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DH Lawrence Talk Thursday 19 March

D.H. Lawrence poet

Talk by Graham Fawcett

Thursday 19 March 6.30pm

Tickets: £10/ £25 with buffet dinner afterwards

Phone 01308 459511 to book.

Entertaining lecturer, writer, translator and educator Graham Fawcett will give a talk about the life and particularly the poetry of David Herbert Richards Lawrence (1885 – 1930) the novelist, poet, playwright, essayist, literary critic and painter who was the son of a barely literate Nottinghamshire coalminer. 485 more words

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