Bibliography

Introduction

Bibliography is a vast and ever-changing subject of research. The listings below will be kept up-to-date as far as possible. If you wish to add to this bibliography, by indicating works that are not already included, please send details to:

durrelllibrarycorfu@gmail.com

We are at present compiling a bibliography of translations of works by Lawrence Durrell. We are particularly anxious to hear from you if you have any contributions to make in this category.

The bibliography relating to the work of LAWRENCE DURRELL was first compiled by the International Lawrence Durrell Society and the Durrell School of Corfu and was regarded as comprehensive up to 2007.  We have made additions from the Zotero online bibliography and are grateful to Prof. James Clawson for assistance.

The Durrell Library of Corfu urgently wishes to compile a similar bibliography relating to GERALD DURRELL – this section of the page is under construction.

1. Works by Lawrence Durrell

(listed alphabetically)

“14 Poems.” The Booster 3, no. 1 (1939): 28-35. (reprinted as one volume in 1968)
 Acte: A Play. London: Faber & Faber, 1964.
“Airgraph on Refugee Poets in Africa.” Poetry London 2, no. 10 (1944): 212-15.
“Alexandria.” Citadel (April 1943). (A long poem printed in the monthly literary magazine ‘Citadel’ published by the British Institute, 3, Sikket el Maghraby, Cairo, and printed by the Societe Orientale de Publicite. Edited by David Hicks.
“Alexandria.” Middle East Anthology, Eds. John Waller and Erik de Mauny, 125-26. London: Lindsay Drummond, Ltd., 1946. (A slightly variant version of the poem, mainly altered in occasional punctuation and capitalisation.)
The Alexandria Quartet. London: Faber & Faber, 1962.
“All to Scale.” Playboy 13 (September 1966): 157, 194.(Drawn from Sauve Qui Peut.)
“Ambiguous Gifts.” Times Literary Supplement (August 1963): 657. (Briefly discusses W.B. Yeats, William Empson, Robert Graves, and Edith Sitwell.)
“L’Amour, Clef Du Mystere?”Shakespeare, Ed. Marcel Pagnol, 173-92. Paris: Hachette, 1962.
“Anniversary.” T. S. Eliot A Symposium, Eds. Richard March and Tambimuttu, 88. New York: Henry Regnery Co., 1949.
“Anniversary.” T. S. Eliot A Symposium, Eds. Richard March and Tambimuttu, 88. Freeport, NY: Books for Libraries Press, 1968. (Reprinted from the 1949 printing in New York by Henry Regnery Co.)
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, 51-52. London: The Fortune Press, 1942.
“At Epidaurus.” The Oxford Book of Travel Verse, Ed. Kevin Crossley-Holland, 152-53. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1989.
“At Nemea.” Seven 8 (1940): 2.(A variant version of “Nemea” with several significant changes.)
“At The Long Bar.” Poetry London-New York 1, no. 2 (1956): 31-32.

“Avant propos”, Faeries dans l’Ile [Gerald Durrell], (La guide du livre Lausanne, 1866).

The Avignon Quintet. London: Faber and Faber, 1992.

Balthazar: A Novel. London: Faber & Faber, 1958.
Beccafico/Le Becfigue. Trans. Frederic Jacques Temple. Montepellier: La Licorne, 1963. (English and French texts together.)
“Bernard Spencer.” The London Magazine 3, no. 10 (1964): 42-47.
The Best of Antrobus. London: Faber & Faber, 1974.
The Best of Henry Miller. London: Heinemann, 1959. (The American edition has the title: The Henry Miller Reader.)
Bitter Lemons. London: Faber & Faber, 1957.
“The Black Book.” Two Cities 3 (1959): 1-22. (Fragments from The Black Book.)
“The Black Book.” The Olympia Reader: Selections From the Traveller’s Companion Series, Ed. Maurice Girodias, 136-68. New York: Quality Paperback Book Club, 1965. (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. London: Faber and Faber, 1977.
The Black Book: An Agon. Villa Seurat Series, 1. Paris: Obelisk Press, 1938. (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, no. 8 (1937): 19-23. (The dedication of this extract to Durrell’s wife 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.)
“The Blooper Girls.” Playboy 4 (September 1957): 33, 58, 76. (Drawn from Esprit de Corps.)
Blue Thirst. Santa Barbara, CA: Capra Press, 1975.
“The Booster.” The New English Weekly 12, no. 4 (November 1937): 78-79. (A response to George Orwell’s review of The Booster. The response is unattributed, but is
by Durrell.)
“Borromean Isles.” Leisure and Travel 4, no. 3 (1973): 36-37, 63.
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.
“Buy a Bewk, Ref.” Times Literary Supplement (October 1966): 919. (Comments on Greek and Turkish foods as etymological origins for a dish in Liverpool.)

Caesar’s Vast Ghost. London: Faber & Faber, 1990. (Reprinted as Provence. New York: Arcade Publishing, 1994.)
The Call of the Sea. Ed. Hideo Nakanishi. Tokyo: The Eihosha Ltd., 1957. (The text is of Esprit de Corps.)
“Can Dreams Live On When Dreamers Die?” The Listener, no. 25 September (1947): 52.
“Carnival.” The Vampire, Ed. Roger Vadim. London: Pan Books, 1965. (Features Balthazar’s vampire story from The Alexandria Quartet.)
“Carol in Corfu.” Seven 3 (1938): 2. (A variant of “Carol on Corfu.”)
“Carol in Corfu.” Furioso 1, no. 4 (Summer 1941): 45-46.
“Case History.” Father’s Bedside Book, Ed. Eric Duthie, 334-38. London: Heinemann, 1960.
“A Cavafy Find.” The London Magazine 3, no. 7 (1956): 11-14. (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. (Republished as The Dark Labyrinth. London: Faber & Faber, 1961.)
“Le Cercle Referme.” The Tenth Muse, Ed. Anthony Astbury. New York: Caracanet Press, 2005. (‘The volume collects poets works based on selections made by their family. This collection reproduces Francoise Kestman Durrell’s selections in ‘Too Far to Hear The Singing’, Poems by Lawrence Durrell.)
“Certain Landfalls.” Times Literary Supplement (June 1974): 610.
“The Cherries.” Masterpiece of Thrills, 239-43. London: Daily Express, 1936. (“The Cherries” is republished in Haining, Peter, Ed. The Lucifer Society. New York: W.H.
Allen; 1972; pp. 51-54.)
Cities, Plains and People. London: Faber & Faber, 1946.
“Cities, Plains and People.” The Tenth Muse, Ed. Anthony Astbury. New York: Caracanet Press, 2005.

“The Classical River of France: The Rhone.” Holiday 27, no. 1 (January 1960): 68-73, 115, 118-21. (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.
“Commentary.” A Festschrift for Djuna Barnes on Her 80th Birthday, Ed. Alex Gildzen, n.pag. Kent, OH: Kent State University Libraries, 1972. (A short tribute by Durrell to Barnes, praising Nightwood and its influence.)
“Conon in Alexandria.” Gangrel (1945): 27-29.
“Conon in Alexandria.” Middle East Anthology, Eds. John Waller and Erik de Mauny, 127-28. London: Lindsay Drummond, Ltd., 1946. (An early, variant version of the poem.)
“Constance in Love.” Labrys 5 (1979): 7-28.

Constance, or Solitary Practices. London: Faber & Faber, 1982.
“Constant Zarian, Triple Exile.” The Poetry Review 43, no. 1 (1952): 30-34. (Durrell gives a biography of Zarian and a commentary on his poetry, as well as its political contexts.)
“Constrained by History.” Passager 5 (1991): 14-15.
“Context.” The London Magazine 1, no. 11 (1962): 32. (Durrell briefly answers six questions posed to a range of poets.)
“Coptic Poem.” The Faber Book of Modern Verse. 2nd ed., Eds. Michael Roberts and Anne Ridler, 383. London: Faber & Faber, 1960. (Durrell is also briefly discussed by Ridler in her introduction to the volume.)
“Corfu: Isle of Legend.” The Geographical Magazine 8, no. 5 (1939): 325-34. (Includes a number of excellent black and white photos by Nancy Durrell.)
“A Corking Evening.” Playboy 10 (December 1963): 147, 213. (Drawn from Sauve Qui Peut.)
“Correspondence.” Poetry London 1, no. 2 (1939): n.pag. (A letter on Poetry London for its opening issue.)
“Correspondence.” Poetry London-New York 1, no. 1 (1956): 34-35. (Uses much of the same material that appears in Durrell’s “The Shades of Dylan Thomas.” Encounter 9.6 (1957): 56-59.
The Curious History of Pope Joan. London: Derek Verschoyle, 1954.

“Daphnis and Chloe (for V.).” View 1, no. 12-12 (1942): 6.
“Daphnis and Chloë.” Poetry London 1, no. 5 (1941): 141.
The Dark Labyrinth. London: Faber & Faber, 1961. (Originally published as Cefalu. London: Editions Poetry, 1947.)
Deus Loci. Ischia: Di Mato Vito (privately printed), 1950.
“Down the Styx in an Air-Conditioned Canoe.” The Booster 4, no. 10-11 (1937): 14-17.
“Down the Styx in an Air-Conditioned Canoe.” Two Cities 7-8 (1961): 5-9.
“Ego.” Seven 1 (1938): 22-25. (Extract from The Black Book)
Eight Aspects of Melissa.” Circle, no. 9 (1946): 1-8.
“Elegy on the Closing of the French Brothels.” Now 8 (1947): 30-32.
“Eleusis.” The Tenth Muse, Ed. Anthony Astbury. New York: Caracanet Press, 2005.
“Endpapers and Inklings.” Antaeus 61 (1988): 88-95. (This issue of Antaeus is a special issue on “Journals, Notebooks and Diaries.”)
“Endpapers and Inklings.” Our Private Lives: Journals, Notebooks, and Diaries, Ed. David Halpern, 88-95. New Jersey: Ecco Press, 1989. (Reprinted from Antaeus 61 (1988): 88-95.)
“Epidaurus.” Poetry London 2, no. 7 (1942): 20-21.
“Epitaph.” Poetry London 1, no. 1 (1939): n.pag. (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, 78-90. New York: Vintage, 1997. (This is a chapter from Sicilian Carousel.)
Esprit De Corps: Sketches From Diplomatic Life. Illus. V. H. Drummond. London: Faber & Faber, 1957.
“Eternal Contemporaries.” Penguin New Writing 29 (1946).

“Faces (1934).” Book Collecting and Library Monthly 16 (1969): 123-24.

“Family Portrait.” United Nations World 6 (1952): 60-62.
“Feria, Nimes.” The Tenth Muse, Ed. Anthony Astbury. New York: Caracanet Press, 2005.
The Fifth Antiquarian Book Fair: A Handlist of Exhibitors Introduced by Lawrence Durrell. London: Antiquarian Booksellers’ Association, 1962.
“Foreword.” Climax in Crete Theodore Stephanides, 5-6. London: Faber & Faber, 1946.

“Foreword”, The Lycian Shore selections from Freya Stark (London: John Murray, 1956).
“Foreword.” The Journey’s Echo: Selections From Freya Stark Freya Stark, xi-xii. London: John Murray, 1963.
“Foreword.” The Accursed Claude Seignolle, 7-8. New York: Coward – McCann, Inc., 1967.
“Foreword.” The Mind and Art of Henry Miller William A. Gordon, vii-ix. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 1967.

“Foreword.” The Gnostics Jacques LaCarriere, 7-8. London: Peter Owen Ltd., 1977.
“Foreword.” Conversations With Menuhin Robin Daniels, 9-10. London: Macdonald General Books, 1979.
“Foreword.” The Living Past of Greece: a Time Traveler’s Tour of Historic and Prehistoric Places Andrew Robert Burn and Mary Burn, n.pag. London: Herbert Press, 1980.
Foreword.” Fine Books and Book Collecting; Books and Manuscripts Acquired From Alan G. Thomas and Described by His Customers on the Occasion of His Seventieth Birthday, Eds. Christopher De Hamel and Richard A. Linethal. Leamington Spa, Warwickshire: J. Hall, 1981.
“Foreword.” The Nightcharmer Claude Seignolle, 7-8. College Station: Texas A & M University Press, 1983.
“Foreword.” Egypt Dorothy Bohm, 6-8. London: Thames & Hudson, 1989. (Durrell discusses Bohm’s photographic work in relation to Brassai, Brandtm and List.)
“Foreword.” Mémoires Et Recettes De Ludo Chardenon, Ramasseur De Plantes Languedocien Ludo Chardenon. Avignon: Barthélémy, 1998.
“Frank Harris.” Times Literary Supplement (December 1964): 1107.
“From a Winter Journal.” Penguin New Writing 32 (1947). (Later republished in Pleasures of New Writing : An Anthology of Poems, Stories and Other Prose
Pieces From the Pages of NEW WRITING, Ed. John Lehmann, 252-60. London: John Lehmann Ltd., 1952.
“From a Writer’s Journal.” The Windmill (London) 2, no. 6 (1947): 50-58.
“From Sappho.” Quarterly Review of Literature 6 (1951): 105-47.
“From the Elephant’s Back.” Poetry London-New York 2 (1982): 1-9. (Durrell recounts biographical elements of his childhood in India.)
“From the Elephant’s Back.” The Fiction Magazine 2, no. 3 (1983): 59-64.
Frying the Flag. Oxfordshire, England: Alembic Press.
“Frying the Flag.” Oxford Book of Humorous Prose, Ed. Frank Muir, 926-29. London: Oxford University Press, 1990. (Extract from Esprit de Corps.)
“Funchal.” Poetry London 4, no. 13 (1948): 13-14.

The Gascon Touch.” Holiday 33, no. 1 (1963): 68-74, 76, 79. (Reprinted in Spirit of Place as “Across Secret Provence” 389-403.)
“Geneva.” Holiday 29, no. 1 (January 1961): 54-55, 132-33, 135-38.
“The Ghost Train.” Bennett Cerf’s Take Along Treasury, Eds. Leonora Hornblow and Bennett Cerf, 134-40. Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1963.
“Giordano Bruno.” Times Literary Supplement 1 May (1948): 247. (Durrell asks for information on Giordano Bruno’s influence on Elizabethan writers.)

“‘Gog and Magog’ being the first chapter of a novel entitled Livia or Buried Alive” Malahat Review 42 (1977)
“Gracie From The Black Book.” New Directions in Prose and Poetry 4 (1939): 292-331. (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.)
The Greek Islands. London: Faber & Faber, 1978.
The Greek Islands. London: Faber & Faber, 2002. (Published without any of the original photographs.)
“The Greek Poems.” Lawrence Durrell. London: Jupiter Recordings, 1962. (Durrell reads a selection of his Greek poems: “Nemea,” “Argos,” “In Arcadia,”
“Asphodels,” “Chalcidice,” “Aphrodite,” “Lesbos,” and “Matapan.”)
“Green Coconuts.” The Faber Book of Modern Verse. 2nd ed., Eds. Michael Roberts and Anne Ridler, 384. London : Faber & Faber, 1960. (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, 360. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1989.
“The Green Man.” Poetry London 1, no. 3 (1940): 82-83.
The Grey Penitents. London: Steam Press, Turret Bookshop, 1974. (Illustrated (watercolour) by Ralph Steadman. Broadsheet (31 x 49 cm folded to 31 x 23
cm) wrapped in anther broadsheet.)

“Hamlet, Prince of China.” Delta 2, no. 3 (1938): 38-45. (Text of Durrell’s ‘Hamlet letter’ to Miller from January 1937.)
“The Happy Rock.” The Happy Rock: A Book About Henry Miller, 1-6. Berkeley: Bern Porter, 1945. (Reprinted London: Village Press, 1973.)
“Hellene and Philhellene.” Times Literary Supplement 2467 (May 1949): 1-2. (An extended article on the influence of Philhellenism on British poetry.)
Henri Michaux, The Poet of Supreme Solipsism. Moseley, Birmingham: Delos Press, 1990.
“Hero.” Poetry London 1, no. 6 (1941): 173.
“Highwayman.” The Tenth Muse, Ed. Anthony Astbury. New York: Caracanet Press, 2005.
“How to Buy a Village House in Cyprus.” The London Magazine 4, no. 7 (1957): 27-38.
(A variant of “How to Buy a House” from Bitter Lemons.)

“I.A.” Great Spy Stories, Ed. Allen Dulles, 191-98. Secaucus, NJ: Castle, 1969. (The excerpt is from Mountolive.)
“I Wish One Could Be More Like the Birds: to Sing Unfaltering, at Peace.” Réalités 120 (1960): 56-59 & 78. (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.
“The Ikons.” The Tenth Muse, Ed. Anthony Astbury. New York: Caracanet Press, 2005.
“Images De Dylan Thomas.” Oeuvres Dylan Thomas, 7-13. Paris: Editions du Seuil, 1970. (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, 133-34. London: Faber & Faber, 1941.
“In A Time Of Crisis (For Nancy).” Poetry London 1, no. 4 (1941): 98-99.
“In Arcadia.” Kingdom Come: The Magazine of War-Time Oxford 1, no. 4 (Summer 1940): 110.
“In Arcadia.” Furioso 1, no. 4 (Summer 1941): 46.
“In Arcadia.” The Faber Book of Modern Verse. 2nd ed., Eds. Michael Roberts and Anne Ridler, 382. London : Faber & Faber, 1960.
“In Arcadia.” Jupiter and Durrell at the Wigmore, Ed. Patrick Gowers, 10. London: Turret Books Publishers, 1968. (This is a “Souvenir Brochure” of a concert programme called “New Jazz and Modern Poetry,” 15 February 1968, 7:30 p.m.)
“In Europe.” The Partisan Review 12, no. 3 (Summer 1945): 346-50.
“In Praise of Fanatics.” Holiday 32, no. 3 (1962): 66-74. (Reprinted in Spirit of Place 307-322.)
“In the Garden of the Villa Cleobolus.” Poetry London 3, no. 11 (1947): 17-18.
“Introduction.” Three Caravan Cities: Petra, Jerash, Baalbek, and St. Catherine’s Monastery, Sinai Paul Gotch, Alexandria: Whitehead Morris Egypt, 1945.
“Introduction.” Christ and Freud Arthur Guirdham, 11-12. London: George Allen and Unwin, Ltd., 1959.
“Introduction.” The Best of Henry Miller, Ed. Lawrence Durrell, ix-xi. London: Heinemann, 1959.
“Introduction.” Portrait of Cyprus Reno Wideson , n.pag. The Hague: Deppo Holland, 1961.
“Introduction.” New Poems 1963: A P.E.N. Anthology of Contemporary Poetry, Ed. Lawrence Durrell, 11-12. London: Hutchinson & Co. Ltd., 1963.
“Introduction.” Alamein to Zem Zem Keith Douglas, 11-13. London: Faber and Faber, 1966. (A brief outline of Durrell’s relationship with Keith Douglas and Douglas’ works.)
“Introduction.” Order and Chaos Chez Hans Reichel Henry Miller, 7-12. Tucson: Loujon Press, 1966.

“Introduction.” Brassai Brassai, 9-15. New York: The Museum of Modern Art, 1968.
“Introduction.” Etruscan Places D. H. Lawrence, 9-11. London: The Folio Society, 1972.
“Introduction.” Wordsworth; Selected by Lawrence Durrell  9-21. Harmondsworth: Penguin Books, 1973. (Durrell gives and overview of Wordsworth’s works and life, as well as an outline of his own existential and psychoanalytic reading of Wordsworth’s poetry.)
“Introduction.” The Book of the It Georg Groddeck, v-xxx. New York: International University Presses, 1976.
“Introduction.” Return to Oasis: War Poems and Recollections From the Middle East, 1940-1946, Eds. Victor Selwyn and others, xxiii-xxvii. London : Shepheard-Walwyn Ltd., 1980.
“Introduction.” Alexandria: A History and a Guide E. M. Forster, xv-xx. London: Michael Haag Ltd., 1982.
“Introduction to the New Edition.” Alexandria: A History and a Guide E. M. Forster, xv-xx. New York: Oxford, 1986.
“An Irish Faustus.” Lawrence Durrell. La Voix De L’Auteur 201, Paris: Vega, 1962. (Durrell reads from his play, An Irish Faustus.)
An Irish Faustus: A Modern Morality in Nine Scenes. Moseley, Birmingham: Delos Press, 1987. (Illustrated by Oscar Epfs (Lawrence Durrell).)
An Irish Faustus: A Morality in Nine Scenes. London: Faber & Faber, 1963.
“Island Fugue (to My Wife).” Poetry London 1, no. 1 (1939): n.pag.
“The Island of the Rose.” The Geographical Magazine 20, no. 6 (1947): 230-239. (Contains a number of photographs.)

“Joss Sticks.” Tangier, Morocco 1 (1970): 58.
“Jots and Tittles.” Oxford Book of Humorous Prose, Ed. Frank Muir, 923-26. London: Oxford University Press, 1990. (Extract from Esprit de Corps.)

Judith: A Novel edited and introduced by Richard Pine – Corfu: Durrell School of Corfu 2012 (a numbered edition of 500 copies)
Justine: A Novel. London: Faber & Faber, 1957.
“Justine: Behind the Novels and the Motion Picture.” Holiday 45, no. 4 (April 1969): 74-77.

A Key To Modern British Poetry. Oklahoma: University of Oklahoma Press, 1952. (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.

“The Land of Light.” Travelers’ Tales Greece: True Stories, Eds. Larry Habegger, Sean O’Reilly, and Brian Alexander, 3-7. San Francisco: Travelers’ Tales Inc, 2000. (A extract from the opening of The Greek Islands. London: Faber & Faber,
1978. See page 243 for another excerpt (half page) from the same work.)
“A Landmark Gone.” Middle East Anthology, Eds. John Waller and Erik de Mauny, 19-21. London: Lindsay Drummond, Ltd., 1946.
A Landmark Gone. Los Angeles: Privately Printed, 1949. (Reprinted in 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, 248-54. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co., 1964.
“Landscape With Olive Trees, Corfu, 1938.” A Book of Traveller’s Tales, Ed. Eric Newby, 185-86. New York: Viking, 1985. (Text derives from  Prospero’s Cell.)
“Laura of Avignon.” Woman’s Own (October 1982): 14, 17, 19, 29. (Listed as having first appeared in the magazine in Oct. 1962.)
“Lawrence Durrell.” Proems, 23-43. London: The Fortune Press, 1938. (Contains “Unckebunck: A Biography in Little” with extensive prose, “Five Soliloquies
Upon the Tomb” and “Themes Heraldic (Selections From).”)
“Lawrence Durrell.” Delta 3, no. 1 (1939): 28-35. (Contains a slightly variant version of the 14 sections of Durrell’s “A Soliloquy of Hamlet”)
“Lawrence Durrell.” Poetry in War-Time, Ed. M. J. Tambimuttu, 41-50. London: Faber & Faber, 1942. (Contains variant versions of “Epitaph,” “Island Fugue,” “The Green Man, “In a Time of Crisis” (“In Crisis”) and “Letter to Seferis the Greek.”)
“Lawrence Durrell.” The Penguin Book of Contemporary Verse, Ed. Kenneth Allott, 220-224. Hammondsworth: Penguin Books, 1954. (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.)

“Lawrence Durrell.” Richard Aldington: An Intimate Portrait, Eds. Alistar Kershaw and Frederic-Jacques Temple, 19-23. Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 1965. (A tribute to Richard Aldington.)
The Lawrence Durrell Travel Reader. Ed. Clint Willis. New York: Carroll & Graf, 2004.
“Lawrence Durrell: (Unsere Zeit Braucht Ihre Groddecks).” Groddeck Almanach, Eds. Helmut Siefert and others, 99-101. Basil u. Frankfurt am Main: Stroemfeld/Roter Tern, 1986.
“Lawrence Durrell Vous Parle.” Réalités 178 (1960): 105. (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, 13. London: Turret Books Publishers, 1968. (This is a “Souvenir Brochure” of a concert programme called “New Jazz and Modern Poetry,” 15 February 1968, 7:30 p.m.)
“Letter.” The Phoenix 1, no. 3 (1938): 157-58. (Durrell writes in support of The Phoenix and its aims, which derive from the works of D.H. Lawrence.)
“A Letter From the Land of the Gods.” Right Review 8 (January 1939).
“Letter in the Sofa.” Evening Standard 22 November (1957).
“Letter to Seferis the Greek.” Diogenes 1, no. 3 (1941): 96-100.
“Letters From Lawrence Durrell.” The World of Lawrence Durrell, Ed Harry T. Moore, 222-39. New York: E.P. Dutton & Co., Inc., 1964.
“Letters in Darkness.” The London Magazine 1, no. 8 (1954): 20-22. (A variant of Durrell’s “Letters in Darkness (Belgrade).”)
“Letters of Lawrence Durrell.” The Paris Magazine, no. 1 (October 1967). (Eight letters from Durrell to Jean Fanchette.)
“Letters to George Katsimbalis.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 6 (1998): 11-17. (Sent from various locations, the letters cover the years 1945 (approximately) to 1963.)
“Letters to Henry Miller.” Twentieth Century Literature: A Scholarly and Critical Journal 33, no. 3 (1987): 359-66.
“Letters to Jean Fanchette.” Two Cities 9 (1964): 8-22.
“Letters to Jean Fanchette.” Labrys 5 (1979): 34-39.
Letters to Jean Fanchette. Ed. Jean Fanchette. Paris: Editions Two Cities, ETC., 1988. (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, no. 3 (1987): 348-58.
“Letters to the Editor: Alexander’s Tomb.” The Times Literary Supplement, no. 3345 (April 1966): 295.
“Levant.” The Oxford Book of Travel Verse, Ed. Kevin Crossley-Holland, 271-72. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1989.
Lifelines. Edinburgh: The Tragara Press, 1974. (Contains: “Certain Landfalls,” “Postmark,” “Picture of Geishas,” and “A Patch of Dust.”)
“The Little Affair in Paris.” The Saturday Evening Post 239, no. 12 (June 1966). (Materials drawn from Sauve Qui Peut.)
Livia, or Buried Alive. London: Faber & Faber, 1978.
“Logos.” The New English Weekly 14, no. 21 (March 1939): 316.
“London at Night (Walsh in Bloomsbury).” Extravagant Strangers: A Literature of Belonging, Ed. Caryl Phillips, 88-91. London: Faber & Faber, 1997.

“The Love Poems of Lawrence Durrell.” Lawrence Durrell. London: Argo Record Co. Ltd., 1962. (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.”)
“A Lyric For Nikh.” The Booster 2, no. 7 (1937): 37. (Reprinted in 1968.)
“The Minor Mythologies.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 7 (1999): 11-35.

“A Modern Troubadour.” Gazebo June (1963): 34-36. (Part of a special issue on poverty and hunger. Republished in  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, no. 2 (1960): 3. (A short article on Cyprus, involving black-coloured false teeth.)
Mountolive: A Novel. London: Faber & Faber, 1958.
“Mr Ought and Mrs Should.” Man About Town January (1961): 42-45. (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, no. 14 (January 1940): 208-9. (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, no. 3 (1943): 83. (Variant version of “Coptic Poem.”)
“Mythology: II.” View 3, no. 3 (1943): 83. (Slightly variant version of “Mythology.”)
New Poems 1963: A P.E.N. Anthology of Contemporary Poetry. London: Hutchinson & Co. Ltd., 1963. (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.” Times Literary Supplement (May 1960): 339. (Also reprinted as “Mr. Ought and Mrs. Should.”)
“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, 17-24. London: Oxford University Press, 1961.
“A Noctuary.” Poetry London 1, no. 3 (1940): 82-83. (A greatly varied version of “A Noctuary in Athens.”)
Nunquam: A Novel. London: Faber & Faber, 1970.

“The Octagon Room.” The Tenth Muse, Ed. Anthony Astbury. New York: Caracanet Press, 2005.
“The Octagon Room, National Gallery ‘55.” New Poems 1956 , Eds Stephen Spender, Elizabeth Jennings, and Dannie Abse, 49-50. London: Michael Joseph, 1956.
“The Octagon Room National Gallery ‘55.” Times Literary Supplement (January 1956): 47. (Variant on “The Octagon Room.”)
“Ode to a Lukewarm Eyebrow.” Two Cities 9 (1964): 72-73.
“On First Looking Into The Loeb Horace.” Selected Writing, Ed. Reginald Moore, 101-2. London: Nicholson and Watson, 1944.
“On George Seferis.” George Seferis 1900-1971 National Book League, 7-8. London: National Book League & the British Council, 1975. (Catalogue of an exhibition held at the National Book League, London, 6-24 Nov. 1975.)
“On Mirrors.” Times Literary Supplement (August 1954): 10.

On Seeming to Presume. London: Faber & Faber, 1948.
On the Suchness of the Old Boy. Illus. Sappho Durrell. London: Turret Books, 1972.
“One Grey Greek Stone.” Times Literary Supplement (July 1965): 648. (Variant of “One Grey Greek Stone.”)
“The Open Way.” The New English Weekly 15, no. 14 (July 1939): 220. (Review of E. Graham Howe’s The Open Way.)
“The Other Eliot.” The Atlantic Monthly 215, no. 5 (1965): 60-64.
“The Outer Limits.” The Tenth Muse, Ed. Anthony Astbury. New York: Caracanet Press, 2005.
“Owed to America.” Holiday 44, no. 2 (August 1968): 84.
“Owed to America.” The Oxford Book of Travel Verse, Ed. Kevin Crossley-Holland, 375-76. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1989.

Panic Spring. New York: Covici Friede Publishers, 1937. (Published pseudonymously as “Charles Norden.” Selected portions are reprinted in Spirit of Place. Ed. Alan G. Thomas. London: Faber & Faber, 1969.)
The Parthenon. Rhodes: Privately Printed, 1946.
“The Perfect Rendezvous.” Exciting Escape Stories: Action-Filled Adventures and Death-Defying Stunts, Ed. Elizabeth Bland. London: Octopus Books, 1980. (An extract from White Eagles Over Serbia.)
“Persuading the World to Tap the Source of Laughter in Itself.” Lawrence Durrell: Conversations, Ed. Earl G. Ingersoll, 70-75. Cranbury, NJ: Associated University Presses, 1998. (Reprint of “The Kneller Tape (Hamburg)” from Harry T. Moore (Ed.) The World of Lawrence Durrell. New York: E.P. Dutton & Co., Inc.; 1964; p. ix-xix.)
“Persuasions Corfu.” Harper’s Bazaar 99, no. May (1966): 177.
Notes: A variant version of “Persuasions.”
Pied Piper of Lovers. London: Cassell and Co. Ltd., 1935. (Selected portions are reprinted in  Spirit of Place. Ed. Alan G. Thomas. London: Faber & Faber, 1969.)
The Plant-Magic Man. Santa Barbara, CA: Capra Press, 1973.
“Poem in Space and Time.” New Directions in Prose and Poetry 5 (1940): 342-47. (A variant version of “The Prayer-Wheel.”)
“Poem to Gerald.” Delta 2, no. 2 (1938): 9. (Variant of poem IX in “Themes Heraldic.”)
“The Poetic Obsession of Dublin.” Travel & Leisure 2, no. 4 (1972): 33-36 & 69-70.
“The Poetry of Elytis.” Books Abroad 49, no. 4 (1975): 660.
“Postmark.” Times Literary Supplement (June 1974): 610.
“Powdering Hare-Lips.” Ralph: The Review of Arts, Literature, Philosophy and the Humanities 11, no. 3 (1995): n.pag. (An online journal: <http://www.ralphmag.org&gt;.)
“Preface.” Trans. E.D Scott-Kilvert Aeolia Ilias Venezis. London: William Campion, 1949.

“Preface.” Below the Tide Penelope Tremayne, 5-6. Boston: Houghton & Mifflin, 1959.
“Preface.” The Passionate Epicure Marcel Rouff, 9-11. London: Faber & Faber, 1961. (The book is translated by “Claude”—Claude Vincedon, Durrell’s wife.)
“Preface.” Perspective of Nudes Bill Brandt. London: Bodley Head, 1961.
“Preface.” An Exhibition of Paintings Nadia Blokh. Paris: Gallerie de Merignon, 1961.

“Preface”. Un Corbeau de toutes Couleurs, Claude Seignolle (Paris: Editions Denoel, 1962)
“Preface.” Lear’s Corfu: An Anthology Drawn From the Painter’s Letters and Prefaced by Lawrence Durrell Edward Lear, 7-8. Corfu, Greece: Corfu Travel, 1965. (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
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, n.pag. :London: Alan Ross, 1966.
“Preface.” 100 Great Books; Masterpieces of All Time, Ed. John Canning. London: Oldhams Books, 1966.
“Preface.” Sommieres: Promenade a Traves Son Passe Ivan Gaussen, 7-8. Sommieres: privately printed, 1968. (Printed by Anc. Ets Chastaniers Freres et Betrand a Nimes. Translated by F.J. Temple.) [Repr. Presses du Languedoc, 1991]
“Preface.” Lady Chatterley’s Lover D. H. Lawrence, vii-xi. New York: Bantam Books, 1968.

“Preface”, Foghorn, F J Temple (Santa Barbara: Capricorn Press, 1971).
“Preface.” Pen As Pencil: Drawings and Paintings by British Authors, n.pag. London: Europalia 73, 1973.

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

“Preface”. Le Livre du Ca [Book of the It] trans. L Jumel (ferce sur Sarthe: Librairie Philoscience, 1976).
“Preface.” Paris Journal David Gascoyne, 5-6. London: Enitharmon Press, 1978.
“Preface.” La Majorité Paul Hordequin, 13-14. Paris: La Table Ronde, 1978.
“Preface.” The Artists of My Life Brassai. New York: Studio, 1982.
“Preface.” Bimbashi McPherson: A Life in Egypt, Eds. Barry Carman and John McPherson, 7-8. London: British Broadcast Corporation, 1983.
“Preface.” The Greeks: A Celebration of Greece and the Greek People Through Poetry and Photographs, Ed. and Trans. Kimon Friar, 7. Garden City, NY: Doubleday & Co., Inc., 1984. (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, 9-10. New York: William Morrow & Co., 1986.
“Préface.” Harems Annabelle d’Huart and Nadia Tazi, 7-15. Paris: Chêne : Hachette, 1980. (Durrell’s preface is in French and was translated by Henri Robillot.)
“Preface”, Journal sde Paris et d’ailleurs 1936-1942, David Gascoyne, trans. Christine Jordis (Paris: Flammarion, 1983).

“Preface” to Reverie dans le Jardin du Luxembourg, Richard Aldington, trans. Catherine Aldington (Arles: Actes Sud, 1986).

“Preface” to Marie la Louve, Claude Seignolle (Paris: Phebus, 1987).

“Preface”, Lady Chatterly’s Lover [German edition], (Munchen: Goldmann Verlag, 1988).

 

[“Preface” Dream in the Luxembourg, Richard Aldington (Karl Orend, 1994)]
“The Prince and Hamlet: A Diagnosis.” The New English Weekly 10, no. 14 (January 1937): 271-73. (While related, this is not the same as Durrell’s Hamlet letter to Miller.)
A Private Country. London: Faber & Faber, 1943.
Private Drafts. Nicosia, Cyprus: Privately Printed, 1955. (Contains “Bitter Lemons,” “Near Kyrenia,” “Nicosia,” “The Meeting,” “John Donne,” “Poem,” “Ballad of Psychoanalysis,” and “At The Long Bar.”)
“Prix Blondel.” Times Literary Supplement (September 1965): 877.
Prospero’s Cell: A Guide to the Landscape and Manners of the Island of Corcyra. London: Faber & Faber, 1945.
“Prospero’s Isle (“to Caliban”).” T’Ien Hsia Monthly 9, no. 2 (September 1939): 129-39. (Focusing on Shakespeare and Corfu, this article is a forerunner to Prospero’s Cell.)
“Provencal Dawn.” Traveler’s Tales Provence, Eds. James O’Reilly and Tara Austen Weaver, 16-18. San Francisco: Travelers’ Tales Inc, 2003.
Provence. New York: Arcade Publishing, 1994.(Originally published as Caesar’s Vast Ghost. London: Faber & Faber, 1990.)
“Provence Entire ? Chapter One.” Twentieth Century Literature 33, no. 3 (1987): 416-30.
“Pursewarden’s Incorrigibilia.” Olympia: A Monthly Review From Paris 1 (January 1962).
(Contains two poems by Durrell.)
“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, 17. London: New English Library, 1966. (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, no. 4 (October 1966): 58-65, 76, 78-82, 118-20. (Reprinted in Spirit of Place as “Oil for the Saint; Return to Corfu” 286-303.)
The Revolt of Aphrodite. London: Faber and Faber, 1974. (Contains the text of both Tunc and Nunquam.)
“The Rhône at Beaucaire.” Passager 5 (1991): 17.
“Rilke.” Poetry London 1, no. 3 (1940): 84-85. (A review of Rainer Maria Rilke’s Duino Elegies.)
“Ripe Living in Provence.” Holiday 26, no. 5 (November 1959): 70-75, 184-86, 188-89, 191-93. (Reprinted in Spirit of Place as “Across Secret Provence” 350-364.)
“The Rival Poet.” The Times Literary Supplement (January 1951): 7. (A letter by Durrell that comments briefly on Marlowe as the “Rival Poet” controversy in Shakespeare’s sonnets.)
“River Water.” Times Literary Supplement (September 1954): 582.

