By Robert Darroch
This is the 1st quantity of the author's Lawrence's a hundred Days in Australia which tells the tale of the way the 20th-century's such a lot arguable writer got here to jot down his so much striking paintings of "fiction".
ROBERT DARROCH, the President of the DH Lawrence Society of Australia, is a journalist, author and web practitioner. His first publication approximately Lawrence, DH Lawrence in Australia (Macmillan Australia), was once released in 1981. He and his spouse Sandra now run The Svengali Press, a electronic publishing company.
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