In this follow up to his biography of Lawrence's childhood and youth, Son and Lover, Mr. Callow recounts Lawrence's last years his tempestuous relationship with Frieda and his almost continuous travels between New Mexico, Europe, and England.
This title follows Philip Callow's biography of Lawrence's early years Son and Lover. Mr. Callow, himself a novelist, poet, and biographer, has also written lives of Chekhov, Cezanne, Robert Louis Stevenson, Walt Whitman, and Van Gogh, all published to critical acclaim. Mr. Callow lives and writes in England.
The most attractive of recent Lawrence biographies...rich detail. * The New York Review Of Books * ...Highly readable.... Callow is adept.... The narrative moves smoothly.... Recommended. * CHOICE * Callow's book renders its extraordinary subject comprehensible and sympathetic without smoothing away Lawrence's idiosyncrasies, flaws, or complexities. -- Ron Smith * Richmond Times-Dispatch *
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