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      D.H.Lawrence,1923. Fotografía de Nickolas Muray. His "Sons and Lovers" is a very good book.

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      D. H. Lawrence - 1923

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      D.H.Lawrence,1923. Photo by Nickolas Muray

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      Nickolas Muray, DH Lawrence , 1923

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