D. H. Lawrence Quote

That she bear children is not a woman's significance.
But that she bear herself,
that is her supreme and risky fate.


Lawrence on Hardy and painting: Study of Thomas Hardy; &, Introduction to these paintings (ed. Heinemann Educational Publishers, 1973)

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That she bear children is not a woman's significance. But that she bear herself, that is her supreme and risky fate.

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That she bear children is not a woman's significance. But that she bear herself, that is her supreme and risky fate.

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That she bear children is not a woman's significance. But that she bear herself, that is her supreme and risky fate.

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That she bear children is not a woman's significance. But that she bear herself, that is her supreme and risky fate.