Sappho: A Play in Verse. London: Faber & Faber, 1950.
“Sappho and After.” New Saltire 1 (Summer 1961).
“Sappho and After.” Labrys 5 (1979): 31-33.
“Sarajevo.” Times Literary Supplement (January 1951): 46.
“Sarajevo.” The Oxford Book of Travel Verse, Ed. Kevin Crossley-Holland, 152. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1989.
“Sarajevo.” The Tenth Muse, Ed. Anthony Astbury. New York: Caracanet Press, 2005.
“Sauve Qui Peut.” Playboy 11 (December 1964): 139, 196. (Drawn from Sauve Qui Peut.)
Sauve Qui Peut: Nicolas Bentley Drew the Pictures. Illus. Nicholas Bentley. London: Faber & Faber, 1966.
Sebastian, or Ruling Passions. London: Faber & Faber, 1983.
Selected Poems. London: Faber & Faber, 1952.
“Self to Not-Self.” Poetry London 4, no. 14 (1948): 14. (A greatly altered version of “Self to Not-Self,” containing a third middle stanza.)
“The Sermon: From a Verse Play.” Experimental Review 2 (1940): 56-57.
“Seven Poems.” Atlantic Anthology, Eds Jankel White Antonia MacLaren-Ross J. Adler, 86-90. London: The Fortune Press, 1945. (Contains variant versions of “Sea Music” (later “Water Music”), “Tribes,” “Pearls,” “Air to Seria,” “Heloise and Abelard,” “The Pilot” and “La Rouchefoucauld.”)
“The Shades of Dylan Thomas.” Encounter 9, no. 6 (1957): 56-59. (Durrell recounts his acquaintance with Dylan Thomas and The Booster journal.)
Sicilian Carousel. New York: Viking Press, 1977.
“Sicily.” Travel & Leisure 6, no. 1 (1976): 23-27 and 60-62.
“The Simple Art of Truth: A First Study in Doctor Graham Howe.” Purpose 5, no. 11 (1939): 85-90.
“The Sirens.” Times Literary Supplement (June 1951): 398. (Variant of “The Sirens.” There are a number of significant differences between the published versions of the poem.)
“Six Poems.” Seven 4 (1939): 4-9. (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. (Durrell’s own free translation of 6 poems each by Sekilianos and Seferis, as well as a brief introduction.)
“Sixties.” Harper’s Magazine 238, no. 1427 (1969): 4.
A Smile in the Mind’s Eye. London: Wildwood House, 1980. (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, no. 1956 (1978): 276-84.
“Something a La Carte?”A Literary Feast: An Anthology, Ed. Lilly Golden, 98-101. New York: The Atlantic Monthly Press, 1993. (Reprint of the Antrobus story of the same title.)
“Song for Zarathustra.” The Tenth Muse, Ed. Anthony Astbury. New York: Caracanet Press, 2005.
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. (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. (Reprinted as Stiff Upper Lip; Life Among the Diplomats. New York: E.P. Dutton, 1959. The Dutton edition adds the story “A Smircher Smirched.”)
“Studies in Genius – Henry Miller.” Henry Miller and the Critics, Ed. George Wickes, 86-107. Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 1963. (Originally published in Horizon 20 (July 1949): 45-61.)
“Studies in Genius VI: Groddeck.” Horizon 17, no. June (1948): 384-403.
“Studies in Genius VIII – Henry Miller.” Horizon 20, no. July (1949): 45-61.
“Les Suppositoires Requisitoires : Entretiens Avec Marc Alyn.” The Big Supposer Marc Alyn, 139-50. New York: Grove Press, Inc., 1974.
“Swans.” The Faber Book of Modern Verse. 2nd ed., Eds. Michael Roberts and Anne Ridler, 383-84. London: Faber & Faber, 1960.

“The Tao and Its Glozes.” The Aryan Path (India) 10, no. 12 (1939): 585-87. (Reprinted in Durrell’s A Smile in the Mind’s Eye. London: Wildwood House, 1980.)
“The Telephone.” Greek Horizons: A Quarterly Review (Athens) 1, no. Summer (1946): 45-56. (Later appears 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. (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, no. 2 (1939): n.pag. (Review of T.S. Eliot’s The Family Reunion by L.G.D.)
“Theatre: Sense and Sensibility.” International Post 1, no. 1 (1939): 17-19.
Too Far to Hear the Singing. Pref. Francoise Kestman. Birmingham: Delos Press, 2005. (Poems selected and prefaced by Francoise Kestman Durrell.)
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 Poems.” New Writing and Daylight 7 (1946): 151-52. (Contains “Blind Homer” and “Rodini.”)
“Two Poems by Lawrence Durrell.” Encounter 71, no. 3 (1961): 3-4. (Contains variant editions of “Aphrodite” and “A Persian Lady.”)

“Ulysses Come Back, Sketch for a Musical.” Lawrence Durrell and others. London: Turret Recording, 1970.
“The Underworld.” The New English Weekly 41, no. 24 (April 1940): 356-57. (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, 12. London: Enitharmon Press, 1981.

“La Valise.” Essays of Our Time, Eds. Leo Hamalian and Edmond L. Volpe, 5-10. New York: McGraw-Hill Book Company, Ltd., 1960. (An Antrobus story from Stiff Upper Lip (in the Faber edition only).)
“Vampire in Venice.” A Clutch of Vampires, Ed. Raymond T. McNally, 195-99. New York:
Warner Books, 1975. (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, no. 2 (Summer 1982): 37-42.
“Vidourle.” Times Literary Supplement 22 April (1965): 312.

“Vorbermerkung”, Die Welt des Sexus (Hamburg: Rowohlt, 1982.

“A Water-Colour of Venice.” The Faber Book of Modern Verse. 2nd ed., Eds. Michael Roberts and Anne Ridler, 385. London : Faber & Faber, 1960.
White Eagles Over Serbia. London: Faber & Faber, 1957.
“The Wordly University of Grenoble.” Holiday 25, no. 1 (January 1959): 48-51, 149-50. (Reprinted in Spirit of Place as “Three Roses of Grenoble” 378-388.)

“Zero.” Seven 6 (1939): 8-18. (Early version, without dedication to Miller/Nin or the ‘letters from Nietzsche.’)
Zero and Asylum in the Snow. Rhodes: Privately Printed, 1946.
Zero and Asylum in the Snow: Two Excursions Into Reality. Berkeley, CA: Circle Editions, 1947.

1a) Works by Lawrence Durrell and others

Durrell, Lawrence and John Gibbs, “‘No bugs or fleas’: a road trip through Tito’s Yugoslavia”, Times Literary Supplement 7 August 2009.

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

Durrell, Lawrence and Henry Miller. “An Exchange of Letters.” The Paris Review 29 (Winter 1963-Spring 1964): 133-59. (Edited by George Wickes.)
Durrell, Lawrence, Henry Miller, and Anais Nin. “Editorial.” The Booster 2, no. 7 (1937): 5. (Reprinted in 1968)
Durrell, Lawrence and Wallace Southam. In Arcadia. Contemporary Poetry Set to Music, 4. London: Turret Books, 1968. (Setting by Southam of Durrell’s poem “In Arcadia” for soprano and piano.)
________. Nemea : Song With Pianoforte Accompaniment. London: Augener & Co., Ltd, 1950. (Setting by Southam of Durrell’s poem “Nemea” for soprano and piano.)
________. Nothing Is Lost, Sweet Self. Contemporary Poetry Set to Music, 1. London: Turret Books, 1967. (Setting by Southam of Durrell’s poem “Echo” for soprano and piano.)

2. Works by Gerald Durrell

Ark on the Move New York: Coward -McCann 1982

The Ark’s Anniversary L0ndon: Collins 1990

The Aye-Aye and I London: Collins 1992

The Bafut Beagles London: Rupert Hart-Davis 1954

Beasts in My Belfry London: Collins 1973

Birds, Beasts, and Relatives. New York: Viking, 1969.
“Brother Larry.” Labrys 5 (1979): 75-76.

Catch me a Colobus London: Collins 1972
“Death.” The Booster 3, no. 9 (1937): 11. (Reprinted in 1968)

The Donkey Rustlers London: Collins 1968

The Drunken Forest London: Rupert Hart-Davis 1956

Durrell in Russia London: Macdonald 1986

Encounters With Animals London: Rupert Hart-Davis 1958

The Fantastic Flying Journey London: Conran 1987

The Fantastic Dinosaur Adventure London: Conran 1989
Fauna and Family. New York: Simon & Schuster, 1979. (Published in Britain as Garden of the Gods.)

Fillets of Plaice London: Collins 1971

“Foreword” to Jeremy Mallinson Earning Your Living With Animals Newton Abbot: David & Charles 1975

“Foreword” to Jeremy Mallinson The Facts About a Zoo Newton Abbot: David & Charles1980

“Foreword” to Jeremy Mallinson, Okavango Adventure Newton Abbot: David & Charles 1973

“Foreword” to Oliver Goldsmith’s History of the Natural World 1990

“Foreword” to Jeremy Mallinson, Travels in Search of Endangered Species Newton Abbot: David & Charles 1989
Garden of the Gods. London: Collins, 1978.

Golden Bats and Pink Pigeons London: Collins 1977

Island Zoo London: Collins 1961

Keeper London: O’Mara 1990

“The King Versus Corfu” in The Twelfth Man London: Cassell 1971

Look at Zoos London: Hamish Hamilton 1961

Marrying Off Mother London: Collins 1991

Menagerie Manor London: Rupert Hart-Davis 1964

The Mockery Bird London: Collins 1981
“My Brother Larry.” Twentieth Century Literature 33, no. 3 (1987): 262-65.

My Family and Other Animals. New York: Viking, 1957.

My Favourite Animal Stories London: Letterworth Press 1962

The Overloaded Ark London: Faber and Faber 1953

The PIcnic and Suchlike Pandemonium London: Collins 1979
“Remembering Alan Thomas.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 2 (1993): 7-35. (Includes an excerpt from diary.)

Rosie is my Relative London: Collins 1968

The Stationary Ark  London: Collins 1976

The Talking Parcel London: Collins 1974

Three Singles to Adventure London: Rupert Hart-Davis 1954

Toby the Tortoise London: O’Mara 1991

Two in the Bush London: Collins 1966

The Whispering Land London: Rupert Hart-Davis 1961

A Zoo in My Luggage London: Rupert Hart-Davis 1960

“Zoologist on Loch Ness”, Daily Telegraph 13 October 1961 – review of Maurice Burton, The Elusive Monster

with Lee Durrell   The Amateur Naturalist London: Hamish Hamilton 1982

————— How to Shoot an Amateur Naturalist London: Collins 1984

———————“Reintroduction as a Political and Educational Tool for Conservation”Proceedings of XIII of Primat. Soc. Brasilia: 1979

——————-“The Volcano Rabbit: Romerolagus diazi  International Zoo Yearbook 10 (1970)

Lee Durrell with Jeremy Mallinson, “The Impact of an Institutional Review: A Change of Emphasis Towards Field Conservation Programmes”  International Zoo Yearbook 36 (1998)

3. Works by other members of the Durrell family

Durrell Hope, Penelope. “Corfu 2000.” Lawrence Durrell and the Greek World, Ed. Anna Lillios, 33-35.London: Associated University Presses, 2004.
Durrell-Hope, Penelope. “Return to Corfu, 2000.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal ns 8 (2001): 26-29.

Durrell, Margaret. “A Merry Memory of Gerry.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 4 (1995): 6-12.
Durrell, Sappho. “Journals and Letters.” Granta 37 (1991): 55-92. (An edited selection of Sappho Durrell’s journals and letters, as held by Barbara Robson.)

4. Critical works on Lawrence Durrell

Items are listed alphabetically by author.

Anonymous:

“Abel Is the Novel, Merlin Is the Firm.” Time 91, no. 5 April (1968): 108.
“Adrift in a Wine-Dark Sea.” Time 76, no. 31 October (1960): 841 86.
“Antrobus Again.” Times Literary Supplement, no. 14 November (1958): 651.
(Review of Stiff Upper Lip.)
“Antrobus Complete.” Publisher’s Weekly 228, no. 15 (1985): 58.
“Authors and Editors.” Publisher’s Weekly 93, no. 17 (1968): 17-19.
“Back in Print.” Review of Contemporary Fiction 16, no. 1 (1996): 186.
“Bedrooms and Back Alleys.” Time 73, no. 30 March (1959): 91.
(Review of Mountolive.)
“Briefly Noted: Fiction.” New Yorker 34, no. 19 April (1958): 149.
(Review of White Eagles Over Serbia.)
“Briefly Noted: Fiction.” New Yorker 34, no. 8 March (1958): 146.
(Review of  Bitter Lemons.)
“Briefly Noted: Fiction.” New Yorker 34, no. 18 October (1958): 205.
(Review of  Balthazar.)
“Briefly Noted: Fiction.” New Yorker 34 (January 1959): 125.
(Review of  Esprit de Corps.)
“Briefly Noted: Fiction.” New Yorker 36, no. 15 October (1960): 205.
(Review of The Black Book.)
“Briefly Noted: General.” New Yorker 36, no. 15 October (1960): 246-47.
(Review of Prospero’s Cell and Reflections on a Marine Venus.)
“Briefly Noted: Verse.” New Yorker 37, no. 11 March (1961): 172.
“Cabal and Kaleidoscope.” Time 72, no. 25 August (1958): 80.
“Carnal Jigsaw.” Time, no. 4 April (1960): 94, 96.
“Days at Palaeocastritsa.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly 6, no. 4 (1983): 7-12.
“Desire for Desire.” Time 95, no. 18 May (1970): 88.
(Review of  Nunquam.)
“Devil’s Disciples.” Times Literary Supplement 3789 (October 1974): 1155.
(Review of Monsieur.)
“Ease, Balance, Strain.” New Statesman 59, no. 21 May (1960): 764.
“Eros in Alexandria.” Time 70, no. 26 August (1957): 84.
(Review of Justine.)
“Feeling Big.” Times Literary Supplement, no. 8 June (1973): 646.
(Review of Vega and Other Poems.)
“Fiction: Pied Piper of Lovers.” Times Literary Supplement (1935): 725.
(Review of Pied Piper of Lovers.)
“For Special Attention.” The English Journal 49, no. 6 (1960): 440.
(Review of Clea.)
“Goethe Go Home.” Time 83, no. 3 January (1964): 56.
(Review of the An Irish Faustus production in Hamburg.)
“Grecian Isle.” Times Literary Supplement, no. 24 April (1937): 307.
(Review of Panic Spring.)
“Hardly Protocol.” Times Literary Supplement, no. 6 December (1957): 745.
(Review of Esprit de Corps.)
“Hello to All That.” Time 76, no. 19 September (1960): 106, 109.
“An Irish Retreat.” Times Literary Supplement, no. 12 December (1963): 1032.
(Review of An Irish Faustus.)
“Lady into Pope.” Times Literary Supplement, no. 3 February (1961): 76.
“Larry & Henry.” Time 81, no. March (1963): 80.
“Lawrence Durrell.” Contemporary Literary Criticism 1 (1973): 83-87.
“Lawrence Durrell.” Contemporary Literary Criticism 4 (1975): 144-48.
“Lawrence Durrell.” Contemporary Literary Criticism 6 (1976): 151-54.
“Lawrence Durrell.” Contemporary Literary Criticism 8 (1978): 190-194.
“Lawrence Durrell.” Contemporary Literary Criticism 13 (1980): 184-89.
“Lawrence Durrell.” Contemporary Literary Criticism 27 (1984): 94-102.
“Lawrence Durrell.” Contemporary Literary Criticism 41 (1987): 132-40.
(All the notices in Contemporary Literary Criticism collect extracts from criticism on Durrell’s works.)
“Lawrence Durrell : An Exclusive Interview.” Réalités 125, no. April (1961): 63-64, 74.
(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.
(Reprinted from Two Cities 1 (1959).)
“The Long Arm of the Firm.” Times Literary Supplement, no. 26 March (1970): 328.
(Review of Tunc and Nunquam.)
“Marine Justine.” Time, no. 8 September (1961): 74, 76.
(Review of the Edinburgh production of Sappho.)
“Maze With a Moral.” Time 79, no. 23 February (1962): 108.
“Mediterranean Warmth.” Times Literary Supplement, no. 12 October (1956): 599.
“Mirrored in Alexandria.” Times Literary Supplement, no. 8 February (1957): 77.
(Review of Justine.)
“NB.” Times Literary Supplement 4974 (July 1998): 14.
(Discusses Margaret McCall and Durrell’s “A Farewell.” See Times Literary Supplement “NB,” June 20, 1997.)
“New Names, Old Hats.” Times Literary Supplement (November 1963): 995.
(Review of Durrell’s edited book New Poems 1963. A P.E.N. Anthology of Contemporary Poetry.) See Sitwell’s “New Poems 1963.”
“No Custard in the Prunes.” Christian Science Monitor, no. 9 February (1967): 11.
“The Old Firm.” Times Literary Supplement, no. 25 April (1968): 413.
(Review of Tunc.)
“On the Scene.” Yale Review 47, no. June (1958): 600-603.
“On the Volcano.” Time 76, no. 18 July (1960): 78, 81.
“Poetry: Ten Poems.” Times Literary Supplement (February 1933): 95.
(Review of Ten Poems.)
“Poetry: Transition: Poems.” Times Literary Supplement, no. 6 December (1934): 878-79.
(Review of Transition: Poems.)
“Poor Heart.” Times Literary Supplement, no. 15 December (1966): 1172.
“Purple Guide.” Times Literary Supplement, no. 22 May (1969): 561.
(Review of Spirit of Place.)
“Recent Books.” Foreign Affairs April (1958): 527.
“Review: A Key to Modern British Poetry.” The English Journal 41, no. 9 (1952): 513.
“Review: New Directions in Prose and Poetry 1939.” The New English Weekly 41, no. 23 (March 1940): 342.
(Refers to Durrell as a familiar author to The New English Weekly and gives strong praise for the excerpt from Durrell’s Black Book, which the author notes is otherwise unavailable in English due to Customs restrictions.)
“Serenity of Mood.” Times Literary Supplement, no. 24 June (1960): 404.
(Review of Collected Poems.)
“Shorter Notices.” Nation 146 (January 1938): 753.
(Review of Panic Spring.)
“Shorter Reviews.” New Statesman and Nation 43, no. 28 June (1952): 782.
(Review of Key to Modern Poetry.)
“Slivovitz.” Time 73, no. 9 February (1959): 94.
(Review of Esprit de Corps.)
“Strange People in Foreign Lands.” Times Literary Supplement , no. 31 May (1957): xviii.
(Review of White Eagles over Serbia.)
“Summer Reading.” Time 114 (July 1979): 77, 79.
(Review of Livia.)
“Sunset in Cyprus.” Time 71, no. 24 March (1958): 114, 116.
“A Tale Retold.” Times Literary Supplement, no. 18 April (1958): 205.
“Time Released.” Times Literary Supplement, no. 5 February (1960): 80.
“The Tragedy of Cyprus.” Times Literary Supplement, no. 23 August (1957): 502.
“Tropic of Alexandria.” Newsweek 61 (February 1963): 94-95.
(Review of Lawrence Durrell and Henry Miller: A Private Correspondence.)
“Tropical Fruit.” Times Literary Supplement, no. 3 February (1961): 76.
(Review of The Best of Henry Miller, which Durrell edited.)
Under the Sign of Pisces: Anais Nin and Her Circle. Vol. 6, no. 11975.
“Voyage of Ideas.” Times Literary Supplement, no. 23 May (1952): 339.
(Review of A Key to Modern Poetry.)
“Xenophile.” New Statesman 67, no. 3 January (1964): 14.

Note: to avoid repetition of citations, only the first citation of a collection of essays is included (for example, Earl Ingersoll’s Lawrence Durrell: Conversations or A W Friedman, Critical Essays on Lawrence Durrell).

Abdel-Al, Nabil. “Spirit of Place in Lawrence Durrell’s Alexandria Quartet and E. M. Forster’s Alexandria: a History and Guide.” Durrell in Alexandria: On Miracle Ground IX Conference Proceedings, Ed. Shelly Ekhtiar, 10-18. Alexandria, Egypt: University of Alexandria, 2006.
________. “Spirit of the Place in Lawrence Durrell’s Justine Vs. E. M. Forster’s Alexandria: A History and a Guide.” Gombak Review: A Biannual Publication of Creative Writing and Critical Comment 4, no. 1 (1999): 32-45.
________. “Servant/Master Relationship in Lawrence Durrell’s An Irish Faustus With Reference to Christopher Marlowe’s The Tragical History of Dr. Faustus.” Gombak Review: A Biannual Publication of Creative Writing and Critical Comment 5, no. 1 (2001): 51-63 (Derives from Nabil Abdel-Al’s paper, “Servant/Master Relationships in Marlowe’s Dr. Faustus and Durrell’s Irish Faustus” for On Miracle Ground XII, Ottawa, June 23, 2002.)

Abdel-Massih, Christine. “Durrell’s Alexandria and M. Said’s The City: Literary and Visual Text.” Durrell in Alexandria: On Miracle Ground IX Conference Proceedings, Ed. Shelly Ekhtiar, 82-90.

Abu el Fadl, Amal Sherif. “The Spirit of Place: A Comparative Study of the Significance of Place in Lawrence Durrell’s Justine and Naguib Mahfouz’s Miramaar.”  American University in Cairo, 1990. (Thesis #895/90)

Adam, Peter. “Alexandria and After—Lawrence Durrell in Egypt.” The Listener 100, no. 2556 (April 1978): 497-500. (An interview, an article, and an advertisement for “The Spirit of Place: Lawrence Durrell’s Egypt” on BBC2’s “The Lively Arts.”)
________. “Alexandria Revisited.” Twentieth Century Literature: 33, no. 3 (1987): 395-410.
________. “Creating a Delicious Amnesia.” Lawrence Durrell: Conversations, Ed. Earl G. Ingersoll, 173-81. Cranbury, NJ: Associated University Presses, 1998 (Transcription of Adam’s “Spirit of Place: Lawrence Durrell’s Egypt,” broadcast by the BBC in 1978.)
________. “Everything Comes Right.” Lawrence Durrell: Conversations, Ed. Earl G. Ingersoll, 163-72.
(Transcription of Adam’s “Spirit of Place: Lawrence Durrell’s Greece,” broadcast by the BBC in 1976.)
Adams, Phoebe. “Lawrence Durrell in 1936.” Atlantic 206, no. October (1960): 120-121.

________. “Reader’s Choice.” Atlantic 200 (September 1957): 86.(Review of Justine.)
Adams, Robert Martin. After Joyce: Studies in Fiction After Ulysses. New York: Oxford University Press, 1977.

Alastrue, Ramon Plo, “Foregrounding Process: Postmodernist Traits in The Avignon Quintet” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal ns 9 34-51, 2003

Alberes, R. M. “Lawrence Durrell Ou Le Roman Pentagonal.” La Revue De Paris 72, no. June (1965): 102-12.

Alcott, Kenneth. “Lawrence Durrell.” The Penguin Book of Contemporary Verse Kenneth Alcott, 220-224. Harmondsworth: Penguin Books, 1950.

Aldington, Catherine. “Letter to Larry.” Twentieth Century Literature: 33, no. 3 (1987): 343-44.

Aldington, Richard. “A Note on Lawrence Durrell.” Two Cities 1 (1959): 13-20.
________. “A Note on Lawrence Durrell.” The World of Lawrence Durrell, Ed Harry T. Moore, 3-12. Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 1962.
(Reprinted from Two Cities 1959.)
________. Selected Critical Writings, 1928-1960. Ed & Pref. Alister Kershaw and Harry T. Moore. Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 1970. (Contains essays on Durrell, among others.)

Alexander, Alfred. “Circular Tour.” Times Literary Supplement, no. 15 July (1977): 870.
(Review of Sicilian Carousel.)

Alexander, Marguerite. “ Desire.” Flights From Realism: Themes and Strategies in Postmodernist British and American Fiction Marguerite Alexander, 64-82. London: Edward Arnold-Hodder & Stoughton, 1990. (Alexandria Quartet is discussed in contrast to Nabokov’s Lolita and Lehmann’s Echoing Grove.)

Alexandre-Garner, Corinne. “Alexandria: Passage or Origin?”Durrell in Alexandria: On Miracle Ground IX Conference Proceedings, Ed. Shelly Ekhtiar, 20-30.
________. “Black Snow in Winter: Anais in Paris-The Lawrence Durrell Connection.” Anais Nin: Literary Perspectives, Ed Suzanne Nalbantian, 236-53. New York: St. Martin’s, 1997. (Discusses  Black Book, “Zero” and “Asylum in the Snow,” among other texts.)
________. “Cities of Memory, Writing of Oblivion – A Journey Through the Works of Durrell, Lawrence.” Etudes Anglaises 46, no. 3 (1993): 301-12.
________. “COMING TO MEDUSA: From Desire to Fear, and From Love to Disgust. Glosses on Durrell’s Discourse on Modern Love.” Lawrence Durrell and the Greek World, Ed. Anna Lillios, 191-202.London: Associated University Presses, 2004.
________. “Durrell: La Clôture Impossible?” Etudes Britanniques Contemporaines 10 (1996): 83-98.

————“Endgame: From the Closure of Texts to the Ending of a Lifetime’s Oeuvre”, Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal ns 14, 134-156 (2016)

———– “De la représentation des Gitans dans la fiction de Lawrence Durrell”, eTUDES tSIGANES 4 52/53, 136-151 (2014)
________. “En Guise D’Introduction.” Lawrence Durrell Revisited : Lawrence Durrell Revisité, Ed. Corinne Alexandre-Garner, 5-9. Nanterre, France: Université Paris X, 2002.
________. “En Guise De Conclusion… De La Naissance De L’Écriture â La Bibliotheque Disparue.” Lawrence Durrell: Actes Du Colloque Pour L’Inauguration De La Biblioth!que Durrell, Ed. Corinne Alexandre-Garner, 277-86. Nanterre, France: Université Paris-X, 1998.
________. “The Enigma of the Quartet.” Alexandria 1860-1960: The Brief Life of a Cosmopolitan Community, Eds. Robert Ibert and Ilios Yannakakis, 162-66. Alexandria, Egypt: Harpocractes Publishing, 2004.
________. “Exiled From Exile.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal ns 8 (2001): 44-57.(Translated from the French by Jane Eblen Keller.)
________. “From Pregnant Men to Lovers-Philosophers: Durrell’s Representation of Creation and Procreation in the Quartet and the Quintet.” In-Between: Essays and Studies in Literary Criticism 11, no. 2 (2002): 197-210.

——— Hommage à Jacques Lacarrière. Durrell et Lacarrière : rencontre au bord du Styx Paris: Presses Universitaires de Paris Ouest, 2008 (Cet ouvrage témoigne de l’amitié que partagèrent Lawrence Durrell et Jacques Lacarrière dès leur première rencontre. Rencontre au bord du Styx est la première publication de la nouvelle collection durrellienne. Cet ouvrage accueille des témoignages sur l’œuvre de Jacques Lacarrière, des analyses des mythes récurrents qui tissent la trame de ses textes et des réactions de poètes, d’écrivains et d’universitaires de tous les horizons. On ne s’étonnera pas que des chercheurs grecs aient tenu à proposer leur propre hommage à ce voyageur infatigable qui fit aimer le pays d’Homère à plus d’une génération de Français à travers son livre sur le Mont Athos. Les poètes, qui se sont joints à ce travail pour saluer une dernière fois leur frère de plume, affirment ainsi à nouveau que la poésie n’a que faire des frontières qui tentent de diviser les hommes.)

________. “Introduction.” Lawrence Durrell: Actes Du Colloque Pour L’Inauguration De La Bibliotheque Durrell, Ed. Corinne Alexandre-Garner, 7-14.
________. “Introduction: Writing the Borderline.” Lawrence Durrell Borderlands and Borderlines, Ed. Corinne Alexandre-Garner, 11-19. Paris: Presses Universitaires de Paris 10, 2005.
________. “Je Est/Hait L’Autre : La Femme Juive Comme Double Et Autre Dans The Avignon Quintet.” Parcours Judaiques, no. March (1998): 179-93.
________. Lawrence Durrell: Actes Du Colloque Pour L’Inauguration De La Biblioth!que Durrell. Confluences, 15. Nanterre, France: Université Paris-X, 1998.

———–Lawrence Durrell at the Crossroads of Arts and Sciences Paris: Presses Universitaires de Paris Ouest, 2010. (This volume gathers some of the papers delivered at the international conference which was held in Nanterre from 1st-5th July in collaboration with the International Lawrence Durrell Society. Its aim is to explore the influence of scientific theories on Lawrence Durrell’s literary work in terms of blending and synergy, as well as to study Durrell’s political role and to explore how music and poetry pervade his writing. Written in English and addressing a specialist audience, this book is part of the Collection durrellienne and presents texts whose authors pertain to diverse geographical and cultural horizons (the USA, Canada, Turkey, Greece, Egypt, England and France), thus reflecting Lawrence Durrell’s intellectual path and giving this work an international scope. Cet ouvrage est le fruit d’un colloque international qui s’est tenu à Nanterre du 1er au 5 juillet 2008, avec le soutien de la Société Internationale Lawrence Durrell, dont il rassemble certaines des communications. Il s’agit d’analyser l’impact de la théorie scientifique sur l’œuvre littéraire de Lawrence Durrell, qui se mesure en termes de fusion et de synergie, ainsi que d’étudier le rôle politique de Durrell et d’explorer les rapports qu’entretient son œuvre avec la musique et la poésie. Rédigé en anglais et destiné à un public de spécialistes, cet ouvrage s’insère dans la collection durrellienne et rassemble des auteurs venant d’horizons et de sensibilités culturelles variés (États-Unis, Canada, Turquie, Grèce, Égypte, Angleterre et France) reflétant l’itinéraire de pensée de Durrell, et conférant à ce travail une dimension internationale.)
________. Lawrence Durrell Borderlands and Borderlines. Confluences, 26. Paris: Presses Universitaires de Paris 10, 2005.
________. “Lawrence Durrell Revisited: L’Odyssee D’Une Ecriture.” Lawrence Durrell Revisited : Lawrence Durrell Revisité, Ed. Corinne Alexandre-Garner, 225-48. Nanterre, France: Université Paris X, 2002.
________. Lawrence Durrell Revisited : Lawrence Durrell Revisité. Confluences, 21.
________. “’La Main En Gage’; Or, The Occurence of Writing.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly 7, no. 3 (1984): 3-24.
________. “Preface.” Lawrence Durrell Borderlands and Borderlines , Ed. Corinne Alexandre-Garner, 5-8.
________. Le Quatuor D’Alexandrie, Fragmentation Et Écriture : Étude Sur Lámour, La Femme Et L’Écriture Dans Le Roman De Lawrence Durrell. Anglo-Saxon Language and Literature, 136. New York: Peter Lang, 1985.
________. “Regard D’Exil—Naître De L’Inde: Lawrence Durrell.” Les Cahiers De Sahib 4 (1996): 11-25.
________. “La Représentation De La Deuxieme Guerre Et Du Nazisme Dans Le Quintette D’Avignon.” Parcours Judaiques 3 (1996): 99-111.

———–“The Road to Avignon or the Quest for Writing”, Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal ns 10, 137-146 (2006-07).#________. “The Triangle of Love, Incest, and Writing.” On Miracle Ground: Essays on the Fiction of Lawrence Durrell, Ed Michael H. Begnal, 52-62. Lewisburg: Bucknell University Press, 1990.

________. “Villes De La Mémoire, Écriture De L’Oubli: Voyage a Travers L’Oeuvre De Lawrence Durrell.” Études Anglaises 46, no. 3 (1993): 301-12.
________. “Waking Up in Scott Fitzgerald’s Bed.” Lawrence Durrell: Conversations, Ed. Earl G. Ingersoll, 215-26. Cranbury, NJ: Associated University Presses, 1998.

Alexandre-Garner, Corinne and Isabelle Keller-Privat, “”Manufacturing Dreams” or Lawrence Durrell’s Fiction Revisited Through the Prism of de Chirico’s Metaphysical Painting”, Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 13, 85-109 (2012-13)

———————– “When Elsewhere Is Home: Mapping Literature as Home in Lawrence Durrell’s ‘Cities, Plains and People‘”Etudes Britanniques Contemporaines: Revue de la Société d’Etudes Anglaises Contemporaines 37, 69-86, December 2009

——————— “Writing (on) Walls or the Palimpsest of Time in The Alexandria Quartet“, in Kaczvinsky, Donald P (ed.) Durrell and the City: Collected Essays on Place Madison NJ: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press 2012

Alford, Steven E. “Lawrence Durrell.” Dictionary of Literary Biography: British Travel Writers, 1940-1980, Eds. B. Brother and J. M. Gergits, 50-62. Detroit: Gale Group ,1999.

Ali, Zahra Ahmed Hussein. “Between Shaharazad and Marcel Proust: Narrative Techniques in The Alexandria Quartet.” Diss, Brown University, 1986. (UMI 8519799)
For an abstract of this thesis, see “Essays and Theses” page

Allan, R. “Entretien Avec Lawrence Durrell.” Reflets Mediterraneens June-Juillet (1965).

Allan, R. and Frederic-Jacques Temple. “Lawrence Durrell, L’Homme Et L’Ouevre.” Reflets Mediterraneens June-Juillet (1965).

Allart, Claude. “Le Quatuor D’Alexandrie De Lawrence Durrell: Systeme D’Ecriture Et Methode Comparatiste.” Diss., l’Universite Paris X, 1991.

Allen, Walter. “New Novels.” New Statesman 55, no. 12 April (1958): 480. (Review of  Balthazar.)
________. “War and Post War: British [6].” The Modern Novel in Britain and the United States Watler Allen, 278-92. New York: E.P. Dutton & Co, Inc., 1964. (Also available as Tradition and Dream: The English and American Novel from the Twenties to
Our Time. London: 1964.)

Allison, John M. “Embassy Antics.” Saturday Review 50, no. 25 March (1967): 33.

Aly, Hanaa Hasanein. “Durrell’s Faustus Retreats.” Durrell in Alexandria: On Miracle Ground IX Conference Proceedings, Ed. Shelly Ekhtiar, 240-248.

Alyn, Marc. The Big Supposer: An Interview With Marc Alyn. Trans. Francine Barker. New York: Grove Press Inc., 1974.(Translated from Le Grand Suppositoire : entretiens avec Marc Alyn. Paris: Pierre Belfond, 1972.)
________. Le Grand Suppositoire : Entretiens Avec Marc Alyn. Paris: Pierre Belfond, 1972.
________. “Listening for the Novel’s Fetal Heartbeat.” Lawrence Durrell: Conversations, Ed. Earl G. Ingersoll, 132-48.  (Reprint of a portion of Alyn’s The Big Supposer. Trans. Francine Barker. Paris: Pierre Belfond, 1972. London: Grove Press Inc., 1974.)
________. “Le Rire Fraternel Du Tao: L’Amitie Miller-Durrell.” Europe: Revue Litteraire Mensuelle 69, no. 750 (1991): 76-85.

Anderson, Barbara. “The Cinematic Qualities of Lawrence Durrell’s Alexandria Quartet.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Newsletter 2, no. 2 (1978): 3-16.

Anderson, Roger Kent. “A La Recherche Du Temps Perdu and The Alexandria Quartet: Searches for Reality.” Diss., University of Texas at Austin, 1975. (DAI 37:291A)

Andreini, Laurence. “Genèse Du Projet Sappho De Lawrence Durrell: Créé Par Le Théâtre Amazone Compagnie Laurence Andreini.” Lawrence Durrell: Actes Du Colloque Pour L’Inauguration De La Bibliothèque Durrell, Ed. Corinne Alexandre-Garner, 51-57.

Antolini-Dumas, Tatiana. “Archéologie Et Psychanalyse: L’Exploration Du Passé Dans Cefal” De Lawrence Durrell.” La Memoire En Ruines: Le Modele Archeologique Dans L’-Imaginaire Moderne Et Contemporain, Eds. Valerie Angelique Deshoulieres and Pascal Vacher, 129-38. Clermont-Ferrand, France: PU Blaise Pascal; Centre de Recherches sur les Litteratures Modernes et Contemporaines, Universite Blaise Pascal, 2000.

Apostolescu, Roxana. “The Alexandria Quartet and The Bed of Procrustes.” Romanian Review (Bucharest, Romania) 41, no. 3 (1987): 82-85.

Applebaum, Edward “The Fisher King and the Handless Maiden: Prelude to the Alexandria Quartet” in  Unfolding the Unconscious Psyche: Pathways to the Arts London: Routledge 2015

Arban, Dominique. “Lawrence Durrell.” Preuves 109 (1960): 86-94.

Ardagh, John. Writers’ France: A Regional Panorama. Photos Mayonette Magnus. New York: Hamish Hamilton, 1989. (Durrell is mentioned in the chapter on Provence, and two quotations from Monsieur are included)

Armstrong, James. “’Banned in America by the U.S. Customs Officials!’: The Publication of Peter Neagoe’s Storm (1932).” The Papers of the Bibliographic Society of America 93, no. 1 (1999): 38-51. (Durrell and Miller are discussed and used as evidence in the author’s analysis of the banning of Neagoe’s work, all being published by the Obelisk Press.)

Arthos, John. “Lawrence Durrell’s Gnosticism.” The Personalist 43, no. 3 (1962): 360-73.

Ashworth, Ann. “Alexandria and Her Goddesses: ‘… She Verges on the Goddess’.” Journal of Evolutionary Psychology 18, no. 1-2 (1997): 15-19.
________. “Anima and Individuation Issues in The Alexandria Quartet.” Journal of Evolutionary Psychology 15, no. 3-4 (1994): 244-48.
________. “Durrell’s Hermetic Puer and Senex in The Alexandria Quartet.” Critique 26, no. 2 (1985): 67-80.

