In "The Rocking-Horse Winner" by D. H. Lawrence, what does Paul do to try to find luck?
Hester is materialistic. She and her husband do not make enough money to suit the social position they like to live in. There is a constant feeling of anxiety in the house and it is based upon a need (or greed) for more money. Much of this anxiety is perpetuated by Hester. The family is haunted by this notion of needing more money. They even hallucinate and hear the phrase "There must be more money!"
In a conversation with Hester, Paul asks her why they...
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