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In 'You Touched Me' and 'The Fox', a male interloper disturbs the settled lives of two unmarried women. 'Her Turn' is a light-hearted portrait of a second marriage, while 'Odour of Chrysanthemums' is a darker tale of an unhappy relationship. 'The Flying Fish' depicts a man's discovery of the sheer joy to be found in nature. These fives stories demonstrate Lawrence's sensitivity to the complex relationship between men and women and the lessons to be learned from the natural world.