Aue, Walter. Die Augen Sind Unterwegs : Spurensuche in Frankreichs Süden : Wege Zu Jean-Henri Fabre, René Char, Lawrence Durrell, André Gide, Frédéric Mistral, Francesco Petrarca, Samuel Beckett, Paul Cézanne, Blaise Cendrars, Franz Werfel, Saint-John Perse, Albert Camus, Claude Simon, Vincent Van Gogh, Ferdinand Cheval / Walter Aue. Frankfurt am Main: Anabas, 2000.

Awad, Mohamad F. “Recognizing the House: The Change in Time, Place, and People.” Durrell in Alexandria: On Miracle Ground IX Conference Proceedings, Ed. Shelly Ekhtiar, 32-35.
________. “The House Revisited, The City Remembered.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 7 (1999): 39-44.

B. “Review: The Icons.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly 5, no. 1 (1981): 7.
Notes: “B” may stand for Brigham?

Badsha, Abdulla K. “Durrell’s Heraldic Universe and the ‘Alexandria Quartet’: A Subaltern View.” Diss., University Of Wisconsin – Madison, 2001.( DAI: AAT 3012559. ISBN: 0-493-23273-7)

Bair, Deirdre. “Writing As a Woman: Henry Miller, Lawrence Durrell, and Anais Nin in the Villa Seurat.” Anais: An International Journal 12 (1994): 31-38.

Baker, James R. “An Interview With William Golding.” Twentieth Century Literature 28, no. 2 (1982): 130-170 (Durrell is discussed on pages 166-167.)

Baker, Sheridan. “Alive and Well; The Contemporary British Novel.” American Libraries 5, no. 9 (1974): 482-90. (Durrell is mentioned in the context of a number of other authors who should be on the shelves of American libraries. A photo is included and he is compared briefly to Iris Murdoch and William Golding.)

Bakewell, M. “La Poesie Anglaise Depuis 1945.” La Revue Des Lettres Modernes March (1954): 17-80.

Baldanza, Frank. “Lawrence Durrell’s ‘Word Continuum’.” Critique 4, no. 2 (1961): 3-17.

Baldridge, Letitia. “Pitfalls and Pratfalls.” Saturday Review 42, no. 31 January (1959): 21. (Review of Esprit de Corps.)

Baldwin, Peter. “’Conon’s Songs From Exile’: The Limited Edition Publications of Lawrence Durrell.” Private Library 4th ser. 3, no. 4 (1990): 149-76.
________. ‘Conon’s Songs From Exile’: The Limited Edition Publications of Lawrence Durrell. Brimingham, England: Delos Press, 1992.

———– “Consorting with Faust”, Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 13, 200-201 (2012-13)
________. “From Pudding Island: A Personal View.” Into the Labyrinth: Essays on the Art of Lawrence Durrell, Ed. Frank L. Kersnowski, 125-30. Ann Arbor: UMI Research Press, 1989.

———- ““Sweet undiscovered ends”: A Memoir of Collecting and Publishing Lawrence Durrell” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal  NS 14, 15-32 (2016)

Bann, Stephen. “Plots.” London Review of Books 4 November (1982): 22-23.

Bannon, Barbara A. “Lawrence Durrell.” The Author Speaks, 41-43. New York: Bowker, 1977. (Reprinted from Publisher’s Weekly 193.17 (April 22, 1968), 17-19. This volume has no editor or compiler listed; however, the end-materials contain a basic bibliography of publications by Durrell. See pp. 492-493.)

Barlow, Adrian. “Tiresias and the Sightless Stone Woman: Durrell, Eliot and Reflections on a Marine Venus.” Durrell in Alexandria: On Miracle Ground IX Conference Proceedings, Ed. Shelly Ekhtiar, 258-66.

Barlow, Tani E. “Not Really a Properly Intellectual Response: An Interview With Gayatri Spivak.” Positions 12, no. 1 (2004): 139-63. (Durrell is mentioned briefly with regard to descriptions of landscape. The allusion is to the duck shoot on Lake Mareotis in The Alexandria Quartet.)

Barnes, Julian. “Trick or Treat.” New Statesman 96, no. 22 September (1978): 378. (Review of Livia.)

Barnes, Wesley. “Lawrence Durrell.” The Philosophy and Literature of Existentialism Wesley Barnes, 146-49. Woodbury, NY: Barron’s Educational Series, 1968.

Barr, Donald. “Intrigue Is the Way of Life.” New York Times Book Review, no. 22 March (1959): 4. (Review of Mountolive.)

Barrasford-Young, Grahaeme and John Matthews. Lawrence Durrell: A Symposium. Bran’s Head Books, 1979.

Barrett, John Walter. “Lawrence Durrell’s The Black Book and The Alexandria Quartet: Some Existential and Jungian Correspondences.” , University of Northern Colorado, 1978. (DAI 39:4952-53A)

Barrett, William. “Long Journey Inward.” Atlantic 209, no. April (1962): 154-55.
________. “Mutual Admiration Society.” Atlantic Monthly 211, no. March (1963): 161. (Review of Lawrence Durrell and Henry Miller: A Private Correspondence.)

Barthoux, Chantal. “Une Bibliothèque Maudite ?”Lawrence Durrell: Actes Du Colloque Pour L’Inauguration De La Bibliothèque Durrell, Ed. Corinne Alexandre-Garner, 17-20.

Batgeman, Michael. “Untitled.” The Sunday Times 7667 (May 1970): n.pag. (Review of  “Ulysses Come Back”.)

Battaglia, Beatrice. “An Introduction to Myth and Dystopia in Lawrence Durrell’s Works.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal ns 9 (2003): 69-81.

Baumgart, Reinhard. “Rückblickend Von Vorn Gesehen: Lawrence Durrell.” Merkur 18, no. 7 (1964): 677-83.

Bayer, Mary Elizabeth, ” Clea of the Quartet: Lawrence Durrell’s Portrayal of a Modern Woman”, Thesis, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, 1963

Beard, Pauline. “”Something Harder”: The Discovery of Self Through Greece, Fable, and Fairy Tale.” Lawrence Durrell and the Greek World, Ed. Anna Lillios, 203-14.
________. “The “Whore Among Cities” and Her Sick, Solitary, Sexually Wounded Men.” Durrell in Alexandria: On Miracle Ground IX Conference Proceedings, Ed. Shelly Ekhtiar, 36-44.
________. “A Riddling Thing: A Study of Time in Five 20th Century Novels.” Diss., State University of New York at Binghampton, 1986.London: International Scholars
Publications, 1996. For an abstract of this thesis, see “Essays and Theses” page.
________. “The Usufruct of Time in Lawrence Durrell’s Alexandria Quartet.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 3 (1994): 75-97.
________. “The Usufruct of Time in The Alexandria Quartet.” A Riddling Thing: A Study of Time in Five Twentieth Century Novels Pauline Winsome Beard, 65-109. London: International Scholars Publications, 1996. (Differs significantly from the earlier publication in Deus Loci NS 3 (1994): 75-97.)
Beaton, Roderick. “The Gift of Seferis.” The Anglo-Hellenic Review, no. 27 (2003): 3-4. (Durrell is discussed with regard to Seferis and a photograph of the two on Cyprus is included on page 4.)

Becher, Hubert S. J. “Lawrence Durrell’s Tetralogie Und Die Literarische Kritik.” Stimmen Der Zeit 168 (1961): 360-369.

Becker, Balthazar, “Cosmopolitan Corporealities: Extraordinary Bodies and the Politics of Remembering Mid-Twentieth Century Egyptian Pluralism”, Diss. City University of New York, 2016. For an abstract of this thesis, see “Essays and Theses” page

Beckett, Wendy. “’Art Is Beginning to Fail Us’: A Last Visit With Lawrence Durrell.” Anais: An International Journal 13 (1995): 67-71. (Interview article.)

________. “A Visit With Lawrence Durrell.” Anais: An International Journal 5 (1987): 67-71.

Beebe, Maurice. “Criticism of Lawrence Durrell: A Selected Checklist.” Modern Fiction Studies 13, no. 3 (1967): 417-21.

Beer, J. B. The Achievement of E. M. Forster. London: Chatto & Windus, 1962.

Begnal, Michael H. “The Avignon Quintet: Durrell Meets Pursewarden Meets Lewis Carroll.” Studies in the Literary Imagination 24, no. 1 (1991): 119-25.
________. “Lawrence Durrell.” British Novelists, 1930-59, Ed. Bernard Oldsey, 87-97. Detroit: Gale, 1983.
________. “The Mystery of the Templars in The Avignon Quintet.” On Miracle Ground: Essays on the Fiction of Lawrence Durrell, Ed Michael H. Begnal, 155-65.
________. On Miracle Ground: Essays on the Fiction of Lawrence Durrell. Lewisburg: Bucknell University Press, 1990. (Includes an introduction and bibliography)
________. “Overture.” On Miracle Ground: Essays on the Fiction of Lawrence Durrell, Ed. Michael H. Begnal, 11-20.
________. “The Poetry of Lawrence Durrell.” Into the Labyrinth: Essays on the Art of Lawrence Durrell, Ed. Frank L. Kersnowski, 31-38.
Begnal, Michael H. ed. “ Lawrence Durrell and John Hawkes: Passages From a Dialogue at Pennsylvania State University.” Twentieth Century Literature: A Scholarly and Critical Journal 33, no. 3 (1987): 411-15. (This interview is reprinted in Earl Ingersoll’s Lawrence Durrell: Conversations.  234-238.

Begum, Khani. “Discourse of Desire and Subversion of the Female Subject in Durrell’s Poetic Drama Sappho.” Studies in the Literary Imagination 24, no. 1 (1991): 29-40.

Behr, Edward. “The Algerian Dilemma.” International Affairs 34, no. 3 (1958): 280-290. (Uses Durrell’s Bitter Lemons briefly to discuss terrorism.)

Beja, Morris. Epiphany in the Modern Novel. Seattle, WA: University of Washington Press, 1971. (Durrell is mentioned a number of times throughout the text, but in particular on pp. 216-220)

Bequette, Michael Kenneth. “The British Novel Sequence: Theory of Structure and the Works of Arnold Bennett, Joyce Cary, and Lawrence Durrell.” Diss., Wayne State University, 1974. (DAI 35:4500A)

Bergonzi, Bernard. The Situation of the Novel. London: Macmillan Press Ltd., 1979. (Durrell is mentioned three times.)

______. “Stale Incence.” New York Review of Books 11, no. 11 July (1968): 37-39.
Berkeley, Lennox. Autumn’s Legacy: Opus 58. London: Chester Music and Novello & Co, 1963. (Contains a song setting of Durrell’s “Lesbos” for piano and soprano. Commissioned by the Cheltenham Festival Committee in 1962 and performed there by Richard Lewis and Geoffrey Parsons.)
Bernard, Andre. Alexandrie La Grande. D’Herodote a Lawrence Durrell, Le Destin D’Une Ville Fabuleuse. Grenoble: Arthaud, 1966.

Bien, Peter. Constantine Cavafy. Columbia Essays on Modern Writers, 5. New York: Columbia University Press, 1964.
________. “Inventing Paradise: The Greek Jouney 1937-47.” World Literature Today 73, no. 4 (1999): 789-90.

Birch, N J, “The Role of Little Magazines in the Nineteen Thirties: An Enquiry into New Verse and Other Periodicals, 1930-1940”, MA Thesis, Manchester University, 1980.

Bird, Stephen B. “Natural Science and the Modern Novel.” English Record 16 (1966): 2-6.

Bleicher, Thomas. “Alexandria: Fokus Interkultureller Literatur.” Space and Boundaries of Literature/Espace Et Frontières De La Littérature: Proceedings of the XIIth Congress of the International Comparative Literature Association/Actes Du Xiie Congrès De L’Association Internationale De Littérature Comparée, Munich, 1988, Eds. Roger Bauer, Douwe Fokkema, and Michael de Graat, 88-96. Munich:
Ludicium, 1990.

Bliven, Naomi. “Alexandria in Tetrameter.” New Yorker 36, no. 26 (August 1960): 97-98, 101-3.

Bloshteyn, Maria R. “The Pornographers and the Prophet: Henry Miller, Anais Nin, and Lawrence Durrell.” Diss., York University, 1998. (DAI No.: DANQ27280.)


Blot, Jean. “Durrelland.” Into the Labyrinth: Essays on the Art of Lawrence Durrell, Ed. Frank L. Kersnowski, 131-33.

Blunden, Edmund Charles. “A Cairo Anthology.” Times Literary Supplement 2266 (July 1945): 320. (A review of Personal Landscape.)
________. “Horace Lends His Shield.” Times Literary Supplement 2266 (July 1945): 319. (A review of Personal Landscape.)

Boa, Stephen. “Reading Self-Resistance in the Works of Samuel Beckett.” Diss., University of Montreal, 1997.

Boccia, Michael. Form As Content and Rhetoric in the Modern Novel. American University Studies, Series IV, English Language and Literature, 77. New York: Peter Lang, 1989.
(Durrell is mentioned throughout the book, with reference to the other authors under consideration, and The Alexandria Quartet is discussed in an independent chapter: see following item.)
________. “The Novel As Palimpsest: The Alexandria Quartet by Lawrence Durrell.” Form As Content and Rhetoric in the Modern Novel Michael Boccia , 149-69. New York: Peter Lang, 1989.
________. “Form, Content and Rhetoric in the Modern Novel: or What the Hell Is Going on Here Anyway?” Diss., University of Nebraska – Lincoln, 1980.
Bochner, Jay. “City Life and the Literary Function of the Psychoanalyst.” Literature and Psychology 33, no. 2 (1987): 41-69.

Bode, Carl. “Durrell’s Way to Alexandria.” College English 22, no. 8 (1961): 531-38.
________. “Durrell’s Way to Alexandria.” Critical Essays on Lawrence Durrell, Ed. Alan Warren Friedman, 135-44. (Reprinted from College English 22.8 (1961), 531-538.)
________. “A Guide To Alexandria.” The World of Lawrence Durrell, Ed Harry T. Moore, 205-21.  (From College English 1961)

Bolton, Jonathan. “Durrell Rampant/Durrell Passant: The Landscape of the Heraldic Universe.” Personal Landscapes: British Poets in Egypt During the Second World War Jonathan Bolton, 85-105. New York:St. Martin’s Press, 1997.
________. “Personal Landscape and the Poetry of the 1940s.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 4 (1995): 62-72.
________. “Personal Landscape: British Poets in Egypt During the Second World War.” Diss., University of Maryland College Park, 1996. (DAI: AAT 9637619. ISBN: 0-591-03398-4)
________. Personal Landscapes: British Poets in Egypt During the Second World War. New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1997. (Also see Bolton’s dissertation (1997) of the same title.)
________. “Prologue: Under Western Eyes: Orientalism, Hybridity, and the Case of the Personal Landscape Poets.” Personal Landscapes: British Poets in Egypt During the Second World War Jonathan Bolton, xixix. New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1997.
Bolton, Matthew. “”Spellbound by the Image”: A Reflective Response to Lawrence Durrell’s Alexandria Quartet.” Agora: An Online Graduate Journal 3, no. 1 (2004): 1-9.

Boone, Joseph A. “Vacation Cruises; or, The Homoerotics of Orientalism.” Postcolonial Queer: Theoretical Intersections, Ed. John C. Hawley, 43-78. New York: State University of New York Press, 2001.
________. “Fifties Writing Gone Mad.” Libidinal Currents: Sexuality and the Shaping of Modernism Joseph A. Boone, 353-64. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1998.
________. “Lawrence Durrell, Alexandria Quartet: Homoerotic Negotiations in Colonial Narrative.” Libidinal Currents: Sexuality and the Shaping of Modernism Joseph A. Boone, 364-88. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1998.
________. “Mappings of Male Desire in Durrell’s Alexandria Quartet.” South Atlantic Quarterly 88, no. 1 (1989): 73-106.
________. “Mappings of Male Desire in Durrell’s Alexandria Quartet.” Displacing Homophobia: Gay Male Perspectives in Literature and Culture, Eds. Ronald R. Butters, John M. Clum, and Michael Moon, 73-106. Durham: Duke University Press, 1989. (The entire volume is a reprint of South Atlantic Quarterly 88.1 (1989), in which this work
originally appeared.)
________. “Mappings of Male Desire in Durrell’s Alexandria Quartet.” Out of Bounds: Male Writers and Gender Criticism, Eds. Laura Claridge and Elizabeth Langland, 316-44. Amherst: University of Massaschusetts Press, 1990. (Reprint of same title, South Atlantic Quarterly 88.1 (1989), 73-106.)
________. “Queering the Quartet: Western Myth of Egyptian Homoeroticism.” Durrell in Alexandria: On Miracle Ground IX Conference Proceedings, Ed. Shelly Ekhtiar, 46-51.
________. “Vacation Cruises; Or, the Homoerotics of Orientalism.” PMLA: Publications of the Modern Language Association of America 110, no. 1 (1995): 89-107.
Booth, Janice Ann. “An Exploration of the Construct Validity of the Durrell Visual Memory of Words: Intermediate.” Thes., National Library of Canada, 1978.

Booth, Wayne C. “A Gallery of Unreliable Narrators and Reflectors.” Rhetoric of Fiction Wayne C. Booth. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1961.

Borgmann, Elmar-Laurent. Das Schwierige Ganze: Postmoderne Züge in Lawrence Durrells The Alexandria Quartet. Arbeiten Zur Ästhetik, Didaktik, Literatur Und Sprachwissenschaft, Eds. Herbert Mainusch and Edgar Mertner, 19. New York: Peter Lang, 1994.

Bork, Alfred M. “Durrell and Relativity.” Centennial Review of the Arts and Sciences 7, no. 2 (1963): 191-203.

Bos, J. “On the Origin of the Id (Des Es).” International Review of Psycho-Analysis 19 (1992): 433-43.

Bosquet, Alain. “Lawrence Durrell Ou L’Azure Ironique.” Nouvelle Revue Francaise 14, no. 162 (1966): 1116-23.
________. “La Rentabilité Du Poete.” Labrys 5 (1979): 98.

Boston, Richard. “Some Notes on The Alexandria Quartet.” Delta 23 (1961): 33-38.
________. “Those Who Liked Alexandria Quartet Will Love It, Those Who Didn’t….” New York Times Book Review, no. 29 March (1970): 4, 20. (Review of Nunquam.)

Boswell, Jeanetta. Past Ruined Ilion: a Bibliography of English and American Literature Based on Greco-Roman Mythology. London: Scarecrow Press, 1982.

Bottea, Domnica. “Structura, Timp Si Spatiu În Tetralogia Lui L. Durrell. (Structure, Time and Space in Lawrence Durrell’s ‘Alexandria Quartet’).” Analele Universitatii Bucuresti (1970): 175-xx.

Bowen, John. “One Man’s Meat: The Idea of Individual Responsibility.” Times Literary Supplement, no. 7 August (1959): xii-xiii.
Bowen, Roger. “”The Artist at His Papers”: Durrell, Egypt, and the Poetry of Exile.” Twentieth Century Literature:  33, no. 4 (1987): 465-84.
________. “Closing the “Toybox”: Orientalism and Empire in the Alexandria Quartet.” Studies In The Literary Imagination 24, no. 1 (1991): 9-18.
________. “’First Promise of the South’: Bernard Spencer’s Mediterranean Awakening.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly 5, no. 3 (1982): 1-8.

———– “The Importance of Elsewhere: Egypt Again in The Avignon Quintet” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 10, 147-155 (2006-07)

________. “Inventing Paradise: The Greek Journey 1937-47.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly NS 7 (1999): 171-74. (Review of Edmund Keeley’s book of the same title.)
________. “Many Histories Deep”: The Personal Landscape Poets in Egypt, 1940-45. Madison: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 1995. (Durrell is discussed throughout but is most prominent in the chapter “’The Artist at His Papers’: Lawrence Durrell and the Poetry of Transformation” (140-161).)
________. “‘Monologue for a Cairo Evening’: A Cultural Landscape in Wartime.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly 7, no. 5 (1984): 69-77.
________. “Native and Exile: The Poetry of Bernard Spencer.” The Malahat Review 49 (1979): 5-27.
________. “Review: Alexandria: City of Memory.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal ns 9 (2003): 141-43.
________. “‘Squalid With Joy’: Scobie, Sex, and Race in Lawrence Durrell’s Alexandria Quartet.” Literature and Homosexuality, Ed. Michael J. Meyer, 55-69. Amsterdam, Netherlands: Rodopi, 2000.
________. “”Squalid With Joy”: Scobie, ‘Tendencies,’ and the Contact Zone.” Durrell in Alexandria: On Miracle Ground IX Conference Proceedings, Ed. Shelly Ekhtiar, 306-10.

Bowker, Gordon. Through the Dark Labyrinth: A Biography of Lawrence Durrell. New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1997.

Bowles, Paul. “A Dimension of Love.” Saturday Review 41, no. 23 August (1958): 16.

Bowman, Jim Narratives of Cyprus: Modern Travel Writing and Cultural Encounters since Lawrence Durrell London: Taurus, 2015Boyd, William. “Strung Quintet.” Critical Essays on Lawrence Durrell, Ed. Alan Warren Friedman, 54-57.

Bradbury, Malcolm. “Voluptia.” Critical Essays on Lawrence Durrell, Ed. Alan Warren Friedman, 214-16.  (Reprinted from The Faber Book of Parodies. London: Faber & Faber, 1984. 140-143.

Bradeau, Michel and Earl G. Ingersoll. “With That, I’ve Said It All.” Lawrence Durrell: Conversations, Ed. Earl G. Ingersoll, 187-91. (Translation of Braudeau’s interview with Durrell, published in Egotiste June 1984.)

Bradley, Jerry. The Movement: British Poets of the 1950’s. New York: Twayne Publishers, 1993. (Durrell is mentioned in the chapter “Elizabeth Jennings,” on page 92.)

Bragdon, Henry Wilkinson. “Durrell’s Sun-Dappled Isles.” Christian Science Monitor, no. 13 November (1978): 33. (Review of  The Greek Islands.)

Brann, Eva. “Tapestry With Images: Paul Scott’s Raj Novels.” Philosophy and Literature 23, no. 1 (1999): 181-96.

Brasch, James D. and Joseph Sigman. Hemingway’s Library: A Composite Record. New York: Garland, 1981. (Durrell’s books, Bitter Lemons, The Black Book, Esprit de Corps, Justine, and Stiff Upper Lip are items 1933-1937 (p. 110).)

Brassai. “Larry Arrives.” Henry Miller: The Paris Years Brassai, 199-205. New York: Arcade Publishing, 1995. (Translated by Timothy Bent.)

Bratcher, Joe Warlick III. “An Alexandrian Trio: Three Anti-Foundational Readings of Lawrence Durrell’s ‘Alexandria Quartet’.” Diss, University of Texas, Austin, 1993. For an abstract of this thesis, see “Essays and Theses” page.

________. “The Celestial Recorder: An Interview With Ian MacNiven.” The Dirty Goat 10 (1999). (This interview focuses on the writing of MacNiven’s Lawrence Durrell: A Biography. )

Braun, John. “Lawrence Durrell’s Arrival at Alexandria.” Return to Oasis: War Poems and Recollections From the Middle East, 1940-1946, Eds. Victor Selwyn and others, xxviii. London: Shepheard-Walwyn Ltd., 1980.

Brelet, Claudine. “Entretien Avec Lawrence Durrell/Interview With Lawrence Durrell.” Twentieth Century Literature:  33, no. 3 (1987): 368-81.
________. “A Little Oriented Toward the Romantics.” Lawrence Durrell: Conversations, Ed. Earl G. Ingersoll, 125-31.  (Reprint of Brelet’s “Entretien avec Lawrence Durrell/Interview with Lawrence Durrell.”)

Brewer, Jennifer. “Lawrence Durrell’s Alexandria Quartet and the Hermetic Tradition.” Diss., Tufts University, 1973. (DAI 34:5092-93A)
________. “Character and Psychological Place: The Justine/Sophia Relation.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly 5, no. SI 1 (1981): 236-39.
Briganti, Chiara. “Lawrence Durrell and the Vanishing Author.” On Miracle Ground: Essays on the Fiction of Lawrence Durrell, Ed Michael H. Begnal, 41-51.

Brigham, James. “In Pursuit of Mr. Durrell.” Antiquarian Book Monthly Review 26, no. 9 (1999): 30-32.(Reprint of Brigham’s article of the same title in the same journal, No. 16, 2.6 (1975): 14-17.)
________. “An Intruder From The East.” Lawrence Durrell: Actes Du Colloque Pour L’Inauguration De La Bibliothèque Durrell, Ed. Corinne Alexandre-Garner, 91-99.
________. “Addenda to the Bibliography of Lawrence Durrell.” Notes and Queries 23, no. 7 (1976): 308-10.
________. “At Work in the Durrell Factory: Editing the Collected Poems.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly 5, no. SI 1 (1981): 260-268.
________. “The Attentive Heart.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly 5, no. 1 (1981): 8-14.
________. “Bibliography.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Newsletter 1, no. 4 (1978): 24.
________. “The Critic and the Nymph: Thematic Development in the Novels of Lawrence Durrell, 1935-1960.” Diss., University of Alberta, 1973.
________. “In Pursuit of Mr. Durrell.” Antiquarian Book Monthly Review 2, no. 6 (1975): 14-17. (Description of editions of Durrell’s works, as well as availability and market history.)
________. “Initiatory Experience in The Dark Labyrinth.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly 7, no. 5 (1984): 19-29.
________. “Initiatory Experience in The Dark Labyrinth.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly 7, no. 5 (1986): 19-29.
________. “King of Islands.” Labrys 5 (1979): 163-66.
________. “Note 384: Lawrence Durrell and the International Post.” The Book Collector 24, no. 2 (1975).
________. “The Other Side of the Coin: Durrell’s Antrobus Stories.” Lawrence Durrell: Comprehending the Whole, Eds Julius Rowan Raper, Melody L. Enscore, and Paige Matthey Bynum, 101-3. Columbia: University of Missouri Press, 1995.
________. “Prospero’s Cell: Lawrence Durrell and the Quest for Artistic Consciousness.” Thes., University of British Columbia, 1965.
________. “An Unacknowledged Trilogy.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Newsletter 2, no. 3 (1979): 3-12. (Reprinted in Friedman, Alan Warren, Ed. Critical Essays on Lawrence Durrell.)
________. “The Uncommon Ground.” Into the Labyrinth: Essays on the Art of Lawrence Durrell, Ed. Frank L. Kersnowski, 23-29. Ann Arbor: UMI Research Press, 1989.
Brigham, James A. and J. A. Douglas Brigham. “City Full of Dreams: Durrell’s Alexandria and the Ghost of Baudelaire.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 6 (1998): 93-103.
________. “”City Full of Dreams”: Durrell’s Alexandria and the Ghost of Baudelaire.” Durrell in Alexandria: On Miracle Ground IX Conference Proceedings, Ed. Shelly Ekhtiar, 130-136. Alexandria, Egypt: University of Alexandria, 2006.
Brigham, James A. and Joan Rodman Goulianos. “Femmes Philosophes: The Figure of the Goddess in Durrell’s Novels.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly 5, no. SI 1 (1981): 7-22.
Brigham, James A. and Ian S. MacNiven. “From the Editors.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Newsletter 1, no. 1 (1977): 1-2.
________. “From the Editors.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Newsletter 1, no. 2-3 (1978): 1-2.
________. “From the Editors.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Newsletter 2, no. 2 (1978): 1-2.
________. “From the Editors.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Newsletter 2, no. 1 (1978): 1.
________. “From the Editors.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Newsletter 1, no. 4 (1978): 1.
________. “From the Editors.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Newsletter 3, no. 1 (1979): 1.
________. “From the Editors.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Newsletter 3, no. 2 (1979): 1.
________. “From the Editors.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Newsletter 2, no. 4 (1979): 1.
________. “From the Editors.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Newsletter 2, no. 3 (1979): 1-2.
________. “From the Editors.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Newsletter 3, no. 4 (1980): 1-2.
________. “From the Editors.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Newsletter 3, no. 3 (1980): 1.
________. “Vladimir Volkoff Discusses Life, Literature, and Lawrence Durrell.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly 7, no. 4 (1984): 5-15.

Brînzeu, Pia. “Only the City Is Real: Lawrence Durrell’s Alexandria.” Studii De Limbi Si Literaturi Straine, (1988): 60-67.

Brodkey, Linda. “Modernism and the Scene(s) of Writing.” College English 49, no. 4 (1987): 396-418.

Brombert, Victor. “Lawrence Durrell and His French Reputation.” The World of Lawrence Durrell, Ed Harry T. Moore, 169-84.

Bronowski, Jacob. “The Vision of Our Age.” Insight Jacob Bronowski, 98-108. London: Macdonald, 1964. (Contains an interview with Durrell about his use of relativity as an analogy in The Alexandria Quartet. Includes a photograph.)

Brothers, Barbara H. “Henry Green: Time and the Absurd.” Boundary 2 5, no. 3 (1977): 863-76. (Durrell is mentioned briefly as a critic for his Key to Modern Poetry.)

Brotherson, Karen Jeanne. “Patterns and Permanence in Lawrence Durrell’s Alexandria Quartet.” Thes., Brigham Young University, 1970.

Brown, Keith. “A Date With Durrell.” Literary Sinews: Essays in Honor of Bj#rn Tysdahl, Eds. Jakob Lothe, Juan Christian Pellicer, and Tore Rem, 165-75. Oslo, Norway: Novus, 2003.
________. “Durrell the Poet.” Times Literary Supplement, no. 5393 (August 2006): 17. (A letter to the editor is presented commenting on Durrell’s poetic career.)
________. “Up to Pisgah-Sight.” Times Literary Supplement 4287, no. 31 May (1985): 597. (Review of Quinx.)
________. “X En Provence.” Times Literary Supplement, no. 13 October (1978): 1140.
(Review of Livia.)
Brown, Keith and Martin Dodsworth. “Lawrence Durrell.” British Writers: Supplement I: Graham Greene to Tom Stoppard, Gen. ed. Ian Scott-Kilvert, 104-10. New York: Scribner, 1987.

Brown, Sharon Lee. “The Black Book: A Search for Method.” Modern Fiction Studies 13, no. 3 (1967): 319-28.
________. “Lawrence Durrell and Relativity.” Diss., University of Oregon, 1965.

Brownjohn, Alan. “Identity Parade.” New Statesman 86, no. 20 July (1973): 94. (Review of  Vega and Other Poems.)

Broyard, Anatole. “Alexandria Revisited.” New York Times Book Review 10 October (1982): 39.

Bryden, Ronald. “British Fiction, 1959-1960.” International Literary Annual 3 (1960): 40-53.
________. “British Fiction, 1959-1960.” International Literary Annual 3 (1961): 40-53.

Buchan, William Dunbar. “The Four Most Important Elements in Lawrence Durrell’s Chart.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly 7, no. 5 (1984): 215-22.

Buchele, Nicolas. “Sweaty Sheets.” Oxford Quarterly 1-2, no. 4-1 Spring-Summer (1997): 73-76.

Burgess, Anthony. “Durrell and the Homunculi.” Saturday Review 53, no. 21 March (1970): 29-31, 41.(Review of Nunquam.)
________. “Other Kinds of Massiveness.” The Novel Now: A Guide to Contemporary Fiction Anthony Burgess, 93-106. London: W.W. Norton & Co., 1968. (Durrell is discussed with other authors, including Doris Lessing, Richard Hughes, Olivia
Manning, J.B. Priestley, Edward Upward and Angus Wilson. The American edition is entitled The Novel Today.)
________. “Other Kinds of Massiveness.” The Novel Now Anthony Burgess, 93-106. Folcroft: Folcroft Library Editions, 1971.

Burnett, Archie. “Allusions and Echoes in Kingsley Amis’s Letters.” Notes & Queries 52, no. 4 (2005): 507-10. (Notes Amis’ allusion to Durrell’s poetry.)

Burns, J. Christopher. “ Durrell’s Heraldic Universe.” Modern Fiction Studies 13, no. 3 (1967): 375-88.

Burriss, William S. “In Alien Lands: Modernist Fictions of Non-Western Cultures.” Diss., Indiana University, 2000. (DAI: LXI-4-1416)
For an abstract, see “Essays & Theses” page.

Burton, Humphrey. Yehudi Menuhin: A Life. London: Faber & Faber, 2000.

Butov, Mikhail. “’Vselennaia Podtolknula Menia Loktem v Bok!’.” Novyi Mir: Literaturno Khudozhestvennyi i Obschchestvenno Politicheskii Zhurnal (Russia) 5, no. 877 (1998): 198-207. (In Russian: “Modern epic novel as a genre (The reception of Lawrence Durrell’s works in Russia)”)

Byatt, A. S. “The Disreputable Other Half.” Times Literary Supplement (April 1986): n.pag. (In this review of White’s Memoirs of Many in One: By Alex Xenophon Demirjian Gray, Byatt compares White to Durrell.)

Bynum, Paige Matthey. “The Artist As Shaman: Durrell’s Alexandria Quartet.” Lawrence Durrell: Comprehending the Whole, Eds Julius Rowan Raper, Melody L. Enscore, and Paige Matthey Bynum, 82-97. Columbia: University of Missouri Press, 1995.

Byrne, Mary J. “Lawrence Durrell’s Alexandria Quartet: A Work in the Baroque Spirit.” Diss, University College, Dublin, 1985.

Byron Raizis, Marios. “Lawrence Durrell and the Greek Poets: A Contribution to Cultural History.” Lawrence Durrell and the Greek World, Ed. Anna Lillios, 241-54.

Cain, Sarah. “The Metaphorical Field: Post-Newtonian Physics and Modernist Literature.” Cambridge Quarterly 28, no. 1 (1999): 46-64. (Prize essay for 1998 — best dissertation submitted for the final Cambridge University English honours examination.)

Calotychos, Vangelis. “”Lawrence Durrell, the Bitterest Lemon?”: Cyps and Brits Loving Each Other to Death in Cyprus, 1953-57.” Lawrence Durrell and the Greek World, Ed. Anna Lillios, 169-90.
________. “Love and Sex: The Influence of Anxiety Among Friends (Henry Miller, Patricia Storace, and Lawrence Durrell Do Greece… and Cyprus).” Modern Greece: A Cultural Poetics Vangelis Calotychos, 237-64. Oxford: Berg Publishers, 2003. (Contains the chapter section “’Lawrence Durrell, the Bitterest Lemon?’: Cyps and Brits Loving Each Other to Death in Cyprus, 1953-57,” also published in Lawrence Durrell and the Greek World (169-190).)

Campon, B. “Lawrence Durrell, the Cult to Difference: Interview.” Cuadernos Del Norte 6 , no. 31 (1985): 77-82.

Card, James Van Dyck. “’Tell Me, Tell Me’: The Writer As Spellbinder in Lawrence Durrell’s Alexandria Quartet.” Modern British Literature 1 (1976): 74-83.

Cardiff, Maurice. “Lawrence Durrell in Cyprus.” Friends Abroad: Memories of Lawrence Durrell, Freya Stark, Patrick Leigh-Fermor, Peggy Guggenheim and Others Maurice Cardiff, 22-38. New York: Radcliffe Press, 1997.

Cardwell, Richard A. and Edgar trans. Illas. “A La Recerca De La Significació: L’Edat D’or De Francesc Parcerisas.” Marges 63 (May 1999): 21-33. (Discusses Parcerisas’ translation of Durrell’s poetry. Poems are included.)

Carey, John. “Durrell’s Drift.” New Statesman 72, no. 28 October (1966): 632.

Cargher, John. “Time to Get to Know a Notable Australian.” The Bulletin (Sydney) (June 1970): 49-50. (Article interviews Peggy Glanville-Hicks on her compositions and operatic setting of Sappho. A photograph of Durrell and Glanville-Hicks at work together is included. )

Carley, James P. “The Avignon Quintet and Gnostic Heresy.” Critical Essays on Lawrence Durrell, Ed. Alan Warren Friedman, 229-45.
________. “An Interview With Lawrence Durrell on the Background to Monsieur and Its Sequels.” The Malahat Review 51 (1979): 42-46. (Reprinted in Earl Ingersoll’s Lawrence Durrell: Conversations. 182-186.)
________. “Lawrence Durrell and the Gnostics.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Newsletter 2, no. 1 (1978): 3-10.
________. “Lawrence Durrell’s Avignon Quincunx and Gnostic Heresy.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly 5, no. SI 1 (1981): 284-304. (See also Malahat Review 1982 Feb., 61:156-167)
________. “Lawrence Durrell’s Avignon Quincunx and Gnostic Heresy.” Malahat Review 61 (1982): 156-67.
________. “An Old Suitcase Full of Themes.” Lawrence Durrell: Conversations, Ed. Earl G. Ingersoll, 182-86. (See also  The Malahat Review 51 (1979), 42-46.)

Carreno, Mada. “Album De Familia, Justine y El Angel.” Vida Literaria 30 (1972): 12-13.

Carruth, Hayden. “And I Shal Clynken Yow So Mery a Belle That I Shal Wakyn Al This Companye.” Poetry 93, no. 5 (1959): 323-25.
________. “An Inversion of the Accepted.” Saturday Review 44, no. 7 January (1961): 28.
________. “Nougat for the Old Bitch.” The World of Lawrence Durrell, Ed Harry T. Moore, 117-28.
Carruthers, Virginia Kirby-Smith. “Durrell’s Enigmatic Hamlet: Mysteries of Image and Allusion.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal ns 9 (2003): 25-33.
________. “Memory’s Seditious Brew: Mythic Resonances in Durrell’s Greek Poetry.” Durrell in Alexandria: On Miracle Ground IX Conference Proceedings, Ed. Shelly Ekhtiar, 268-73.

