Latest articles tagged with ‘D H Lawrence’

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Literary Locations #34: Nottingham Arboretum

The Arboretum, the first public park in Nottingham, and the epicentre of our literary heritage.

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Henry20And20 Bus20 Naming
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Nottingham Transport, the literary lines

Today we take a look at the literary giants who have had Nottingham transport named after them.

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St Marys
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Literary Locations #20: St Mary's Church

Where am I? I am mentioned in the Doomsday book, I pioneered Sunday School education, I gave birth to the Nottingham High School, Robin Hood was...

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Pheonix
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Literary Locations #16: Eastwood Town Centre

D.H. Lawrence’s early years, his family and the community he belonged to, were crucial to his development as a writer and a man. In using his local...

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Phoenix
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Literary Locations #9: Phoenix Cue Sports

This week's location is Lawrence's old library in Eastwood.

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Literary Locations #6: Victoria Crescent

Where Bertie met Frieda, the future Mrs Lawrence.

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1987B
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20th Century Notts: 1985-1987

Life goes on for Alan Sillitoe as Stephen Booth and Alan Baker move to Notts.

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1960A
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20th Century Notts: 1960

This edition of 20th Century Notts features just one year, 1960, a time when Nottingham was at the centre of the literary world.

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20th Century Notts: 1930-1932

The 1930s open with the death of D. H. Lawrence, whilst two of our women writers come to the fore.

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Eo
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20th Century Notts: 1924-1926

With Lawrence away we reach the mid-1920s, just as Graham Greene and Dorothy Whipple come to town.

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