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  • The Dark Labyrinthby Lawrence Durrell

    Faber & Faber 2011; US$ 11.65

    This captivating Mediterranean novel was written by Lawrence Durrell immediately after finishing his exquisite vignette about Corfu, Prospero's Cell , and a decade before Justine . The story is set on Crete just after the War, as an odd assortment of English travellers come ashore from a cruise ship to explore the island and in particular to examine... more...

  • The Alexandria Quartetby Lawrence Durrell

    Faber & Faber 2012; US$ 20.40

    Lawrence Durrell was one of the best-selling, most celebrated English novelists of the late 20th century. The Alexandria Quartet is unquestionably his most admired work, at heart a sensuous and brilliant evocation of wartime Alexandria. In this world of corrupt glamour, L. G. Darley attempts to reconcile himself to the end of his affair with the... more...

  • The Greek Islandsby Lawrence Durrell

    Faber & Faber 2011; US$ 11.65

    As every reader of Durrell knows, his writing is steeped in the living experience of the Mediterranean, and especially the islands of Greece. This captivating and highly unusual text, originally conceived as a picture book and now reset in paperback format, weaves together evocative descriptions, history and myth with Durrell's personal reminiscences.... more...

  • Caesar's Vast Ghostby Lawrence Durrell

    Faber & Faber 2011; US$ 10.19

    Provence, where Lawrence Durrell lived for thirty years, is the motif of this final work, published just before his death. It is a highly personal and unusual book, part travelogue, part writer's notebook, part autobiography. It preserves memories from his intimate experience of the Midi, and scattered through the evocative text are nineteen poems... more...

  • Judithby Lawrence Durrell

    Open Road Media 2012; US$ 16.99

    A breathtaking novel of passion and politics, set in the hotbed of Palestine in the 1940s, by a master of twentieth-century fiction It is the eve of Britain?s withdrawal from Palestine in 1948, a moment that will mark the beginning of a new Israel. But the course of history is uncertain, and Israel?s territorial enemies plan to smother the... more...

  • The Avignon Quintetby Lawrence Durrell

    Open Road Media 2012; US$ 24.99

    The complete Avignon Quintet, hailed by the Sunday Times as ?one of the great novels of our time?  Published between 1974 and1985, the five books that make up theAvignon Quintetare another monumental achievement by one of the most inventive and acclaimed novelists of the twentieth century. Beginning in the years leading up to the Second World... more...

  • Sicilian Carouselby Lawrence Durrell

    Open Road Media 2012; US$ 9.99

    In Sicily, a travel writer honors the memory of a departed friend Despite decades spent writing poetic evocations of the timeless pleasures of life in the Mediterranean, Lawrence Durrell had never set foot on the sea?s largest island: mysterious, impenetrable Sicily. For years his friend Martine begged him to visit her on this sun-kissed paradise,... more...

  • Bitter Lemons of Cyprusby Lawrence Durrell

    Open Road Media 2012; US$ 9.99

    On a Mediterranean island divided, a man finds peace in a time of perilous unrest in this stunning memoir In 1953, as the British Empire relaxes its grip upon the world, the island of Cyprus bucks for independence. Some cry for union with Athens, others for an arrangement that would split the island down the middle, giving half to the Greeks... more...

  • Spirit of Placeby Lawrence Durrell

    Open Road Media 2012; US$ 9.99

    The definitive collection of travel writings by one of the twentieth century?s best-loved journeyers From the moment of his birth, Lawrence Durrell was far from home. A British child in India, he was sent to England to receive an education, and by his early twenties had already tired of his native land. With family in tow, he departed for Greece,... more...

  • Blue Thirstby Lawrence Durrell

    Open Road Media 2012; US$ 9.99

    A pair of lectures from one of the twentieth century?s most mesmerizing speakers Lawrence Durrell was in his early twenties when, tired of the stiffness of London life, he took his family to live in Corfu. Interwar Greece, whose hard beds and mosquito swarms Durrell documented so tenderly in Prospero?s Cell , was no more. In the first of this... more...