First published in 1901, Prior’s pacy novel is set in Blidworth against a background of the Napoleonic Wars and Luddite riots. It lay unnoticed for many years, although DH Lawrence rated Prior’s work. In 2016, Forest Folk clawed its way into view. How will it fare in the bookshops of 2017?
Tags: City of Literature, Collected Words, DH Lawrence, DH Lawrence Research Centre, Forest Folk, James Prior, literature, Nottingham UNESCO City of Literature, reading, tony simpson, writing
In this talk Dr Andrew Harrison will discuss and interpret several recently acquired items in the University’s internationally recognised Lawrence Collections, including a manuscript of ‘Laura Philippine’ and a rare typescript of ‘Pansies’.
Tags: City of Literature, Collected Words, DH Lawrence, DH Lawrence Research Centre, Dr Andrew Harrison, literature, Nottingham UNESCO City of Literature, reading, writing
Nottingham’s links to China have been strengthened with a tribute to one of its most famous […]
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Tags: DH Lawrence, DH Lawrence Auditorium, The University of Nottingham, The University of Nottingham Ningbo China
A manuscript by DH Lawrence attacking a form of 1920s’ sexism has been discovered.
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Tags: Adelphi, DH Lawrence, Dr Andrew Harrison, The Ugliness of Women
Maurice Roëves has a reputation for playing Scottish hardmen. But he admits to feeling a little “scared” by his latest role.
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Tags: DH Lawrence, Maurice Roëves, Stephen Lowe
Nottingham European Arts & Theatre Festival 2011 runs from 26 May to 12 June. The festival […]
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The University has offered more than £100,000 to help safeguard the future of Durban House.
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Tags: DH Lawrence, DH Lawrence Collection, Durban House, Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Access and Community Relations, Prof Karen Cox, University College Nottingham