Harper Collins, 1994
A reappraisal of the life of D.H. Lawrence’s wife, Frieda, including the republication of her short autobiography, Not I But the Wind.
‘a sensitive introduction… It pays tribute to the indomitable energy with which Frieda faced a tough, extraordinary life.’ Helen Dunmore, Sunday Times
‘The vital importance of Frieda von Richthofen in D.H. Lawrence’s life has not been fully appreciated until now. I thoroughly enjoyed the book… scholarly but concise...' John Fowles
Translated into German, 1995
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