£3 (free concessions)
1 hour (no interval)
Lawrence’s stated indifference to the various editions of his works belies the serious attention he paid to the editing and publishing of his writing throughout his life. Dr Andrew Harrison addresses his interactions with editors, printers and publishers, and casts an eye over the many editions of Lawrence which have circulated both during his lifetime and subsequently.
Image credit: Photograph of DH Lawrence, 1913. DH Lawrence Collection, La Phot 1/5.
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Thursday 03 February-Sunday 29 MayWeston Gallery
Drawing on a range of items including rare first editions, this exhibition traces the ways in which Lawrence's writing was amended and censored.
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