The Book Review of July 22 has two articles on D. H. Lawrence. On Page 13, Nancy Mairs' article tells us: "In 1930, he died in Vence, in the Maritime Alps, with the last words, 'I am better now.' "
On Page 15, Brenda Maddox tells us in her article on Lawrence and Joyce: "Lawrence wandered the globe before dying in Venice in 1930 at age 44."
Vence or Venice? Did Lawrence die in France or in Italy? or was he bi-locating at the time of his death?
J. T. TAYLOR