D.H. Lawrence Disses Arnold Bennett


On this date in 1928, D.H. Lawrence writes a letter to Aldous Huxley in which he calls Arnold Bennett a “pig in clover.” Bennett dies on this same date in 1931 after contracting typhoid. He had drunk contaminated water in a Parisian hotel to prove to his companions that it was safe.

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