Works by Lawrence Durrell

Works by Lawrence Durrell

Gifford, James. “Critical Materials on Lawrence Durrell: A Bibliographic Checklist.” Online. Last updated 18 July 2004.


“Lawrence Durrell : An Exclusive Interview.” Réalités 125. April (1961): 63-64, 74.
Notes: A shortened version of the interview from Réalités 178 (1960). The identity of the interviewer is not listed.

“Lawrence Durrell Answers a Few Questions.” Labrys 5 (1979): 41-44.
Notes: Reprinted from Two Cities 1 (1959).

Cavafy, Constantine. Three Poems of Cavafy. Trans. Lawrence Durrell. Edinburgh: Tragara Press, 1980.
Notes: These translations first appeared in London Magazine.

Durrell, Lawrence. “14 Poems.” The Booster 3.1 (1939): 28-35.
Notes: reprinted as one volume in 1968

—. Acte: A Play. London: Faber & Faber, 1964.

—. “Airgraph on Refugee Poets in Africa.” Poetry London 2.10 (1944): 212-15.
Notes: Represented varyingly as volume 2 and volume 3. Enumeration is cumulative, so it may be identified as no. 10 in either case.

—. “Alexandria.” Middle East Anthology. Eds. John Waller and Erik de Mauny. London: Lindsay Drummond, Ltd., 1946. 125-26.
Notes: A slightly variant version of the poem, mainly altered in occasional punctuation and capitalization.

—. The Alexandria Quartet. London: Faber & Faber, 1962.
Notes: Contains numerous revisions and a new preface.

—. “All to Scale.” Playboy 13 (1966): 157, 194.
Notes: Drawn from Suave Qui Peut.

—. “L’Amour, Clef Du Mystere?” Shakespeare. Ed. Marcel Pagnol. Paris: Hachette, 1962. 173-92.
Notes: An essay by Durrell on Shakespeare's poetics. Written in French.

Durrell, Lawrence. “Anniversary.” T. S. Eliot A Symposium. Eds. Richard March and Tambimuttu. New York: Henry Regnery Co., 1949. 88.

—. “Anniversary.” T. S. Eliot A Symposium. Eds. Richard March and Tambimuttu. Freeport, NY: Books for Libraries Press, 1968. 88.
Notes: Reprinted from the 1949 printing in New York by Henry Regnery Co.

Durrell, Lawrence. Antrobus Complete. Illus. Mark Boxer. London: Faber & Faber, 1985.

—. “Asylum in the Snow.” Seven 3 (1938): 43-54.

—. “At Epidaurus.” The Fortune Anthology: Stories, Criticism, and Poems. Eds. John Bayliss, Nicholas Moore, and Douglas Newton. London: The Fortune Press, 1942. 51-52.

—. “At Epidaurus.” The Oxford Book of Travel Verse. Ed. Kevin Crossley-Holland. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1989. 152-53.

—. “At Nemea.” Seven 8 (1940): 2.
Notes: A variant version of "Nemea" with several significant changes.

—. “At The Long Bar.” Poetry London-New York 1.2 (1956): 31-32.

—. Balthazar: A Novel. London: Faber & Faber, 1958.

—. Beccafico/Le Becfigue. Trans. Frederic Jacques Temple. Montepellier: La Licorne, 1963.
Notes: English and French texts together.

Durrell, Lawrence. “Bernard Spencer.” The London Magazine 3.10 (1964): 42-47.

Durrell, Lawrence. The Best of Antrobus. London: Faber & Faber, 1974.

—. Bitter Lemons. London: Faber & Faber, 1957.

—. “The Black Book.” The Olympia Reader: Selections From the Traveller’s Companion Series. Ed. Maurice Girodias. New York: Quality Paperback Book Club, 1965. 136-68.
Notes: This contains excerpts from Durrell's novel of the same name. Also contains the 1959 E.P. Dutton introduction Durrell wrote for The Black Book.

—. The Black Book: An Agon. Villa Seurat Series 1. Paris: Obelisk Press, 1938.
Notes: This edition varies slightly from later reprints. Most significant are the subtitle and the titles to the three sections of the book (all omitted in later editions). The three sections are titled "ego & id," "ego," and "ego & id" respectively.

—. “The Black Book (Coda to Nancy).” The Booster 2.8 (1937): 19-23.
Notes: The dedication of this extract to Nancy may illuminate the "you" addressed throughout The Black Book, although the "Ego" and "Ego & Id" subtitles in the original make a clear figure for the pronoun difficult. The excerpt is from the closing pages of the novel.

Durrell, Lawrence. “The Blooper Girls.” Playboy 4 (1957): 33, 58, 76.
Notes: Drawn from Esprit de Corps.

—. Blue Thirst. Santa Barbara, CA: Capra Press, 1975.

—. “The Booster.” The New English Weekly 12.4 (1937): 78-79.
Notes: A response to George Orwell's review of The Booster. The response is unattributed, but is by Durrell.

Durrell, Lawrence. Bromo Bombastes: A Fragment From a Laconic Drama by Gaffer Peeslake, Which Same Being a Brief Extract From His Compendium of Lisson Devices. London: The Caduceus Press, 1933.
Notes: Pseudonymously published under 'Gaffer Peeslake.'

—. Caesar’s Vast Ghost. London: Faber & Faber, 1990.
Notes: Reprinted as Provence. New York: Arcade Publishing, 1994.

Durrell, Lawrence. The Call of the Sea. Ed. Hideo Nakanishi. Tokyo: The Eihosha Ltd., 1957.
Notes: The text is of Esprit de Corps.

Durrell, Lawrence. “Can Dreams Live On When Dreamers Die?” The Listener .25 September (1947): 52.

—. “Carol in Corfu.” Seven 3 (1938): 2.
Notes: A variant of "Carol on Corfu."

Durrell, Lawrence. “Case History.” Father’s Bedside Book. Ed. Eric Duthie. London: Heinemann, 1960. 334-38.

Durrell, Lawrence. “A Cavafy Find.” The London Magazine 3.7 (1956): 11-14.
Notes: Contains Durrell commentary on Cavafy and his translation of three early poems: "My Friends, When I Was In Love," "Flowers of May," and "Dounya Gouzeli."

—. Cefalu: A Novel. London: Editions Poetry London, 1947.
Notes: Republished as The Dark Labyrinth. London: Faber & Faber, 1961.

—. “The Cherries.” Masterpiece of Thrills. London: Daily Express, 1936. 239-43.
Notes: "The Cherries" is republished in Haining, Peter, Ed. The Lucifer Society. New York: W.H. Allen; 1972; pp. 51-54.