Cartwright, Michael, ed. Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Newsletter. Vol. 5, no. SI 1. Kelowna: 1981. (Proceedings of the First National Lawrence Durrell Conference. Special Issue #1 (not to be confused with Deus Loci 5.1).)
________. “Playwright As Miracle Worker: An Irish Faustus.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Newsletter 3, no. 4 (1980): 3-11.
________. “White Eagles Over Serbia: Lawrence Durrell’s Transcendental Connection.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly 7, no. 5 (1986): 31-33.
________. “White Eagles Over Serbia: Durrell’s Transcendental Connection.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly 7, no. 5 (1984): 31-33.
________. “The Alexandria Quartet: A Comedy For The Twentieth Century Or Lawrence Durrell, The Pardoner, And His Miraculous Pig’s Knuckle.” Diss., University of Nebraska, 1970. (DAI 31:5391A)
Cartwright, Michael and others. “Commentary.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly 7, no. 5 (1984): 108-9.
Cartwright, Michael and John Unterecker. “The Playwright As Miracle Worker: An Irish Faustus.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly 5, no. SI 1 (1981): 178-89.

Caruso, Joseph. “Unravelling the Riddle of the Quinx.” Book World – The Washington Post 1 September (1985): 9, 13.

Cate, Curtis. “Lawrence Durrell.” Atlantic Monthly 208 (1961): 63-69.
Cau, Jean. “Interview.” L’Express, no. 7 May (1959): 29-30.

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

Cevik, Yildiray, “Reflections of Cultural Memory in the Island of Disputes: Reading Durrell’s Bitter Lemons of Cyprus”, Kultura 10, 61-66, 2015 (The clean reading of Durrell’s Aegean travelogues favors the elaboration of memories of travels, a proper circumstance of getting involved in the cultural milieu of the island of Cyprus. Lawrence Durrell’s travel book Bitter Lemons of Cyprus (1957), which is based on his three-year stay on the island, a sojourn which coincided with the enosis crisis along with value, personal and cultural conflicts shows how representations of cultural and political conflicts are inextricably linked to representation of modern oriental thought. He sees the clashes of tension in living styles of bi-polar society, characters and British politics even though he claims to keep away from British politics. Island’s cultural ideology of ‘melting pot’ has been replaced by bi-culturalism in the recent decades. The novel is an embodiment of cultural identities in cleavages surviving for recognition which also demonstrates a need for the construction of an egalitarian bi-communal society. The novel is told of in various perspectives of ethnicities that are used as tools for cultural integration, preservation of identity and culture by the images of prominent figures from respective ethnicities. These perspectives formed mainly under Durrell’s orientalist viewpoint fill the novel through the cultural memory construed writer’s sovereign Western consciousness out of whose unchallenged centrality on Oriental perspective emerged. Durrell filters his experiences through cultural memory after the return to England. Thus, in this paper cultural memory as Durrell reflects on a tri-partite basis will be analyzed in terms of conflicts, stereotypes, identity crisis, clashes and hopes for negotiations.)

Chaffin, Glenda Lynn. “Musical Structures in Lawrence Durrell’s The Alexandria Quartet.” Diss., Florida State University, 1979. (DAI 40:5062A)

Challoner, R. W. “Durrell’s Boastful Apologies.” Times Literary Supplement 5156, no. 25 January (2002): 14-15.
________. “The Spirit of Durrell’s Places.” London Magazine ns 40, no. 3/4 (2000): 33-41.

Chapman, R. T. “Dead, or Just Pretending? Reality in The Alexandria Quartet.” The Centennial Review 16, no. Fall (1972): 408-18.

Chaturvedi, A K, Lawrence Durrell and His Fictional World Delhi: Adhyayan, 2009

Chepyha, Peter. “The Artists and the Stylists in The Alexandria Quartet in Relation to Durrell’s Use of the Theory of Relativity: The Relativity Mythos and the Rainbow of Personality.” Thes., York University.

Cheylan, Alice Bailey, “Strangers in a Strange Land” in Durrell and the City: Collected Essays on Place ed D Kaczvinsky  53-62, 2012.

Child, Roderick, “Hollow Responses: An Exploration of Lawrence Durrell’s London”, Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 11, 40-67 (2008-09)

Christensen, Peter. “Lawrence Durrell, Travel Writer, Heir of Stendhal.” In-Between: Essays and Studies in Literary Criticism 11, no. 2 (2002): 263-76.
________. “The Achievement and Failure: Durrell’s Three Early Novels.” Lawrence Durrell: Comprehending the Whole, Eds Julius Rowan Raper, Melody L. Enscore, and Paige Matthey Bynum, 22-32.
________. “The Chronology of Durrell’s Alexandria Quartet in Relation to Egyptian Politics.” In-Between: Essays and Studies in Literary Criticism 13, no. 1 (2004): 25-42.
________. “David Gascoyne: Confessional Novelist.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 1 (1992): 72-90.
________. “Greece, Egypt, and the Quartet: Response.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly 7, no. 5 (1984): 79-88.
________. “The Hazards of Intellectual Burglary in Lawrence Durrell’s The Revolt of Aphrodite.” Studies in the Literary Imagination 24, no. 1 (1991): 41-56.
________. “Lawrence Durrell’s Plays: A Reevaluation.” Into the Labyrinth: Essays on the Art of Lawrence Durrell, Ed. Frank L. Kersnowski, 73-85.
________. “Social and Anti-Social Comedy in Lawrence Durrell’s Early Work.” Essays on the Humor of Lawrence Durrell, Eds Betsy Nichols, Frank Kersnowski, and James Nichols, 102-20. Victoria, BC: University of Victoria, 1993.

Christy, Desmond. “Looking Back Now on the Whole Thing.” Lawrence Durrell: Conversations, Ed. Earl G.Ingersoll, 227-29. (Reprint from Christy’s interview in The Guardian 28 May 1985.)

Claffey, Charles E. “Retiring From the Ring.” Lawrence Durrell: Conversations, Ed. Earl G. Ingersoll, 239-42. (Reprinted from Claffey’s “British Author of the Exotic is Still Dazzling the Critics” in The Boston Globe 25 April 1986.)

Clark, Randall. “Illusion and Deception in Cukor’s Justine.” CineAction 50 (1999): 75-79.

Clawson, James M. “Urban Flight and Rural Reception: Modernist Refuge in Panic Spring and The Dark Labyrinth.” Durrell and the City: Reconstructing the Urban Landscape. Ed. Donald P. Kaczvinsky. Madison, NJ: Fairleigh Dickinson UP, 2012. 3-1.

————- “Heidegger on Rhodes: (Re)Reading Durrell’s Reflections.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 12 (2011–2012): 3-17.

————- “Between Physics and Metaphysics: Spenglerian Bergsonism in Durrell’s Revolt.” Mosaic 43.4 (December 2010): 123-139.

————– Review of Pied Piper of Lovers, by Lawrence Durrell. New edition. Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 11 (2010): 129-132.

————- Review of Closed Doors: An Answer to Bitter Lemons by Lawrence Durrell, by Costas Montis. Journal of Modern Greek Studies 27.1 (2009): 191-193.

————- “‘The Length and Greatness of its History’: Durrell’s Mediterranean.” A Café in Space: The Anaïs Nin Literary Journal 3 (2005): 157-166.

Clement, Robert J. “European Literary Scene.” Saturday Review 51, no. 18 (1968): n.pag.

Cleyet, George. “The Villa Seurat Circle: Creative Nexus.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly 4, no. 4 (1981): 3-6.

Clifton, Robin Michelle and Merritt Clifton. “The Watch: Small Press Chronology XV, Supplement—Small Press Records of Selected Major Authors.” Small Press Review 8, no. 12 (1976): 6. (Contains supplemental materials for a bibliography on Durrell’s publications in small presses.)

Cocker, Mark. “Greece – The Dark Crystal.” Loneliness and Time: The Story of British Travel Writing Mark Cocker, 168-207. New York : Pantheon Books, 1992. (Title of the book is drawn from Durrell’s “Bitter Lemons”)
________. Loneliness and Time: The Story of British Travel Writing. New York: Pantheon Books, 1992.

Coffey, Osa Danielson. “The Quartet and the It: A Study of Lawrence Durrell’s Alexandria Quartet in Relation to the Theories of Georg Groddeck’s.” Diss., University of Maryland College Park, 1969.

Cohen, Joseph. Voices of Israel: Essays on and Interviews With Yehuda Amichai, A. B. Yehoshua, T. Carmi, Aharon Appelfeld, Amos Oz. Albany: State University of New York Press, 1990. (Durrell is mentioned nearly twenty times in the interviews, and Cohen notes this as well as Durrell’s influence on page 8.)

Cole, Douglas. “Faust and Anti-Faust in Modern Drama.” Drama Studies 5 (1966): 39-52.

Coleman, John. “Mr. Durrell’s Dimensions.” Spectator 204, no. 19 February (1960): 256-57.

Collier, Peter. “Bothering the Critics, With Their Passion for Categorizing.” Lawrence Durrell: Conversations, Ed. Earl G. Ingersoll, 89-93. (Reprint of Collier’s conversation in New York Times, 14 April 1968.)
________. “A Talk With Lawrence Durrell.” New York Times Book Review (1968): xx.

Comellini, Carla. “Lawrence Durrell and D.H.Lawrence’s Legacy.” Prospero: Rivista Di Culture Anglo Germaniche 9 (2002): 5-15.

Commenge, Beatrice. “The Artisans of a Legend.” Nexus: The International Henry Miller Journal 3 (2006): 63-65.

———–, Une vie de paysages Paris: Verdier, 2016 (« Lawrence Durrell m’avait ouvert la porte en me demandant : “Aimez-vous l’Indian Curry ?” Sans une hésitation aucune, il me proposait de partager son délice d’enfant. Mon cerveau traduisit aussitôt : Darjeeling, 1920. C’était donc là qu’il vivait quand il avait faim – en enfance. Il se promenait dans un paysage dont on l’avait arraché à onze ans et qu’il n’avait jamais revu. J’étais venue chercher la Provence, la Grèce, l’Égypte, Alexandrie, et il m’offrait l’Himalaya. L’homme de soixante-quatre ans vivait toujours au pays de Kipling. » Ce voyage sur les pas de Lawrence Durrell nous conduit d’abord à Sommières où, en 1976, la narratrice rencontra l’écrivain avant de nous emporter à travers tous les continents vers les multiples demeures et paysages qu’il a habités.)

Connolly, David. “The Least Satisfying Form of Writing: Seferis on Translation.” The Journal of Modern Greek Studies 20, no. 1 (2002): 29-46. (Durrell is mentioned and discussed briefly as a translator of Seferis (no mention is made of Seferis’ translation of Durrell).

Cooper, Artemis. Cairo in the War: 1939-1945. London: Hamish Hamilton, 1989.
________. Writing at the Kitchen Table. London: Penguin Books, 2000. (Durrell is mentioned a number of times in the text, mainly with reference to his letters
to the subject of this biography, Elizabeth David.)

Corke, Hilary. “Lawrence Durrell.” Literary Half-Yearly 2, no. 1 (1961): 43-49.
________. “Mr. Durrell and Brother Criticus.” Encounter 14, no. 5 (1960): 65-70.

Cornu, Marie-Renée. La Dynamique Du Quatuor D’Alexandrie De Lawrence Durrell: Trois Études. Montréal, QU: Didier, 1979.

———- “Etude sur la dynamique du “Quatuor d’Alexandrie” de Lawrence Durrell”, Thesis, Universite de la Sorbonne nouvelle, 1974

Cortland, Peter. “Durrell’s Sentimentalism.” English Record 14, no. 4 (1964): 15-19.

Cott, Jonathan. “Reflections of a Cosmic Tourist: An Afternoon With Henry Miller.” Critical Essays on Henry Miller, Ed. Ronald Gottesman, 355-72. New York: G.K. Hall & Co., 1992. (Durrell is mentioned by both Miller and Cott at a number of points.)

Cotton, Steven. “The Letters and Postcards of Henry Miller to Alfred Perles 1944-1963.” Thes., University of Victoria, 1982.

Cowell, Alan. “Alexandria Recovering Its Arab Soul.” New York Times, no. 14 November (1987): 7.

Cox, Shelley. ‘As Water into Language Flowing’: The Lawrence Durrell Papers at Southern Illinois University Carbondale. Carbondale: Friends of Morris Library, Southern Illinois University Carbondale, 1988. (A catalogue, with introduction, of the exhibit at Carbodale coinciding with On Miracle Ground V, 1988.)

———- “A Study of the Drafts and Notes for The Revolt of Aphrodite” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 10, 91-104 (2006-07)


________. “The Island Lover: Lawrence Durrell’s “The Magnetic Island”.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 7 (1999): 45-57.

________. “The Lawrence Durrell Collection at Southern Illinois University.” Lawrence Durrell: Comprehending the Whole, Eds. Julius Rowan Raper, Melody L. Enscore, and Paige Matthey Bynum, 45-52.

________. “The Road Not Taken: Durrell’s Unpublished Novel “The Village of the Turtle-Doves”.” Studies in the Literary Imagination 24, no. 1 (1991): 19-27.
Cox, W. D. G. “Another Letter to Lawrence Durrell.” The World of Lawrence Durrell, Ed Harry T. Moore, 112-16.

Crain, Jane Larkin. “New Books.” Saturday Review 2, no. 8 February (1975): 29. (Review of  Monsieur.)

Cranston, Maurice. “Clea by Lawrence Durrell.” London Magazine 7 (1960): 69-71.

Creed, Walter G. The Muse of Science and “The Alexandria Quartet”. Norwood, PA: Norwood Editions, 1977. (Republished 1978 by Folcroft Library Editions)
________. “Pieces of the Puzzle: The Multiple-Narrative Structure of The Alexandria Quartet.” Mosaic: A Journal for the Interdisciplinary Study of Literature 6, no. 2 (1973): 19-35. (Refutes the suggestion of multiplicity and indeterminacy in the Quartet)
________. “The Whole Pointless Joke? Darley’s Search for Truth in The Alexandria Quartet.” Etudes Anglaises 28, no. 2 (1975): 165-73. (Reprinted in Creed’s The Muse of Science and “The Alexandria Quartet.”)
________. “Contemporary Scientific Concepts and the Structure of Lawrence Durrell’s Alexandria
Quartet.” Diss., University of Pennsylvania, 1968. (DAI 30:1165A)

Critchlow, V. E. “Faustian Man: a Study of Science, the Individual and Society in the Works of Aldous Huxley and Lawrence Durrell.” Thes., Sheffield University, 1977.

Crossley-Holland, Kevin. “Introduction.” The Oxford Book of Travel Verse, Ed. Kevin Crossley-Holland, xxvxxxiv. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1989. (Durrell is mentioned a number of times with particular enthusiasm on page xxxii.)

Crowder, Richard. “Durrell, Libido, and Eros.” Ball State Teachers College Forum 3, no. 2 (1962): 34-39.

Cruickshank, E. B. “The Concept of Time in Lawrence Durrell’s Alexandria Quartet.” Thes., University of Aberdeen, 1981.

Cunningham, Valentine. “ After Grief and Death.” Times Literary Supplement 4204, no. 28 October (1983): 1184. (Review of Sebastian.)
________. “Sebastian, or, Ruling Passions.” Times Literary Supplement 4204, no. 28 October (1983): 1184.
________. “Thinning Out the Fat of the Land.” Times Literary Supplement, no. 15 October (1982): 1122. (Review of Constance.)

Cushman, Keith. “’Just How Busy All This Nothingness Can Be’: Durrell’s Irish Faustus.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 5 (1997): 115-26.
________. “”Just How Busy All This Nothingness Can Be”: Durrell’s Irish Faustus.” Durrell in Alexandria: On Miracle Ground IX Conference Proceedings, Ed. Shelly Ekhtiar, 232-38.

Dahlgren, Marta. “The Alexandria Quartet: Durrell’s Narrator’s and the Space-Time Continuum.” Lawrence Durrell Revisited : Lawrence Durrell Revisité, Ed. Corinne Alexandre-Garner, 73-93.

————– The Flouting of Point of View in Faulkner and Durrell Vigo: Universidade  de Vigo, Servicio de Publicacións, 2005

Daiches, David. The Present Age: After 1920. London: The Cresset Press, 1958. (See pages 66 and 229.)

Damer, Sean. “Anthropology, Idealism, and Greek Villagers; An Iconoclastic View.” Sociologia Ruralis 28, no. 4 (1988): 306-14. (Durrell is only discussed at the end of this review article when the author argues “there is more common sense contained in Lawrence Durrell’s (1971) essay on ‘Women of the Mediterranean’ than in this book” (312), Dubisch’s Gender and Power in Rural Greece.)

Dameron, Chip “Versepoints to Lawrence Durrell’s “The Alexandria Quartet””Mississippi Review 4/2, 125-130, 1975 ( A series of original poetic responses to and continuations of the scenes in Durrell’s Alexandria Quartet.)

Dan, Joseph. “Haquadrilgia Ha-Alexadnronit Shel Lawrence Durrell.” Hasifrut 3 (1972): 447-62.

Dare, Captain H. “The Quest for Durrell’s Scobie.” Modern Fiction Studies 10 (1965): 379-83.

Dasenbrock, Reed Way. “Centrifugality: An Approach to Lawrence Durrell.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly 7, no. 5 (1984): 199-210.
________. “The Counterlife of Heresy.” Critical Essays on Lawrence Durrell, Ed. Alan Warren Friedman, 222-29.
________. “Death and the Counterlife of Heresy in Wyndham Lewis and Lawrence Durrell.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly 4, no. 1 (1980): 3-16.
________. “Death and the Counterlife of Heresy in Wyndham Lewis and Lawrence Durrell.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly 5, no. 1 (1981): 306-27.
________. “Lawrence Durrell and the Modes of Modernism.” Twentieth Century Literature 33, no. 4 (1987): 515-27.
________. “Norman Douglas and the Denizens of Siren Land.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly 5, no. 4 (1982): 1-9.

———– “On Miracle Ground: Essays on the Fiction of Lawrence Durrell (review) Modern Fiction Studies  37/2, 1991

Dawson, Carl. “From Einstein to Keats: A New Look at The Alexandria Quartet.” Far-Western Forum: A Review of Ancient and Modern Letters 1 (1974): 109-28.

Debray-Ritzen, Pierre. “ A Sovereign Harmony.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly 7, no. 4 (1984): 16-19.

Decancq, Roland. “What Lies Beyond? An Analysis of Darley’s “Quest” in Lawrence Durrell’s Alexandria Quartet.Revue Des Langues Vivantes 34, no. 2 (1968): 134-50.

Decker, James M. “The Black Book, Hamlet, and Lawrence Durrell’s Parodic Prose.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 7 (1999): 101-9.
________. “Durrell’s Venereal Baedecker: Locating the Spirit in “Elegy on the Closing of the French Brothels”.” Durrell in Alexandria: On Miracle Ground IX Conference Proceedings, Ed. Shelly Ekhtiar 274-78.
Decker, James M. and Kenneth Womack. “Lawrence Durrell’s Mediterranean Dream: Reading The Alexandria Quartet and the Ethical Voice of the Sea.” English: The Journal of the English Association 52, no. 202 (2003): 37-52.

Delmas, Catherine. “Les Enjeux De L’Énigme Dans The Alexandria Quartet De Lawrence Durrell.” L’Enigme, Eds. Stéphane Bikialo and Jacques Dürrenmatt, 297-308. Poitiers, France: UFR Langues Littératures, Université de Poitiers, 2003.

———– “Le désert dans Le quatuor d’Alexandrie et Le quintette d’Avignon de Lawrence Durrell: Fresque ou mirage?” in Écritures du Désert: Voyageurs et romanciers anglophones XIXe-XXe siècles 133-151 Aix en Provence: Press universitaires de Provence, 2005

Delrez, Marc. “Political Aesthetics: Cross-Cultural Desire and the Capitulation of Form in the Work of Kazuo Ishiguro and Salman Rushdie.” BELL: Belgian Essays on Language and Literature (1994): 7-16.

Demirag, Fikret. “Lawrence Durrell Ve ‘Aci Limonlar’.” Varlik 4, no. 1123 (2001): 75-77.

DeMott, Benjamin. “Grading the Emanglons.” Hudson Review 13 (1960): 457-64.
________. “Grading the Emanglons.” Critical Essays on Lawrence Durrell, Ed. Alan Warren Friedman, 41-48. (Reprinted from Hudson Review 13.3 (1960), 457-464.)

De Nicola, Antonella, “Sharing Eastern Visions: Reflections upon Fausta Cialente’s Translation of The Alexandria Quartet by Lawrence Durrell” in Wright, Owain (ed.) Locating Italy: East and West in British-Italian Transactions  203-215 Amsterdam: Rodopi 2013

Dennis, Nigel. “New Four-Star King of Novelists.” Life 49 (November 1960): 96-99, 102, 104, 106, 109.

Déon, Michel. “Amitié Littéraire.” Lawrence Durrell: Actes Du Colloque Pour L’Inauguration De La Bibliothèque Durrell, Ed. Corinne Alexandre-Garner, 23-25.

Derbyshire, John, “Alexandria, Durrell and the ‘Quartet’ ” The New Criterion 30/2, 25-29, 2011

Devlin, Kieron. “Everybody’s Alexandria.” Gay & Lesbian Review 9, no. 3 (2002): 18-20.

Diakonova, Nina. “Notes on the Evaluation of the Bildungsroman in England.” Zeitschrift Für Anglistick Und Amerikanistik 16 (1968): 341-51. (Durrell is mentioned relatively briefly in the context of the bildungsroman, along with a number of other mainly 20th Century authors.)

Diboll, Michael. “’A Disciple Has Crossed Over by Water’: An Analysis of Lawrence Durrell’s Alexandria Quartet in Its Egyptian Historical and Intellectual Contexts.” Diss., University of Leicester, 2000. (BL: DXN05093)
________. “Durrell’s Alexandria: ‘Between Egypt and Sea’.” Lawrence Durrell Borderlands and Borderlines, Ed. Corinne Alexandre-Garner, 49-72. Paris: Presses Universitaires de Paris 10, 2005.
________. Lawrence Durrell’s Alexandria Quartet In Its Egyptian Contexts. New York: Edwin Mellen Press, 2004.
________. “The Secret History of Lawrence Durrell’s The Alexandria Quartet: The Mountolive-Hosnani Affair, Britain, and the Wafd.” Lawrence Durrell and the Greek World, Ed. Anna Lillios, 79-105.

Dickinson, Peter. “A Clutch of Poets.” Preuves 109 (1960).

Dickson, Gregory. “Lawrence Durrell and the Tradition of Travel Literature.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly 7, no. 5 (1984): 43-50.
________. “The Narrator in The Dark Labyrinth.” Into the Labyrinth: Essays on the Art of Lawrence Durrell, Ed. Frank L. Kersnowski, 63-72.
________. “Setting and Character in The Revolt of Aphrodite.” Twentieth Century Literature 33, no. 4 (1987): 528-35.
________. “Spengler’s Theory of Architecture in Durrell’s Tunc and Nunquam.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly 5, no. SI 1 (1981): 272-80.

Diehl, Digby. “Lawrence Durrell at Caltech: An Interview by Digby Diehl.” Under the Sign of Pisces: Anais Nin and Her Circle 6, no. 2 (1975): 13-19.

Dill, Janet E. “The Space-Time Novel As A Message Event: ‘Pursewarden’s Suicide.” Thes., York University, 1985.
For an abstract of this thesis, see “Essays and Theses” page.

Dimirouli, Foteini  “Cavafy hero: literary appropriations and cultural projections of the poet in english and american literature” Thesis, Oxford University 2014. For an abstract of this thesis, see “Essays and Theses” page

Dobrée, Bonamy. “Durrell’s Alexandrian Series.” Sewanee Review 69 (Winter 1961): 61-79.
________. “Durrell’s Alexandrian Series.” The World of Lawrence Durrell, Ed Harry T. Moore, 184-204. (Reprinted from Dobrée’s “Durrell’s Alexandrian Series.” Sewanee Review 69 (1961 Winter): 61-79.)
________. “Durrell’s Alexandrian Series.” The Lamp and the Lute: Studies in Seven Authors Bonamy Dobrée, 150-168. New York: Barnes & Noble, 1964. (Also reprinted from Dobrée’s “Durrell’s Alexandrian Series.” Sewanee Review 69 (1961 Winter):
61-79.)

Dokainish, Soraya. “A Spiral Staircase: Implications of Time in the Novels of Lawrence Durrell.” Diss., University of Western Ontario.

Doloff, Steven. “Henry Miller and Lord Byron’s Correspondence.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 5 (1997): 211-12.

Đorić-Francuski, Biljana, “Kako su Beli orlovi nad Srbijom tražili svoju očevinu: O jednom veoma loše prevedenoj knjizi” Philologia: Naučno-Stručni Časopis za Jezik, Književnost i Kulturu/Scientific-Professional Journal for Language, Literature and Cultural Studies 3 (2005)

Dorril, Stephen. MI6 : Inside the Covert World of Her Majesty’s Secret Intelligence Service. Chicago: Free Press, 2000. (Briefly sketches Durrell’s ties on Cyprus and the background for White Eagles Over Serbia.)

Douglas Jand Yellowlees. The End of Books-Or Books Without End: Reading Interactive Narratives. Michigan: University of Michigan Press, 2000. (The Alexandria Quartet is discussed on pages 55-59 with an emphasis on its open qualities.)
________ “Understanding the Act of Reading: the WOE Beginners’ Guide to Dissection.” Writing on the Edge: A Journal About Writing and Teaching Writing 2, no. 2 (1991): 112-26. (Online:http://www.newmediareader.com/cd_samples/WOE/Douglas_Guide.html)
________. “What Hypertexts Do That Print Narratives Cannot.” The Reader 42 (Autumn 1992): 1-23. (Reprinted in Douglas’ The End of Books.)

Doulis, Thomas. “Stratis Tsirkas, The Voice From the Cellar.” Journal of the Hellenic Diaspora 3 (July 1975):
27-36.

Doutis, Demetrius Evangelos. “The Image Of Greece In The Works Of Six British And American Authors.” Diss., University of South Carolina, 1983.
For an abstract of this thesis, see “Essays and Theses” page

Drescher, Horst W. “Raumzeit: Zur Struktur Von Lawrence Durrells Alexandria Quartet.” Die Neuren Sprachen 70 (1971): 308-18.

Duatis, Diego Delgado, “The Hellenic World of Henry Miller and Lawrence Durrell” Thesis, Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Tarragona, Spain, 2016 For an abstract of this thesis, see “Essays and Theses” page

Dudley, J. W. G. “Epigram for an Old Bun-Nosed Tibetan.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Newsletter 1, no. 1 (1977): 13-14.

Durand, Annick. “The Gypsy: Reflections on a Theme of Durrell’s Iconography.” Durrell in Alexandria: On Miracle Ground IX Conference Proceedings, Ed. Shelly Ekhtiar, 280-285.
________. “Persistence Of Literary Cliches: North Africa In Contemporary Literature.” Diss., New York University, 1990.

Edel, Leon. “A Multiplicity of Mirrors.” The Modern Psychological Novel Leon Edel, 185-91. New York: Universal Library-Grosset & Dunlap, 1964.

Eisner, Robert. Travelers to an Antique Land: The History and Literature of Travel to Greece. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1993. (Durrell is cited and discussed briefly.)

Ekberg, Kent. “Studio 28: The Influence of the Surrealist Cinema on the Early Fiction of Anais Nin and Henry Miller.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly 4, no. 3 (1981): 3-4.

Ekhtiar, Shelly. Durrell in Alexandria: On Miracle Ground IX Conference Proceedings. Alexandria, Egypt: University of Alexandria, 2006.
________. “Subverting the Female Body: The Body Poetics of Durrell’s Alexandrian Women.” Durrell in Alexandria: On Miracle Ground IX Conference Proceedings, Ed. Shelly Ekhtiar, 188-93.

el-Jesri, Manal. “Pride of Place.” Egypt Today (July 2001). (Discusses several Egyptian authors writing about Alexandria, with frequent reference to Durrell.)

El-Karmouty, Eman. “”Mindless” Aphrodite and Tiresias in The Alexandria Quartet.” Durrell in Alexandria: On Miracle Ground IX Conference Proceedings, Ed. Shelly Ekhtiar, 194-96.

El-Kholy, Azza M. H. “Justine and The Blithedale Romance: Where Durrell and Hawthorne Meet on Common Ground.” Durrell in Alexandria: On Miracle Ground IX Conference Proceedings, Ed. Shelly Ekhtiar, 138-49.

El Sadda, Hoda. “Egypt As Metaphor: Changing Concepts of Time in Forster, Durrell and Lively.” Images of Egypt in Twentieth Century Literature, Ed Hoda Gindi, 199-209. Cairo: University of Cairo, Department of English Language & Literature, Faculty of Arts, 1991.

Elefant-Dietz, Anny Catherine. “The Minotaur in Twentieth Century Literature.” Diss., New York University, 1981.
For an abstract of this thesis, see “Essays and Theses” page.

Elliott, George P. “The Other Side of the Story.” The World of Lawrence Durrell, Ed Harry T. Moore, 87-94. (From The Griffin Apr. 1960, 2-9.)
________. “The Other Side of the Story.” Critical Essays on Lawrence Durrell, Ed. Alan Warren Friedman, 117-21. (Reprinted from The Griffin (April 1960), 2-9.)

Eng, Steve. “The Lyric Stuggles of John Gawsworth.” Books at Iowa 38 (1983): 29-45.

Engel, Michiel. “Justine: Writing As One Licks One’s Own Wounds.” Lawrence Durrell Borderlands and Borderlines, Ed. Corinne Alexandre-Garner, 75-86.

Engelborghs, Maurits. “Engelse Letteren: Nieuwe Englese Romankinst: Lawrence Durrell.” Dietsche Warande En Belfort 105 (1960): 349-60.

Engels, Marian and Lawrence Durrell. “Preface.” The Islands of Canada Marian Engels and J. A. Kraulis, 11-12. Edmonton, AB: Hurtig Publishers, 1981. (Though Durrell is credited as ‘Introducing’ 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.)

Enright, D. J. “Alexandrian Night’s Entertainments: Lawrence Durrell’s Quartet.” International Literary Annual 3 (1961): 30-39.
________. “Alexandrian Nights’ Entertainment.” Writing in England Today: The Last Fifteen Years, Ed. Karl Miller, 45-53. Baltimore: Penguin, 1968.
________. “Alexandrian Nights’ Entertainment: Lawrence Durrell’s Quartet.” Conspirators and Poets D. J. Enright, 111-20. London: Chatto & Windus, 1966. (Reprinted from International Literary Annual 3 (1961): 30-39.)
________. “Great Slow Verbs.” The Listener 17 October (1974): 513.
________. “Public Faeces: the Correspondence of Lawrence Durrell and Henry Miller.” Conspirators and Poets D. J. Enright, 121-26.

Enscore, Melody L. “’Members of One Another’: Systemic Imagery in Durrell’s Avignon Quintet.” Lawrence Durrell: Comprehending the Whole, Eds Julius Rowan Raper, Melody L. Enscore, and Paige Matthey Bynum, 151-60.

Erickson, R. C. “Sex As the Writer’s New Myth.” Christian Century 82, no. 19 May (1965): 641-43.

Ernst, U. “The Experimental Novel and Its Types in Contemporary European and American Literature.” Aracadia-Zeitschrift Fur VergleichendeLiteraturwissenschaft 27, no. 3 (1992): 225-320.

Erval, Francoise. “Review.” L’Express, no. 7 May (1959): 29. (Review of Balthazar.)

Escobar, Matt. “Proxy Text and the Problem of Textual Survival in Andre Gide’s Les Faux-Monnayeurs and Lawrence Durrell’s Monsieur or The Prince of Darkness.” Lawrence Durrell Revisited : Lawrence Durrell Revisité, Ed. Corinne Alexandre-Garner, 167-90.
________. “Fictional Universe and the Self in Lawrence Durrell’s Monsieur.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal ns 9 (2003): 52-68.
________. “Le Pendule De Durrell : La Narration Ironique Dans The Alexandria Quartet.” Lawrence Durrell: Actes Du Colloque Pour L’Inauguration De La Bibliothèque Durrell, Ed. Corinne Alexandre-Garner, 167-78.
________. “Les Rapports De Force Entre Créateur Et Création Chez Lawrence Durrell Et Miguel De Unamuno.” Thes., Université Paris III – Sorbonne Nouvelle, 1997.

Eskin, Stanley G. “Durrell’s Themes in the Alexandria Quartet.” The Texas Quarterly 5, no. 4 (1962): 43-60.

Evans, Patrick. “An Anonymous Person.” Proems, 19. London: The Fortune Press, 1938. (This poem is dedicated to Durrell.)

Ewa, Michalczyk. “Structure and Form in the Avignon Quintet.” Anglica Wratislaviensia 31 (1996): 35-42.

Ezard, John. “Durrell Fell Foul of Migrant Law.” The Guardian, 29 April 2002.

Fackler, Herbert V. “Reflections on a Slender Volume: Durrell’s The Ikons.” Lawrence Durrell: Comprehending the Whole, Eds Julius Rowan Raper, Melody L. Enscore, and Paige Matthey Bynum, 118-23.

Fagan, Edward R. “Disjointed Time and the Contemporary Novel.” JGE: The Journal of General Education 23, no. 2 (1971): 151-60.
________. “Science and English: A Rapprochement Through Literature.” The English Journal 54, no. 5 (1965): 357-63.

Fahmy, Khaled. “For Cavafy, With Love and Squalor: Some Critical Notes on the History and Historiography of Modern Alexandria.” Alexandria: Real and Imagined, Eds. Anthony Hirst and Michael Silk, 263-80. Aldershot: Ashgate Publishing Ltd., 2004.

Fanchette, Jean. “Lawrence Durrell and ‘Two Cities’.” Labrys 5 (1979): 47-57.
________. “Lawrence Durrell and Two Cities.” Into the Labyrinth: Essays on the Art of Lawrence Durrell, Ed. Frank L. Kersnowski, 91-100. (Reprinted from/based on Fanchette’s “Lawrence Durrell and ‘Two Cities.’” Labrys 5 (1979), 47-57.)

Farcet, Gilles and Earl G. Ingersoll. “Using Diversions to Transmit the Essential.” Lawrence Durrell: Conversations, Ed. Earl G. Ingersoll, 245-55. (Translation of Fracet’s Interview in Filigrane Fall/Winter 1988.)

Fausset, Hugh l’Anson. “Dark Crystals.” Times Literary Supplement 2169 (1943): 417.

Fedden, Robin. “Personal Landscape.” The London Magazine 5, no. 12 (1966): 63-65.
(Fedden discusses the Personal Landscape journal and his wartime experiences with Durrell and Spencer.)
________. Personal Landscape. London: Turret Books, 1966. (An account of the Personal Landscape journal with a reproduction of its first table of contents.)
________. Personal Landscape: An Anthology of Exile. London: Editions Poetry London, 1945. (Durrell is listed as the editor of this volume in a number of issues of Poetry London published by Editions Poetry London. Contains Durrell’s “Delos” (17-18), “For a Nursery Mirror” (18-19), “La Rouchefoucauld” (41-42), “On First Looking in Loeb’s Horace” (49-51), “Mythology” (51), “Coptic Poem” (82-83), “Byron” (95-99), “Mariotis” (99), “Conon the Critic” (115-116), and “This Unimportant Morning” (118). The Seferis translations also appear to be Durrell’s: “The King of Asine” (19-21) and “Old Man on the River Bank” (111), as well as Elie Papadimitriou’s “Three Recitatives from ‘Anatolia’” (85-94).)
Feistel, Hartmut Ortwin. “Lawrence Durrell in the German Speaking Countries: A Preliminary Bibliography.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly 6, no. 2-3 (1983): 1-27. (An extensive bibliography of German materials on Durrell.)

Felber, Lynette. “The Three Faces of June: Anais Nin’s Appropriation of Feminine Writing.” Tulsa Studies in Women’s Literature 14, no. 2 (1995): 309-24.

Ferguson, Rex “The literary hand: handwriting, fingerprinting, typewriting” Critical Quarterly 56/1, 40-55 (2014) (The article postulates a thesis in which the hand’s role both as a site of identity and as a producer of text shifted, in the early twentieth century, from one of active, tool-oriented, grasping to one of momentary and unintentional touch. It does so by contrasting the activity of writing by hand with two key historical events. The first of these is the development, in the late nineteenth century, of the typewriter: a mechanism which produced apparently standardised, anonymous text via the brief touch upon its individual keys. The second event is the inauguration of fingerprint analysis as a method of identification. Crucially, fingerprinting discerns identity in images which are abstract and often unrecognisable to anyone but the trained expert – just as typewriters all produce a slightly different ‘type’ that only an expert can apprehend. The identity in the fingerprint and typewritten text is therefore opaque – it is present and absent at the same time. Working within a context of Raymond Tallis’s recent phenomenological approach to ‘the hand’, the article takes this insight and applies it to two literary examples of severed hands (one a short story by Guy de Maupassant published in 1875, the second from Lawrence Durrell’s 1960 novel, Clea). It is argued that these examples demonstrate the change in the hand in the intervening period: changes which can productively be read alongside modern theories of the impersonality of authorship in figures such as Friedrich Nietzsche, T.S. Eliot and Roland Barthes)

Fermor, Patrick Leigh. “ At Home in Alexandria, Athens, Brindisi, Avignon, Grenoble, Mycenae, Provence.” New York Times Book Review, no. 8 June (1969): 1, 53-55. (Review of Spirit of Place.)

