David Herbert Lawrence Books

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A Fragment Of Stained Glass

  [english | 1914]  

David Herbert Lawrence


Excerpts: [... so that he drags a little, and so that the right corner of his mouth is twisted up into his cheek with a constant grimace, unhidden by a heavy moustache. ...... of waiting till they have finished. His people do not like him, yet none could bring forth an accusation against him, save, that You never can tell ...... we chanted, came a crackling at the window, at the great east window,...]
Genres: [fiction | short storiesDownloads: 470

A Modern Lover

  [english | 1933]  

David Herbert Lawrence


Excerpts: [... But when he arrived at the brow where the hill swooped downwards, where the broad road ended suddenly, the sun had vanished from the space before him, ...... like a dream which wastes a sleep with unrest, was the South and its hurrying to and fro. Here, on the farther shore of the sunset, with the flushed tide ...... her go, and looked aside, saying some words of greeting. He had ...]
Genres: [fiction | short storiesDownloads: 18

A Sick Collier

  [english | 1914]  

David Herbert Lawrence


Excerpts: [... way in movement recalling a mating bird, which denotes a body taut and compact with life. Being a good worker he had earned decent money in the mine, ...... th' table for my breakfast, an' put my pit-things afront o' th' fire. I s'll be gettin' up at ha'ef pas' five. Tha nedna shift thysen not till when ter ...... I like ter be able to slobber if I feel like it, he said. He put ...]
Genres: [fiction | short storiesDownloads: 113

Aarons Rod

  [english | 1922]  

David Herbert Lawrence


Excerpts: [... sound. She turned, and went out, closing both doors behind her to shut out the noise. The shrill, rapid movement of the piccolo music seemed to possess ...... repeated laugh. We're so happy in a land of plenty, AREN'T WE DEAR? Do you mean I'm greedy, Julia? said Robert. Greedy!-Oh, greedy!-he asks if ...... Sisson negatively allowed himself to be led off. The others followed in ...]
Genres: [fictionDownloads: 74

Daughters Of The Vicar

  [english | 1914]  

David Herbert Lawrence


Excerpts: [... money. And so the little building crouched like a humped stone-and-mortar mouse, with two little turrets at the west corners for ears, in the fields ...... The husband, a very large man, rose and brought more coal to the already hot fire. He moved slowly and sluggishly. Already he was going dead being ...... sot, like the rest of them. They're not all drunken, mama, said Miss ...]
Genres: [fiction | short storiesDownloads: 200

England My England

  [english | 1915]  

David Herbert Lawrence


Summary: [England Their England (1933) is an affectionately satirical comic novel of 1920s English rural society by the Scottish writer A. G. Macdonell. It is particularly famed for its portrayal of village cricket.]
Genres: [fiction | short storiesDownloads: 343

Fanny And Annie

  [english | 1921]  

David Herbert Lawrence


Excerpts: [... And Annie Flame-lurid his face as he turned among the throng of flame-lit and dark faces upon the platform. In the light of the furnace she caught ...... knowing dismally enough that there wasn't. 'I'll just put it aside o' the penny-in-the-slot, and Heather's greengrocers'll fetch it about half past ...... up the hill, under the great long black building of the foundry. She walked ...]
Genres: [fiction | short storiesDownloads: 30

Fantasia Of The Unconscious

  [english | 1922]  

David Herbert Lawrence


Summary: [I am not a proper archaeologist nor an anthropologist nor an ethnologist. I am no scholar of any sort. But I am very grateful to scholars for their sound work. I have found hints suggestions for what I say here in all kinds of scholarly books from the Yoga and Plato and St. John the Evangel and the early Greek philosophers like Herakleitos down to Fraser and his Golden Bough and even Freud and ...]
Genres: [non-fiction | psychology | human sexualityDownloads: 126

Goose Fair

  [english | 1914]  

David Herbert Lawrence


Excerpts: [... the weary geese, lifting their poor feet that had been dipped in tar for shoes, and trailing them along the cobble-stones into the town. Last of all, ...... misery below, and she would have laughed out loud had the wall fallen flat upon them and relieved her of them. But the wall did not fall, so she ...... stones, illuminated by the hissing lamp of a man who sold rabbits and ...]
Genres: [fiction | short storiesDownloads: 338

