David Herbert Richards Lawrence (1885 1930) was an important but
controversial English writer whose prolific output included novels, short stories, poems, plays, essays, travel books, literary criticism, and more.
Based on a diary of his friend Helen Corke, The
Trespasser (1912) was Lawrence''s second published novel. Violinist Siegmund and his former pupil Helena escape to the Isle of Wight for a romantic holiday. For Siegmund, these five precious ...