For the first time, all of D H Lawrence's sixty-seven short stories are collected in one volume. The settings range from the scenes of his Nottinghamshire boyhood and his teaching years to the world of his travels, but the stories always encompass the eternal in the particular. It was Lawrence's genius to mirror the joy of life and human sexuality in the small scenes of everyday living.
This volume contains such stories as, 'The Prussian Officer', as well as many lesser known works. They are arranged in order of writing so the development of Lawrence's life and creativity can be followed.
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David Herbert Lawrence was the son of a coal-miner and a mother from a family with middle-class aspirations.
He was a poet, novelist, travel writer, playwright, art critic as well as one of the most consummate short story writers of the twentieth century.
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