Resuming their journey, Frieda and Lawrence finally arrived in the
in September 1922. Here they encountered Mabel Dodge Luhan, a
prominent socialite, and considered establishing a utopian community
on what was then known as the 160-acre Kiowa Ranch near
D.H.Lawrence Ranch, in 1924 in exchange for the manuscript of Sons and
Lovers. By all accounts
mountains, the only home that he ever owned. He stayed in
for two years, with extended visits to
Frieda Lawrence【1879-1956，勞倫斯妻子】《不是我，是風—勞倫斯妻子回憶勞倫斯》( "Not I, but the Wind...", Rydal/Viking, 1934.)，新華出版社，2006
《不是我，是風》應該改成：《不是我，是風……》Not I, but the Wind…它被用作歌名……作者Frieda Lawrence是奇人，她的傳記：Janet Byrne: A Genius for Living – A Biography of Frieda Lawrence, Bloomsbury, 1995.
pined in thought,
And with a green and yellow melancholy
She sat like patience on a monument,
Smiling at grief. . . .
Twelfth Night: Act II, scenes iii–iv
學生用的參考書之說法："Patience on a monument" refers to statues of the allegorical figure of Patience, which often adorned Renaissance tombstones. By comparing her imaginary sister to this stone figure, Viola subtly contrasts her own passion with the self-indulgent and grandiose lovesickness from which Orsino claims to suffer.