“We’ve got to live, no matter how many skies have fallen.”  (Lady Chatterley’s Lover) The First World War had been a shattering experience for society. Through perhaps his most famous novel, D.H. Lawrence was calling for people to be courageous enough to live. However, it was not without controversy andRead More →

After World War 1, D.H. Lawrence travelled widely in Europe and the rest of the world. He died from tuberculosis, aged 44 years, in the South of France. His headstone has a fascinating story of its own, and is recounted here by Shan Davis from the D.H. Lawrence Birthplace Museum.Read More →

There is a cotton bonnet at the D.H. Lawrence Birthplace Museum at Eastwood, which was donated for its opening in 1976. In this second story about the life of D.H. Lawrence, Carolyn Melbourne (the Museum’s manager) tells us something about its fascinating history. Discover too an interesting link to aRead More →