________. “Observations on a Marine Vulcan.” Twentieth Century Literature: 33, no. 3 (1987): 305-7.
Fernandez, Victor H. “The Cubist Principle in Lawrence Durrell’s The Alexandria Quartet and Mario Vargas Llosa’s The Green House.” Thes., Pennsylvania State University.

Ferreyra, Jorge Monono. “Durrell in Cordoba: Jorge Ferreyra Remembers.” Twentieth Century Literature: 33, no. 3 (1987): 329-31.

Fertile, Candace. “Joshua Samuel Scobie: A Celebration of Life.” Selected Essays on the Humor of Lawrence Durrell, Eds Nichols-Betsy, Frank Kersnowski, and James Nichols , 50-60.
________. “Love and Narrative in the Novels of Lawrence Durrell.” Diss., University of Alberta. (Ann Arbor: UMI, 1989. 0564256. (DAI 49: 3032A)
For an abstract of this thesis, see “Essays and Theses” page
________. “The Meaning of Incest in the Fiction of Lawrence Durrell.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 4 (1995): 105-23.
________. “The Role of the Writer in Lawrence Durrell’s Fiction.” On Miracle Ground: Essays on the Fiction of Lawrence Durrell, Ed. Michael H. Begnal, 63-76.

Festa-McCormick, Diana. “Durrell’s Alexandria Quartet: ‘A Whore Among Cities’.” The City As Catalyst: A Study in Ten Novels Diana Festa-McCormick, 158-75. Rutherford, NJ: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 1979.

Fiedler, Leslie A. Waiting for the End: The American Literary Scene From Hemingway to Baldwin. London: Jonathan Cape, 1965. (Durrell is mentioned in regard to Henry Miller, William S. Burroughs, and Allan Ginsberg.)

Field-Marshal the Lord Harding of Petherton. “The Cyprus Problem in Relation to the Middle East.” International Affairs 34, no. 3 (1958): 291-96. (Discusses Bitter Lemons.)

Fielding, Daphne. The Nearest Way Home. London: Eyre & Spottiswoode, 1970. (Contains references to Durrell and his wife Claude.)

Fielding, Xan. “Another Durrell.” Twentieth Century Literature: 33, no. 3
(1987): 303-4.

Fietz, Lothar. “Geschichte Und Entropie: Die Endzeit-Vision in Lawrence Durrells Avignon Quintett.” Literaturewissenschaftliches Jahrbuch Im Auftrage Der Gorres Gesellshaft 32 (1991): 329-58.
________. “Life, Literature and the Philosophy of ‘As If’: Aldous Huxley’s and Lawrence Durrell’s Use and Critique of ‘Fictions’.” Aldous Huxley Annual: A Journal of Twentieth Century Thought and Beyond, no. 2 (2002): 65-102.
________. “Mythos, Magie Und Moderne: Lawrence Durrells Tunc Und Nunquam.” Festschrift Kurt Otten 60. Geburtstag: Studien Zur Englishcen Und Amerikanishen Prosa Nach Dem 1. Weltkrieg, Eds M. Diedrich and C. Schöneich, 85-97. Darmstadt: WBG, 1986.
________. “Topos/Locos/Place: The Rhetoric, Poetics and Politics of Place, 1500-1800.” Regionalität, Nationalität Und Internationalität in Der Zeitgenössischen Lyrik, Eds. Lothar Fietz, P. Hoffmann, and H. W. Ludwig, 13-27. Tübingen: Attempto, 1992.

Firchow, Peter. “Quinx: or The Ripper’s Tale.” World Literature Today 60, no. 3 (1986): 469-70.
________. “Review: Collected Poems: 1931-1974.” World Literature Today 56, no. 1 (1982): 117.

Fite, Gay Frederick. “Lawrence Durrell’s Progression Towards the Heraldic Universe.” Thes., Simon Fraser University, 1970.

Fitts, Dudley, “Lady from Lesbos” (review of SapphoNew York Times n.d.

Fleissner, R. F. “Faustus’s Wearing of Fausts Green.” Germanic Notes 15, no. 3-4 (1984): 57.

Flint, R. W. “A Major Novelist.” Commentary 27, no. April (1959): 353-56.

Foley, Charles. Island in Revolt. London: Longmans, 1962. (An account of Cyprus with references to Durrell.)

Folks, Jeffrey J. “Mediterranean Travel Writing: From Etruscan Places to Under the Tuscan Sun .” Papers on Language and Literature 40, no. 1 (2004): 102-12.

Foran, Kathleen. “Scobie As Tarot Charioteer.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 7 (1999): 209-10.

Forbes, Alastair. “Dwarves Abounding in Provence.” New York Times Book Review, no. 22 April (1979): 14. (Review of  Livia.)

Forbes, Joan, “Despair, Repentance, and Love”: Durrell’s Remedial Cycle”, Thesis, McMaster University, Hamilton Ontario 1989 For an abstract of this thesis, see “Essays and Theses” page

Ford, Hugh. “Jack Kahane and the Guardian Obelisk.” Published in Paris: American and British Writers, Printers, and Publishers in Paris, 1920-1939 Hugh Ford, 345-84. New York: Macmillan, 1975.

Fordham, Glenn Wayne Jr. “The Psychological Orientation Towards Growth in Lawrence Durrell’s The Alexandria Quartet.” diss., Univesity of North Texas, 1981.
For an abstract of this thesis, see “Essays and Theses” page.

Fraiberg, Louis. “Durrell’s Dissonant Quartet.” Contemporary British Novelists, Ed Charles Shapiro, 16-35. Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 1965.

Franc, Bolivar Le. “Playing Poker Instead of Rummy.” Lawrence Durrell: Conversations, Ed. Earl G. Ingersoll, 94-98. (Reprint of Le Franc’s article from Books and Bookmen, April 1968.)

Francis, Pamela. “’This Betraying Landscape’: Shrinking Colonial Space in Durrell’s Mountolive.” In-Between: Essays and Studies in Literary Criticism 11, no. 2 (2002): 277-91.

———- Review  of  Theodore Stephanides. Autumn Gleanings Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 13, 2012-13

———- “The Geography of Decolonization: Clashing Cultural Spaces in Durrell’s ‘Mountolive'” Thesis, Northwestern State University of Louisiana 2002

________. Portrait of Greece. Margot Granitsas and Mary Ann Weaver. New York: McGraw-Hill Inc., 1971.

Franklin, Steve. “Space-Time and Creativity in Lawrence Durrell’s “Alexandria Quartet”.” Perspectives on Contemporary Literature 5 (1979): 55-61.

Fraser, G. S. “By Courtesy of the Firm.” New Statesman 75, no. 12 April (1968): 483-84.
________. “An Incident of the Campaign.” Seven 1 (1938): 11-18.
________. Lawrence Durrell. Writers and Their Work, 216. London : Longman, 1970.
________. “Lawrence Durrell.” Essays on Twentieth-Century Poets George Fraser, 175-81. Leicester: Leicester University Press, 1977.
________. Lawrence Durrell: A Critical Study. London: Faber & Faber, 1973. (Revised edition.)
________. Lawrence Durrell: A Study. New York: E.P. Dutton, 1968.
________. “Matter and Art.” New Statesman and Nation 52, no. 13 October (1956): 459.
________. The Modern Writer and His World. London: Derek Verschoyle, 1953. (See pp. 28 and 264. Durrell is discussed in more detail in the revised edition of 1964.)
________. The Modern Writer and His World. London: Andre Deutsch Ltd., 1964.
(Significantly revised edition. See pp. 182-184, 322, and 342-345.)
________. “Recent Verse: London and Cairo.” Poetry London 2, no. 10 (1944): 215-19.
________. “Verse Dramas.” Critical Essays on Lawrence Durrell, Ed. Alan Warren Friedman, 70-81. (Reprinted from: Lawrence Durrell: A Study.)

Fremantle, Anne. “Three Sides of Space and One of Time.” Commonweal 72, no. 20 May (1960): 210-211.

Fremont-Smith, Eliot. “A Very Little Fanfare.” New York Magazine 27 January (1975): 54-55.

Friar, Kimon. “In the Shadow of the Parthenon.” Saturday Review 43, no. 12 November (1960): 35.
________. “Legend of an Imposter.” Saturday Review 44, no. 18 March (1961): 19.
(Review’s Durrell’s translation of Pope Joan.)

Fricker, Robert. “Beherrscht Das Böse Die Welt? Lawrence Durrells “Quincunx”.” Schweizer Monatshefte 73, no. 2 (1993): 133-44.
________. “Lawrence Durrell: The Alexandria Quartet.” Gymnasium Helveticum (Aarau) 16, no. 6 (1962).
________. “Lawrence Durrell: The Alexandria Quartet.” Der Moderne Englische Roman: Interpretationen, Ed. Horst Oppel, 399-416. Berlin: Erich Schmidt Verlag, 1965.

Friedman, Alan J. and Carol C. Donley. Einstein As Myth and Muse. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1985. (Durrell is discussed on pp. 84-88, but is also mentioned on pp. 5, 95, 103, and 109.)

Friedman, Alan Warren. “ Appendix: A Panel Discussion.” Forms of Modern British Fiction, Ed. Alan Warren Friedman, 201-32. Austin, TX : University of Texas Press, 1975. (Transcript from a discussion panel moderated by Friedman. Participants include James Cowan, James Gindin, Charles Rossman, Avrom Fleishman, J. Hillis Miller and John Unterecker.)
________. “Art for Love’s Sake: Lawrence Durrell and The Alexandria Quartet.” Diss., University of Rochester, 1966. (DAI 27:1365-66A)
________. Critical Essays on Lawrence Durrell. Critical Essays on British Literature, Series Editor Zack Bowen. Boston: G.K. Hall & Co., 1987.
________. “Durrell, Lawrence (George).” Contemporary Novelists. 2nd ed., Ed. James Vinson, 388-93. New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1976.
________. “Fictional Death and the Modernist Enterprise.” Fictional Death and the Modernist Enterprise Alan Warren Friedman, 5-30. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1995.
________. “Introduction.” Critical Essays on Lawrence Durrell, Ed. Alan Warren Friedman, 1-14.
________. “A “Key” To Lawrence Durrell.” Wisconsin Studies in Contemporary Literature 8, no. 1 (1967): 31-42.
________. “Late Modernism: Lawrence Durrell.” Fictional Death and the Modernist Enterprise Alan Warren Friedman, 250-265.
________. Lawrence Durrell and “The Alexandria Quartet”: Art for Love’s Sake. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1970.
________. “Lawrence Durrell’s World of Death.” Essays on the Contemporary Novel, Eds Hedwig & Albert Wertheim Bock, 67-78. München: Max Hueber Verlag, 1986.
(Reprint of “’Not Lost but Gone Before’: Durrell and Death.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly 7.5)
________. Multivalence: The Moral Quality of Form in the Modern Novel. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 1978. (Durrell is mentioned frequently throughout the first half of the text.)
________. “’Not Lost but Gone Before’: Durrell and Death.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly 7, no. 5 (1984): 95-104.
________. “The Once and Future Age of Modernism: An Introduction.” Forms of Modern British Fiction, Ed. Alan Warren Friedman, 3-14. Austin, TX: University of Texas Press, 1975.
________. “Place and Durrell’s Island Books.” Modern Fiction Studies 13, no. 3 (1967): 329-41.
________. “Place and Durrell’s Island Books.” Critical Essays on Lawrence Durrell, Ed. Alan Warren Friedman, 59-70. (Reprinted from Modern Fiction Studies 13.3 (1967): 329-341.)

From the Editor. “Ekhtiar, Shelly.” Durrell in Alexandria: On Miracle Ground IX Conference Proceedings, Ed. Shelly Ekhtiar, viii-x.

Fruchter, Barry “Alexandria Deserta: Mountolive’s Orientalism” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal  NS 10, 65-76 (2006-07)

Fruin, Jennifer Linton. “The Importance of Narouz in Durrell’s Hermetic Paradigm.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Newsletter 2, no. 4 (1979): 3-10.

Fure, Jessica. “The White Rabbit’s Guide to the Quartet: Alexandria Through the Looking-Glass.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal ns 8 (2001): 102-8.

Furnas, J. C. “With Regret for Protocol.” New York Times Book Review, no. 13 September (1959): 14. (Review of  Stiff Upper Lip.)

Fussell, Paul. Abroad: British Literary Traveling Between the Wars. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1981. (Fussell mentions Lawrence and Nancy Durrell on a number of occasions throughout the book, mainly with regard to Corfu.)
________. “Durrell Incognito.” Saturday Review 4, no. 3 September (1977): 24-25.
(Review of Sicilian Carousel.)

Gadant, Monique. “Alexandrie, Le Voyage De L’Occident D’Apres “Le Quatuor D’Alexandrie”, De Lawrence Durrell.” Peuples Méditerranéens / Mediterranean Peoples 37 (1986): 67.

Gage, Nicholas. Hellas: A Portrait of Greece. New York: Villard Books, 1987. (Portions of the text were previously published in Gage’s Portrait of Greece. New York: McGraw-Hill Inc., 1971. Durrell figures epigramatically and as a topic in both works.)

Gagnon, Mary Alice. “Conception of Place in Lawrence Durrell’s Tetralogy.” Thes., McGill University, 1982.

Gallup, Donald C. “Collecting Lawrence Durrell 1955-1986.” What Mad Pursuits! More Memories of a Yale Librarian Donald C. Gallup, 110-115. New Haven: Yale University , 1998. (otes: Mistakenly lists Durrell’s death as before 1988.)

Galone, David Stephen. “ The Discovery of Yourself: Lawrence Durrell and Gostan Zarian in Greece.” Lawrence Durrell and the Greek World, Ed. Anna Lillios, 62-78.

Ganapathy-Doré, Geetha. “From Durrell to Desai: The Egyptian Connection to Indo-Anglian Literature.” Lawrence Durrell: Actes Du Colloque Pour L’Inauguration De La Biblioth!que Durrell, Ed. Corinne Alexandre-Garner, 101-16.

Garces, Gonzalo. “Lawrence Durrell: Cronica De Un Desencuentro.” Suplemento Cultura La Nacion (Buenos Aires), no. 1 February (1998): 6.
________. “Queríamos Tanto a Julio…” Suplemento Cultura La Nacion (Buenos Aires) (August 2004): 3.

García, Jesús María Sánchez. “Desplazamiento De Traducción En El Cuarteto De Alejandría De L. Durrell: Un Ejercicio En Traductología Descriptiva Con Un Enfoque Funcional Combinado.” Diss., Universidad de Granada, 1994.

Garcia, Reyes. “Sense of Place in Ceremony.” MELUS 10, no. 4 (1983): 37-48. (Spirit of Place is mentioned on page 39 and footnote 9.)

Garrison, John. “Fancy Meeting You Here.” Lesbian & Gay Review 12, no. 1 (2005): 45-46. (Reviews the book Alexandria: City of Memory, by Michael Haag.)

Gascoyne, David. “Fellow Bondsman.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 1 (1992): 4-7.
________. “Lawrence Durrell.” Selected Prose 1934-1996 David Gascoyne, 270-273. London: Enitharmon Press, 1998. (Originally published as an obituary in The Independent 19 November 1990.)
________. “The Other Larry.” Labrys 5 (1979): 58. (A poem by Gascoyne about Durrell.)
________. Paris Journal: 1937-39. London: Enitharmon Press, 1978. (Gascoyne mentions Lawrence and Nancy Durrell a number of times and includes a letter
to Durrell in the journal.)
________. “Retrospective Notes on ‘The Other Larry’.” Labrys 5 (1979): 59-74.

Gaster, Beryl. “Lawrence Durrell.” Contemporary Review 205, no. July (1964): 375-79.

Gawsworth, John. “My Friend Lawrence Durrell.” Book Collecting and Library Monthly 15 (1969): 80-81.
________. “Somewhat of Lawrence Durrell.” Book Collecting and Library Monthly 16 (1969): 122-23.

Gee, Sue “Where the Blue Really Begins”, Slightly Foxed 42 (2014)

Georginis, E. G. “Variations of Experience: Expatriate British Writers in the Middle East During the Second World War.” Diss., University of Loughborough, 1989.

Gerard, Albert. “Durrell: Un Grand Talent De Basse Époque.” Revue Générale Belge, no. October (1962): 15-29.
________. “The Fable Begins to Break Down.” Contemporary Literature 8 (Winter 1967): 1-18.

Gerber, Margaret McFadden. “The Forms of Philosophical Fiction: A Typological Analysis.” Diss., Emory University, 1973. (Pages 135-155 deal with the Alexandria Quartet.)

Gerhardt, Hans-Peter M. “Durrells An Irish Faustus Als Beispiel Einer Modernen Angelsachsischen Auspragung Der Faustfigur.” Faust-Blatter 32 (1976): 1150-1163.

Ghaly, Salwa. “Durrell’s and Istrati’s Alexandria: Towards Decentering the Image of the City.” Arabs and the West: Mutual Images, Eds. Jorgen S. Nielsen and Sami A. Khasawnih, 1-13. Amman: Jordan University Press, 1998. (Derived from Ghaly’s conference paper: “Towards Decentering the Image of the City: Alexandria in the Works of Durrell and Istrati.” Arabs and the West. The University of Jordan.
Jordan. April 1998.)

Ghet, Monica. “La Vie En Rose Cu Lawrence Durrell Si Henry Miller.” Apostroph 9, no. 6 (1998): 18, 22.

Ghinste, Josée van de. Lawrence Durrell Le Quatuor Alexandrin Et Le Mythe De La Creation. Paris: Librairie A.G. Nizet, 1983.

Gibaldi, Ann. “Entropy in Lawrence Durrell’s Avignon Quintet: Theme and Structure in Sebastian and Quinx.” Studies in the Literary Imagination 24, no. 1 (1991): 101-7.

Gibert, Harriet. “Uses of Literacy.” New Statesman, no. 11 November (1983): 30.

Gifford, James. “Anarchist Transformations of English Surrealism: The Villa Seurat Network” Journal of Modern Literature 33/4 (2010)

————“The Corfiot Landscape and Lawrence Durrell’s Pilgrimage: The Colonial Palimpsest in ‘Oil for the Saint; Return to Corfu’.” In-Between: Essays and Studies in Literary Criticism 11, no. 2 (2002): 181-96.

________. “’CORFU LANDSCAPES Real & Imaginary’: This Rough Colonialism That Bonds Space to Popular Culture.” Culture and the State: Landscape and Ecology, Eds. James Gifford and Gabrielle Zezulka-Mailloux, 25-37. Edmonton, AB: CRC Humanities Studio, University of Alberta, 2004. (Durrell is mentioned a number of times, especially in relationship to Corfu and Mary Stewart.)
________. “Durrell’s Delta and Dylan Thomas’ ‘Prologue to an Adventure’.” In-Between: Essays and Studies in Literary Criticism 13, no. 1 (2004): 19-23.
________. “Durrell’s The Revolt of Aphrodite: Nietzschean Influences.” Mosaic: A Journal for the Interdisciplinary Study of Literature 36, no. 2 (2003): 111-27.
________. “Epistemological Skepticism In The Novels Of Lawrence Durrell: A Study In The Development Of Postmodern Fiction And Its Subsequent Effects On Analytic Methodologies.” Thes., California State University Dominguez Hills, 2000.
________. “Extravagant Strangers and Durrell in Anthologies.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal ns 8 (2001): 231-33.
________. “Forgetting A Homeless Colonial: Gender, Religion and Transnational Childhood in Lawrence Durrell’s Pied Piper Of Lovers.” Jouvert: A Journal of Postcolonial Studies 6, no. 1-2 (2001): n.pag. (Online publication:<http://social.chass.ncsu.edu/jouvert&gt;.
________. “Foucault’s Dialectic of ‘Madness’ in Durrell’s Zero and Asylum In The Snow: The Liberations of Helplessness And The Restrictions of Freedom.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 7 (1999): 70-92.

————- “From Booster to Bolero: Post-Surrealism & Apocalyptic Anarchism” Journal of Modern Periodical Studies 4/2 2013 (This article historicizes a network of authors that coalesced around a post-surrealist aesthetic before World War II. These anarchists were destined to be overshadowed by the war, by hostile predecessors who wrote them out of history, and by progenitors who assumed the mantle of the Beats or Angry Young Men. Yet they sustained their vision from the 1940s to the 60s, and challenged the statist politics of the high modernists and Auden Generation. Anarchism was in tune with the literary interests of the 1960s, though it proved difficult for potential allies to recognize a kindred spirit.)

________. “Hellenism Between Orient and Occident?” In-Between: Essays and Studies in Literary Criticism 11, no. 1 (2002): 115-24.

——– “Hellenism/Modernism: Negotiating Modernisms and the Philhellene in Greece” in Rapatzikou, Tatiani (ed.)  Anglo-American Perceptions of Hellenism Newcastle-upon-Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing 2007

________. “Introduction: Lawrence Durrell, Text, Hypertext, Intertext.” Agora: An Online Graduate Journal 3 , no. 1 (2004): 1-2.
________. “Lawrence Durrell’s Alexandria Quartet and Colonial Knowing: Implicating Friedrich Nietzsche and Edward Said.” Lawrence Durrell Borderlands and Borderlines, Ed. Corinne Alexandre-Garner,95-112.
________, “Mothers, Fathers, Sex and Mystery: Imagining Childhood and Home in Lawrence Durrell’s Pied Piper of Lovers.” (2001): 18 pp. 2001.
________. “Noses in The Alexandria Quartet.” Notes on Contemporary Literature 34, no. 1 (2004): 2-4. (Suggests evidence of source materials in Groddeck for Semira’s nose in the Quartet.)

——— “The Personal Landscape & New Apocalypse Networks: Philhellenic, Anarchist, & Surrealist Late Modernisms” Global Review: A Biannual Special Topics Journal 1/1 (2013)

———– Personal modernisms: anarchist networks and the later avant-gardes Edmonton: University of Alberta Press, 2014

________. “The Phenomenology of Death: Considering Otto Rank, Ernest Becker and Herbert Marcuse in Lawrence Durrell’s Avignon Quintet.” Lawrence Durrell Revisited : Lawrence Durrell Revisité, Ed. Corinne Alexandre-Garner, 13-38.

———– “The Poets of The Booster, Delta, and Seven, 1937-40: Recuperating Literary Networks” ANQ: A Quarterly Journal of Short Articles, Notes, and Reviews 22/3, 2009

———– “Reading Miller’s “Numinous Cock”: Heterosexist Presumption and Queerings of the Censored Text”English Studies in Canada 34/2-3, 2008

———–“Real and Unreal Cities: The Modernist Origins of Durrell’s Alexandria” in Kaczvinsky, Donald P. (ed.) Durrell and the City: Reconstructing the Urban Landscape 2011

————- and Stevens, Michael, “A Variant of Lawrence Durrell’s Livia; or, Buried Alive & the Composition of Monsieur; or, the Prince of Darkness” in Lawrence Durrell at the Crossroads of Arts and Sciences 

———“Vassanji’s Toronto and Durrell’s Alexandria: The View from Across?” in Singh, Jaspal K. and Chetty, Rajendra (eds.) Indian Writers: Transnationalisms and Diasporas New York: Peter Lang, 2010

________. “Reading Orientalism and the Crisis of Epistemology in the Novels of Lawrence Durrell.”  CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture: A WWWeb Journal 1, no. 2 (1999): no pagination. (Electronic publication:<http://clcwebjournal.lib.purdue.edu/&gt;.
________. “Reevaluating Postcolonial Theory in Lawrence Durrell’s Alexandria Quartet.” (2001): n.pag. 2001. See: <http://www.ualberta.ca/~gifford/textsvictoria.htm&gt;.
________. “Self-Authenticity As Social Resistance: Reading Empiric Approaches to Social Identity, Self-Esteem, and Fear in Durrell’s Monsieur.” Culture and the State: Alternative Interventions, Eds. James Gifford and Gabrielle Zezulka-Mailloux , 207-19.
________. “”The Unknown Is Constant”: The Fiction and Literary Relationship of Lawrence Durrell and Henry Miller.” Diss., University of Alberta, 2006.
For an abstract of this thesis, see “Essays and Theses” page
Gifford, James and Stephen Osadetz. “Gnosticism in Lawrence Durrell’s Monsieur: New Textual Evidence for Source Materials.” Agora: An Online Graduate Journal 3, no. 1 (2004): 1-8.

Gille, Vincent. “A Letter to Lawrence Durrell.” Into the Labyrinth: Essays on the Art of Lawrence Durrell, Ed. Frank L. Kersnowski, 87-89.

Gilliat, Penelope. “Pacts and Sects.” New Yorker 45, no. 9 August (1969): 67-69. (Reviews the film “Justine” by George Cukor, based on the Alexandria Quartet.)

Gilroy, Harry, “Far From His Exotic Alexandria, Durrell Finds Joy in Disneyland”, New York Times n.d.

Gindin, James. “The Fable Begins to Break Down.” Wisconsin Studies in Comparative Literature 8, no. 1 (1967): 1-18. (This article is largely a survey of British fiction, but makes repeated references to Durrell’s Alexandria Quartet. Durrell is compared directly to Golding and is categorized with Iris Murdoch.)
________. “Some Current Fads.” Postwar British Fiction: New Accents and Attitudes James Gindin, 207-25. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1962. (Detracts from Durrell as a ‘fad’ and over-estimated writer.)

Giovannucci, Perri. “The Modernizing Mission: Literature and Development in North Africa.” Diss., University of Miami, 2005.
For an abstract of this thesis, see “Essays and Theses” page

Girodias, Maurice. J’Arrive!: Une Journee Sur La Terre. Paris: Stock, 1977. (Contains information on Lawrence & Nancy Durrell’s time in Paris and the publication of
The Black Book.)

Given, Michael. “Father of His Landscape: Lawrence Durrell’s Creation of Landscape and Character in Cyprus.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 5 (1997): 55-65.
________. “Father of His Landscape: Lawrence Durrell’s Creation Of Landscape and Character in Cyprus.” Durrell in Alexandria: On Miracle Ground IX Conference Proceedings, Ed. Shelly Ekhtiar, 286-90.

Gkountis, Konstantinos, “Lawrence Durrell et la Grece” Thesis Universite Paris-12, 2007

Glanville-Hicks, Peggy. Sappho: An Opera in Three Acts. Librettist Lawrence Durrell. Sydney: Australian Music Centre, 1965. (AMC Library number: Q 782.1/GLA 4 v.2)

Glicksberg, Charles I. “ The Fictional World of Lawrence Durrell.” Bucknell Review 11 (1963): 118-33.
________. Literature and Religion. Dallas: Southern Methodist University Press, 1960.
________. Literature and Religion: A Study in Conflict. Dallas, TX: Southern Methodist University Press , 1960. (Quotes from A Key to Modern British Poetry. See p. 42.)
________. “The Relativity of the Self: The Alexandria Quartet.” The Self in Modern Literature Charles I. Glicksberg, 89-94. University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press, 1963.

Godshalk, William Leigh. “Aspects of Lawrence Durrell.” Journal of Modern Literature 1, no. 3 (1971): 439-45.
________. “Balthazar: A Comedy of Surrogation.” Selected Essays on the Humor of Lawrence Durrell, Eds. Betsy Nichols, Frank Kersnowski, and James Nichols, 81-91.
________. “Durrell: Death, Love, and Art.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly 7, no. 5 (1984): 105-7.
________. “Lawrence Durrell’s Game in The Avignon Quintet.On Miracle Ground: Essays on the Fiction of Lawrence Durrell, Ed. Michael H. Begnal, 187-200
________. “Review: Fraser, G. S.: Lawrence Durrell: A Study.” Journal of Modern Literature (1971): 439-xx.
________. “Review: Friedman, Alan Warren: Lawrence Durrell and ‘The Alexandria Quartet’: Art for Love’s Sake.” Journal of Modern Literature (1971): 439.
________. “Review: Spirit of Place: Letters and Essays on Travel.” Journal of Modern Literature (1971): 439-xx.
________. “Sebastian: Or, Ruling Passions: Searches and Failures.” Twentieth Century Literature:  33, no. 4 (1987): 536-49.
________. “Some Sources of Durrell’s Alexandria Quartet.” Modern Fiction Studies 13, no. 3 (1967): 361-74.
________. “Some Sources of Durrell’s Alexandria Quartet.” Critical Essays on Lawrence Durrell, Ed. Alan Warren Friedman, 158-71. (Reprinted from Modern Fiction Studies 13.3 (1967), 361-367.)

Goldberg, Frederick. “The Movement Toward Survival.” diss., Emory University, 1975. (DAI 36:2808A)

Goldberg, Fredrick. “The Dark Labyrinth: Journeys Beneath the Landscape.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Newsletter 2, no. 3 (1979): 13-22.

Goldberg, Gerald Jay. “The Search for the Artist in Some Recent British Fiction.” South Atlantic Quarterly 62 (1963): 387-401.

Goldfarb, Russell M. “The Dowson Legend Today.” Studies in English Literature 1500-1900 4, no. 4 (1964): 653-62. (Analyses Dowson and Durrell’s discussion of Dowson in Key to Modern Poetry.)

Goldman, Lyn. “An Interview With Lawrence Durrell: Pennsylvania State University.” Agora: An Online Graduate Journal 3, no. 1 (2004).

Goldman, Marilyn R. “Journey Through Alexandria: Darley and the City in Lawrence Durrell’s The Alexandria Quartet.” Thes., University of Regina, 1980.

Goldschmidt, Berthold. Geseange Vom Mittelmeer. [Mediterranean Songs]. London: Boosey & Hawkes, 1996. (A setting of Durrell’s “Nemea” for Tenor and orchestra.

—————–. “Nemea.” Berthold Goldschmidt: Der Gewaltige Hahnrei / Mediterranean Songs.tenor John Mark Ainsley, Gewandhausorchester Leipzig , and conductor. Lothar Zagrosek. Entartete Musik, London: UNI / London Classics, 1994.)

Goldsworthy, V. “Representations of the Balkans in English Literature, Their Romantic Origins and Their Development Between 1894 and 1965.” Diss., University of London, Birkbeck College, 1996.

Gomme, A. W. “Review: Climax in Crete.” International Affairs 23, no. 3 (1947): 423. (Notes Durrell’s Foreword to Stephanides’ book.)

Gordon, Ambrose Jr. The Invisible Tent: The War Novels of Ford Madox Ford. Austin, TX: University of Texas Press, 1964.
________. “Time, Space, and Eros: The Alexandria Quartet Rehearsed.” Six Contemporary Novels: Introductory Essays in Modern Fiction, Ed. William O. S. Jr. Sutherland, 6-21. Austin: University of Texas Press, 1962.
________. “Time, Space, and Eros: The Alexandria Quartet Rehearsed.” Aspects of Time, Ed. C. A. Patrides, 238-49. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 1976.

Gossman, Ann. “Love’s Alchemy in the Alexandria Quartet.” Critique: Studies in Modern Fiction 13, no. 2 (1971): 83-96.
________. “Some Characters in Search of a Mirror.” Critique 8, no. 3 (1966): 79-84.

Gotch, Paul, “Living with Larry in Alexandria”, Deus Loci, the Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 13 (2012-13)

Gottesman, Ronald. Critical Essays on Henry Miller. Critical Essays on American Literature, Gen. Ed. James Nagel. New York: G.K. Hall & Co., 1992. (Durrell is mentioned repeatedly in a number of the essays and commentaries appearing
in this volume. Excerpts from Art and Outrage, his correspondence about Miller with Alfred Perles, are also included.)

Gottwald, Johannes. “Der Künstlerroman Darleys: Kontinuität in Lawrence Durrells Alexandria Quartet.” Die Neuren Sprachen 70 (1971): 319-25.

Goulden, Alban. “Review: Friedman, Alan Warren: Lawrence Durrell and The Alexandria Quartet.” West Coast Review (1970): 83-xx.
________. “In Order to Continue, The Tale Over the Teller: Durrell, Creeley, Lawrence.” Thes., Simon Fraser University, 1970.

Goulianos, Joan. “A Conversation With Lawrence Durrell About Art, Analysis, and Politics.” Modern Fiction Studies 17, no. 2 (1971): 159-66. (This interview is reprinted in Earl Ingersoll’s Lawrence Durrell: Conversations. 118-124.)
________. “The Fasting of the Heart.” Lawrence Durrell: Conversations, Ed. Earl G. Ingersoll, 118-24.
________. “In Response.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly 7, no. 5 (1984): 51-57.
________. “Landscape of the Heart.” Nation 209, no. 14 July (1969): 56-57. (Review of  Spirit of Place.)
________. “Lawrence Durrell and Alexandria.” The Virginia Quarterly Review 45, no. 4 (1969): 664-73.
________. “Review: Friedman, Alan Warren: Lawrence Durrell and ‘The Alexandria Quartet’.” Modern Fiction Studies (1971): 607-xx.
________. “Guided Tour.” New York Times Book Review, no. 4 September (1977): 7, 18. (Review of Sicilian Carousel.)

Goulianos, Joan Susan. “ Lawrence Durrell’s Greek Landscape.” Diss, Columbia University, 1968. (DAI 31:4770-71A)

Gowers, Patrick. Jupiter and Turret at the Wigmore. London: Turret Books Publishers, 1968. (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.)

Graf, Jean-Pierre, Bernard-Claude Gauthier, and Earl G. Ingersoll. “Lawrence of Arabesques: The Durrellian Galaxy.” Lawrence Durrell: Conversations, Ed. Earl G. Ingersoll, 201-12. (Translation of Graf’s and Gauthier’s interview in Construire (Zurich) 9 and 23 January 1985.)

Grant, Joanna “Journeys to Barbary: Modernism’s Middle East” Thesis, University of Rochester 2007. For an abstract of this thesis, see “Essays and Theses” page

Gray, Stephen. “Investigating a Nightingale.” Lawrence Durrell: Conversations, Ed. Earl G. Ingersoll, 76-88. (Reprint of Gray’s “Lawrence Durrell: Two Memoirs.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal. NS 4 (1995): 15-30.
________. “Lawrence Durrell: Two Memoirs.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 4 (1995): 15-30.

Green, Martin. “Lawrence Durrell: A Minority Report.” Yale Review 45, no. Summer (1960): 496-508.
________. “Lawrence Durrell: A Minority Report.” The World of Lawrence Durrell, Ed Harry T. Moore, 129-45.
________. “Lawrence Durrell II: A Minority Report.” Critical Essays on Lawrence Durrell, Ed. Alan Warren Friedman, 127-35.

Green, Peter. “A Small Blond Firework: The Fertile Limitations of Lawrence Durrell.” New Republic 219, no. 14 September (1998): 55-56, 58-60. (Ostensibly a review article on Lawrence Durrell: A Biography, Through the Dark Labyrinth: A
Biography of Lawrence Durrell and Lawrence Durrell’s Major Novels: The Kingdom of the Imagination, this article is more a personal response to Durrell’s works and his circle.)

Green, Roger. “Lawrence Durrell: The Spirit of Winged Words.” Aegean Review (Fall 1987-Winter 1987): 8-25. (Contains both an article-style commentary and an interview with Durrell.)

Grimes, Terrence L. “How Real Is the City? Townscape in The Alexandria Quartet.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly 7, no. 5 (1984): 51-68.

Gui, Lihua. “Robertson Davies’s Innovative Use of the Trilogy Form in His Fiction.” Diss., University of Toronto, 1998.

Guillemard, Colette. “Le Labyrinthe Romanesque De Lawrence Durrell.” Diss., Université de Paris III, 1980. (ISBN: 2729501088)

Gunn, Thom. “Manner and Mannerism.” Yale Review 50, no. September (1960): 128-30.

Gutwillig, Robert. “The Third Chapter in a Modern Literary Experiment.” Commonweal 70, no. 3 April (1959): 27-28. (Review of  Mountolive.)
________. “Towards an Anatomy of Love.” Commonweal 69, no. 31 October (1958): 132-33.

Gwynne, Rosalind. “Islam and Muslims in The Alexandria Quartet.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 5 (1997): 90-102.
________. “Islam and Muslims in The Alexandria Quartet.” Durrell in Alexandria: On Miracle Ground IX Conference Proceedings, Ed. Shelly Ekhtiar, 92-98.

________. “Only the City Is Real: Lawrence Durrell’s Journey to Alexandria.” Alif: Journal of Comparative Poetics 26 (2006): 1-9.

Haag, Michael. Alexandria, City of Memory London: Yale University Press, 2004

————– An Alexandrian Anthology: travel writing through the centuries Cairo: American University in Cairo Press, 2014

———“Lawrence Durrell: A Life Abroad.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 1 (1992): 8-15.

———-“Curate’s Egg on his Face: Being a Reply to Mahmoud Manzalaoui’s “Curate’s Egg: An Alexandrian Opinion of Durrell’s Quartet” ” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 14 (2016)

________. “Only the City Is Real: Lawrence Durrell’s Journey to Alexandria.” Alif: Journal of Comparative Poetics 26 (2006): 1-9.

———- “The Alexandria Quartet: From One Volume to Four” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 13 (2012-13)

———- “To Alexandria with Eve Durrell” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 11 (2008-09)

Haaland, Arild. “Flukten Fra Det Gylne Skinn. En Studie i Alexandriakvartetten (The Flight From the Golden Fleece. A Study in the Alexandria Quartet).” Samtiden (1968): 617-xx.

