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D. H. Lawrence, born David Herbert Lawrence (1885–1930), was an English novelist, poet, essayist, and literary critic. He is best known for his novels that explore the psychological and emotional aspects of human relationships, as well as for his vivid descriptions of nature and his views on industrialization and modernity.
Lawrence's works were controversial during his lifetime, and he faced censorship and persecution for his frank treatment of sexuality and his challenging of societal norms. Despite this, he is now considered a significant figure in 20th-century literature, and his writings continue to be studied and appreciated for their exploration of complex human emotions and relationships.