"Loving" is a novel by Henry Green, published in 1945. It is set in England during World War II and tells the story of a group of people who work in a factory that produces machine parts for the war effort. The novel focuses on the relationships between the characters, who come from different social classes and backgrounds, and the ways in which they are affected by the war and their work.
The novel is known for its unconventional structure and use of language, as Green experiments with different narrative styles and techniques. It is a poignant and powerful portrayal of the human experience during a time of great upheaval and change. "Loving" has received critical acclaim for its insight into the human condition and its innovative approach to storytelling.