I haven’t got a heart: only the former site of one, with a monument there to say that it has been removed and the area it occupied turned into a public garden, in pursuance of the slum-clearance scheme.
T.E. Lawrence to Lady Astor, 1930.
When did Clare Sydney Smith die and where is she buried? There is little or no information on her after The Golden Reign.
Sorry, I have no clue on this one! Any readers have any information?
T.E. Lawrence as a child.
The “Seven Pillars” rock formation in Wadi Rum, Jordan.
Would you happen to know just what T.E. Lawrence studied and majored in at Jesus college?
First love between a person and a film can be as intoxicating as first love between two people. It can mean just as much crazy behavior, just as many sleepless nights. As a young adolescent, I became so desperately obsessed with a certain film that I saw it over and over, spent years studying the life of its hero, regarding him as a kind of role model and even dragged my family on a long, dusty pilgrimage to a place where he had lived. If one measure of a film’s greatness is its power to affect the lives of those who see it, then Lawrence of Arabia must be the best film I know.
Film critic Janet Maslin
A rare signed photograph of T.E. Lawrence. You can see his signature in the bottom right-hand corner. Circa October 1917.
A page from a promotional brochure for Lowell Thomas’ “With Allenby in Palestine,” a travelogue which propelled T.E. Lawrence to fame. Circa 1920.
A reader sent me this photo of her awesome Lawrence tattoo. It is the Greek phrase that T.E. Lawrence carved upon the architrave of Clouds Hill. It translates to “why worry” or “who cares.” I love it! Also pictured, Cricket, the Jack Russell terrier.