D.H. Lawrence: a biography
This biography, by a master of the genre, traces Lawrence's pilgrimage from a Midlands mining village, through Germany, Italy, Ceylon, Australia, America and Mexico, to his death in France, after the scandalous publication of Lady Chatterley's Lover at the age of 44. Illustrated.
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A Mining Village
A Disastrous Marriage
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