Her Turn

  [english | 1913]  

David Herbert Lawrence


Summary: [No Turn Unstoned is a collection of the worst theatrical reviews in history compiled by Dame Diana Rigg best known as Mrs Peel in The Avengers television series. The first edition published by Elm Tree Books in 1982 did not sell well but over the years it attained a near-cult status and a paperback edition was released in 1991. Rigg wrote to her many friends and acquaintances in the theatre and ...]
Genres: [fiction | short storiesDownloads: 72

Lady Chatterley Lover

  [english | ]  

David Herbert Lawrence


Summary: [Apple Hill Chamber Players.]
Genres: [classicDownloads: 184

Lady Chatterleys Lover

  [english | 1928]  

David Herbert Lawrence


Summary: [Apple Hill Chamber Players.]
Genres: [fiction | eroticaDownloads: 337

Love Among The Haystacks

  [english | 1930]  

David Herbert Lawrence


Summary: [Fantastic]
Genres: [fiction | romance | short storiesDownloads: 279

Monkey Nuts

  [english | 1922]  

David Herbert Lawrence


Summary: [England my England.--Tickets please.--The blind man.--Monkey nuts.--Wintry peacock.--You touched me.--Samson and Delilah.--The primrose path.--The horse dealers daughter.--Fanny and Annie.]
Genres: [fiction | short storiesDownloads: 136

Mother And Daughter

  [english | 1929]  

David Herbert Lawrence


Summary: [The Mighty Queens of Freeville: A Mother a Daughter and the Town That Raised Them is a memoir by Amy Dickinson the author of the syndicated advice column Ask Amy. It was released on February 3rd 2009 by Hyperion Books. On the publication date Dickinson appeared on Good Morning America and the following day she appeared on The View to promote the memoir which chronicles her experiences with ...]
Genres: [fiction | short storiesDownloads: 318

New Eve And Old Adam

  [english | 1934]  

David Herbert Lawrence


Summary: [Adam Copeland on Edge is an autobiographical book written WWE professional wrestler Adam Copeland better known by his ring name Edge. The first hardcover edition was published by WWE Books and distributed by Pocket Books on November 4 2004. A paperback edition was released on October 11 2005 and a Kindle edition on May 10 2010.]
Genres: [fiction | short storiesDownloads: 64

Odour Of Chrysanthemums

  [english | 1914]  

David Herbert Lawrence


Excerpts: [... at the house, as if to claw down the tiled roof. Round the bricked yard grew a few wintry primroses. Beyond, the long garden sloped down to a bush-covered ...... black hair was parted exactly. For a few moments she stood steadily watching the miners as they passed along the railway: then she turned towards the ...... he went: half a sovereign that was. When? asked the woman. A' ...]
Genres: [fiction | short storiesDownloads: 265

Rawdons Roof

  [english | 1928]  

David Herbert Lawrence


Excerpts: [... so it seemed a little fantastic. Moreover, the man had a wife, of whom he was secretly rather proud, as a piece of fine property, and with whom he ...... Well! That's not quite the same thing, you know. When one leaves one's own house one gives up the keys of circumstance, so to speak. But, as far as possible, ...... he did not even write about it to his wife. The lady-for she was ...]
Genres: [fiction | short storiesDownloads: 316

Samson And Delilah

  [english | 1917]  

David Herbert Lawrence


Excerpts: [... the west-Cornish intonation. And as he went along the dreary road, looking now at the lights of the dwellings on land, now at the lights away to sea, ...... a stranger. But he spoke with that Cornish-Yankee accent she accepted as the natural twang among the miners. The stranger put his foot on the fender ...... a wet first,' said the sergeant. The woman bustled about getting the ...]
Genres: [fiction | short storiesDownloads: 4

Second Best

  [english | 1914]  

David Herbert Lawrence


Excerpts: [... the vagaries of her beloved Frances, said: Well, and aren't you always likely to be tired, after travelling that blessed long way from Liverpool yesterday? ...... down for comfort on the budding breasts of the strong girl. Oh, I'm only a bit tired, she murmured, on the point of tears. Well, of course you ...... Tom Smedley? began the young girl, as she pulled a tight kernel out of ...]
Genres: [fiction | short storiesDownloads: 418
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