—. “The Cherries.” The Lucifer Society. Ed. Peter Haining. New York: W.H. Allen, 1972. 51-54.
Notes: This work is a short story from the 1940's and can be compared to the contemporary "Zero" and "Asylum in the Snow" in its defamiliarization and theme of mental instability. Likely a comment on Gilman's "The Yellow Wallpaper." An original source publication is not given in the book, although the introduction to the anthology loosely alludes to all the works as previously published. This likely refers to the publication of the piece in Masterpiece of Thrills. London: A Daily Express Publication. 1936. 239-243.

Durrell, Lawrence. Cities, Plains and People. London: Faber & Faber, 1946.

Durrell, Lawrence. “The Classical River of France: The Rhone.” Holiday 27.1 (1960): 68-73, 115, 118-21.
Notes: Reprinted in Spirit of Place as "The River Rhone" 323-335.

—. Clea: A Novel. London: Faber & Faber, 1960.

—. Collected Poems. London: Faber & Faber, 1960.

—. Collected Poems, 1931-1974. Ed. James A. Brigham. London: Faber & Faber, 1980.

Durrell, Lawrence. “Commentary.” A Festschrift for Djuna Barnes on Her 80th Birthday. Ed. Alex Gildzen. Kent, OH: Kent State University Libraries, 1972. n.pag.
Notes: A short tribute by Durrell to Barnes, praising Nightwood and its influence.

Durrell, Lawrence. “Conon in Alexandria.” Middle East Anthology. Eds. John Waller and Erik de Mauny. London: Lindsay Drummond, Ltd., 1946. 127-28.
Notes: An early, variant version of the poem.

—. “Constance in Love.” Labrys 5 (1979): 7-28.

—. Constance, or Solitary Practices. London: Faber & Faber, 1982.

Durrell, Lawrence. “Constrained by History.” Passager 5 (1991): 14-15.

—. “Context.” The London Magazine 1.11 (1962): 32.
Notes: Durrell briefly answers six questions posed to a range of poets.

—. “Coptic Poem.” The Faber Book of Modern Verse. Eds. Michael Roberts and Anne Ridler. 2nd ed. London: Faber & Faber, 1960. 383.
Notes: Durrell is also briefly discussed by Ridler in her introduction to the volume.

—. “Corfu: Isle of Legend.” The Geographical Magazine 8.5 (1939): 325-34.
Notes: Includes a number of excellent black and white photos by Nancy Durrell.

—. “A Corking Evening.” Playboy 10 (1963): 147, 213.
Notes: Drawn from Sauve Qui Peut.

Durrell, Lawrence. “Correspondence.” Poetry London 1.2 (1939): n.pag.
Notes: A letter on Poetry London for its opening issue.

Durrell, Lawrence. “Correspondence.” Poetry London-New York 1.1 (1956): 34-35.
Notes: Uses much of the same material that appears in Durrell's "The Shades of Dylan Thomas." Encounter 9.6 (1957): 56-59. The original manuscript is held in the University of Victoria, McPherson Library Special Collections, "Lawrence Durrell" fonds, 47.

Durrell, Lawrence. The Curious History of Pope Joan. London: Derek Verschoyle, 1954.
Notes: Freely translated from the Greek of Emmanuel Royidis.

—. “Daphnis and Chloe (for V.).” View 1.12-12 (1942): 6.
Notes: Variant version of "Daphnis and Chloe" (later than the 1937 version in the Collected Poems). View is an arts magazine edited by Charles Henri Ford.

—. “Daphnis and Chloë.” Poetry London 1.5 (1941): 141.
Notes: A variant version of "Daphnis and Chloe."

—. The Dark Labyrinth. London: Faber & Faber, 1961.
Notes: Originally published as Cefalu. London: Editions Poetry, 1947.

Durrell, Lawrence. Deus Loci. Ischia: Di Mato Vito (privately printed), 1950.

Durrell, Lawrence. “Down the Styx in an Air-Conditioned Canoe.” The Booster 4.10-11 (1937-1938): 14-17.
Notes: reprinted in 1968; early version of "Down the Styx."

—. “Down the Styx in an Air-Conditioned Canoe.” Two Cities 7-8 (1961): 5-9.

—. “Ego.” Seven 1 (1938): 22-25.
Notes: Extract from The Black Book

—. “Eight Aspects of Melissa.” Circle .9 (1946): 1-8.

—. “Endpapers and Inklings.” Antaeus 61 (1988): 88-95.
Notes: This issue of Antaeus is a special issue on "Journals, Notebooks and Diaries." While it is not clear which category Durrell's excepts come from, there are materials re-used in the fictions as well as comments on Freud, Lacan, Foucault, Barthes, Sartre and Leiris, which are telling to Durrell's theoretical predelictions.

—. “Epidaurus.” Poetry London 2.7 (1942): 20-21.
Notes: A variant version of "At Epidaurus."

—. “Epitaph.” Poetry London 1.1 (1939): n.pag.
Notes: Poem is not included in Durrell's Collected Poems, 1968. No relationship to Durrell's later poem of the same title.

—. “Erice.” Italy in Mind: An Anthology. Ed. Alice Leccese Powers. New York: Vintage, 1997. 78-90.
Notes: This is a chapter from Sicilian Carousel.

—. Esprit De Corps: Sketches From Diplomatic Life. Illus. V. H. Drummond. London: Faber & Faber, 1957.

—, Introd. The Fifth Antiquarian Book Fair: A Handlist of Exhibitors Introduced by Lawrence Durrell. London: Antiquarian Booksellers’ Association, 1962.

—. “Foreword.” Climax in Crete. Theodore Stephanides. London: Faber & Faber, 1946. 5-6.

—. “Foreword.” The Journey’s Echo: Selections From Freya Stark. Freya Stark. London: John Murray, 1963. xi-xii.

—. “Foreword.” The Journey’s Echo: Selections. Freya Stark. New York: Harcourt, 1964. xi-xii.

—. “Foreword.” The Accursed. Claude Seignolle. New York: Coward – McCann, Inc., 1967. 7-8.

Durrell, Lawrence. “Foreword.” The Mind and Art of Henry Miller. William A. Gordon. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 1967. vii-ix.

Durrell, Lawrence. “Foreword.” The Gnostics. Jacques LaCarriere. London: Peter Owen Ltd., 1977. 7-8.
Notes: Also published by Dutton in the same year and using the same plates. Translated from the French by Nina Rootes.

—. “Foreword.” Conversations With Menuhin. Robin Daniels. London: Macdonald General Books, 1979. 9-10.

—. “Foreword.” The Living Past of Greece: a Time Traveler’s Tour of Historic and Prehistoric Places. Andrew Robert Burn and Mary Burn. London: Herbert Press, 1980. n.pag.
Notes: This foreword consists of only one paragraph.

—. “Foreword.” The Nightcharmer. Claude Seignolle. College Station: Texas A & M University Press, 1983. 7-8.

