(Alfred Hickling’s article appeared in the Guardian, 2/28.)

It's remarkable that, until relatively recently, DH Lawrence's paintings were probably more esteemed than his plays. Lawrence never saw his depiction of marital warfare between a pit worker and his wife produced in his lifetime; but The Daughter-in-Law now enters its 100th year acknowledged as one of the masterpieces of 20th-century English drama.


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