D.H. Lawrence - Sons and Lovers

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She went indoors, wondering if things were never going to alter. She was beginning by now to realize that they would not. She seemed so far away from her girlhood; she wondered if it were the same person walking heavily up the back garden at the Bottoms, as had run so lightly up the break water at Sheerness ten years before.

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malevolarky 5 years, 11 months ago
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/D._H._Lawrence

I think we should let his creative decisions stand.
carolinagirl_46382 5 years, 11 months ago
much much too wordy; uses passive voice ineffectively; run-on sentence; lastly, if backgarden is one word, why isn't breakwater? or is it a colloquialism, of sort? sorry, cannot help but mention the use of "never;" it seems... "ever" more fitting. thank you for your attention to these issues.

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