Durrell, Lawrence. “Foreword.” Egypt. Dorothy Bohm. London: Thames & Hudson, 1989. 6-8.
Notes: Durrell discusses Bohm's photographic work in relation to Brassai, Brandtm and List.

Durrell, Lawrence. “Foreword.” The Living Past of Greece: A Time-Traveler’s Tour of Historic and Prehistoric Places. Andrew Robert Burn and Mary Burn. London: Herbert Press, 1993. n.pag.
Notes: Revised edition. Foreword consists of only one paragraph.

—. “From a Winter Journal.” Pleasures of New Writing: An Anthology of Poems, Stories and Other Prose Pieces From the Pages of NEW WRITING. Ed. John Lehmann. London: John Lehmann Ltd., 1952. 252-60.
Notes: Author's name is mis-spelled as "Laurence" in both the table of contents and in the piece itself.

—. “From a Writer’s Journal.” The Windmill (London) 2.6 (1947): 50-58.

Durrell, Lawrence. “From Sappho.” Quarterly Review of Literature 6 (1951): 105-47.

—. “From the Elephant’s Back.” Poetry London – New York 2 (1982): 1-9.
Notes: Durrell recounts biographical elements of his childhood in India.

—. “From the Elephant’s Back.” The Fiction Magazine 2.3 (1983): 59-64.
Notes: Durrell recounts biographical elements of his childhood in India.

Durrell, Lawrence. Frying the Flag. Oxfordshire, England: Alembic Press.

Durrell, Lawrence. “Frying the Flag.” Oxford Book of Humorous Prose. Ed. Frank Muir. London: Oxford University Press, 1990. 926-29.
Notes: Contains a brief introduction by Muir. Extract from Esprit de Corps.

Durrell, Lawrence. “Funchal.” Poetry London 4.13 (1948): 13-14.
Notes: A much-altered version of "Funchal."

—. “The Gascon Touch.” Holiday 33.1 (1963): 68-74, 76, 79.
Notes: Reprinted in Spirit of Place as "Across Secret Provence" 389-403.

Durrell, Lawrence. “Geneva.” Holiday 29.1 (1961): 54-55, 132-33, 135-38.

—. “Gracie From The Black Book.” New Directions in Prose and Poetry 4 (1939): 292-331.
Notes: This extract from The Black Book includes a lengthy introduction by James Laughlin (pp. 292-294) and marks the first appearance in the United States of a portion of the novel. Of the four portions of the novel published in periodicals, this is by far the most extensive.

Durrell, Lawrence. The Greek Islands. London: Faber & Faber, 1978.

Durrell, Lawrence. The Greek Islands. London: Faber & Faber, 2002.
Notes: Published without any of the original photographs, this edition is a substantially different state.

—. “The Greek Poems.” Lawrence Durrell. Jupiter Recordings, 1962.
Notes: Durrell reads a selection of his Greek poems: "Nemea," "Argos," "In Arcadia," "Asphodels," "Chalcidice," "Aphrodite," "Lesbos," and "Matapan."

Durrell, Lawrence. “Green Coconuts.” The Faber Book of Modern Verse. Eds. Michael Roberts and Anne Ridler. 2nd ed. London: Faber & Faber, 1960. 384.
Notes: Durrell is also briefly discussed by Ridler in her introduction to the volume.

—. “Green Coconuts: Rio.” The Oxford Book of Travel Verse. Ed. Kevin Crossley-Holland. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1989. 360.

—. The Grey Penitents. London: Steam Press, Turret bookshop, 1974.
Notes: Illustrated (watercolour) by Ralph Steadman. Broadsheet (31 x 49 cm folded to 31 x 23 cm) wrapped in anther broadsheet.

Durrell, Lawrence. “Hamlet, Prince of China.” Delta 2.3 (1938): 38-45.
Notes: Text of Durrell's 'Hamlet letter' to Miller from January 1937.

Durrell, Lawrence. “The Happy Rock.” The Happy Rock: A Book About Henry Miller. Berkeley: Bern Porter, 1945. 1-6.
Notes: The editor/compiler of the monograph is not listed.

—. The Happy Rock. London: Village Press, 1973.
Notes: First published in The Happy Rock: A Book About Henry Miller. Berkeley: Bern Porter, 1945. pp. 1-6.

Durrell, Lawrence. Henri Michaux, The Poet of Supreme Solipsism. Moseley, Birmingham: Delos Press, 1990.

Durrell, Lawrence. “Hero.” Poetry London 1.6 (1941): 173.
Notes: This poem is not included in Durrell's Collected Poetry 1968. Durrell's name is mis-spelled as "Laurence."

Durrell, Lawrence. “How to Buy a Village House in Cyprus.” The London Magazine 4.7 (1957): 27-38.
Notes: An variant version of "How to Buy a House" from Durrell's Bitter Lemons.

—. “I.A.” Great Spy Stories. Ed. Allen Dulles. Secaucus, NJ: Castle, 1969. 191-98.
Notes: Includes a one-page introduction by Dulles. The excerpt is from Durrell's Mountolive.

Durrell, Lawrence. “I Wish One Could Be More Like the Birds: to Sing Unfaltering, at Peace.” Réalités 120 (1960): 56-59 & 78.
Notes: English edition of Réalités. Reprinted as "Mr Ought and Mrs Should" in Man About Town (1961 January): 42-45.

—. The Ikons. London: Faber & Faber, 1966.

Durrell, Lawrence. “Images De Dylan Thomas.” Oeuvres. Dylan Thomas. Vol. 1. Paris: Editions du Seuil, 1970. 7-13.
Notes: Translated by Sibylle de Hauteclocque from "The Shades of Dylan Thomas." Encounter 9.6 (1957): 56-59.

—. “In a Time of Crisis.” The Little Book of Modern Verse. Ed. Anne Ridler. London: Faber & Faber, 1941. 133-34.
Notes: Variant with an added stanza and minor changes.

Durrell, Lawrence. “In A Time Of Crisis (For Nancy).” Poetry London 1.4 (1941): 98-99.
Notes: A slightly variant version of "In Crisis."

—. “In Arcadia.” The Faber Book of Modern Verse. Eds. Michael Roberts and Anne Ridler. 2nd ed. London: Faber & Faber, 1960. 382.
Notes: Durrell is also briefly discussed by Ridler in her introduction to the volume.

—. “In Arcadia.” Jupiter and Turrell at the Wigmore. Ed. Patrick Gowers. London: Turret Books Publishers, 1968. 10.
Notes: This is a "Souvenir Brochure" of a concert programme called "New Jazz and Modern Poetry," 15 February 1968, 7:30 p.m.

Durrell, Lawrence. “In Praise of Fanatics.” Holiday 32.3 (1962): 66-74.
Notes: Reprinted in Spirit of Place 307-322.

