About this book
A special edition celebrating the 50th anniversary of the first publication of D.H. Lawrence's uncensored novel, and the obscenity trial that set Britain on the 60s revolution. With an afterword about the trial by Geoffrey Robinson, QC.
In 1960 Penguin Books were prosecuted when they tried to publish Lady Chatterley's "Lover" unexpurgated for the first time. What followed was the most talked-about obscenity trial of the twentieth century, which resulted in a 'not guilty' verdict. This title celebrates the 50th anniversary of the novel and the trial.