Haegert, John. “The Durrell-Miller Letters, 1935-1980.” Modern Fiction Studies 35 (Winter 1989): 808-10.

Hagergard, Sture. “Om Medvetandets Struktur.” Horinsont 13, no. 2 (1966): 21-23.

Hagopian, John V. “Lawrence Durrell: The Halcyon Summer.” Insight II: Analyses of Modern British Literature, Eds John V. Hagopian and Martin Dolch, 94-104. Frankfurt am Main: Hirschgraben-Verlag, 1965.
________. “The Resolution of The Alexandria Quartet.” Critique: Studies in Modern Fiction 7, no. 1 (1964): 97-106.

Halim, Hala Alexandrian Cosmopolitanism: An Archive New York: Fordham University Press, 2013

————— “The City as Feminine Principle: The Feminization of Alexandria in Durrell’s CleaDeus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 10 (2006-07)

Halio, Jay L. “Fiction About Fiction.” The Southern Review 17, no. 1 (1981): 225-34.

Hall, Ruth. “Lawrence Durrell’s First Fling.” Observer Magazine (March 1973): 41.

Hall, Tessa F. “Lawrence Durrell’s The Alexandria Quartet: Conflicting Metaphysics and the Escape From Alexandria.” Diss., University of Oxford, 1988. (DAI No.: BRD-97255.)For an abstract of this thesis, see the “Essays and Theses” page.
Hall, Tessa F. “Perspectives on Alexandria in Lawrence Durrell’s The Alexandria Quartet.” Thes., Oxford University, 1983.

Hamard, Jean-Paul. “L’Espace Et Le Temps Dans Les Romans De Lawrence Durrell.” Critique  (Paris) 16, no.156 (1960): 387-413.
________. “Lawrence Durrell: A European Writer.” Durham University Journal NS 29, no. 3 (1968): 171-81.
________. “Lawrence Durrell: Renovateur Assagi.” Critique (Paris) 17, no. 163 (1960): 1025-33.

Hamer, Mary. “Sappho Durrell.” Incest: A New Perspective Mary Hamer, 62-70. Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishers Inc., 2002. (Both Lawrence and Sappho Durrell are mentioned a number of times throughout the book, with passing reference to the Alexandria Quartet and Avignon Quintet in the “Introduction” and “Intimacy and Pleasure” chapters.)

Hammond, Andrew  “British Literary Responses to the Suez Crisis” Literature and History 22/2 (2013) ( By the 1950s, the Suez Canal was crucial for Britain’s trade in the Middle East, for its communication with overseas dependencies and for its containment of Soviet influence in Africa. The sudden nationalisation of the canal in July 1956 by Gamal Abdul Nasser, and the obstruction of British military intercession by the United States, struck a blow to the prestige of the nation that resonated in the work of British novelists for decades to come. This essay examines the discursive responses to the Suez Crisis in such texts as John Fowles’ Daniel Martin (1977), Lawrence Durrell’s The Alexandria Quartet (1957-60) and Olivia Manning’s The Levant Trilogy (1977-80), analysing its links to orientalism, anti-Americanism, Cold War hostilities and fears about British national decline.)

————– “The Red Threat’: Cold War Rhetoric and the British” in

Hammond, Andrew, The Balkans and the West: Constructing the European Other, 1945-2003 Aldershot@ Ashgate 2004 (Discusses White Eagles over Serbia)

Hamouda, Sahar. “The Figure of the Copt in Lawrence Durrell’s Alexandria Quartet and Edwar Al-Kharrat’s City of Saffron and Girls of Alexandria.” Durrell in Alexandria: On Miracle Ground IX Conference Proceedings, Ed. Shelly Ekhtiar, 100-110.

Haneya, Ken’ ichi. “Modanizumu No Keishosha.” Eigo Seinen 136, no. 12 (1991): 614-15.

Hanshell, H. D. “Two Pagans: Three Christians.” The Month: 127-30. (Reviews  On Seeming to Presume (and other poets), comparing Durrell to Vernon Watkins and Auden.)

Hardie, A. M. “An Elizabethan Note.” Times Literary Supplement 2306 (April 1946): 176. (Review of Cities, Plains and People.)

Harris, Wendell V. “Molly’s ‘Yes’: The Transvaluation of Sex in Modern Fiction.” Texas Studies in Literature and Language 10, no. 1 (1968): 107-18.

Harrison, Joseph G. “Fond Visitor, Sad Land.” Christian Science Monitor, no. 6 March (1958): 11.
________. “In Greece and Galilee.” Christian Science Monitor , no. 3 November (1960): 10B.

Hartt, Julian N. “The Travail of Erotic Man.” The Lost Image of Man Julian N. Hartt, 55-71. Louisiana: Louisiana State University Press, 1963.

Harvey, A. D. “Texts by Twentieth-Century Novelists in the Public Record Office.” Notes and Queries 46, no. 4 (1999): 493-96. (The author describes 12 unpublished nonfiction works by 20th-century British novelists that are held in the Public Record Office at Kew. These include works by Arthur Conan Doyle, Lawrence Durrell, John Masefield, Hugh Walpole, H. G. Wells, Ian Fleming, and others.)
Harvey, Andrew and Mark Matousek. “Lawrence Durrell.” Interview (March 1988): 119-20.

Hasan, Mohamed Y. M. “Images of the “Other” in The Alexandria Quartet: Encounters and Self-Explorations.” Durrell in Alexandria: On Miracle Ground IX Conference Proceedings, Ed. Shelly Ekhtiar,312-22.

Hasan, Zia. “Incest Over the Ages: A Comparison Between ‘Tis Pity She’s a Whore and The Alexandria Quartet.” Literary Criterion 20, no. 3 (1985): 39-48.

Hashem, Evine. “The City: A Unifying Element in Lawrence Durrell’s Justine.” Images of Egypt in Twentieth Century Literature, Ed Hoda Gindi, 77-89. Cairo: University of Cairo, Department of English Language & Literature, Faculty of Arts, 1991.

Haslam, Robert “Introduction to Emended Readings: A Survey of British Criticism on Durrell”Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 13 (2012-13)

————– “Weaving East and West: The Quincuncial Structure in Monsieur — A Reader’s Guide”Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 13 (2012-13)

Hassan, A. F. “Lawrence Durrell and The Alexandria Quartet: Influences Shaping His Fiction.” Thes., Durham University, 1981.

Hassan, Ihab. The Literature of Silence: Henry Miller and Samuel Beckett. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1967.

Hassan, Raja Faruk. “Lawrence Durrell’s Use of the City.” Thes., University of New Brunswick, 1970.

Hassoun, Jacques. “Je Suis Un Etranger – I Am a Foriegner: An Emblem: Respect for the Other.” Durrell in Alexandria: On Miracle Ground IX Conference Proceedings, Ed. Shelly Ekhtiar, 52-58.
________. “Rêver Idéologiquement D’Alexandrie.” Lawrence Durrell: Actes Du Colloque Pour L’Inauguration De La Bibliothèque Durrell, Ed. Corinne Alexandre-Garner, 51-57.

Hauer, T. “Heidegger, Durrell, Rorty – Asketici Knezi a Soukrome Komentare.” Filozofia 51, no. 8 (1996): 495-507.

Hauge, Ingvar. “Lawrence Durrell Fram Til Aleksandriak-Vartetten (Lawrence Durrell Before the Alexandria Quartet).” Samtiden: Tidsskrift for Politikk, Litteratur Og Samfunnsspørsmål 71 (1962): 220-226.

Hawkes, John. “Looking for That Sacred Wiggle.” Lawrence Durrell: Conversations, Ed. Earl G. Ingersoll, 234-38. (Reprint of Hawkes’ conversation, Begnal, Michael H. ed. “Lawrence Durrell and John Hawkes: Passages from a Dialogue at Pennsylvania State University.” Twentieth Century Literature: 33.3 (1987), 411-415.)
Hawkins, Desmond. “The Black Book.” Criterion 18, no. 71 (1939): 316-18.
________. “Views and Reviews: The Amateur Publisher.” The New English Weekly (June 1938): 225-26. (Reviews a number of little magazines, noting Durrell’s works in three: Seven, Proems, and transition.)

Hawkins, Joanna Lynn. “A Study of the Relationship of Point of View to the Structure of The Alexandria Quartet by Lawrence Durrell.” Diss., Northeastern University, 1965. (DAI 26:3338-39)

Hawkins, Tiger Tim. Eve: The Common Muse of Henry Miller and Lawrence Durrell. San Francisco: Ahab Press, 1963.

Hawthorne, Mark D. “The Alexandria Quartet: The Homosexual As Teacher/Guide.” Twentieth Century Literature 44, no. 3 (1998): 328-48.

Heacock, Roger “The Framing of Empire: Cyprus and Cypriots through British Eyes, 1878-1960” Cyprus Review 23/2 (2011) (Perceptions of people and events in Cyprus on the part of some of the formal and informal agents of the metropolis during the eighty-two years of British rule are the object of this paper, based on a close reading of a mix of historical records, official documents, newspaper reporting literary accounts and autobiographies. A composite image of the country and its various linguistic groups emerges, as drawn by the scions of empire during their stay. Through the texts of officials and authors like Ronald Storrs and Lawrence Durrell, as well as articles in the Times of London and the framing and interpretation of census data, by way of examples, it will be seen to what degree a racialised discourse was present (as in the cases of colonial Algeria or mandatory Palestine), the ways in which it distinguished between Greeks and Turks, and how it evolved and declined over time, most notably with the approach of the island’s independence. A historicised colonial discursive model is proposed.)

Heje, Johan. “Lawrence Durrell Og Hans Spejlkabinet (Lawrence Durrell and His Toybox).” Vindrosen (1960): 261-xx.

Henig, Suzanne. “Lawrence Durrell: The Greatest of Them All.” Virginia Woolf Quarterly 2, no. 1-2 (1975): 3-12. (Includes a photograph on page 3.)
________. “Marc Alyn, The Great Supposer.” Virginia Woolf Quarterly 1, no. 4 (1973): 92.

Henkle, Roger B. “Pynchon’s Tapestries on Western Walls.” Modern Fiction Studies 17, no. 2 (1971): 207-20. (Durrell’s Quartet is compared to Pynchon’s V. on p. 211.)

Henn, Francis “A Note on Bitter Lemons House” Contemporary Review  289 (2007) (A personal narrative is presented which describes the author’s stay at Bitter Lemons, the former home of writer Lawrence Durrell, in Cyprus.)

Herbert, James. Modern English Novelists. Folcroft, PA: Folcroft Press, 1970. (Originally published in Tokyo by Kenkyusha, 1960.)

Herbrechter, Stefan. “Durrell – Auto/Bio/Graphie.” Lawrence Durrell Revisited : Lawrence Durrell Revisité, Ed. Corinne Alexandre-Garner, 191-202.
________. “Durrell, Encounter, Deconstruction.” Agora: An Online Graduate Journal 3, no. 1 (2004): 1-31.
________. “Lawrence Durrell and the Canon: ‘Receiving’ The Avignon Quintet.” Durrell in Alexandria: On Miracle Ground IX Conference Proceedings, Ed. Shelly Ekhtiar, 324-33.
________. “Lawrence Durrell, Postmodernism and the Ethics of Alterity.” Diss., University of Wales, Cardiff, 1997.
________. Lawrence Durrell, Postmodernism and the Ethics of Alterity. Postmodern Studies, 26. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1999.
________. “Postmodernism Et Post-Écriture: L’Histoire De Durrell.” Lawrence Durrell: Actes Du Colloque Pour L’Inauguration De La Bibliothèque Durrell, Ed. Corinne Alexandre-Garner, 243-61.
________. “Postwriting: Intertextuality and the End of History in Durrell, Swift and Barnes.” In-Between: Essays and Studies in Literary Criticism 11, no. 2 (2002): 241-62.

Hickey, Bernard. “’Until Eleven, Marvellous Memories’: Lawrence Durrell, a Commonwealth Writer; Festschrift for Janez Stanonik.” Literature, Culture and Ethnicity: Studies on Medieval, Renaissance and Modern Literatures, Ed Mirko Jurak, 93-97. Ljubljana: 1992.

Hicks, Granville. “Crown for a Majestic Work.” Saturday Review 43, no. 2 April (1960): 15.
________. “The End of Freedom for Felix.” Saturday Review 51, no. 13 April (1968): 37-38.

Higdon, David Leon. Shadows of the Past in Contemporary British Fiction. Athens, Georgia: University of Georgia Press, 1985.

Highet, Gilbert. “The Proud, Sensual, Elegant, Depraved, Witty, Illusionless Alexandrians of Lawrence Durrell.” Horizon 2, no. March (1960): 113-18.

Hills, Norman L. “Durrell, Lawrence (George).” Twentieth-Century Science-Fiction Writers. 2nd ed., Ed. Curtis C. Smith, 167-69. Chicago: St. James Press, 1986.

Hirst, Anthony. “’The Old Poet of the City’: Cavafy in Darley’s Alexandria.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal ns 8 (2001): 69-94.
________. “”The Old Poet of the City”: Cavafy in Darley’s Alexandria.” Lawrence Durrell and the Greek World, Ed. Anna Lillios, 106-19.
Hirst, Anthony and Michael Silk. Alexandria: Real and Imagined. Aldershot: Ashgate Publishing Ltd., 2004. (Contains several references to Durrell in four chapters.)

Hitchins, Christopher. Hostage to History: Cyprus From the Ottomans to Kissinger. London: Verso, 1997. (Hitchins refers to Durrell a number of times and makes a point of responding to Durrell’s 1987 comment in The Aegean Review condemning British policy on Cyprus.)

Hodgkin, Joanna Amateurs in Eden : the story of a Bohemian Marriage: Nancy and Lawrence Durrell London: Virago 2012 (The author is the daughter of Nancy Myers-Durrell by her second marriage)

—————–“Time Tasted : Nancy & Lawrence Durrell in Corfu” Nexus: The International Henry Miller Journal 9 (2012) (The article describes Nancy Durell’s painting that was first singled out by Henry Miller. It states that Nancy did watercolors because they were more portable than oils. A poem that Nancy and Lawrence Durell had been reading reportedly inspired one of her oil paintings, a forest fire in reds and purples with abstract animals racing through the flames. The author is Nancy Durrell’s daughter by her second marriage)
Hogarth, Paul. The Mediterranean Shore: Travels in Lawrence Durrell Country. London: Pavilion Books Ltd., 1988.

Holborow, Wendy. “A Ramble in Corfu Sixty Years On From Durrell.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal ns 8 (2001): 233-39.

Hollahan, Eugene. “A Great Mine of Forms.” Studies In The Literary Imagination 24, no. 1 (1991): 1-7.
________. “Who Wrote Mountolive? The Same One Who Wrote ‘Swan in Love’.” On Miracle Ground: Essays on the Fiction of Lawrence Durrell, Ed Michael H. Begnal, 113-32.
________. “Who Wrote Mountolive? The Same One Who Wrote “Swann in Love”.” Studies in the Novel 20, no. 2 (1988): 167-85.

Holmes, John. “Self-Portrait in Metre.” New York Times Book Review, no. 31 July (1960): 12.

Holst-Warhaft, Gail. “Song, Self-Identity, and the Neohellenic.” Journal of Modern Greek Studies 15, no. 2 (1997): 232-38.

Honor, Mary. “Larry – Our Friend.” Library Research News ns 3, no. 2 (1993): 1-2.

Hood, Richard. “Hermetica, Relativity, and Place in The Alexandria Quartet.” Lawrence Durrell: Actes Du Colloque Pour L’Inauguration De La Bibliothèque Durrell, Ed. Corinne Alexandre-Garner, 73-89.

Hoops, Wiklef. Die Antinomie Von Theorie Und Praxis in Lawrence Durrells Alexandria Quartet: Eine Strukturuntersuchung. Frankfurt: Peter Lang, 1976.
________. “Lawrence Durrell.” Englische Literatur Der Gegenwart in Einzeldarstelllungen, Ed. Horst W. Drescher, 250-280. Stuttgart: Kröner, 1970.

Hope, Francis. “Strange Enough.” New Statesman 79, no. 27 March (1970): 450-451. (Review of Nunquam.)

Hordequin, Paul. Les Vingt-Trois Siecles De Lawrence Durrell : Essai. H. Veyrier, 1977.

Hough, Graham. “Auld Lang Syne.” London Review of Books 5, no. 22-23 (1983): 14.

Houston, John Porter. “Literature and Psychology: The Case of Proust.” L’Esprit Createur 5, no. Spring (1965): 3-13.

Howard, Ron. “The Plays of Lawrence Durrell.” Balcony 5 (1966): 43-47.
________. “The Plays of Lawrence Durrell.” The Sydney Review 5 (1966): 43-47.

Howarth, Herbert. “Lawrence Durrell and Some Early Masters.” Books Abroad 37 (Winter 1963): 5-11.
________. “Lawrence Durrell Snapped in a Library.” London Magazine ns 12, no. 1 (1972): 71-84.
________. “A Segment of Durrell’s Quartet.” University of Toronto Quarterly 32 (1963): 282-93.

Howlett, Jacques. “Le Livre De La Semaine: Balthazar.” Les Lettres Nouvelles 2 (1959): 19-20.
________. “Romans Etrangers: Justine.” Les Lettres Nouvelles, no. January-March (1958): 290-292.

Hughes, Alice and Marthe Nochy. “The Paintings of Lawrence Durrell: An Interview With Marthe Nochy.” Into the Labyrinth: Essays on the Art of Lawrence Durrell, Ed. Frank L. Kersnowski, 135-39.

Hughes, Sean. “Freudianizing the Mythical Substance: The Oedipus Myth in Lawrence Durrell’s Alexandria Quartet” Thesis, Radford University, Virginia 1997

————“Justine and The Great Gatsby: Two N-Dimensional Novels.” S B Academic Review: A Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies and Research 5, no. 1 (1996): 27-36.

Hungerford, Edward A. “Durrell’s Mediterranean Paradise.” Studies in the Literary Imagination 24, no. 1 (1991): 57-69.
________. “Theodore Stephanides: Man and Poet.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly 7, no. 5 (1984): 229-34.

Husband, Janet. Sequels: An Annotated Guide to Novels in Series. Chicago: American Library Association, 1982. (Durrell is mentioned for The Alexandria Quartet and The Revolt of Aphrodite, which is identified only as Tunc and Nunquam. There is no reference to the Avignon Quintet.)

Hussein, Ahmed Tawfiek. “The Representation of the Arab World by Twentieth Century English Writers: Lawrence Durrell, Edna O’Brien and Jonathan Raban.” Diss., University of Glasgow, 1989.

Hutchens, Eleanor N. “The Heraldic Universe in The Alexandria Quartet.” College

I.K. “Reviews of Music” Music & Letters 32/2 (1951) (Reviews several new artsongs, including Southam’s setting of Durrell’s ‘Nemea’.)

Ikonomou-Agorasou, IoannaIngalls, Jeremy. “The Classics and New Poetry.” The Classical Journal 40, no. 2 (1944): 77-91.

Ingersoll, Earl G. “Honoring Form, Even If the Reader Goes Hungry.” Lawrence Durrell: Conversations, Ed. Earl G. Ingersoll, 63-69. (Translated from “Lawrence Durrell vous parle” in Réalités 178 (November 1960), 105. The original interviewer is not listed in the original, but another translation appeared as “Lawrence
Durrell : An Exclusive Interview” in Réalités 125 (April 1961): 63-64 & 74.)
________. “Introduction.” Lawrence Durrell: Conversations, Ed. Earl G. Ingersoll, 9-17.
________. Lawrence Durrell: Conversations. ed. and introd. Earl G. Ingersoll. Cranbury, NJ: Associated University Presses, 1998.
________. “Mise-En-Abyme in The Avignon Quintet.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 3 (1994): 113-19.
________. “The Postmodernism of The Alexandria Quartet.” Durrell in Alexandria: On Miracle Ground IX Conference Proceedings, Ed. Shelly Ekhtiar, 334-39.
________. “Review.” Studies in the Novel 31, no. 4 (1999): 517-21. (Review of Durrell biographies by MacNiven and Bowker, with comments on Durrell’s interviews.)

Ionescu, Mihai Cornel. “Alexandria: Eros, Agape, Agon.” Secolul 20 (1968): 12-xx.

Ionoaia, Eliana “‘Mother’ India and ‘Father’ England – The Transnational Identity in Lawrence Durrell’s Pied Piper of Lovers” University of Bucharest Review: Literary & Cultural Studies Series 4/2 (2014) (For Walsh Clifton, the protagonist of Durrell’s novel, negotiating a transnational identity will necessarily embed the feminine India on his mother’s side and patriarchal England on his father’s. This negotiation will take him from the country of his birth – his motherland in colonial India – to the fatherland in England. The writer’s own experience as a colonial and his tense relation with England were in part the inspiration for his first novel published in 1935. Consequently, his love-hate relationship with England was fraught with doubts and Durrell called the lifestyle there the “English death”. Walsh Clifton’s ambivalence regarding his colonial identity is revealed through his encounters and interactions with Indians and other Europeans, but more importantly, through his visit to England. Thus, the writer reveals Clifton’s alienation and his sense of loss. The collision of his two identities occurs in his motherland and in his fatherland, thus the protagonist is unable to reconcile and reclaim the two homelands. Consequently he is stuck in a transnational in-between dealing with a ubiquitous conflict.)

Isernhagen, Hartwig. “Die Hähne Attikas: Lawrence Durrell Und Wolfgang Hildesheimer.” Arcadia 8, no. 1 (1973): 45-54.
________. “Lawrence Durrell.” Der Englische Roman Der Gegenwart, Eds Rudiger Imhof and Annegret Maack, 32-52. Tubingen, Francke: Francke, 1987.
________. Sensation, Vision and Imagination: The Problem of Unity in Lawrence Durrell’s Novels. Bamberg: Bamberger Fotodruck, 1969.

Ishiguro, Kazuo and Oe Benzaburo. “The Novelist in Today’s World: A Conversation.” Boundary 2 18, no. 3 (1989): 109-22. (Durrell is mentioned on page 118 by Oe, but “Lawrence” is spelled “Laurence.”)

Jackson, Paul R. “Henry Miller, Emerson, and the Divided Self.” American Literature 43, no. 2 (1971): 231-41.

Jacobson, Jens Kristian Steen. “Transience and Place: Exploring Tourists’ Experience of Place.” Nordlit: Arbeidstidsskrift i Litteratur Og Kultur Det Humanistiske Fakultet, Universitetet i Tromsø 1 (1997): 23-45.

Jacquin, Bernard. “Nord/Sud, Orient/Occident: La Double Fracture De L’Espace Romanesque Chez Lawrence Durrell.” Cycnos, Nice, France (Cycnos) 7 (1991): 63-75.

Jamuna, B. S. “’A Look in the Eye of the Mind’: Durrell and Taoism.” S B Academic Review: A Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies and Research 5, no. 1 (1996): 37-40.

Jary, Sheena Melissa, “Check-Mating the Self: The Parallax of (Un)Freedom through the Lens of the Nash Equilibrium in Lawrence Durrell’s “Heraldic Universe” ” Thesis, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby BC 2014

Jasanoff, Maya. “Cosmopolitan: A Tale.” Common Knowledge 11, no. 3 (2005): 393-409.

Jean, Raymond. “Lawrence Durrell Ou Le Temps Délivré.” Cahiers Du Sud, no. December-January (1960): 445-48.

Jenkins, Alan. “Anti-Home Thoughts From Abroad.” Times Literary Supplement 4104, no. 27 November (1981): 1397-98. (Review of Literary Lifelines, A Smile in the Mind’s Eye and Collected Poems 1931-1974.)

Jennings, Elizabeth. “Lawrence Durrell: The Vision of the Observer.” Seven Men of Vision: An Appreciation Elizabeth Jennings, 81-109. London: Vision Press, 1976. (Focuses almost exclusively on Durrell’s poetry and its relationship to Greece.)

Jensen, Finn. “Karen Blixen and Lawrence Durrell.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal ns 9 (2003): 161-68.

Johnson, Ann Schwertfeger. “Lawrence Durrell’s ‘Prism-Sightedness’: The Structure of The Alexandria Quartet.” Diss., University of Pennsylvania, 1967.

Johnson, Buffie. “Personal Reminiscences of Lawrence Durrell.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Newsletter 5, no. SI 1 (1981): 66-74. (Reprinted in Twentieth Century Literature: 33.3 (1987): 287-292.)

Johnson, Pamela Hansford. “New Novels.” New Statesman 56, no. 25 October (1958): 567. (Review of Mountolive. )

Johnston, Elizabeth Lee. “The Alexandria Quartet: Love As Metphysical Enquiry.” Thes., University of British Columbia, 1976.

Jones, Leslie W. “’Selected Fictions’: The Intersection of Life and Art in The Alexandria Quartet.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Newsletter 2 , no. 1 (1978): 11-23.

Jong, Erica. The Devil at Large. London: Chatto & Windus, 1993. (Durrell is mentioned frequently in this book about Henry Miller.)
________. “Larry Durrell, Pagan Provence, and Miller’s Vast Ghost.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 1 (1992): 16-18.

Juin, Hubert and Earl G. Ingersoll. “Letting the Reader Loose on the Work.” Lawrence Durrell: Conversations, Ed. Earl G. Ingersoll, 39-43. (Translation of the interview “Paroles Avec Lawrence Durrell” from Les Lettres Francaises (Paris). 17 December 1959.)

Junker, Howard. “The Lava Tongue.” Newsweek 71, no. 8 April (1968): 126A-B.
(Review of Tunc.)

Kaczvinsky, Donald P. “Lawrence Durrell: Conversations.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 6 (1998): 202-5. (Review of Ingersoll’s book of the same title.)
________. “’Bringing Him to the Lure’: Postmodern Society and the Modern Artist’s Felix Culpa in Durrell’s Tunc/Nunquam.” South Atlantic Review 59, no. 4 (1994): 63-76.
________. “Classical and Medieval Sources for Lawrence Durrell’s Livia.” Notes on Contemporary Literature 23, no. 2 (1993): 11-12.

——— Durrell and the City: Collected Essays on Place Madison NJ: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 2012
________. “Durrell and the Political Unrest: Paris, May 1968.” In-Between: Essays and Studies in Literary Criticism 11, no. 2 (2002): 171-79.
________. “Durrell’s The Dark Labyrinth.” The Explicator 46, no. 3 (1988): 42-44.
________. “The Kingdom of the Imagination: A Study of the Major Novels Of Lawrence Durrell.” Diss., Pennsylvania State University.
________. Lawrence Durrell’s Major Novels, or The Kingdom of the Imagination. London: Associated University Presses, 1997.

———- “Memlik’s House and Mountolive’s Uniform: Orientalism, Ornamentalism, and The Alexandria Quartet” Contemporary Literature 48/1 (2007)

________. “Panic Spring and Durrell’s ‘Heraldic’ Birds of Rebirth.” Lawrence Durrell: Comprehending the Whole, Eds Julius Rowan Raper, Melody L. Enscore, and Paige Matthey Bynum, 33-44.
________. “A Source for Durrell’s Darley.” Journal of Modern Literature 15, no. 4 (1989): 592-94.
________. “Through the Dark Labyrinth: A Biography of Lawrence Durrell.Modernism/Modernity 5, no. 2 (1998): 183-84. (Review article of Gordon Bowker’s biography.)
________. “’The True Birth of Free Man’: Culture and Civilization in Tunc-Nunquam.” On Miracle Ground: Essays on the Fiction of Lawrence Durrell, Ed. Michael H. Begnal, 140-152.
________. “When Was Darley in Alexandria? A Chronology for The Alexandria Quartet.” Journal of Modern Literature 17, no. 4 (1991): 591-94.

———- “‘Where the Blue Algonquin Flows’: Durrell, New York, and the American ‘Spirit of Place'” in Kaczvinsky, Donald P. (ed. and introd.) Durrell and the City: Collected Essays on Place

Kahane, Jack. Memoirs of a Bootlegger. London : Michael Joseph Ltd., 1939. (Durrell, along with Miller, is mentioned on three occasions. Primarily, Durrell is mentioned with regard to The Black Book and the Villa Seurat Series.)

Kakigahara, Mie. “Alexandria Shijuso No Kozo.” English Literature and Language (Tokyo) 10 (1973): 133-45.

Kameyama, Masako. “Lawrence Durrell—A Sketch.” Collected Essays by the Members of the Faculty, 32-49. Kyoritsu, Japan: Kyoritsu Women’s Junior College, 1968.

Kaplan-Maxfield, Thomas. “My Short Life With Lawrence Durrell.” Poets & Writers Magazine 20, no. 5 (1992): 47-55. (Kaplan-Maxfield recounts his developing friendship with Durrell during Durrell’s later years and his own early development as a writer.)

Kaplan, Robert D. “Teach Me, Zorba.” Travelers’ Tales Greece: True Stories, Eds. Larry Habegger, Sean O’Reilly, and Brian Alexander, 50-56. San Francisco: Travelers’ Tales Inc, 2000. (The work is an extract from Kaplan’s Balkan Ghosts: A Journey Through History. New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1993.
________. “Teach Me, Zorba. Teach Me to Dance!” Balkan Ghosts: A Journey Through History Robert D. Kaplan, 249-59. New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1993. (Durrell is discussed mostly at the beginning of the chapter, and his home in Rhodes is
also mentioned very briefly in the following chapter.)

Karagiorgos, Panos. Lawrence Durrell and the Greek World: Proceedings of the Conference Session of July 5, 2000. Corfu, Greece: Ionian University, 2000.
________. “A Recently Discovered Letter of Lawrence Durrell to Marie Aspioti.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 7 (1999): 199-202.
________. “An Unpublished Letter of Durrell to Marie Aspioti.” Lawrence Durrell and the Greek World, Ed. Anna Lillios, 57-61.

Kararah, Azza. “Egyptian Literary Images of Alexandria.” Alexandria: Real and Imagined, Eds. Anthony Hirst and Michael Silk, 307-21.

Karl, Frederick R. “Lawrence Durrell: Physical and Metaphysical Love.” A Reader’s Guide to the Contemporary English Novel Frederick R. Karl, 40-61. New York: Farrar, Straus & Giroux, 1962. (The 1972 edition adds a description of Tunc and Nunquam in the Postscript.)

Katope, Christopher G. “ Cavafy and Durrell’s “The Alexandria Quartet”.” Comparative Literature 21 (1969): 125-37.

Kaufman, Barbara. “Once Upon A Time: Training Tales in Family Therapy.” Diss., Nova University, 1992.
For an abstract of this thesis, see “Essays and Theses” page
________. “In Pursuit of Aesthetic Research Provocations.” The Qualitative Report 1, no. 4 (1992): n.pag. (Online: http://www.nova.edu/ssss/QR/QR1-4/kaufman.html)
________. “Training Tales in Family Therapy: Exploring the Alexandria Quartet.” The Journal of Marital and Family Therapy 21, no. 1 (1995): 67-66.

Kawano, Yoshihide. “A Note on Lawrence Durrell’s Early Works, I: With Special References to The Black Book.” Bulletin of Daito Bunka University: The Humanities 22 (1984).

Kay, Helen Mary. “Lawrence Durrell’s Avignon Quintet: A Book of Miracles.” Diss., Michigan State University, 1987.

Kayintu, Ahmet, “Lawrence Durrell’ın Eserlerinde Türk İmgesi” University of Gaziantep Journal of Social Sciences 10/2 (2011) (This study seeks to explore the images of Turks as a non-European other in the works of Lawrence Durrell. In his works, Durrell shows how representations of cultural difference are inextricably linked to representations of sexual difference. Thus Durrell’s Europeans are surrounded with an aura of colonial power, erotic potency, and easy penetration into the spaces of the other while Turks are represented as feminized, emasculated and humiliated. The images of the European White man and non- are dependent on the negative image of Turks, the other. In exactly the same way, Istanbul is presented as a city of decadence and decay, a place where decent human values broken down and where individuals survive by their wits ability to dodge or swindle.)

Kazin, Alfred. “Lawrence Durrell’s Rosy-Finger’d Egypt.” Contemporaries Alfred Kazin, 188-92. Boston: Little, Brown & Co., 1962. (Reprinted in Friedman Critical Essays on Lawrence Durrell.)

Keeley, Edmund. “Byron, Durrell, and Modern Philhellenism.” Lawrence Durrell: Comprehending the Whole, Eds Julius Rowan Raper, Melody L. Enscore, and Paige Matthey Bynum, 111-17.
________. “D. H. Lawrence’s ‘The Argonauts’: Mediterranean Voyagers With Crescent Feet.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly 5, no. 3 (1982): 9-13.
________. “George Seferis.” Writers at Work, the Paris Review Interviews, Fourth Series, Ed. George Plimpton, 147-78. New York: Viking Press, 1976. (Durrell and Miller are both discussed on pp. 164-165.)
________. “Inventing Paradise: An Exclusive Excerpt.” Odyssey: The World of Greece November/December (1999): 59-60. (Excerpt from Keeley’s Inventing Paradise.)
________. Inventing Paradise: The Greek Journey, 1937-47. New York: Farrar, Straus & Giroux, 1999. (An article by Keeley, “Miller, Durrell and Their Greek Friends, 1939-1947,” covers much of the same material and appeared in Deus Loci NS 6 (1998): 133-157.)
________. “Lawrence Durrell’s Last Journey.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 1 (1992): 123-26.
________. “Miller, Durrell, and Their Greek Friends, 1939-1947.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 6 (1998): 133-57.

Keen, Kelly. “”Slender and Naked As an Easter Lily”: Passion and Purification in Lawrence Durrell’s The Alexandria Quartet.Durrell in Alexandria: On Miracle Ground IX Conference Proceedings, Ed. Shelly Ekhtiar, 198-202.

Keery, James. “The Burning Baby and the Bathwater.” PN Review 30, no. 5 (2004): 63-66.

Keller, Isabelle [Keller-Privat]. “Alexandrie, Ville Mythique, Ville Rêvée : Entre Vérité Et Poésie.” Les Cahiers Durrelliens 1 (2004): 101-16.
________. “L’Anamorphose Dans L’Oeuvre Romanesque De Lawrence Durrell.” Diss., Université de Toulouse-Le Mirail, 2002.
For an abstract of this thesis, see “Essays and Theses” page.
________. “Between Eastern and Western History: ‘Our Here and Now Become Your Everywhere’.” In-Between: Essays and Studies in Literary Criticism 11, no. 2 (2002): 211-22.

——— « Between the lines »: l’écriture du déchirement dans la poésie de Lawrence Durrell  Paris: Presses Universitaires de Paris Ouest 2015 (Ce travail constitue la première étude approfondie de l’ensemble de la poésie de Lawrence Durrell. Partant des premiers recueils, publiés en 1943, et allant jusqu’au dernier recueil de poésie publié en 1973, cette étude tente de remonter la genèse de l’écriture poétique de Lawrence Durrell et de mettre au jour les réseaux symboliques, les techniques stylistiques, les principes esthétiques et philosophiques qui président à l’élaboration de la poétique durrellienne. La lecture de la poésie de Lawrence Durrell devient ainsi indissociable de l’appréhension d’une poétique complexe qui régit prose et poésie. Le va-et-vient constant entre les différents recueils est soutenu par une analyse détaillée d’extraits de poèmes, de textes de fiction, de récits et d’essais qui mettent en lumière l’héritage littéraire de Lawrence Durrell, fortement influencé par les poètes romantiques et modernes anglais, tout autant que par les poètes français. Tentant de définir la spécificité de la poésie durrellienne, cet ouvrage essaye d’appréhender également le concept même de poésie dont la définition, sans cesse interrogée par l’auteur, est à la source d’une quête esthétique et philosophique qui pose, fondamentalement, la question de la place de l’homme dans l’univers.)

________. “Caesar’s Vast Ghost: Aspects of Provence: La Mosaïque Infinie Des Formes Durrelliennes.” Lignes De Fuite : Récits De Voyage De La Littérature Anglophone, Ed. J. Vivies, 149-68. Aix: Publications de l’Université de Provence, 2003.
________. “Conclusion.” Lawrence Durrell Borderlands and Borderlines, Ed. Corinne Alexandre-Garner, 153-57.

——— “A circle with no circumference” in Alexandre-Garner C (ed.) Lawrence Durrell at the Crossroads of Arts and Sciences 2010


——— “L’écriture de la folie dans Le Quintette d’Avignon de Lawrence Durrell” Revue Nasledje 14/2 (2009)

________. “L’Écriture Musicale Chez Lawrence Durrell.” Musiques Et Littératures : Intertextualités, Caliban A. M. Harmat , 295-304. Toulouse: Presses Universitaires du Mirail, 2002.

——— “Empreintes de l’euphémisme dans Quaint Fragments & A Private Country de Lawrence Durrell: la musique du silence” in J Denis and J Manuel (eds.) Empreintes de l’Euphémisme. Tours et détours Paris: L’Harmattan 2010

——– “L’envers du décor durrellien: l’hypotexte sadien du Quintette d’Avignon” Etudes Britanniques Contemporaines: Revue de la Société d’Etudes Anglaises Contemporaines 34 (2008)

________. “Finding One’s Way Through ‘the List of Viable Selves’ or Lawrence Durrell’s Lesson in Detachment From ‘the Most Fragile of Illusions’.” Impersonality and Emotion in Twentieth-Century British Literature, Eds. Christine Reynier and Jean-Michel Ganteau, 155-65. Montpellier: Université Montpellier III, 2005.