Durrell, Lawrence. “In the Garden of the Villa Cleobolus.” Poetry London 3.11 (1947): 17-18.
Notes: A greatly altered version of "In the Garden: Villa Cleobolus."

—. “Introduction.” Three Caravan Cities: Petra, Jerash, Baalbek, and St. Catherine’s Monastery, Sinai. Paul Gotch. Alexandria: Whitehead Morris Egypt, 1945. v.

—. “Introduction.” Christ and Freud. Arthur Guirdham. London: George Allen and Unwin, Ltd., 1959. 11-12.

—. “Introduction.” The Best of Henry Miller. Ed. Lawrence Durrell. London: Heinemann, 1960. ix-xi.

Durrell, Lawrence. “Introduction.” Portrait of Cyprus. Reno Wideson. The Hague: Deppo Holland, 1961. n.pag.

Durrell, Lawrence. “Introduction.” New Poems 1963: A P.E.N. Anthology of Contemporary Poetry. Ed. Lawrence Durrell. London: Hutchinson & Co. Ltd., 1963. 11-12.

—. “Introduction.” Alamein to Zem Zem. Keith Douglas. London: Faber and Faber, 1966. 11-13.
Notes: A brief outline of Durrell's relationship with Keith Douglas and Douglas' works.

—. “Introduction.” Order and Chaos Chez Hans Reichel. Henry Miller. Tucson: Loujon Press, 1966. 7-12.

—. “Introduction.” Etruscan Places. D. H. Lawrence. London: The Folio Society, 1972. 9-11.

—. “Introduction.” Wordsworth; Selected by Lawrence Durrell. William Wordsworth. Harmondsworth: Penguin Books, 1973. 9-21.

—. “Introduction.” The Book of the It. Georg Groddeck. New York: International University Presses, 1976. v-xxx.

—. “Introduction.” Return to Oasis: War Poems and Recollections From the Middle East, 1940-1946. Eds. Victor Selwyn, et al. London: Shepheard-Walwyn Ltd., 1980. xxiii-xxvii.

Durrell, Lawrence, composer. “An Irish Faustus.” Lawrence Durrell. Vega, 1962.
Notes: Durrell reads from his play, An Irish Faustus.

Durrell, Lawrence. An Irish Faustus: A Morality in Nine Scenes. London: Faber & Faber, 1963.

—. “Island Fugue (to My Wife).” Poetry London 1.1 (1939): n.pag.
Notes: Poem is not included in Durrell's Collected Poems 1968.

Durrell, Lawrence. “The Island of the Rose.” The Geographical Magazine 20.6 (1947): 230-39.
Notes: Durrell's name is mis-spelled "Laurence" in both the table of contents and on the article. Contains a number of photographs.

Durrell, Lawrence. “Joss Sticks.” Tangier, Morocco 1 (1970): 58.

Durrell, Lawrence. “Jots and Tittles.” Oxford Book of Humorous Prose. Ed. Frank Muir. London: Oxford University Press, 1990. 923-26.
Notes: Contains a brief introduction by Muir. Extract from Esprit de Corps.

Durrell, Lawrence. Justine: A Novel. London: Faber & Faber, 1957.

—. “Justine: Behind the Novels and the Motion Picture.” Holiday 45.4 (1969): 74-77.

—. A Key To Modern British Poetry. Oklahoma: University of Oklahoma Press, 1952.
Notes: This is the retitled Key to Modern Poetry in the American edition. Consists of lectures given in Argentina for the British Council.

—. A Key To Modern Poetry. London: Peter Nevill Ltd., 1952.
Notes: American edition titled Key to Modern British Poetry. Consists of lectures given in Argentina for the British Council.

—. “A Landmark Gone.” Middle East Anthology. Eds. John Waller and Erik de Mauny. London: Lindsay Drummond, Ltd., 1946. 19-21.

—. A Landmark Gone. Los Angeles: Privately Printed, 1949.
Notes: Reprinted from John Waller's and Erik de Mauny's (Eds.) Middle East Anthology. London: Lindsay Drummond, Ltd.; 1946; pp. 19-21. Reprinted in Durrell's Spirit of Place. Ed. Alan G. Thomas. London: Faber & Faber, 1958.

—. “Landscape With Literary Figures.” Opinions and Perspectives From The New York Times Book Review. Ed. Francis Brown. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co., 1964. 248-54.

Durrell, Lawrence. “Landscape With Olive Trees, Corfu, 1938.” A Book of Traveller’s Tales. Ed. Eric Newby. New York: Viking, 1985. 185-86.
Notes: Text derives from Durrell's Prospero's Cell.

—. “Laura of Avignon.” Woman’s Own (1982): 14, 17, 19, 29.
Notes: Listed as having first appeared in the magazine in Oct. 1962.

—. “Lawrence Durrell.” Proems. London: The Fortune Press, 1938. 23-43.
Notes: Contains "Unckebunck: A Biography in Little" with extensive prose, "Five Soliloquies Upon the Tomb" and "Themes Heraldic (Selections From)."

—. “Lawrence Durrell.” Delta 3.1 (1939): 28-35.
Notes: Contains a slightly variant version of the 14 sections of Durrell's "A Soliloquy of Hamlet"

Durrell, Lawrence. “Lawrence Durrell.” Poetry in War-Time. Ed. M. J. Tambimuttu. London: Faber & Faber, 1942. 41-50.
Notes: Contains variant versions of "Epitaph," "Island Fugue," "The Green Man, "In a Time of Crisis" ("In Crisis") and "Letter to Seferis the Greek."

Durrell, Lawrence. “Lawrence Durrell.” The Penguin Book of Contemporary Verse. Ed. Kenneth Allott. Hammondsworth: Penguin Books, 1954. 220-24.
Notes: Contains an introduction on Durrell by Kenneth Allot, as well as excerpts from "The Death of General Uncebunke" and "A Ballad of the Good Lord Nelson." All are taken from A Private Country.

Durrell, Lawrence. “Lawrence Durrell.” Richard Aldington: An Intimate Portrait. Eds. Alistar Kershaw and Frederic-Jacques Temple. Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 1965. 19-23.
Notes: A tribute to Richard Aldington.

—. The Lawrence Durrell Travel Reader. Ed. Clint Willis. New York: Carroll & Graf, 2004.

Durrell, Lawrence. “Lawrence Durrell: (Unsere Zeit Braucht Ihre Groddecks).” Groddeck Almanach. Eds. Helmut Siefert, et al. Basil u. Frankfurt am Main: Stroemfeld/Roter Tern, 1986. 99-101.

Durrell, Lawrence. “Lawrence Durrell Vous Parle.” Réalités 178 (1960): 105.
Notes: This interview is translated into English and reprinted in Earl Ingersoll's Lawrence Durrell: Conversations. Cranbury, NJ: Ashgate; 1998. 63-69.

