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Lawrence, D. H.

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishLawrence, D. H.D. H. LawrenceLaw‧rence, D. H. /ˈlɒrəns $ ˈlɔː- ˈlɑː-/  (1885–1930) a British writer known especially for his stories of life in industrial society, in which his characters show strong emotion and sexual desire. His best-known books are sons and lovers, women in love, and lady chatterley's lover. Several of his books were considered obscene (=offensive because of their sexual descriptions) when they were written, and Lady Chatterley's Lover could not be bought in the UK until 1960.
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