Classic short stories by DH Lawrence. If you didn't read this in high school or college, maybe you want to pick it up now.
This second volume contains the following stories: Odour Of Chrysanthemums, England, My England, Tickets, Please, The Blind Man, Monkey Nuts, Wintry Peacock, You Touched Me, Samson And Delilah, The Primrose Path, The Horse-Dealer's Daughter, Fanny And Annie, The Princess, Two Blue Birds, Sun, The Woman Who Rode Away, and Smile.
Some of these are interesting, others I found to be dull or unnecessarily wordy. But, that's D. H. to a Tee. Anyway, to be fair, I'm not a big fan of Lawrence, particularly of his short works.
This third volume contains the following stories: The Border Line, Jimmy and The Desperate Woman, The Last Laugh, In Love, Glad Ghosts, None Of That, The Man Who Loved Islands, The Overtone, The Lovely Lady, Rawdon's Roof, The Rocking-Horse Winner, Mother And Daughter, The Blue Moccasins, Things.