———- “‘L’île de la Rose’ de Lawrence Durrell : aux confins du voyage, l’île palimpseste” in C Reynier (ed.) Les Artistes anglo-américains et la Méditerranée Paris: Houdiard 2010

———- “‘In my end is my beginning’: The paradigm of resurgence in The Revolt of Aphrodite” La résurgence, Bulletin de la Société de Stylistique Anglaise 31 (2008)

———- ““It is not meaning that we need but sight’: A Study of Lawrence Durrell’s Red Limbo Lingo as a Poetic and Symbolic Quest for Freedom” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 14 (2016)

———— “Outline for a Commentary on Lawrence Durrell’s ‘Lyric'” in E Doumeric and W Harding (eds.) An Introduction to Poetry in English  Toulouse: Presses Universitaires du Mirail 2007

——— “Poetry and the myth of creation” in Doumeric and Harding eds. An Introduction to Poetry in English

———– “Poetry at the risk of criticism in Key to Modern Poetry by Lawrence Durrell”Interférences Littéraire / Literaire Interferenties 15 (2015)

“A Portrait of Durrellian Cities: The Anamorphic Blurring of Cityscapes.” Lawrence Durrell Revisited : Lawrence Durrell Revisité, Ed. Corinne Alexandre-Garner, 133-54.

________. “’Pro CREATION Re CREATION’ (Nunquam 91): The Doomed Kingdom in Lawrence Durrell’s Revolt of Aphrodite.” Culture and the State: Alternative Interventions, Eds. James Gifford and Gabrielle Zezulka-Mailloux , 225-40.
________. “Prospero’s Cell Et Bitter Lemons of Cyprus—Aux Fronti!res De La Fiction Et Du Récit De Vie : Les Îles De La Création.” Lignes D’Horizon : Récits De Voyage De La Littérature Anglaise, Ed. J. Vivi!s, 187-205. Aix: Publications de l’Université de Provence, 2002.

———— “‘Reality and dream again became coeval, time and space commingled’: A study of the character of Constance in The Avignon Quintet as the keystone to Lawrence Durrell’s Buddhist continuum” Bulletin de la Société de Stylistique Anglaise 26 (2005)

————–“‘The Signs of a New Chaos’: L’Exploration d’une réalité nouvelle dans The Black Book de Lawrence Durrell”Imaginaires: Revue du Centre de Recherche sur l’Imaginaire dans les Littératures de Langue Anglaise 12 (2008)

——– “Tu Quoque : la dualité énonciative dans Le Quintette d’Avignon de Lawrence Durrell” Bulletin de la Société de Stylistique Anglaise 28 (2007)

________. “’With Only His Eyeballs for Probes’: Looking Into the Buddhist Intertext in The Avignon Quintet by Lawrence Durrell.” Lawrence Durrell Borderlands and Borderlines, Ed. Corinne Alexandre-Garner, 129-43.

Keller, Jane. “Durrell’s Ode on the Olive.” Lawrence Durrell and the Greek World, Ed. Anna Lillios, 298-308.

Keller, Jane Eblen. “Deux Réfugiés D’Eux-Mêmes: The Bitter Necessity of Exile for Lawrence Durrell and Georges Simenon.” Lawrence Durrell: Actes Du Colloque Pour L’Inauguration De La Bibliothèque Durrell, Ed. Corinne Alexandre-Garner, 223-42.
________. “Incest! The Deviance of the Day.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 2 (1993): 166-71.
________. “Nearer the Moon: The Unexpurgated Diary of Anais Nin, 1937-1939.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly NS 7 (1999): 180-183.
________. “Romantic Love and the New Woman: Differing Notions in the Work of Anais Nin and Lawrence Durrell” Anais: An International Journal 16 (1998): 103-12.

—————“‘Some Impossible Union’: Lawrence Durrell, Anais Nin, and the Idea of Romantic Love” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 10 (2006-07)

________. “Fourth Dimension.” Review of English Literature (London) 1, no. 2 (1960): 73-77.
________. “Spirit of Place; Sicilian Carousel (Re-Issues).” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 6 (1998): 225-35.
________. “A Strange Brotherhood of Saints: In Search of America With Henry Miller and Georges Simenon.” Durrell in Alexandria: On Miracle Ground IX Conference Proceedings, Ed. Shelly Ekhtiar, 150-155.

Kelley, Margot. “Gender in Genre: The Case of the Novel-in-Stories.” American Women Short Story Writers: a Collection of Critical Essays, Ed. Julie Brown, 295-310. New York: Garland, 2000. (Cornelia Nixon described Lawrence Durrell (in interview) as an influence on her form.)

Kellman, Steven G. “The Fiction of Self-Begetting.” MLN 91, no. 6 (1976): 1243-56.
________. “One Quartet and Four Notebooks.” The Self-Begetting Novel Steven G. Kellman, 93-100. New York: Columbia University Press, 1980.
________. “The Reader In/Of The Alexandria Quartet.” Studies in the Novel 20, no. 1 (1988): 78-85.
________. “Sailing to Alexandria: The Reader in/of Durrell’s Byzantine Quartet.” Into the Labyrinth: Essays on the Art of Lawrence Durrell, Ed. Frank L. Kersnowski, 117-24.
________. “The Self-Begetting Novel.” Western Humanities Review 30, no. 2 (1976): 119-28.

Kelly, John C. “Lawrence Durrell’s Style.” Studies: An Irish Quarterly Review 52, no. Summer (1963): 199-204.
________. “Lawrence Durrell: The Alexandria Quartet.” Studies: An Irish Quarterly Review 52, no. Spring (1963): 52-68.

Kemp, Peter. “Five Sides and Two Dimensions.” The Listener, no. 30 May (1985): 31-32.

Kenedy, R. C. “Lawrence Durrell: Tunc – Nunquam.” Art International 14, no. 7 (1970): 23-29 & 80.

Kennedy, J. Gerald. “Place, Self, and Writing.” Southern Review 26, no. 3 (1990): 496-516.

Kermode, Frank. “Durrell and Others.” Puzzles and Epiphanies: Essays and Reviews Frank Kermode, 214-27.
London: Kegan and Paul, 1962.
________. “Durrell’s Alexandria Quartet.” Critical Essays on Lawrence Durrell, Ed. Alan Warren Friedman, 110-116. (Reprint from Puzzles and Epiphanies.)

________. “The New Novelists.” London Magazine 5, no. 11 (1958): 21-25. (Expanded in Kermode’s “Durrell and Others” in Puzzles and Epiphanies: Essays and Reviews.)
________. “Romantic Agonies.” London Magazine 6, no. 1 (1959): 51-55.

Kersnowski, Frank.”The Alexandria Quartet: A Reconsideration” Sewanee Review 118/3 (2010)

________. “Durrell’s Cockerel: Caesar’s Vast Ghost.” Trickster’s Way 2, no. Special (2003): n.pag.
________. “Melissa and Her Resonances: The Light and Dark of Desire.” Durrell in Alexandria: On Miracle Ground IX Conference Proceedings, Ed. Shelly Ekhtiar, 204-8.
________. “Sometimes a Windmill Really Is a Giant: Reflections on Miguel De Cervantes, Lawrence Durrell, and C. W. Spinks.” Trickster and Ambivalence: The Dance of Differentiation, Ed C. W. Spinks, 71-78. Madison, WI: Atwood Publishing, 2001.
________. “Authorial Conscience in Tunc and Nunquam.” On Miracle Ground: Essays on the Fiction of Lawrence Durrell, Ed Michael H. Begnal, 133-39.
________. “B Is for Babylon and Banana Peel.” Selected Essays on the Humor of Lawrence Durrell, Eds. Betsy Nichols, Frank Kersnowski, and James Nichols, 61-70.
________. “Chronology.” Into the Labyrinth: Essays on the Art of Lawrence Durrell, Ed. Frank L. Kersnowski, 3-6.
________. “Durrell’s Diplomats: Inertia Where Is Thy Sting?”Into the Labyrinth: Essays on the Art of Lawrence Durrell Frank L. Kersnowski, 51-62.
________. “In Memory of Lawrence Durrell 1912-1990.” Critique: Studies in Contemporary Fiction 32, no. 3 (1991): 147-48. (Obituary)
________. “In Memory of Lawrence Durrell 1912-1990.” The Sewanee Review 99, no. Spring (1991): 272-74.
________. Into the Labyrinth: Essays on the Art of Lawrence Durrell. Challenging the Literary Canon. Ann Arbor: UMI Research Press, 1989.
________. “Lawrence Durrell at Le Dome.” Key West Review 1, no. 2 (1988): 33-41.
________. “Paradox and Resolution in Durrell’s Tunc and Nunquam.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly 7, no. 1 (1983): 1-13.
Kersnowski, Frank L. and James R. Nichols. “Introduction.” Selected Essays on the Humor of Lawrence Durrell, Eds. Betsy Nichols, Frank L. Kersnowski, and James R. Nichols, 5-9.

Khattab, Abdul Qader Abdullah. “Encountering the Non-Western Other in Lawrence Durrell’s The Alexandria Quartet.” Diss., Ohio University, 1999. (DAI No.: DA9923667.)

Kihlman, Christer. “Lawrence Durrell Och Den Modernen Romanen (Lawrence Durrell and the Modern Novel).” Nya Argus 55 (1962): 139-41. (Vander Closter notes “Kihlman refers to a not otherwise mentioned article, Goran Palm’s ‘Frya steg till verkligheten’ (Four Steps to Reality, Bonniers Litterara Magasin, 1960), as the most
comprehensive essay on Durrell published in Swedish” (141).)

Killoh Ellen Peck. “The Woman Writer and the Element of Destruction.” College English 34, no. 1 (1972): 31-38.

King, Francis. “Stylishness.” The Spectator October 16 (1982): 22-23.

King, James Roy. “Durrell’s Alexandria Quartet: The Moment in Space.” The Literary Moment As a Lens on Reality James Roy King , 181-202. Columbia: University of Missouri Press, 1983.
________. “Inside Time.” The Literary Moment As a Lens on Reality James Roy King, 203-9. Columbia: University of Missouri Press, 1983.

Kinser, William. “Musings on Durrell’s Paintings.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly 7, no. 5 (1984): 227-28.

Kinzer, Stephen. “Bitter Memories of a Love Affair With Cyprus.” New York Times (New York), 15 April 1998, A, 4.

Kirby Smith Carruthers, Virginia. “’Memory’s Seditious Brew’: Mythic Resonances in Durrell’s Greek Poetry.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 5 (1997): 127-36.

Klironomos, Martha. “The Poetics and Politics of Consciousness: Durrell’s Alexandria Quartet.” Diss., McGill University, 1988.

Knerr, Anthony. “Regarding a Checklist of Lawrence Durrell.” Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America 55 (1961): 142-52.

Knight, W. F. Jackson. “The After-Life in Greek and Roman Antiquity.” Folklore 69, no. 4 (1958): 217-36. (Discusses Durrell’s “Do Dreams Live on When Dreamers Die?”)

Koger, Grove. “1981-1982 Durrell Bibliography.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly 7, no. 3 (1984): 25-32.
________. “Naxos Tapes.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 6 (1998): 210-211. (Review of Naxos audio books of the four volumes of The Alexandria Quartet.)
________. “Some Contributions to the Lawrence Durrell Bibliography.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Newsletter 3, no. 3 (1980): 11-20.

Koger, Grove and Susan S. MacNiven. “Durrell Bibliography: 1983-1985.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 1 (1992): 153-72.
________. “Durrell Bibliography: 1986-1988.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 2 (1993): 175-99.
________. “Durrell Bibliography: 1989-1990.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 4 (1995): 172-89.

Kopper Jr., Edward A. “A Note on the Religious Imagery in The Alexandria Quartet.” Studies in the Twentieth Century 10, no. Fall (1972): 115-20.

Korg, Jacob. “Time, Space and Poetry.” Nation 175, no. 29 November (1952): 249. (Review of  A Key to Modern Poetry.)

Kostelanetz, Richard. On Contemporary Literature: An Anthology of Critical Essays on the Major Movements and Writers of Contemporary Literature. New York: Books for Libraries Press, 1971.(Originally published by Avon Books in New York, 1964.)

Kostkowska, Justyna. “Physics and the “Alexandria Quartet” by Lawrence Durrell.” Zagadnienia Rodzajow Literackich 32, no. 2 (1989): 83-96.

Kothandaraman, Bala. “The Comic Dimension in The Alexandria Quartet.” Osmanian Journal of English Studies 9, no. 1 (1972): 27-37.

Kreuiter, Allyson, ” City and landscape of remembering: The visual textual palimpsest of Alexandria in Lawrence Durrell’s Justine and Balthazar”  Scrutiny2: Issues in English Studies in Southern Africa 17/2 (2012) (Lawrence Durrell’s The Alexandria Quartet is a tetralogy which explores the multi-perspectival nature of truth and reality. Using the first two novels, Justine and Balthazar, this article will briefly explore the palimpsestic surface traces of Alexandria and surrounding landscape as they are recalled through the memories of the character-narrator Darley. The inscription of these memories will be seen as many-coloured, prismatic, intangible and unstable, creating a city and landscape that are neither real nor unreal, but heterotopic. The article will examine how recall of the past visually and textually maps the city and its landscape through the stylistic use of metaphoric and painterly imagery within the palimpsest of memory.)

———— “The elegant velvet glove: A textual and visual reading of the gothicised female form in Lawrence Durrell’s ‘The Alexandria Quartet‘” Thesis, Amsterdam School for Cultural Analysis, 2014 For an abstract of this thesis, see “Essays and Theses” page

———- “The flâneuse and the City as uncanny home in Lawrence Durrell’s The Alexandria Quartet Literator 36/1 (2015)

———- “Waterscapes as Other Spaces in Lawrence Durrell’s The Alexandria QuartetJournal of Literary Studies/Tydskrif vir Literatuurwetenskap 31/4 (2015)

Krikos-Davis, Katerina. “Seferis As Essayist.” Ithaca: Books From Greece 5 (2000): 8-9.(Briefly discusses Durrell in relationship to Seferis’ European colleagues.)

Kruppa, Joseph E. “Durrell’s Alexandria Quartet and the “Implosion” of the Modern Consciousness.” Modern Fiction Studies 13, no. 3 (1967): 401-16.

Kums, Guido. Fiction, or the Language of Our Discontent: A Study of the Built-in Novelists in Novels by Angus Wilson, Lawrence Durrell and Doris Lessing. European University Studies, Series 14, Anglo-Saxon Language and Literature, 140. Frankfurt: Peter Lang, 1985.
(Durrell is discussed in an independent section of the complete work, as well as
throughout the work. See pp 49-125)

Kvam, Ragnar. “Lawrence Durrell.” Vinduet 14 (1960): 232-40.
________. “Ny Engelsk Prosa (New English Prose).” Samtiden 69 (1960): 549-47.

LaCarrière, Jacques. “Lettre à Lawrence Durrell.” Lawrence Durrell: Actes Du Colloque Pour L’Inauguration De La Bibliothèque Durrell, Ed. Corinne Alexandre-Garner, 33-36.

Lacoue-Labarthe, Judith. “’Not Translate, but Transplant’: Ambassades Du Récit (Dans Les Ambassadeurs De Henry James, Le Quatuor D’Alexandrie De Lawrence Durrell Et Au-Dessous Du Volcan De Malcolm Lowry).” Revue De Littérature Comparée 74, no. 1 (2000): 55-74.

Lampert, Gunther. Symbolik Und Leitmotivik in Lawrence Durrells Alexandria Quartet.
1974.

Langell-Miliaras, Barbara, “Mirrors in the Sun: The Travel Writing of D. H. Lawrence and Lawrence Durrell” Etudes Lawrenciennes 32 (2005)

Lappin, Linda, “Books And Islands On Reading Lawrence Durrell In Greece”Writer’s Chronicle 46/6 (2014)

Lear, Edward. Lear’s Corfu: An Anthology Drawn From the Painter’s Letters and Prefaced by Lawrence Durrell. Eds. Lawrence Aspioti Marie Durrell. Corfu, Greece: Corfu Travel, 1965. (Durrell’s “Preface” lists Marie Aspioti as the editor of this anthology of Lear’s letters and artworks, although she is not mentioned elsewhere in the volume. In contrast, 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.”)

Leatham, John. “Durrell on Rhodes.” Lawrence Durrell and the Greek World, Ed. Anna Lillios, 145-52.

 

Lebas, Gérard. “The Fabric of Durrell’s Alexandria Quartet.” Caliban 8 (1971): 139-50.
________. “Lawrence Durrell’s Alexandria Quartet and the Critics: A Survey of Published Criticism.” Caliban (Toulouse) 6 (1969): 91-114.
________. “The Mechanisms of Space-Time in The Alexandria Quartet.” Caliban 7 (1970): 79-97.

Lee, C. P. “The Island of Rhodes.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal ns 9 (2003): 158-60.

Leena, N. “Oriental Influences on Lawrence Durrell’s Attitude to Sex.” Diss., Mahatma Gandhi University, S.B. College, 2003.

Legat, Michael. “Durrell, Lawrence.” The Illustrated Dictionary of Western Literature Michael Legat. New York: Continuum, 1987.

Leitman, Carolyn Laura. “Romantic Self-Consciousness in Certain Novels of Hawthorne, Conrad, and Durrell.” Diss., Case Western Reserve University, 1976.
(DAI 37:5110-11A)

Lemon, Lee T. “The Alexandria Quartet: Form and Fiction.” Wisconsin Studies in Contemporary Literature 4, no. 3 (1963): 327-38.
________. “Durrell, Derrida, and the Heraldic Universe.” Lawrence Durrell: Comprehending the Whole, Eds Julius Rowan Raper, Melody L. Enscore, and Paige Matthey Bynum, 62-69.
________. “Durrell’s Major Works: Classic Forms for Our Time.” Into the Labyrinth: Essays on the Art of Lawrence Durrell, Ed. Frank L. Kersnowski, 151-62.
________. “The Imagination of Reality: The Reality of Imagination.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 1 (1992): 37-44.
________. “Lawrence Durrell: The Uses of Uncertainty.” Portraits of the Artist in Contemporary Fiction Lee T. Lemon, 1-43. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1985.

Lennon, John M. “Pursewarden’s Death: A Stray Brick From Another Region.” Modern Language Studies 4, no. 1 (1976): 22-28.

Lenzi, John Noel. “Myth and the Daimonic Voice in The Avignon Quintet.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 1 (1992): 57-60.

Leonard, F. S. and Jennifer L. Leonard. “The Pivotal Role of the Invert: A Comparison of the Quartets of Lawrence Durrell and Paul Scott.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 1 (1992): 91-96.

Leonard, Jennifer L. “Days and Nights on the Grand Trunk Road.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 6 (1998): 218-21. (Review of Weller’s book of the same title.)

Lerman, Leo. “Prelude to the Quartet.” Saturday Review 43 (October 1960).
________. “Shifting Prisms in a Durrell Scape.” Saturday Review 42, no. 21 March (1959): 26-27.

Leroy, Richard King, “Characters as functions of landscape in seven poems by Lawrence Durrell” Thesis, University of Richmond, 1973

Leslie, Ann. “This Infuriating Man—Lawrence Durrell.” Irish Digest 82 (1965): 67-70.

Levi, Peter. “Lawrence Durrell’s Greek Poems.” Labrys 5 (1979): 101-3.

Levidova, I. “A ‘Four-Decker’ in Stagnant Waters.” Anglo-Soviet Journal 23, no. Summer (1962): 39-41.

Levitt, Morton P. “Art and Correspondences: Durrell, Miller, and The Alexandria Quartet.” Modern Fiction Studies 13, no. 3 (1967): 299-318.
________. “From a New Point of View: Studies in the Contemporary Novel.” Diss., Pennsylvania State University, 1965.

Lewis, Nancy W. “The Alexandria Quartet and the Motion of the Field: Drifting, Exploding, Regrouping.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly 7, no. 5 (1984): 145-54.
________. “Lawrence Durrell and Olivia Manning: Egypt, War, and Displacement.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 4 (1995): 97-104.

——– “Lawrence Durrell and the Postcolonial Context” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 10 (2006-07)
________. “Two Thematic Applications of Einsteinian Field Structure in The Alexandria Quartet.” Deus  Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly 5, no. SI 1 (1981): 242-43.
________. “Two Thematic Applications of Einsteinian Field Structure in The Alexandria Quartet.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly 6, no. 1 (1982): 1-10.
________. “Lawrence Durrell’s Alexandria Quartet and the Rendering of Post-Einsteinian Space.” Diss., University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1976.(DAI 37:7143-44A)

Lewis, P. “Speaking Out, Bearing Witness: 15 Recent Works of Poetry, Prose and Nonfiction.” Stand Magazine 32, no. 2 (1991): 74-83.

Lewis, Tina. “Commentary.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly 7, no. 5 (1984): 171.

Lillios, Anna. “The Alexandrian Mirages of Durrell and Cavafy.” Lawrence Durrell and the Greek World, Ed. Anna Lillios, 120-128.
________. “The Alexandrian Mirages of Durrell and Cavafy: Cavafy’s Refracted Views of the City.” Durrell in Alexandria: On Miracle Ground IX Conference Proceedings, Ed. Shelly Ekhtiar, 60-65.
________. “’The Blue of Greece’: Durrell’s Images of an Adopted Land.” Studies in the Literary Imagination 24, no. 1 (1991): 71-82.
________. “Discovering the Algebra of Love.” Lawrence Durrell: Conversations, Ed. Earl G. Ingersoll, 243-44.
________. “Durrell’s Paris.” Lawrence Durrell: Actes Du Colloque Pour L’Inauguration De La Bibliothèque Durrell, Ed. Corinne Alexandre-Garner, 143-51.
________. “Interview With Lawrence Durrell: State College, Pennsylvania, April 11, 1986.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 2 (1993): 3-6.
________. “Introduction.” Lawrence Durrell and the Greek World, Ed. Anna Lillios, 13-32.
________. “Lawrence and Gerald Durrell in Prospero’s Corfu.” Essays on the Humor of Lawrence Durrell, Eds. Betsy Nichols, Frank Kersnowski, and James Nichols, 10-21.
________. Lawrence Durrell and the Greek World. London: Associated University Presses, 2004.

———— “Lawrence Durrell’s Alexandria: The City as Nexus” in D Kaczvinsky (ed.) Durrell and the City: Collected Essays on Place

_______. “Love in Lawrence Durrell’s Alexandria Quartet.” Diss., University of Iowa, 1986. Dr Lillios asked us not to publish the abstract of her thesis on this website. The abstract can be seen at: http://www.lawrencedurrell.org/bibliog/biblio-a.pdf.

Lis, Merleen O’Connor. “ The Writer’s Digest Interview: Lawrence Durrell.” Writer’s Digest 55 (1975): 18-20.

Littlejohn, David. “The Anti-Realists.” Daedalus 92, no. Spring (1963): 250-264. (Reprinted in Interruptions. New York: Grossman, 1970. pp. 17-33.)
________. “The Anti-Realists.” Interruptions David Littlejohn, 17-33. New York: Grossman, 1970.
________. “Henry Miller and Lawrence Durrell.” Interruptions David Littlejohn, 73-81. (Reprinted from The Reporter, 1963)
________. “Lawrence Durrell: The Novelist As Entertainer.” Motive 23 (1962): 14-16.
________. “The Permanence of Durrell.” The Colorado Quarterly 14, no. 1 (1965): 63-71.
________. “The Permanence of Durrell.” Interruptions David Littlejohn, 82-90. (Reprinted from The Colorado Quarterly 14.1 (1965), 63-71.)

Litwack, D. M., “Darley’s Discovery: A Study of the Bildungsroman Aspect and the Relativity Metaphor in Lawrence Durrell’s The Alexandria Quartet” Thesis, Roosevelt University, Chicago 1970

Lodge, David. “Le Roman Contemporain En Angleterre.” La Table Ronde, no. 179 (1962): 80-92.

Loercher, Diana. “Tuned to Place.” Christian Science Monitor, no. 17 July (1969): 11. (Review of Spirit of Place.)

Logan, William. “In Something Trivial.” Times Literary Supplement, no. 5391 (July 2006): 27. (Review of Selected Poems edited by Peter Porter.)

Lombardo, Agostino. “Il Quartetto Di Alessandria.” Terza Programma (Rome) 6 (1962): 186-92.

Lorenz, Paul. “Gerald Durrell: The Authorized Biography and Himself and Other Animals: A Portrait of Gerald Durrell.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly ns 7 (1999): 175-79. (Review of Botting’s biography and Hughes’ book of the same titles.)
________. “Heraclitus Against the Barbarians: John Fowles’s The Magus.Twentieth Century Literature 42, no. 1 (1996): 69-87.
________. “The Alexandria Quartet in Family Therapy.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 5 (1997): 210.
________. “Angkor Wat, the Kundalini, and the Quinx: The Human Architecture of Divine Renewal in the Quincunx.” Lawrence Durrell: Comprehending the Whole, Eds. Julius Rowan Raper, Melody L.Enscore, and Paige Matthey Bynum, 161-71.
________. “’Durrelliana’: An Illustrated Checklist of Inscribed Books of LAWRENCE DURRELL and GERALD DURRELL and Associated Publications, Letters and Notes in the Library of Jeremy J.C. Mallinson.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly NS 7 (1999): 190-192. (Review of Mallinson’s book of the same title.)
________. “Faust Revisited: Lawrence Durrell’s An Irish Faustus.” Publications of the Mississippi Philological Association (1993): 85-90.

——– “From the Interior City: The White Negro Thinking in Pidgin” in D Kaczvinsky (ed.) Durrell and the City: Collected Essays on Place

_______. “From Pub Story to a Story of Civilization: The Evolution of Lawrence Durrell’s Egypt.” Lawrence Durrell Revisited : Lawrence Durrell Revisité, Ed. Corinne Alexandre-Garner, 39-52.
________. “The Gnostic Connection to the Templar Treasure in Lawrence Durrell’s Avignon Quincunx.” S B Academic Review: A Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies and Research 5, no. 1 (1996): 11-17.
________. “Melissa: From Conon the Philosopher to the Banker Affad and Beyond.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 3 (1994): 60-74.

——– “The Metamorphosis of London in the Writing of Lawrence Durrell” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 14 (2016)

______. “”O World of Little Mirrors in the Light”: Al-Khemi in The Avignon Quintet.” Durrell in Alexandria: On Miracle Ground IX Conference Proceedings, Ed. Shelly Ekhtiar, 340-347.
________. “’O World of Little Mirrors in the Light’: Al Khemia in The Avignon Quintet.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 6 (1998): 104-17.
________. “Paths to Metamorphosis: The Quest for Whole Sight in Contemporary British Fiction.” Diss., University of Houston, 1988.
For an abstract of this thesis, see “Essays and Theses” page
________. “Quantum Mechanics and the Shape of Fiction: ‘Non-Locality’ in the Avignon Quincunx.” Weber Studies: An Interdisciplinary Humanities Journal 14, no. 1 (1997): 123-33. (Also an online publication. See: <http://weberstudies.weber.edu/archive/archive%20B%20Vol.%2011-
16.1/Vol.%2014.1/14.1Lorenz.htm>.)
________. “Technology and Survival in the World of Self in the Fiction of Lawrence Durrell.” Lawrence Durrell: Actes Du Colloque Pour L’Inauguration De La Bibliothèque Durrell, Ed. Corinne Alexandre-Garner, 155-64.
________. “Who Is This Larry Durrell Character Anyway? The Author Fictionalized.” Thalia: Studies in Literary Humor 15, no. 1-2 (1995): 24-31.

Lowenkron, David Henry. “The Metanovel.” College English 38, no. 4 (1976): 343-55.

Lund, Mark. “Query, What’s Been Made of Virginian Woolf?” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 6 (1998): 240-241.
________. “Lindsay Clarke and A. S. Byatt: The Novel on the Threshold of Romance.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 2 (1993): 151-59.
________. “Sackcloth to Cloth-of-Gold: Durrell’s Alchemical Quartet.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 1 (1992): 45-56.

Lund, Mary Graham. “The Alexandrian Projection.” Antioch Review 21, no. 2 (1961): 193-204.
________. “The Big Rock Crystal Mountain.” Four Quarters 11, no. May (1962): 15-18.
________. “Durrell: Soft Focus on Crime.” Prairie Schooner 35 (Winter 1961): 339-44.
________. “Eight Aspects of Melissa: An Air of Mystery.” Forum (University of Houston) 3, no. 9 (1962): 18-22.
________. “Submerge for Reality: The New Novel Form of Lawrence Durrell.” Southwest Review 44 (1959): 229-35.
________. “The Winepress of Love.” Liberation Summer (1958): 31-33.

Lyons, Eugene. “Thematic Problems in Lawrence Durrell’s Alexandria Quartet.” Diss., University of Virginia, 1969.

Lyons, Eugene and Harry T. Antrim. “The First of the New Romantics.” Lawrence Durrell: Conversations, Ed. Earl G. Ingersoll, 105-17. (Reprint of Lyons, Eugene and Antrim, Harry T. “An Interview With Lawrence Durrell.” Shenandoah 22.2 (1971), 42-58.)
________. “An Interview With Lawrence Durrell.” Shenandoah 22, no. 2 (1971): 42-58.

Lytle, Andrew Nelson. “The Hero With the Private Parts.” The Hero With the Private Parts: Essays Andrew Nelson Lytle, 42-59. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 1966.
________. “Impressionism, the Ego, and the First Person.” Daedalus 92 (1963): 281-96. (Reprinted in The Hero With the Private Parts: Essays. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State
University Press, 1966.)

Mablekos, Carole. “Lawrence Durrell’s Tunc and Nunquam: Rebirth Now or Never.” The Sphinx: A Magazine of Literature and Society 4, no. 1 (1981): 48-54.

Mablekos, Carole Marbes. “The Artist As Hero in the Novels of Joyce Cary, Lawrence Durrell, and Anthony Burgess.” Diss., Purdue University, 1974. (DAI 36:880A)

Mabro, Robert. “Alexandria 1860-1960: The Cosmopolitan Identity.” Alexandria: Real and Imagined, Eds. Anthony Hirst and Michael Silk, 247-62.

MacClintock, Lander. “Durrell’s Plays.” The World of Lawrence Durrell, Ed Harry T. Moore, 66-86.

MacDonald, Ann Carton, “Spirit of Place: The Role of Landscape in the Poetry of Lawrence Durrell” Thesis, Carleton University, Ottawa 1988 For an abstract of this thesis, see “Essays and Theses” page

Mackworth, Cecily. Ends of the World. New York: Carcanet, 1987.
________. “Lawrence Durrell and the New Romanticism.” Twentieth Century 167, no. March (1960): 203-13. (Reprinted in Moore, Harry T., Ed. The World of Lawrence Durrell.)
________. “Lawrence Durrell and the New Romanticism.” The World of Lawrence Durrell, Ed Harry T. Moore, 24-37.
________. “Montparnasse and 18 Villa Seurat.” Twentieth Century Literature: 33, no. 3 (1987): 274-79.

Maclay, Joanna Hawkins. “The Interpreter and Modern Fiction: Problems of Point of View and Structural Tensiveness.” Studies in Interpretation Esther M. Doyle and Virginia Hastings Floyd, 155-69. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1972.

MacNiven, Ian S. “Commentary.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly 7, no. 5 (1984): 113.
________. “A Critical Friendship: Lawrence Durrell and Henry Miller.” Into the Labyrinth: Essays on the Art of Lawrence Durrell, Ed. Frank L. Kersnowski, 11-21.
________. “Criticism and Personality: Lawrence Durrell – Anais Nin.” Anais: An International Journal 2 (1984): 95-100.
________. “Dr. Theodore Stephanides (1896-1983).” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly 6, no. 4 (1983): 1-6.
________. The Durrell-Miller Letters, 1935-80.Lawrence Durrell and Henry Miller. London: Faber & Faber, 1988.
________. “Emblems of Friendship: Lawrence Durrell and David Gascoyne.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 2 (1993): 131-33.

——– “Found on the Cutting Room Floor: Left Out of the Biography” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 14 (2016)

_______. “Friends Abroad: Memories of Lawrence Durrell, Freya Stark, Patrick Leigh-Fermor, Peggy Guggenheim and Others.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly NS 7 (1999): 193-96. (Review of Cardiff’s book of the same title.)

——- “The Genesis of a Novelist”, Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 10 (2006-07)

_______. “In The Footsteps of the Durrells.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 6 (1998): 242-43. (While not explicitly a review, this ‘note’ discusses Paipetti’s In the Footsteps of Lawrence Durrell and Gerald Durrell in Corfu (1935-39).)
________. “Introduction: The Achievement of Lawrence Durrell.” Twentieth Century Literature 33, no. 4 (1987): 431-35.
________. “Introduction to Bitter Lemons.” Bitter Lemons Lawrence Durrell, 1-10. New York: Marlowe & Co., 1996.
________. “Lawrence and Durrell: ‘On the Same Tram’.” D.H. Lawrence’s Literary Inheritors, Eds Keith Cushman and Dennis Jackson, 61-72. New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1991.
________. Lawrence Durrell: A Biography. London: Faber & Faber, 1998.
________. “Lawrence Durrell and the Nightingales of Sommieres.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly 7 , no. 5 (1984): 235-39.
________. “The Lawrence Durrell Collection.” ICarbS 1, no. 1 (1973): 10-25.
________. “Lawrence Durrell Discovers Greece.” Studies in the Literary Imagination 24, no. 1 (1991): 83-99.
________. “Lawrence Durrell: Writer of East and West.” S B Academic Review: A Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies and Research 5, no. 1 (1996): 7-10.
________. “A Map of Durrell’s Inner World?” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly 4, no. 4 (1981): 7-10.

——— “The Moral Durrell” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 11 (2008-09)

________. “Mirror of Crises: The Poetry of Lawrence Durrell.” Critical Essays on Lawrence Durrell, Ed. Alan Warren Friedman, 81-103.
________. “Photographs: Durrell in New York.” Passager 5 (1991): 16-17.
________. “Pied Piper of Death: Method and Theme in the Early Novels.” On Miracle Ground: Essays on the Fiction of Lawrence Durrell, Ed. Michael H. Begnal, 24-40.
________. “The Quincunx Quiddified: Structure in Lawrence Durrell.” The Modernists: Studies in a Literary Phenomenon. Essays in Honour of Harry T. Moore, Eds. Lawrence B. Gamache and Ian S. MacNiven, 234-48. Rutherford, NJ: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 1987.
________. “A Room in the House of Art: The Friendship of Anais Nin and Lawrence Durrell.” Mosaic: A Journal for the Interdisciplinary Study of Literature 11, no. 2 (1978): 37-57. (The journal issue also contains a photo of Durrell and the image of a letter about Nin in his hand on page 35.)
________. “Sowerby’s Fantasy: A Possible Source?” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 7 (1999): 203.
________. “Steps to Livia: The State of Durrell’s Fiction.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly 5, no. 1 (1981): 330-347.
________. “Ur-Durrell.” Lawrence Durrell: Comprehending the Whole, Eds. Julius Rowan Raper, Melody L. Enscore, and Paige Matthey Bynum, 11-21.
________. “Vladimir Volkoff: Biographical Note.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly 7, no. 4 (1984): 3-4.
MacNiven, Ian S. and James A. Brigham. “Commentary.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly 7, no. 5 (1984): 235-39.

MacNiven, Ian S., Mark F. Lund, and James R. Nichols. “Commentary.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly 7, no. 5 (1984): 127-28.

MacNiven, Ian S. and Harry T. Moore. “Introduction.” Literary Lifelines: The Richard Aldington-Lawrence Durrell Correspondence, Eds. Ian S. MacNiven and Harry T. Moore, vii-xvii. New York: Viking Press, 1981.
________. Literary Lifelines: The Richard Aldington-Lawrence Durrell Correspondence.Lawrence Durrell and Richard Aldington. New York: Viking Press, 1981.

MacNiven, Ian S. and Carol Peirce. “Introduction.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly 7, no. 5 (1984): 11-12.
________, Eds. “Lawrence Durrell Issue, I & II.” Twentieth Century Literature: 33, no. 3-4 (1987).
________. “Lawrence Durrell: Man and Writer.” Twentieth Century Literature 33, no. 3 (1987): 255-61.

MacNiven, Ian S. and Lawrence J. Shifreen. “Commentary.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly 7, no. 5 (1984): 124.

MacNiven, Ian S. and H. R. Stoneback. “Commentary.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly 7, no. 5 (1984): 161-92.

MacNiven, Susan and Ian MacNiven. “Margaret Durrell Remembers…: A Dialogue on Corfu.” Lawrence Durrell and the Greek World, Ed. Anna Lillios, 36-45.

MacNiven, Susan S. “Gerald Malcolm Durrell: 7 January 1925 – 30 January 1995.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 4 (1995): 3-5.
________. “A Matinee Idyll?” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 2 (1993): 163-64.
________. “The Other Durrell: Oscar Epfs.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly 7, no. 5 (1984): 223-26.

MacNiven, Susan S. and Ian S. MacNiven. “Margaret Durrell Remembers: A Dialogue on Corfu.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal ns 8 (2001): 3-25. (The text is of a dialogue on July 4, 2000, in the Old Fortress in Corfu Town.)

