Property where D.H. Lawrence lived is to be sold at auction for £65,000 – photos

He said: “This property is a significant piece of D.H. Lawrence, and Eastwood’s literary history, and I am hoping that it will land in the right hands.

“I am thrilled that Auction House London has taken on this responsibility and look forward to seeing the outcome.”

It’s thought that Lawrence’s experiences in Eastwood and the countryside surrounding the town have inspired many of the author’s early works such as Sons and Lovers, The White Peacock and The Trespasser.

Lawrence’s most famous novel, which was published in 1928, was Lady Chatterley’s Lover. The novel depicts a relationship between a working-class gamekeeper and an aristocratic woman and is known for its sexual descriptions.

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