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H. Lawrence Companion miserable, and Murry was scared. They told Lawrence the climate was too bleak, and found a cottage in the south of Cornwall, at Mylor near Falmouth. Lawrence became immersed in Women in Love. 'It comes rapidly, and is very good', he wrote to Lady Ottoline, adding: 'When one is shaken to the very depths, one finds reality in the unreal world. 16). The same day Frieda reported a great 'rumpus' she had had with her 'dear Lady Ottoline'; she had told her that her spirituality was false, and her democracy, an autocrat gone sour.
They had lovely days in September while they waited for their passports. After refusing to go to Germany with Frieda, Lawrence went to the Midlands (where his sister was ill), and left for Italy in November. xii) as he sailed from Folkestone. In Italy three days later he felt transported: 'a blazing, blazing sun, a lapping Mediterranean - bellezza! The south! the south! The south! Let me go south', he wrote to Lady Cynthia Asquith. He was on his way to Florence, where he was to meet Frieda. * * * Lawrence had stayed two nights in Turin at the home of Sir Walter Becker, and found himself out of his element.
Lawrence Companion had made to Lady Cynthia Asquith, Lawrence had hopes of returning to Cornwall before Christmas. At the same time, assuming the end of the war that winter, and a grant of £1000 from Gray, he was planning another Rananim on the east slope of the Andes, in Paraguay or Colombia. Numbered with the Lawrences in the group of the elect were Eder and his wife, Hocking, Gray, probably Hilda Aldington, possibly Koteliansky, Dorothy Yorke (an American girl who, like Hilda Aldington, came from Pennsylvania, and lodged with her), and the Carswells (though Catherine was expecting a baby).