Deus Loci NS 14 (2013-2015)

Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 14 (2013-2015)

TABLE OF CONTENTS

From the Editor

REMINISCENCES

  • Ian MacNiven “Found on the Cutting Room Floor: Left out of the Biography”
  • Peter Baldwin “‘Sweet undiscovered ends’: A Memoir of Collecting and Publishing Lawrence Durrell”

ESSAYS

  • Dianne Vipond “Ghosts and Shape-shifting Doppelgängers: Exploring the Uncanny in Lawrence Durrell’s The Avignon Quintet
  • Richard Pine “Judith, A Novel by Lawrence Durrell”
  • Isabelle Privat-Keller “‘It is not meaning that we need but sight’: A Study of Lawrence Durell’s Red Limbo Lingo as a Poetic and Symbolic Quest for Freedom”
  • David Roessel and Gerald Vincent “A Tale of Two Villages: Lawrence Durrell, Hassan Fathy, and the Story of Gourna”
  • Michael Haag “Curate’s Egg on his Face: Being a Reply to Mahmoud Manzalouni’s ‘Curate’s Egg: An Alexandrian Opinion of Durrell’s Quartet’”
  • Paul Lorenz “The Metamorphosis of London in the Writing of Lawrence Durrell”
  • Corinne Alexandre-Garner “Endgame: From the Closure of Texts to the Ending of a Lifetime’s Oeuvre

WHITE MICE POEMS

NOTES AND QUERIES

  • Jonathan Stubbs “Lawrence Durrell and the Information Services of Cyprus”

REVIEWS

  • Alice Cheylan “Rev. Dans l’ombre du soleil grec by Corinne Alexandre-Garner”
  • Michael Haag “Rev. Durrell and the City edited by Donald Kaczvinsky”
  • Julie Hardie “Rev. The Countries We Live in by David Radavich”
  • Donald Kaczvinsky “Rev. Judith by Lawrence Durrell, edited by Richard Pine”
  • David Radavich “Rev. The Spoken Word: Lawrence Durrell (British Library), introduced by Rachel Foss”
  • Yoko Ushironaka “Rev. Sappho by Lawrence Durrell, translated by Michiko Kawano”

BIBLIOGRAPHY

  • Grove Koger “Durrell Bibliography: 1999-2002”

Notes on Contributors