This chapter discusses Lawrence's funeral. After Lawrence's death, Frieda remembered the shape of his feet in the slippers which lay neatly under his bed and she was struck by a face from which all suffering had been wiped. His funeral was arranged and the number of people able to attend was limited. Budgen and Sargent came to the funeral with their wives, one of whom counted the participants and calculated that, including themselves but not the undertaker and his assistants, the number was twenty-two. After the funeral, Lawrence was buried in the cemetery in Vence.
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