Person    | Male  Born 11/9/1885  Died 2/5/1930

D. H. Lawrence

Categories: Literature, Seriously Famous

Countries: France

Novelist and poet (also painter). Born Eastwood, Nottinghamshire. Died Vence, France. Novels include: Lady Chatterley's Lover, Sons and Lovers, Women in Love.

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D. H. Lawrence

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D. H. Lawrence - Addiscombe

Plaque unveiled by the author, Alan Sillitoe.

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D. H. Lawrence - Hampstead

D. H. Lawrence, 1885 - 1930, novelist and poet, lived here in 1915. Greater L...

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