The Woman who Rode Away; Two Blue Birds; Sun; Smile; The Border Line; Jimmy and the Desperate Woman; The Last Laugh; In Love; The Man who Loved Islands; Glad Ghosts; None of that; The Rocking-Horse Winner; The Lovely Lady.
The Woman Who Rode Away and Other Stories - the thirteen short stories, written 1924-28, are set in Europe and America and reflect Lawrence experiences in the post-war period. Many were considerably revised; some were completely rewritten.
The Woman who Rode Away" is a short story by D. H. Lawrence. It was written in New Mexico during the summer of 1924 and first published in The Dial in two installments in 1925. It later became the title story for a collection of Lawrence's shorter fictional works issued by Martin Secker in 1928. The cave that features at the end of the story was inspired by a visit to a cave on Lucero Peak which overlooks the town of Arroyo Seco, New Mexico.