—. “Lesbos: Song From a Play.” Jupiter and Turrell at the Wigmore. Ed. Patrick Gowers. London: Turret Books Publishers, 1968. 13.
Notes: This is a "Souvenir Brochure" of a concert programme called "New Jazz and Modern Poetry," 15 February 1968, 7:30 p.m.

—. “Letter in the Sofa.” Evening Standard 22 November (1957).

Durrell, Lawrence. “Letter to Seferis the Greek.” Diogenes 1.3 (1941): 96-100.
Notes: A slightly variant version.

Durrell, Lawrence. “Letters From Lawrence Durrell.” The World of Lawrence Durrell. Ed Harry T. Moore. New York: E.P. Dutton & Co., Inc., 1964. 222-39.

Durrell, Lawrence. “Letters in Darkness.” The London Magazine 1.8 (1954): 20-22.
Notes: A variant of Durrell's "Letters in Darkness (Belgrade)."

—. “Letters to George Katsimbalis.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 6 (1998): 11-17.
Notes: Sent from various locations, the letters cover the years 1945 (approximately) to 1963.

Durrell, Lawrence. “Letters to Henry Miller.” Twentieth Century Literature: A Scholarly and Critical Journal 33.3 (1987): 359-66.
Notes: Includes letters.

—. “Letters to Jean Fanchette.” Two Cities 9 (1964): 8-22.
Notes: 1958-1962

—. “Letters to Jean Fanchette.” Labrys 5 (1979): 34-39.

—. Letters to Jean Fanchette. Ed. Jean Fanchette. Paris: Editions Two Cities, ETC…, 1988.
Notes: Portions of this text are also available in Two Cities 9 (1964): 8-22 and Labrys 5 (1979): 34-39.

—. “Letters to T.S. Eliot.” Twentieth Century Literature: A Scholarly and Critical Journal 33.3 (1987): 348-58.
Notes: Includes letters.

—. “Levant.” The Oxford Book of Travel Verse. Ed. Kevin Crossley-Holland. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1989. 271-72.

—. Lifelines. Edinburgh: The Tragara Press, 1974.
Notes: Contains: "Certain Landfalls," "Postmark," "Picture of Geishas," and "A Patch of Dust."

—. Liva, or Buried Alive. London: Faber & Faber, 1978.

Durrell, Lawrence. “Logos.” The New English Weekly 14.21 (1939): 316.

Durrell, Lawrence. “London at Night (Walsh in Bloomsbury).” Extravagant Strangers: A Literature of Belonging. Ed. Caryl Phillips. London: Faber & Faber, 1997. 88-91.

Durrell, Lawrence, composer. “The Love Poems of Lawrence Durrell.” Lawrence Durrell. Argo Record Co. Ltd., 1962.
Notes: A recording of Durrell reading a number of his poems: "Freedom," "Water Music," "Episode," "By the Lake," "A Portrait Theodora," "Conon in Exile," "To Ping-ku Asleep," "Cradle Song," "Heloise and Abelard," "John Donne," "La Rochefoucauld," "Poggio," "Levant," "Alexandria," "The Anecdotes," "Song of Zarathustra," "Ballad of the Oedipus Complex," "A Ballad of the Good Lord Nelson," "Ballad of Psychoanalysis," and "Bitter Lemons."

Durrell, Lawrence. “A Lyric For Nikh.” The Booster 2.7 (1937): 37.
Notes: reprinted in 1968

—. “The Minor Mythologies.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 7 (1999-2000): 11-35.
Notes: Edited by Charles L. Sligh, with extensive annotations and discussion of the text.

—. “A Modern Troubadour.” Gazebo June (1963): 34-36.
Notes: Part of a special issue on poverty and hunger. Republished in Durrell's Spirit of Place, p. 278.

—. Monsieur, or The Prince of Darkness. London: Faber & Faber, 1974.

—. “The Moonlight of Your Smile.” King’s School Review 1.2 (1960): 3.
Notes: A short article on Cyprus, involving black-coloured false teeth.

—. Mountolive: A Novel. London: Faber & Faber, 1958.

Durrell, Lawrence. “Mr Ought and Mrs Should.” Man About Town January (1961): 42-45.
Notes: Reprint of "I wish one could be more like the birds: to sing unfaltering, at peace." Réalités 120 (1960): 56-59 & 78.

—. “Mysticism: The Yellow Peril.” The New English Weekly 41.14 (1940): 208-09.
Notes: A polemical review of Cranmer Byng and Alan Watts' The Persian Mystics and Arthur Waley's Three Ways of Thought in Ancient China.

—. “Mythology: I.” View 3.3 (1943): 83.
Notes: Variant version of "Coptic Poem." View is an arts magazine edited by Charles Henri Ford.

Durrell, Lawrence. “Mythology: II.” View 3.3 (1943): 83.
Notes: Slightly variant version of "Mythology." View is an arts magazine edited by Charles Henri Ford.

—, Ed. New Poems 1963: A P.E.N. Anthology of Contemporary Poetry. London: Hutchinson & Co. Ltd., 1963.
Notes: Contains a brief introduction and poetry from 1963 selected by Lawrence Durrell. Particularly prominent authors include: Joan Forman, D.J. Enright, G.S. Fraser, Elizabeth Jennings, Sylvia Plath, Edith Sitwell, Ted Hughes, and others. The work demonstrates Durrell's tastes and choices in collecting other author's works.

—. “No Clue to Living.” The Writer’s Dilemma: Essays First Published in The Times Literary Supplement Under the Heading ‘Limits of Control’. Times Literary Supplement. London: Oxford University Press, 1961. 17-24.

—. “A Noctuary.” Poetry London 1.3 (1940): 82-83.
Notes: A greatly varied version of "A Noctuary in Athens."

—. Nunquam: A Novel. London: Faber & Faber, 1970.

—. “The Octagon Room, National Gallery ’55.” New Poems 1956. Eds Stephen Spender, Elizabeth Jennings, and Dannie Abse. London: Michael Joseph, 1956. 49-50.

—. “Ode to a Lukewarm Eyebrow.” Two Cities 9 (1964): 72-73.
Notes: poem

Durrell, Lawrence. “On First Looking Into The Loeb Horace.” Selected Writing. Ed. Reginald Moore. London: Nicholson and Watson, 1944. 101-02.
Notes: A slightly variant version of the poem.

Durrell, Lawrence. “On George Seferis.” George Seferis 1900-1971. National Book League. London: National Book League & the British Council, 1975. 7-8.
Notes: Catalogue of an exhibition held at the National Book League, London, 6-24 Nov. 1975.

—. On Seeming to Presume. London: Faber & Faber, 1948.

