Sons and Lovers
by David Herbert (D.H.) Lawrence
Sons and Lovers Resources
If you ever visit England, make sure to check out the area that inspired so much of Lawrence's writing.
The University of Nottinghamshire dedicates a whole portion of its website to Lawrence. We're not surprised.
Good to see Lawrence getting a lot of love across the pond from his home country.
MOVIE OR TV PRODUCTIONS
This Academy Award-winning adaptation of Lawrence's novel came out the same year that England lifted its ban on Lawrence's other novel, Lady Chatterley's Lover.
If you're looking for a more modern screen adaptation, this one's for you, Shmoopers.
ARTICLES AND INTERVIEWS
Fortunately, there are some really great Lawrence interviews out there. Unfortunately, you'll probably have to order this book to check them out.
Here's a review of Sons and Lovers that appeared in the British Guardian newspaper shortly after the book's publication. We think it's a pretty interesting read.
Yes, the title of this article is talking about Mrs. Morel. And yes, it's pretty much dead-on.
Our good friends over at The University of Nottingham have provided us with this nice little piece about D.H. Just click the link, and go on an adventure with us.
Here's a little video outlining Lawrence's Top 10 quotes. And we know how you love quotes.
This video is totally creepy, but the subject matter of the poem is pretty apropos for any discussion of Sons and Lovers.
This old man has some mad poetry reading skillz.
This version of the poem is set to classical music… for a touch of class, you know.
Get this, the poem is called "Piano" and the reading is set to a piano. Pretty clever, right?