks for the rich?. You're not an artist. You've never worked as the world works. Gudrun Brangwen
: Yes, l have and l do. Loerke
: Have you known what it was to lie in bed for three days because you had nothing to eat... in a room with three other families and a toilet in the middle... a big pan with a plank on it... and your father making love to a street whore in the corner?
: The whole point of a lover... is to reach a complete understanding of sensual knowledge.