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D. H. Lawrence
   wrote   
Lady Chatterley's Lover
Its publication in 1928 caused a scandal due to its explicit sex scenes. Not printed in the UK until 1960.
D. H. Lawrence
   wrote   
Sons and Lovers
This autobiographical novel is 9th on the list of the 100 best novels in English of the 20th century (Modern Library)
D. H. Lawrence
   wrote   
The Rainbow
Subject of an obscenity trial in 1915. Copies were seized and burned. Banned in UK for 11 years.
D. H. Lawrence
   wrote the book adapted for the film   
Lady Chatterley's Lover (1981)
Based on the 1928 book
D. H. Lawrence
   wrote the book adapted for the film   
Kangaroo (1986)
Based on the 1923 book
D. H. Lawrence
   wrote   
Women in Love
It is a sequel to his earlier novel The Rainbow (1915), and follows the continuing loves and lives of the Brangwen sisters, Gudrun and Ursula.
D. H. Lawrence
   wrote   
Piano
"Softly, in the dusk, a woman is singing to me, taking me back down the vista of years"
D. H. Lawrence
   wrote   
The Rocking-Horse Winner
1885-1930
D. H. Lawrence
   wrote   
The Prussian Officer
From a collection of early stories, published 1916
D. H. Lawrence
   wrote   
Odour of Chrysanthemums
First published in 1909
D. H. Lawrence
   wrote   
The Primrose Path
D. H. Lawrence
   created the character   
Constance Chatterley
1928 Lady Chatterley's Lover
D. H. Lawrence
   created the character   
Tom Brangwen
The Rainbow, 1915
D. H. Lawrence
   created the character   
Gudrun Brangwen
Women in Love, 1920
D. H. Lawrence
   created the character   
Gertrude Morel
Sons and Lovers, 1913
D. H. Lawrence
   created the character   
Rupert Birkin
Women in Love, 1920
D. H. Lawrence
   created the character   
Ursula Brangwen
Women in Love
Tevershall
   was created by   
D. H. Lawrence
"Lady Chatterly's Lover", 1928
Wragby Hall
   was created by   
D. H. Lawrence
"Lady Chatterly's Lover"
Gamekeeper's Cottage
   was created by   
D. H. Lawrence
"Lady Chatterly's Lover"
Cossethay
   was created by   
D. H. Lawrence
Tiny midlands village where the Brangwens live, in "The Rainbow", 1915
Beldover
   was created by   
D. H. Lawrence
Town north of Cossethay, in "The Rainbow"
Bestwood
   was created by   
D. H. Lawrence
English coal-mining town in which is set "Sons and Lovers", 1913
D. H. Lawrence
   wrote   
Humming Bird
"We look at him through the wrong end of the long telescope of Time"
D. H. Lawrence
   wrote the book adapted for the film   
Lady Chatterley's Lover (1981)
Based on the 1928 book
D. H. Lawrence
   said   
"I Can Never Decide Whether My Dreams Are the Result of My Thoughts, or My Thoughts the Result of My Dreams."
D. H. Lawrence
   said   
"I Like to Write when I Feel Spiteful: It’s Like Having a Good Sneeze"
English novelist, poet, essayist
D. H. Lawrence
   said   
"I Shall Always Be a Priest of Love"
British Author
D. H. Lawrence
   said   
"Life is Ours to Be Spent, Not to Be Saved"
English novelist, poet, essayist






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