—. On the Suchness of the Old Boy. Illus. Sappho Durrell. London: Turret Books, 1972.

Durrell, Lawrence. “The Open Way.” The New English Weekly 15.14 (1939): 220.
Notes: Review of E. Graham Howe's The Open Way.

Durrell, Lawrence. “The Other Eliot.” The Atlantic Monthly 215.5 (1965): 60-64.

Durrell, Lawrence. “Owed to America.” Holiday 44.2 (1968): 84.

Durrell, Lawrence. “Owed to America.” The Oxford Book of Travel Verse. Ed. Kevin Crossley-Holland. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1989. 375-76.

—. Panic Spring. New York: Covici Friede Publishers, 1937.
Notes: Published pseudonymously as "Charles Norden." Selected portions are reprinted in Durrell's Spirit of Place. Ed. Alan G. Thomas. London: Faber & Faber, 1969.

—. Panic Spring: A Romance. London: Faber & Faber, 1937.
Notes: Published pseudonymously as "Charles Norden." Selected portions are reprinted in Durrell's Spirit of Place. Ed. Alan G. Thomas. London: Faber & Faber, 1969.

Durrell, Lawrence. The Parthenon. Rhodes: Privately Printed, 1946.

—. “Persuasions Corfu.” Harper’s Bazaar 99.May (1966): 177.
Notes: A variant version of "Persuasions." May contain a fourth stanza, but it is unclear whether this belongs to the poem of the advertisement on the previous page.

Durrell, Lawrence. Pied Piper of Lovers. London: Cassell and Co. Ltd., 1935.
Notes: Selected portions are reprinted in Durrell's Spirit of Place. Ed. Alan G. Thomas. London: Faber & Faber, 1969.

—. The Plant-Magic Man. Santa Barbara, CA: Capra Press, 1973.

—. “Poem to Gerald.” Delta 2.2 (1938): 9.

—. “The Poetic Obsession of Dublin.” Travel & Leisure 2.4 (1972): 33-36 & 69-70.

—. “The Poetry of Elytis.” Books Abroad 49 (1975): 660.

—. “Powdering Hare-Lips.” Ralph: The Review of Arts, Literature, Philosophy and the Humanities 11.3 (1995): n.pag.
Notes: An online journal: <http://www.ralphmag.org>.

Durrell, Lawrence. “Preface.” Aeolia. Ilias Venezis. London: William Campion, 1949.
Notes: Trans. E.D Scott-Kilvert/REQUEST

Durrell, Lawrence. “Preface.” Below the Tide. Penelope Tremayne. Boston: Houghton & Mifflin, 1959. 5-6.

—. “Preface.” The Passionate Epicure. Marcel Rouff. London: Faber & Faber, 1961. 9-11.
Notes: The book is translated by "Claude" -- Claude Vincedon, Durrell's wife.

—. “Preface.” Perspective of Nudes. Bill Brandt. London: Bodley Head, 1961.

—. “Preface.” Lear’s Corfu: An Anthology Drawn From the Painter’s Letters and Prefaced by Lawrence Durrell. Edward Lear. Corfu, Greece: Corfu Travel, 1965. 7-8.
Notes: Durrell's Preface lists Marie Aspioti as the editor of this anthology of Lear's letters and artworks; however, the anthology of Lear's letters appears in the 1975 Faber edition of Durrell's Prospero's Cell as a new chapter, "Lear's Corfu: An Anthology Drawn from the Painter's Letters."

—. “Preface.” The Captive of Zour. Marc Peyre. :London: Alan Ross, 1966. n.pag.

—. “Preface.” Sommieres: Promenade a Traves Son Passe. Ivan Gaussen. Sommieres: privately printed, 1968. 7-8.
Notes: Printed by Anc. Ets Chastaniers Freres et Betrand a Nimes. Translated by F.J. Temple.

Durrell, Lawrence. “Preface.” Lady Chatterley’s Lover. D. H. Lawrence. New York: Bantam Books, 1968. vii-xi.

Durrell, Lawrence. “Preface.” Pen As Pencil: Drawings and Paintings by British Authors. London: Europalia 73, 1973. n.pag.

—. “Preface.” Paris Journal. David Gascoyne. London: Enitharmon Press, 1978. 5-6.

—. “Preface.” La Majorité. Paul Hordequin. Paris: La Table Ronde, 1978. 13-14.

—. “Preface.” Bimbashi McPherson: A Life in Egypt. Eds. Barry Carman and John McPerhson. London: British Broadcast Corporation, 1983. 7-8.

Durrell, Lawrence. “Preface.” The Greeks: A Celebration of Greece and the Greek People Through Poetry and Photographs. Ed. and Trans. Kimon Friar. Garden City, NY: Doubleday & Co., Inc., 1984. 7.
Notes: Photographs in the volume are by John Veltri and Durrell's "Preface" focusses primarily on Veltri's work.

—. “Preface.” Dear, Dear Brenda. Henry Miller and Brenda Venus. New York: William Morrow & Co., 1986. 9-10.

—. “Préface.” Harems. Annabelle d’Huart and Nadia Tazi. Paris: Chêne : Hachette, 1980. 7-15.
Notes: Durrell's preface is in French and was translated by Henri Robillot.

Durrell, Lawrence. “Preface to Children of the Albatross.” A Casebook on Anais Nin. Ed. Robert Zaller. New York: Meridian Books, 1974. 2.

Durrell, Lawrence. “The Prince and Hamlet: A Diagnosis.” The New English Weekly 10.14 (1937): 271-73.
Notes: While related, this is not the same as Durrell's Hamlet letter to Miller.

Durrell, Lawrence. A Private Country. London: Faber & Faber, 1943.

Durrell, Lawrence. Private Drafts. Nicosia, Cyprus: Privately Printed, 1955.
Notes: Contains "Bitter Lemons," "Near Kyrenia," "Nicosia," "The Meeting," "John Donne," "Poem," "Ballad of Psychoanalysis," and "At The Long Bar."

Durrell, Lawrence. Prospero’s Cell: A Guide to the Landscape and Manners of the Island of Corcyra. London: Faber & Faber, 1945.

—. Provence. New York: Arcade Publishing, 1994.
Notes: Originally published as Caesar's Vast Ghost. London: Faber & Faber, 1990.

Durrell, Lawrence. “Provence Entire ? Chapter One.” Twentieth Century Literature 33.3 (1987): 416-30.

Durrell, Lawrence. “Pursewarden’s Incorrigibilia.” The Best of Olympia: An Anthology of Tales, Poems, Scientific Documents and Tricks Which Appeared in the Short-Lived and Much Lamented Olympia Magazine. Ed. Maurice Girodias. London: New English Library, 1966. 17.
Notes: A one-page article with photo of Durrell. Primarily contains a Pursewarden poem.

