£3 (free concessions)
1 hour (no interval)
Professor John Worthen explores the editing process – using the example of his own work on Lawrence’s Memoir of Maurice Magnus Manuscripts and Special Collections have recently acquired Maurice Magnus’ original typescript, Dregs, for which Lawrence wrote his memoir and the talk will consider the implications of access to this.
Image credit: DH Lawrence, Odour of Chrysanthemums, p. 27.
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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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