Event: TENDERNESS: LAWRENCE, LOVERS AND LITERATURE ON TRIAL (IN-PERSON & VIRTUAL).
Organizer: THE LONDON LIBRARY.
Speakers: Alison MacLeod, Lara Feigel.
Tickets: Donation .
Date: Sep 30th 7:30pm UK Time. Equivalent times:
Americas - PT: Sep 30th 11:30am | ET: Sep 30th 2:30pm.
Europe - UK: Sep 30th 7:30pm | CET: Sep 30th 8:30pm.
APAC - CST/HKT/SGT: Oct 1st 2:30am | AET: Oct 1st 4:30am.
"In Banned Books Week, Alison MacLeod speaks to Lara Feigel about her stunning new novel Tenderness, the story of D.H. Lawrence’s Lady Chatterley’s Lover, its ripple effects across half a century and the society that put it on trial. Weaving the voice of a dying D.H. Lawrence, with that of a woman who witnesses the trial and the story of a young couple as they come together in the restricted section of a famous library, the novel explores the transformative and triumphant power of fiction itself and a trial that tested the limits of the law, gathering the great and the good of the literary world (many of them London Library members) to bear witness..."
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