—. Quaint Fragment: Poems Written Between the Ages of Sixteen and Nineteen. London: The Cecil Press, 1931.

—. Quinx, or The Ripper’s Tale. London: Faber & Faber, 1985.

—. The Red Limbo Lingo: A Poetry Notebook. London: Faber & Faber, 1971.

—. Reflections on a Marine Venus: A Companion to the Landscape of Rhodes. London: Faber & Faber, 1953.

—. “Return to Corfu.” Holiday 40.4 (1966): 58-65, 76, 78-82, 118-20.
Notes: Reprinted in Spirit of Place as "Oil for the Saint; Return to Corfu" 286-303.

—. The Revolt of Aphrodite. London: Faber and Faber, 1974.
Notes: Pages are not numbered consecutively throughout the volume, but begin again with each book in the omnibus edition. Contains the text of both Tunc and Nunquam.

Durrell, Lawrence. “The Rhône at Beaucaire.” Passager 5 (1991): 17.

Durrell, Lawrence. “Rilke.” Poetry London 1.3 (1940): 84-85.
Notes: A review of Rainer Maria Rilke's Duino Elegies.

—. “Ripe Living in Provence.” Holiday 26.5 (1959): 70-75, 184-86, 188-89, 191-93.
Notes: Reprinted in Spirit of Place as "Across Secret Provence" 350-364.

Durrell, Lawrence. “The Rival Poet.” The Times Literary Supplement (1951): 7.
Notes: A letter by Durrell that comments briefly on Marlowe as the "Rival Poet" controversy in Shakespeare's sonnets.

Durrell, Lawrence. Sappho: A Play in Verse. London: Faber & Faber, 1950.

—. “Sappho and After.” Labrys 5 (1979): 31-33.

—. “Sarajevo.” The Oxford Book of Travel Verse. Ed. Kevin Crossley-Holland. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1989. 152.

Durrell, Lawrence. “Sauve Qui Peut.” Playboy 11 (1964): 139, 196.
Notes: Drawn from Sauve Qui Peut.

Durrell, Lawrence. Sauve Qui Peut: Nicolas Bentley Drew the Pictures. Illus. Nicholas Bentley. London: Faber & Faber, 1966.

—. Sebastian, or Ruling Passions. London: Faber & Faber, 1983.

Durrell, Lawrence. Selected Poems. London: Faber & Faber, 1952.

—. “Self to Not-Self.” Poetry London 4.14 (1948): 14.
Notes: A greatly altered version of "Self to Not-Self," containing a third middle stanza.

—. “Seven Poems.” Atlantic Anthology. Eds Jankel White Antonia MacLaren-Ross J. Adler. London: The Fortune Press, 1945. 86-90.
Notes: Contains variant versions of Durrell's poems "Sea Music" (later "Water Music"), "Tribes," "Pearls," "Air to Seria," "Heloise and Abelard," "The Pilot" and "La Rouchefoucauld."

Durrell, Lawrence. “The Shades of Dylan Thomas.” Encounter 9.6 (1957): 56-59.
Notes: Durrell recounts his acquaintance with Dylan Thomas and The Booster journal.

—. Sicilian Carousel. New York: Viking Press, 1977.

—. “Sicily.” Travel & Leisure 6.1 (1976): 23-27 and 60-62.

—. “Six Poems.” Seven 4 (1939): 4-9.
Notes: Variant versions of "The Ego's Own Egg," "The Hanged Man," "Father Nicholas His Death," "The Poet, I." "A Small Scripture To Nancy," & "Adam"

—. Six Poems From the Greek of Sekilianos and Seferis. Rhodes: Privately Printed, 1946.
Notes: Durrell's own free translation of 6 poems each by Sekilianos and Seferis, as well as a brief introduction.

—. A Smile in the Mind’s Eye. London: Wildwood House, 1980.
Notes: Includes a reprint of "The Tao and Its Glozes." The Aryan Path 10.12 (1939), 585-587.

—. “Smoke, the Embassy Cat.” Blackwood’s Magazine 324.1956 (1978): 276-84.

—. “Something a La Carte?” A Literary Feast: An Anthology. Ed. Lilly Golden. New York: The Atlantic Monthly Press, 1993. 98-101.
Notes: Reprint of the Antrobus story of the same title.

—. Spirit of Place: Letters and Essays on Travel. Ed. Alan G. Thomas. London: Faber & Faber, 1969.

—. Stiff Upper Lip: Life Among the Diplomats. Illus. Nicholas Bentley. New York: E.P. Dutton, 1959.
Notes: Contains "A Smircher Smirched," which does not appear in the Faber edition, but does not contain "La Valise" and "Cry Wolf."

—. Stiff Upper Lip: Nicholas Bentley Drew the Pictures. Illus. Nicholas Bentley. London: Faber & Faber, 1958.
Notes: Reprinted as Stiff Upper Lip; Life Among the Diplomats. New York: E.P. Dutton, 1959. The Dutton edition adds the story "A Smircher Smirched."

—. “Les Suppositoires Requisitoires : Entretiens Avec Marc Alyn.” The Big Supposer. Marc Alyn. New York: Grove Press, Inc., 1974. 139-50.

—. “Swans.” The Faber Book of Modern Verse. Eds. Michael Roberts and Anne Ridler. 2nd ed. London: Faber & Faber, 1960. 383-84.
Notes: Durrell is also briefly discussed by Ridler in her introduction to the volume.

—. “The Tao and Its Glozes.” The Aryan Path (India) 10.12 (1939): 585-87.
Notes: Reprinted in Durrell's A Smile in the Mind's Eye. London: Wildwood House, 1980.

—. “The Telephone.” Greek Horizons: A Quarterly Review (Athens) 1.Summer (1946): 45-56.
Notes: Later apperas in a modified form as a chapter from Reflections on a Marine Venus, "The Little Summer of Saint Demetrius."

—. Ten Poems. London: The Caduceus Press, 1932.

—. “Ten Poems.” Experimental Review 3 (1941): n.pag.
Notes: Contains Durrell's "The Hanged Man," "Three Carols and A Soliloquy from Uncebuncke," "In Crisis," "Father Nicolas His Death," "Sermon of One," "The Three Sons to Leslie Gerald, my brothers," and "Fangbrand (A biography)." Some are slight variants. The introduction lists the poems as deriving from the unpublished manuscript of A Private Country.

—. “Theatre.” Poetry London 1.2 (1939): n.pag.
Notes: Review of T.S. Eliot's The Family Reunion by L.G.D.

Durrell, Lawrence. “Theatre: Sense and Sensibility.” International Post 1.1 (1939): 17-19.

Durrell, Lawrence. Transition: Poems. London: The Caduceus Press, 1934.

—. The Tree of Idleness. London: Faber & Faber, 1955.

—. “Tse Lio t.” Preuves: Les Idees Qui Changent Le Monde 170 (1965): 3-8.

—. Tunc: A Novel. London: Faber & Faber, 1968.

—. Two Excursions Into Reality. Berkeley, CA: Circle Editions, 1947.
Notes: Reprint of "Zero" and "Asylum in the Snow."

—. “Two Poems.” New Writing and Daylight 7 (1946): 151-52.
Notes: Contains "Blind Homer" and "Rodini."

Durrell, Lawrence. “Two Poems by Lawrence Durrell.” Encounter 71.3 (1961): 3-4.
Notes: Contains variant editions of "Aphrodite" and "A Persian Lady."

Durrell, Lawrence, composer. “Ulysses Come Back, Sketch for a Musical.” Lawrence Durrell, et al. Turret Recording, 1970.

Durrell, Lawrence. “The Underworld.” The New English Weekly 41.24 (1940): 356-57.
Notes: Durrell's review of A.J.J. Ratcliff's The Nature of Dreams and R.L. Megroz's The Dream World.

—. “Untitled.” For David Gascoyne on His Sixty-Fifth Birthday. Ed. Anthony Rudolf. London: Enitharmon Press, 1981. 12.

—. “La Valise.” Essays of Our Time. Eds. Leo Hamalian and Edmond L. Volpe. New York: McGraw-Hill Book Company, Ltd., 1960. 5-10.
Notes: An Antrobus story from Stiff Upper Lip (in the Faber edition only).

Durrell, Lawrence. “Vampire in Venice.” A Clutch of Vampires. Ed. Raymond T. McNally. New York: Warner Books, 1975. 195-99.
Notes: The text is of Pursewarden's vampire story from Balthazar.

—. Vega and Other Poems. London: Faber & Faber, 1973.

—. “The Viennese Temper.” The Fiction Magazine 1.2 (1982): 37-42.

—. “A Water-Colour of Venice.” The Faber Book of Modern Verse. Eds. Michael Roberts and Anne Ridler. 2nd ed. London: Faber & Faber, 1960. 385.
Notes: Durrell is also briefly discussed by Ridler in her introduction to the volume.

—. White Eagles Over Serbia. London: Faber & Faber, 1957.

—. “The Wordly University of Grenoble.” Holiday 25.1 (1959): 48-51, 149-50.
Notes: Reprinted in Spirit of Place as "Three Roses of Grenoble" 378-388.

—. “Zero.” Seven 6 (1939): 8-18.
Notes: Early version, without dedication to Miller/Nin or the 'letters from Nietzsche.'

—. Zero and Asylum in the Snow. Rhodes: Privately Printed, 1946.

Durrell, Lawrence, Henry Miller, and Anais Nin. “Editorial.” The Booster 2.7 (1937): 5.
Notes: reprinted in 1968

Durrell, Lawrence Jennings Elizabeth Thomas R. S. Selected Poems: Lawrence Durrell, Elizabeth Jennings, R.S. Thomas. Hamondsworth: Penguin Books, 1962.

Engels, Marian, and Lawrence Durrell. “Preface.” The Islands of Canada. Marian Engels and J. A. Kraulis. Edmonton, AB: Hurtig Publishers, 1981. 11-12.
Notes: Though Durrell is credited as 'Introducting' the book in some bibliographic references, the introduction is by Marian Engels and only uses the first four sentences from Reflections on a Marine Venus to broach the idea of 'islomania,' which is used throughout the book. Faber & Faber is cited as granting permission for use of the text, so Durrell may or may not have been aware of it.

Gowers, Patrick. Jupiter and Turret at the Wigmore. London: Turret Books Publishers, 1968.
Notes: This is a "Souvenir Brochure" of a concert programme called "New Jazz and Modern Poetry," 15 February 1968, 7:30 p.m. The programme features music by Wallace Southam, Erich Fried, Georg Rapp, John Tavener, George MacBeth, Patrick Gowers. The jazz consists of settings of poetic works by Durrell, Edward Lucie-Smith, Michael Baldwin, W.H. Auden, Christopher Logue, George MacBeth, Erich Fried, Georg Rapp, Christina Rossetti, and Lord Byron. Included are texts of the poems, including Durrell's "Lesbos" and "In Arcadia." Both settings of Durrell's works are by Southam and have been published.

Karagiorgos, Panos. “An Unpublished Letter of Durrell to Marie Aspioti.” Lawrence Durrell and the Greek World. Ed. Anna Lillios. London: Associated University Presses, 2004. 57-61.

MacNiven, Ian S., Ed. The Durrell-Miller Letters, 1935-80Lawrence Durrell and Henry Miller. London: Faber & Faber, 1988.
Notes: Includes materials previously published by Wickes in A Private Correspondence. New York: E.P. Dutton, 1963.

MacNiven, Ian S., and Harry T. Moore, Eds. Literary Lifelines: The Richard Aldington-Lawrence Durrell CorrespondenceLawrence Durrell and Richard Aldington. New York: Viking Press, 1981.

“The Kneller Tape (Hamburg).” The World of Lawrence Durrell. Ed Harry T. Moore. Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 1962. ix-xix.
Notes: This interview is reprinted in Earl Ingersoll's Lawrence Durrell: Conversations. Cranbury, NJ: Ashgate; 1998. 70-75.

Norden, Charles. “Obituary Notice.” Night and Day 1.11 (1937): 8-12.
Notes: Pseudonymously written by Durrell under Charles Norden. Nancy 'Norden' is listed as the illustrator as well. 9 September.

—. “Sportlight.” The Booster 2.7 (1937): 6-11.
Notes: Pseudonymously listed under Norden, by Durrell.

Pèrles, Alfred, Lawrence Durrell, and Henry Miller. Art and Outrage: A Correspondence About Henry Miller Between Alfred Perles and Lawrence Durrell. London: Putnam, 1959.
Notes: Correspondence between Durrell and Pèrles, with three letters by Henry Miller as well.

Two Cities. “Lawrence Durrell Answers a Few Questions.” Two Cities 1 (1959): 25-28.

—. “Lawrence Durrell Answers A Few Questions.” The World of Lawrence Durrell. Ed Harry T. Moore. Carbondale: University of Southern Illinois, 1962. 156-60.
Notes: Reprinted from Two Cities 1 (1959).

Wickes, George, Ed. Lawrence Durrell and Henry Miller: A Private CorrespondenceLawrence Durrell and Henry Miller. London: Faber & Faber, 1962.
Notes: Portions of this collection are reprinted in MacNiven's The Durrell-Miller Letters, 1935-80. London: Faber & Faber, 1988.

Wordsworth, William. Wordsworth; Selected by Lawrence Durrell. Editor Lawrence Durrell. Poet to Poet. Hamondsworth: Penguin Books, 1973.


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