 Magome, Kiyoko, “Transition from Modernist to Postmodernist: Lawrence Durrell’s and Vladimir Nabokov’s Musico-Literary Quartets” Notes on Contemporary Literature 39/5 (2009)

Mahmoud, Rania M., “Fictions of Revolution: Empire and Nation in Lawrence Durrell, Naguib Mahfouz, John Wilcox, and Bahaa Taher”, Thesis, University of Washington, Seattle 2014  For an abstract of this thesis, see “Essays and Theses” page

Mailer, Norman. “Foreword.” Genius and Lust: A Journey Through the Major Writings of Henry Miller Norman Mailer, ix-xv. New York: Grove Press, 1976. (Durrell is mentioned and discussed at a number of other points in the volume.)

Maiorani, Arianna. “Lawrence Durrell (1912-1990).” Multicultural Writers Since 1945: An A-to-Z Guide, Eds. Alba Amoia and Bettina L. Knapp, 179-83. Westport, CT: Greenwood, 2004.

Mair, John. “Review: Pied Piper of Lovers.” Janus 1, no. 1 (1936): 29.

Mallinson, Jeremy J. C. “Durrelliana”: An Illustrated Checklist of Inscribed Books of LAWRENCE DURRELL and GERALD DURRELL and Associated Publications, Letters and Notes in the Library of Jeremy J.C. Mallinson. Jersey, Channel Islands: Bigwoods Premier Printers Ltd., 1999.

Malouf, David. “Thirsty Work. Review of Lawrence Durrell ‘Prospero’s Cell’.” Bulletin 14 July (1962): 40.

Malpas, Jeff. “A Taste of Madeleine: Notes Towards a Philosophy of Place.” International Philosophical Quarterly 34, no. 4 (1994): 433-51. (Durrell is discussed briefly with regard to character and place.)

Mandel, Siegried. “In Search of the Senses.” Saturday Review 40, no. 21 September (1957): 39-40.

Manguel, Alberto. “The Novelist As Poet.” Books in Canada 12, no. 3 (1983): 11-12.

Manning, Olivia. “Poets in Exile.” Horizon 10, no. 58 (1944): 270-279.

Manzalaoui, Mahmoud. “Alexandria Still: Forster, Durrell, and Cavafy.” Modern Language Review 75, no. 2 (1980): 375-78. (Review of Jane Lagoudis Pinchin’s Alexandria Still.)
________. “Curate’s Egg: An Alexandrian Opinion of Durrell’s Quartet.” Etudes Anglaises 15, no. 3 (1962): 248-60. (Reprinted in Friedman Critical Essays on Lawrence Durrell.)
________. “Curate’s Egg: An Alexandrian Opinion of Durrell’s Quartet.” Critical Essays on Lawrence Durrell, Ed. Alan Warren Friedman, 144-57.
________. “Mouths of the Sevenfold Nile: Modern Egypt in English Fiction.” Studies in Arab History: The Antonius Lectures, 1978-87, Ed. Derek Hopwood, 131-50. New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1990.

Marechal, Gayle Patrick. “Time in the Alexandria Quartet.” Thes., University of North Texas, 1976.

Markert, Lawrence W. “Commentary.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly 7, no. 5 (1984): 39-41.
________. “’The Pure and Sacred Readjustment of Death’: Connections Between Lawrence Durrell’s Avignon Quintet and the Writings of D. H. Lawrence.” Twentieth Century Literature:  33, no. 4 (1987): 550-564.
________. “Symbolic Geography: D. H. Lawrence and Lawrence Durrell.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly 5, no. SI 1 (1981): 90-101.

Markert, Lawrence W. and Carol Peirce, eds. Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly. Vol. 7, no. 5. Kelowna: 1984.

Markle, Fletcher. “Teaching Your Characters That They’Re More or Less Free.” Lawrence Durrell: Conversations, Ed. Earl G. Ingersoll, 99-104.(Transcription of “Telescope: Lawrence Durrell by Himself,” directed by Rene Bonniere
and moderated by Markle. Aired 7 November 1968 on the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.)

Martin, Kingsley. “Paradise Lost.” New Statesman 54, no. 27 July (1957): 120-121.

Marzouk, Nabila, “Lawrence Durrell and Naguib Mahfouz – A Contrast in Cultural Attitudes Towards Literary Homosexuality” A Café in Space: The Anaïs Nin Literary Journal 3 (2005)

Mas, José Ruiz, “Lawrence Durrell in Cyprus: A Philhellene Against Enosis” EPOS  19 (2003) (In this article I endeavour to explain Lawrence Durrell’s opposition to enosis (this is, the Greek Cypriots’ dream to be politically united to Greece) whilst he resided and worked in colonial Cyprus as an English teacher, as the editor of the Cyprus Review and as the head of the British Public Information Office in the island, despite his convinced philhellenism, acquired during his residence in Corfu in the 1930s.)

Mason, H. T. “Review: Sertoli, Giuseppe: Lawrence Durrell.” Notes and Queries (1968): 315-xx. (Reviews Sertolli’s Lawrence Durrell (1967).)

Massoud, Mary. “Historic or Comic?: The Irishness of Durrell’s Alexandria Quartet” in P Lynch, B Coates and J Fischer (eds.)Back to the Present Forward to the Past: Irish Writing and History since 1798, Volume II Amsterdam: Rodopi 2006

—–“Mahfuz’s Miramar: A Foil to Durrell’s Quartet.” Images of Egypt in Twentieth Century Literature, Ed. Hoda Gindi, 91-101.
________. “The Quartets of Durrell and Mahfouz.” Durrell in Alexandria: On Miracle Ground IX Conference Proceedings, Ed. Shelly Ekhtiar, 156-62.

Masuga, Katy, “The Illusion of Force and Speed in Henry Miller”Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 11 (2008-09)

Mathew, Mary. “’Our Many Larval Selves’: Durrell’s Livia and the Cross-Cultural Signal.” The Foreign Woman in British Literature: Exotics, Aliens, and Outsiders, Ed Marilyn Demarest & Toni Reed Button, 159-70. Westport, CT: Greenwood, 1999.

Matiossian, Vartan. “Kostan Zarian and Lawrence Durrell: A Correspondence.” Journal of the Society for Armenian Studies 8 (1995): 75-101.

Matthews, John. “Threading the Maze.” Labrys 5 (1979): 1-4.

Maynard, John. “On Desert Ground: Ondaatje’s The English Patient and Durrell’s Shadow, the Shifting Sands of Critical Typologies.” Durrell in Alexandria: On Miracle Ground IX Conference Proceedings, Ed. Shelly Ekhtiar, 164-68.
________. “On Desert Ground: Ondaatje’s The English Patient, Durrell, and the Shifting Sands of Critical Typologies.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 5 (1997): 66-74.
________. “Two Mad-Dog Englishmen in the Corfu Sun: Lawrence Durrell and Edward Lear.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal ns 8 (2001): 33-43.
________. “Two Mad-Dog Englishmen in the Corfu Sun: Lawrence Durrell and Edward Lear.” Lawrence Durrell and the Greek World, Ed. Anna Lillios, 255-69.

Mayne, Richard. “Red Nose and Baggy Pants.” New Statesman 56, no. 29 November (1958): 770. (Reviews  Stiff Upper Lip.)

Mayoux, J. J. “Lawrence Durrell: The Black Book.” Etudes Anglaises 3 (1939): 310-311.

McBrien, William. “Anais Nin: An Interview.” Twentieth Century Literature 20, no. 4 (1974): 277-90.

McCall, Margaret. “The Lonely Roads: Notes for an Unwritten Book.” Twentieth Century Literature:  33, no. 3 (1987): 382-95.

McCarthy, Laurie Lind. “The Structural Continuum of Lawrence Durrell’s Alexandria Quartet.” Thes., Memorial University of Newfoundland, 1968.

McCarthy, Shaun. “Lost Alexandria: Cavafy, Durrell and the City of God.” Journal of English (Yemen) 14 (1986): 21-39.

McClatchy, J. D. “All Told.” Poetry 111, no. 3 (1982): 170-177.

McCray, Suzanne Denise. “The Beast in the City: Animal Imagery in Lawrence Durrell’s The Alexandria Quartet.” Diss., University of Tennessee, 1991. (Notes: DAI No.: DA9121734.)

McCutchion, David. Lawrence Durrell: Workpoints for The Alexandria Quartet. Calcutta: Writer’s Workshop, 1970.

McDermott, Madeleine G. “From the Greek Isles to Provence—Landscape and Lawrence Durrell: A Slide Presentation.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly 7, no. 5 (1984): 91-92. (The slides are described, but actual reproductions are not included.)

.———- “Durrell’s Alexandria Is Different Now That I’Ve Been to the City.” American Journal of Semiotics 14, no. 1-4 (1997): 24-33.
McDonald, Robert. “Jumping About Like Quanta.” Lawrence Durrell: Conversations, Ed. Earl G. Ingersoll,149-62. (Reprint of McDonald’s “Lawrence Durrell: Classical Puppeteer.” Descant (Toronto). 14 (1976), 52-67.)
________. “Lawrence Durrell: Classical Puppeteer.” Descant (Toronto) 14 (1976): 52-67.

McDowell, Frederick P. W. “Recent British Fiction: Some Established Writers.” Contemporary Literature 11, no. 3 (1970): 401-31. (This is basically an extended review article, but is interesting for its careful and positive evaluation of Tunc as well as the comparisons and juxtaposition it makes between Durrell and other contemporary British authors, such as William Golding and Iris Murdoch.)

McGah, Thomas J. Four Durrell Reflections. Newton, Mass.: BKJ Publications, 1981. (Musical work for Bflat Clarinet and Piano.)
________. “Four Durrell Reflections.” Music From Concordia.Sherman Friedland. clarinet Sherman Friedland and piano Dale Bartlett. Montréal: Société Nouvelle d’Enregistrement, 1988.

McGuinness, Patrick. “Anatomies of Exile: British Poets in Egypt 1940-45.” PN Review 23, no. 2 (1996): 40-45.
________. “’The Perfect Form of Public Reticence’: Some Aspects of Lawrence Durrell’s Poetry.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 2 (1993): 89-99.

McKenna, Bernard. “The Myth of Other: Darley’s Representations of Female Homosexuality in Balthazar.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal ns 9 (2003): 3-24.

McMahon, Joseph H. “City for Expatriates.” Yale French Studies 32 (1964): 144-58. (Durrell’s “English Death” is mentioned on p. 146 between discussions of Miller and Hemingway.)
________. “Where Does Real Life Begin?” Yale French Studies 35 (1965): 96-113.

McNelly, Willis E. “Lawrence Durrell’s “Science Fiction in the True Sense”.” Rocky Mountain Review of Language and Literature 30, no. 1 (1976): 61-70.

Meier, Candice Sue. “Reality and Truth in The Alexandria Quartet.” Thes., Drake University, 1983.
For an abstract of this thesis, see “Essays and Theses” page

Mellard, Joan. “The Unity of Lawrence Durrell’s Alexandria Quartet.” Linguistics in Literature 1, no. 1 (1975): 77-143. (Mellard uses a variety of linguistic analyses to demonstrate unity in Durrell’s Alexandria Quartet. Based around an archetypal framework for reading the novels, she uses lexical accounts and collocations to show unity among the volumes, as well as the importance of the lexical groups formed around the archetypally loaded images of the mirror, circle or mask, bubble and water. This analysis is especially effective in connecting the mirror in Justine to
water in Clea, as well as emphasizing death and rebirth imagery as a cohesive whole throughout the volumes.)

Menuhin, Diana. “Lawrence Durrell in Alexandria and Sommieres.” Twentieth Century Literature: 33, no. 3 (1987): 308-11.
________. “Classic Interview.” Labrys 5 (1979): 93-96.

Meredith, Don. “In Search of the Tomb of Murad Reis.” Poets and Writers 24, no. May/June (1996): 50-58.
________. “The Pagan Soul: Lawrence Durrell and the Marine Venus.” Where the Tigers Were: Travels Through Literary Landscapes Don Meredith, 92-101. Columbia: University of South Carolina Press, 2001.

Merivale, Patricia. “The Raven and the Bust of Pallas: Classical Artifacts and the Gothic Tale.” PMLA 89, no. 5 (1974): 960-966.

Merlini, Madeleine. “Snakes and… Lawrences.” Etudes Lawrenciennes 14-15 (1995): 101-18.

Merrick, Gordon. “Will Lawrence Durrell Spoil America?” New Republic 138, no. 26 May (1958): 20-21.

Meyer, Gerard Previn. “A Norman Wisp.” Saturday Review 35, no. 6 September (1952): 20. (Review of A Key to Modern Poetry.)

Michel, Pierre-Marie. “Down the Styx.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Newsletter 1, no. 2-3 (1978): 6-16. (Translated from the French by P. Furney and James Brigham. First appeared in Entretiens in 1973.)

Michot, Paulette. “Lawrence Durrell’s Alexandria Quartet.” Revue Des Langues Vivantes 26, no. 5 (1960): 361-67.

Middleton, Christopher. “The Heraldic Universe.” Critical Essays on Lawrence Durrell, Ed Alan Warren Friedman, 15-21.

Miller, Henry. “Benno, The Wild Man From Borneo.” The Booster 2, no. 7 (1937): 26-29. (Reprinted in 1968)
________. The Books in My Life. Norfolk: New Directions, 1952.
________. “A Boost For Hans Reichel.” The Booster 2, no. 7 (1937): 12-13. (Reprinted in 1968)
________. “A Boost for The Black Book.” The Booster 2, no. 8 (1937): 18.
________. “The Brooklyn Bridge.” Seven 1 (1938): 4-10.
________. The Colossus of Maroussi. Norfolk: New Directions, 1941.
________. “Defense of the Freedom to Read.” Two Cities 2 (1959): 16-22.
________. “The Durrell of The Black Book Days.” Two Cities 1 (1959): 3-6.
________. “The Durrell of The Black Book Days.” The World of Lawrence Durrell, Ed Harry T. Moore, 95-99.
________. “The Enormous Womb.” The Booster 4, no. 10-11 (1937): 20-24. (Reprinted in 1968)
________. “Epilogue to Black Spring.” The Booster 3, no. 9 (1937): 28-31. (Reprinted in 1968)
________. “Fall & Winter Fashions.” The Booster 2, no. 8 (1937): 43-46. (Reprinted in 1968)
________. “I Am a Wild Park.” The Booster 2, no. 8 (1937): 38-41. (Reprinted in 1968)
________. “Joseph Delteil and Francois D’Assise.” Two Cities 4 (1960): 75-82.
________. “A Letter.” Labrys 5 (1979): 79-80.

———– (ed. J Gifford) The Henry Miller-Herbert Read Letters: 1935-58 Ann Arbor: Roger Jackson 2007

_______. “Remember to Remember.” Remember to Remember Henry Miller, 197-207. London: Grey Walls Press, 1952.

Miller, Karl. “Poet’s Novels.” Listener 61 (1959): 1099-100.

Millgate, Michael. “Contemporary English Fiction: Some Observations.” Venture 2, no. 3-4 (1961).

Mills, Judith H. “Lawrence Durrell’s Alexandria Quartet: A Study of Characterization.” Thes., Queen’s University, 1965.

Mills, Raymond. “With Lawrence Durrell on Rhodes, 1945-47.” Twentieth Century Literature: 33, no. 3 (1987): 312-16.

Minassian, Daniel H. “Portrait: Lawrence Durrell – A Last Visit With the Author in Provence.” Architectural Digest 48, no. 8 (1991): 24, 28-32.

Misiego, Micaela. “Lawrence Durrell y Su Alexandria Quartet.” Filologia Moderna 37 (1969): 59-71.

Mitchell, Julian and Gene Andrewski. “The Art of Fiction XXIII: Lawrence Durrell.” Paris Review 22 (Autumn 1960-Winter 1961): 32-61. (This interview is reprinted in Earl Ingersoll’s Lawrence Durrell: Conversations.)
________. “Lawrence Durrell.” Writers at Work, the Paris Review Interviews, Second Series, Ed. Malcolm Cowley, 257-82. New York: Viking Press, 1963. (Reprint of the interview from The Paris Review 22 (1960), 32-61. This interview is also reprinted in Earl Ingersoll’s Lawrence Durrell: Conversations : “Talking Jolly Glibly.”, 21-36. )

Molina, Cesar Antonio. “ Un Tiovivo Varado.” Nueva Estafeta 11 (1979): 85-87.

Mollo, Mary. “Larry, My Friend.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly 7, no. 2 (1983): 1-13.
________. “Larry, My Friend.” Twentieth Century Literature: 33, no. 3 (1987): 317-28.

Mones, Mona H. “The Egyptian People in Lawrence Durrell’s The Alexandria Quartet.” Durrell in Alexandria: On Miracle Ground IX Conference Proceedings, Ed. Shelly Ekhtiar, 112-22.

Montalbetti, Jean. “Lawrence Durrell, En Dix Mouvements.” Magazine Litteraire (Paris) 210, no. Septembre (1984): 78-85.
Montalbetti, Jean and Earl G. Ingersoll. “Using the Yeast of Religion Without Breathing the Word.” Lawrence Durrell: Conversations, Ed. Earl G. Ingersoll, 192-200. (Translation of Jean Montalbetti’s “Lawrence Durrell, en dix mouvements.” Magazine Litteraire (Paris) 210 (Septembre 1984): 78-85.)

Montis, Costis. Closed Doors: An Answer to Bitter Lemons by Lawrence Durrell. Trans. David Roessel and Soterios Stavrou. Minneapolis: Nostos Books, 2004.

Montremy, Jean-Maurice de. “Evoking an Einsteinian Prayer-Wheel.” Lawrence Durrell: Conversations, Ed. Earl G. Ingersoll, 213-14. (Translation of Montremy’s interview in La Croix (Paris) 1 December 1984.)

Moore, Geoffrey. Poetry To-Day. Folcroft, PA: Folcroft Press, Inc., 1958.

Moore, Harry T. “Durrell’s Black Book.” The World of Lawrence Durrell, Ed Harry T. Moore, 100-102. (From The New York Times Book Review 1960. )
________. “Including a Tank of Very Odd Fish.” New York Times Book Review, no. 18 September (1960): 4.
________. “Introduction.” The World of Lawrence Durrell, Ed Harry T. Moore, ix-xix.
________. “The Kneller Tape (Hamburg).” The World of Lawrence Durrell, Ed Harry T. Moore, ix-xix. (This interview is reprinted in Earl Ingersoll’s Lawrence Durrell: Conversations.)
________. “Richard Aldington in His Last Years.” Texas Quarterly 6, no. 3 (1963): 60-74.
________. The World of Lawrence Durrell. Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 1962.

Moore, Stephanie. “Turning in the Trap: or, Can You Escape the Prince of Darkness? A Reader’s Guide to Monsieur.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 2 (1993): 100-115.
________. “Writing the Pont De Gard.” Lawrence Durrell: Actes Du Colloque Pour L’Inauguration De La Bibliothèque Durrell, Ed. Corinne Alexandre-Garner, 197-212.

Morcos, Mona Louis. “Elements of the Autobiographical in The Alexandria Quartet.” Modern Fiction Studies 13, no. 3 (1967): 343-59.

Morgan, Thomas B. “The Autumnal Arrival of Lawrence Durrell.” Esquire 54, no. September (1960): 108-11.

Morner, Stan. “Dear Larry: Letters to the Late Lawrence Durrell.” Anais 18 (2000): 41-45.

Morris, Jan. “Durrell – on a Tourist Bus?” Encounter 49, no. 3 (September 1977): 77-79. (Review of Sicilian Carousel.)

———–, “Introduction”, The Alexandria Quartet (new printing 2012, Faber and Faber)

Morris, Robert K. “Lawrence Durrell: The Alexandria Quartet: Art and the Changing Vision.” Continuance and Change: The Contemporary British Novel Sequence Robert K. Morris, 51-70. Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 1972.

Morrison, James Raymond. “Memory and Light in Lawrence Durrell’s The Revolt of Aphrodite.” Labrys 5 (1979): 141-53.
________. “Time Structure in the Works of Lawrence Durrell.” Diss., University of Toronto, 1973.

Morrison, Ray.”The City and Its Ontology in Lawrence Durrell’s Alexandria QuartetMosaic: A Journal for the Interdisciplinary Study of Literature 46/2 (2013)  (Durrell situates his version of Alexandria on a cosmogonic site as limned by Lao-tzu and Chuang-tzu. For more than twenty years, Durrell had been studying these Taoist philosophers whose ontological views opened new doors for him so that he could write about the self in the way he wished.)

————–“The Influence of Otto Rank on Lawrence Durrell’s The Dark Labyrinth, Sappho and The Alexandria Quartet.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly 7, no. 5 (1984): 135-44.

——— “Lawrence Durrell’s Lyric, Deus Loci, As the Heraldic Mirror of His World” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 13 (2012-13)

_______. “’A Mirror Reference to Reality’: Justine As a Schopenhauerian Woman in The Alexandria Quartet.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly 5, no. SI 1 (1981): 42-50.
________. “Mirrors and the Heraldic Universe in Lawrence Durrell’s The Alexandria Quartet.” Twentieth Century Literature: 33, no. 4 (1987): 499-514.
________. “Rémy De Gourmont and the Young Lawrence Durrell: A Creative Nexus.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 1 (1992): 97-109.
________. A Smile in His Mind’s Eye: A Study of the Early Works of Lawrence Durrell. Toronto, ON: University of Toronto Press, 2005.
________. “’With His Art Like a Vase’: ‘Fangbrand’ – An Heraldic Life As Poetry.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly 5, no. 1 (1981): 1-5.

Morton-Saner, Anthea “Durrell in London”Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 13 (2012-13)

Mosely, Nicholas. “The Contemporary Novel.” Theology 66, no. July (1963): 266-71.

Moss, Robert F. “Review.” New Republic 22 February (1975): 30-31. (Reprinted in Alan Warren Friedman, Ed. Critical Essays on Lawrence Durrell.)
________. “Review of Monsieur.” Critical Essays on Lawrence Durrell, Ed. Alan Warren Friedman, 50-52.

Mukherjee Banerjee, Sharbani. “A Study of Lawrence Durrell’s The Alexandria Quartet.” Diss., University of Hyderabad, 2005.

Mullins, Edwin. “On Mountolive.” Two Cities 1 (1959): 21-24.

Mulvihill, James. “Conrad’s Accountant and Durrell’s Tunc.” Notes on Contemporary Literature 30, no. 3 (2000): 11-12. (Mulvihill briefly outlines similarities between Durrell’s Tunc and Conrad’s Heart of Darkness, with a particular emphasis on Sacrapant and Conrad’s accounant. He persuasively shows allusions in Durrell’s text to Conrad’s.)

Mursi, Waffia. “Justine, an Anglo-Irish Perspective.” Durrell in Alexandria: On Miracle Ground IX Conference Proceedings, Ed. Shelly Ekhtiar, 66-69.

Musumarra, Adriana. “Mito e Metafora Nell’Alessandria Di Durrell.” Studi Inglesi: Raccolta De Saggi e Ricerche, Ed. Agonstino Lombardo, 321-52. Bari: Adriatica, 1978.

Nabholz, Ann-Catherine, “Discourse of Pathology and the Vitalistic Desire for Unity in Lawrence Durrell’s The Black Book” in Paul Fox (ed.) Decadences: Morality and Aesthetics in British Literature Stuttgart: Studies in English Literatures (Studies in English Literatures): 2, 2006

Najeeb, Shahid. “Mental Development.” American Journal of Psychoanalysis 48, no. 3 (1988): 235-46. (Najeeb uses Mountolive and Leila Hosnani to clarify her clinical psychoanalysis.)

Nambiar, C. Ravindran. Indian Metaphysics in Lawrence Durrell’s Novels Newcastle-upon-Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing 2014

——–“ The Resonance of India in the Novels of Durrell.” Literary Criterion 27, no. 1-2 (1992): 43-49.
________. “Lawrence Durrell’s Recreation of D. H. Lawrence’s Constance: Restoring Woman’s Cosmic Place.” Lawrence Durrell Borderlands and Borderlines, Ed. Corinne Alexandre-Garner, 145-52.

———– “The Spirit of Tantric Maithuna in The Avignon Quintet”  Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 10 (2006-07)

Neuhaus, Volker. “Lawrence Durrells “The Alexandria Quartet”.” Typen Multiperspektivischen Erzählens Volker Neuhaus, 150-159. Köln: Böhlau, 1971.

——-“‘In letzter Stunde das Raum-Zeit-Problem gelöst’: Raum und Zeit bei Einstein, Durrell und Grass” Phrasis: Studies in Language and Literature 52/1 (2011) 

Nichols, Betsy, Frank Kersnowski, and James Nichols. Selected Essays on the Humor of Lawrence Durrell. English Studies Monograph Series, 60. Victoria, BC: University of Victoria, 1993.

Nichols, James R. “Ah – the Wonder of My Body: The Wandering of My Mind: Classicism and Lawrence Durrell’s Literary Tradition.” Twentieth Century Literature: 33, no. 4 (1987): 449-64.
________. “Lawrence Durrell, Eighteenth-Century Rationalist.” Lawrence Durrell: Comprehending the Whole, Eds. Julius Rowan Raper, Melody L. Enscore, and Paige Matthey Bynum, 104-10.
________. “Lawrence Durrell’s Alexandria Quartet: The Paradise of Bitter Fruit.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly 3, no. 2 (1979): 9-16.

———– “My Love, My All, Myself-Oops” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 10 (2006-07)

_______. “The Paradise of Bitter Fruit: Lawrence Durrell’s Alexandria Quartet.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly 5, no. 1 (1981): 224-34.
________. “The Quest for Self: The Labyrinth in the Fiction of Lawrence Durrell.” International Fiction Review 22, no. 1-2 (1995): 54-60.
________. “The Risen Angels in Durrell’s Fallen Women: The Fortunate Fall and Calvinism in Lawrence Durrell’s Quincunx and The Alexandria Quartet.” On Miracle Ground: Essays on the Fiction of Lawrence Durrell, Ed Begnal Michael H., 179-86.

——— The Stronger Sex: The Fictional Women of Lawrence Durrell Madison NJ: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 2011

________. “Sunshine Dialogues: Christianity and Paganism in the Works of Lawrence Durrell.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly 7, no. 5 (1984): 129-34.

_______. “Tristesse Tristram Lawrence Durrell: 18th Century Rationalist.” Selected Essays on the Humor of Lawrence Durrell, Eds. Betsy Nichols, Frank Kersnowski, and James Nichols, 41-49.
________. “Jocasta, How You’Ve Changed: The Mother Figure in Durrell’s Women.” Durrell in Alexandria: On Miracle Ground IX Conference Proceedings, Ed. Shelly Ekhtiar, 210-215.

Nickel, Matthew, “‘An Attention That Is Almost Holy’: The Spirit of Provence in Durrell and Hemingway” in D Kaczvinsky (ed,) Durrell and the City: Collected Essays on Place

Nin, Anais. “Into the Heraldic Universe, Anais Nin’s Letters to Lawrence Durrell, 1937-1939.” Anais: An International Journal 5 (1987): 73-98.
________. Nearer the Moon: The Unexpurgated Diary of Anais Nin, 1937-1939. pref. & notes Rupert Pole and Gunther Stuhlmann. New York: Harcourt Brace & Co., 1996.

Nin, Anais and Rupert ed. Pole. “Durrell in California.” Twentieth Century Literature: 33, no. 3 (1987): 339-42. (Includes excerpts from Nin’s diary.)

Niska, Tyler John, “Bridging the gaps: Lawrence Durrell’s Alexandria Quartet as a transitional work in twentieth century literature.” Thesis, Iowa State University, 2008

Nittis, Dion Whitney. “The Heraldic Universe of Lawrence Durrell.” Diss., University of California, Los Angeles, 1971. (Contains the transcript of a letter from Durrell to Nittis.)

Nordell, Rod. “’Relativity’ in the Novel.” Christian Science Monitor, no. 26 March (1959): 11.
Nordell, Roderick. “Durrell Among the Robots.” Christian Science Monitor, no. 26 March (1970): 15. (Review of  Tunc and Nunquam.)
________. “Durrell in Sicily: Rich Prose From a Bus.” Christian Science Monitor, no. 2 November (1977): 15. (Review of Sicilian Carousel.)
________. “Durrell’s Literary Bravura.” Christian Science Monitor , no. 3 March (1975): 7. (Review of Monsieur.)
________. “He Seels the Shimmer.” Christian Science Monitor, no. 11 April (1968): 13.
(Review of  Tunc.)

Norden, Charles. “Ionian Profile.” Time and Tide (September 1937): 1169-70. (Written by Durrell and dedicated to Theodore Stephanides. Discusses Father Nicholas of
Prospero’s Cell.)
________. “Obituary Notice.” Night and Day 1, no. 11 (1937): 8-12. (Pseudonymously written by Durrell under Charles Norden. Nancy ‘Norden’ is listed as the illustrator. 9 September.)
________. “Sportlight.” The Booster 2, no. 7 (1937): 6-11.

North, Harry. “Lawrence Durrell and the Prince of Darkness.” In-Between: Essays and Studies in Literary Criticism 11, no. 2 (2002): 163-69.

O’Brien, R. A. “Time, Space, and Language in Lawrence Durrell.” The Waterloo Review 6 (1961): 16-24.

O’Connor, Philip. “Review – “The Black Book,” Lawrence Durrell.” Seven 3 (1938): 55-56.

O’Hara, J. D. “Review.” New York Times Book Review (February 1975): 4. (Review of  Monsieur.)

O’Hara, John. “Lord of the Heraldic Universe.” Times Literary Supplement 4925 (August 1997): 11. (Review of Bowker’s Through the Dark Labyrinth.)

Olin-Ammentorp, Warren Lee. “The Epinovel: A Study Of Modern British Fiction In Forms Longer Than The Novel.” Diss., University of Michigan.

Olson, Danel. “Sex and Comedy in Lawrence Durrell’s Avignon Quartet.” Essays on the Humor of Lawrence Durrell, Eds. Betsy Nichols, Frank Kersnowski, and James Nichols, 92-101.

Onega, Susana. “Interview With Peter Ackroyd.” Twentieth Century Literature 42, no. 2 (1996): 208-20. (Durrell is mentioned on page 218.)
________. “Self, World, and Art in the Fiction of John Fowles.” Twentieth Century Literature 42, no. 1 (1996): 29-57.

Operajita, Oopalee. “The Love Ethic of Lawrence Durrell in The Alexandria Quartet.” Diss, Dalhousie University, 1982.

 Orend, Karl “New Bibles” Times Literary Supplement issue 5499/5500 (2008) 

Orfalea, Gregory. “Literary Devolution: The Arab in the Post-World War II Novel in English.” Journal of Palestine Studies 17, no. 2 (1988): 109-28.

Orr, Leonard. “Pleasures of the Immachination: Transformations of the Inanimate in Durrell and Pynchon.” Lawrence Durrell: Comprehending the Whole, Eds. Julius Rowan Raper, Melody L. Enscore, and Paige Matthey Bynum, 127-36.

Orton, B. I., “Reality and the Quest for Self in Lawrence Durrell’s The Alexandria Quartet” MA thesis, San Diego State University 1981 

Orwell, George. “Back to the Twenties.” The New English Weekly 12, no. 2 (October 1937): 30-31. (A review of The Booster.)
________. “The Booster.” The New English Weekly 12, no. 5 (November 1937): 100. (A response to Durrell rebutal of Orwell’s review of The Booster.)

Oumhani, Cécile. “Aspects De L’Écriture Romanesque De Lawrence Durrell: ‘Tunc’ Et ‘Nunquam’; Les Réseaux De Relation.” Diss., Université de Poitiers, 1982.

Ozana, Anna. “Auf Dem Wege Zum Modernen Roman: Gedanken Bei Der Lekture Der Romane Lawrence Durrells.” Welt and Wort 14 (1959): 237-42.

Paipeti, Hilary Whitton. “In Search of the Durrell’s in Corfu.” The Corfiot 117 (June 2000): 14-15.
________. “Landscapes in Literature: Were Prospero and Alcinous Corfiots.” The Corfiot 105 (June 1999): 17-19.
________. “Lawrence Durrell’s Erections: Source Materials for Prospero’s Cell.” The Corfiot 118 (July 2000): 14-16, 21.

Palade Karalanian, Michaela Rodica. “Literature and Culture: Time Structure in The Alexandria Quartet by Lawrence Durrell and The Sea of Fertility by Yukio Mishima.” Diss., State University of New York, 1991. (DAI No.: DA9102636.)

Palmer, D. N. “A Study of Love and Nationality in Lawrence Durrell’s Alexandria Quartet and the Teaching of It to Greek University Students.” Thes., London, Institute of Education, 1975.

Panayotou, Julia, “Making the Greek Connection”, Athens News [n.d. circa March 2009} (describes the Durrell School of Corfu in interview with Richard Pine) 

Panizza, Silvia, “The Dissolution of the Self: Location and Identity in Personal Landscape and The Alexandria Quartet ” in Luisa Villa (ed.) The Politics and Poetics of Displacement: Modernism off the Beaten Track  Pasiano: Campanotto 2011 

Papastavrou-Koroniotaki, Barbara. “The Classified File of Lawrence Durrell.” Lawrence Durrell Borderlands and Borderlines, Ed. Corinne Alexandre-Garner, 21-47.

Papayanis, Marilyn Adler. Writing In the Margins: The Ethics of Expatriation From Lawrence to Ondaatje. Nashville, TN: Vanderbilt University Press, 2005.
________. “From the Metropolis to the Margins: The Ethics of Expatriation From Lawrence to Ondaatje.” Diss., Rutgers, 2001. (Durrell is a key focus, with with D.H. Lawrence and Paul Bowles. ISBN: 0-493-56755-0 DAI:63/02)

Papazoglou, Dimitra. “Lawrence Durrell’s Greece: A Personal Landscape.” Parousia 13-14 (1998): 407-31.

Parker, Allison Cay. “Lawrence Durrell and Paul Cezanne.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal ns 9 (2003): 153-57.

Pârlog, Aba-Carina, “The Alexandrian Torture of the Post-Cartesian Body”, Romanian Journal of English Studies 4 (2007)

——- “Volatile Bodies in Beckett and Durrell” British and American Studies/Revista de Studii Britanice și Americane 11 (2005)

Parrinder, Patrick. “Naming of Parts.” London Review of Books 7, no. 10 (1985): 22-23.

Pascal, Roy. “Tense and Novel.” Modern Language Review 62 (1962): 1-11.

Patch 70. “The Artists and the Stylists in The Alexandria Quartet in Relation to Durrell’s Use of the Theory of Relativity.” Thes., York University, 1973.

Patten, Eve Imperial Refugee: Olivia Manning’s Fictions of War Cork: Corf University Press 2011

Peaden, Cecil L. comp. “The Alexandria Quartet: An Annotated Bibliography of English-Language Criticism.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 3 (1994): 173-259.

Pearman, Jonathan. “Durrells Bibliotek (Durrell’s Library).” Biblis 1, no. 1 (1998): 28-31.

Peck, Killoh Ellen “The Woman Writer and the Element of Destruction” College English 34/1 (1972)

Peirce, Carol. “The Alexandria Quartet.” Reference Guide to English Literature. 2nd ed., Ed. D. L. Kirkpatrick, 1452-53. Chicago: St. James, 1991.
________. “The Alexandria Quartet: A Key to Modern Literature.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly 5, no. 1 (1980): 123-44.
________. “Behind the Name Anais Nin: A Speculation After Borges?” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 4 (1995): 164-68.
________. “Breathing Myth into Character: Some Reflections on Durrell and Nin.” Durrell in Alexandria: On Miracle Ground IX Conference Proceedings, Ed. Shelly Ekhtiar, 216-20.
________. “Commentary.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly 7, no. 5 (1984): 17-18.
________. “Durrell’s Festive Comedy: ‘Very Reverent Sport’.” Essays on the Humor of Lawrence Durrell, Eds. Betsy Nichols, Frank L. Kersnowski, and James R. Nichols, 22-40.
________. “East and West: Current Critical Responses to The Alexandria Quartet.” Lawrence Durrell: Actes Du Colloque Pour L’Inauguration De La Bibliothèque Durrell, Ed. Corinne Alexandre-Garner, 125-41.
________. “A Fellowship in Time: Durrell, Eliot, and the Quest for the Grail.” Lawrence Durrell: Comprehending the Whole, Ed Julius Rowan Raper, Melody L. Enscore, and Paige Matthey Bynum, 70-81.
________. “”Intimations of Power Within”: Durrell’s Heavenly Game of the Tarot.” Critical Essays on Lawrence Durrell, Ed. Alan Warren Friedman, 200-213.
________. “Introduction.” Prospero’s Cell: A Guide to the Landscape and Manners of the Island of Corfu Lawrence Durrell, xi-xxii. New York: Marlowe & Company, 1996.
________. “’A Lass Unparalled’d’: The Memory of Shakespeare’s Cleopatra in The Alexandria Quartet.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly 7, no. 5 (1984): 173-82.
________. “The Long Shadow of D.H. Lawrence on Lawrence Durrell’s Alexandria Quartet.” D.H. Lawrence: The Cosmic Adventure: Studies of His Ideas, Works, and Literary Relationships, Ed. Lawrence Gamache, 34-47. Nepean, Ontario: Borealis Press, 1996.
________. “’One Other Gaudy Night’: Lawrence Durrell’s Elizabethan Quartet.” Into the Labyrinth: Essays on the Art of Lawrence Durrell, Ed. Frank L. Kersnowski, 101-15. (Expansion of “A Lass Unparallel’d” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly 7.5 (1984): 173-182.)
________. “’Past the Size of Dreaming’: The Alexandria Quartet Then and Now.” CEAMagazine: A Journal of the College English Association 12 (1999): 49-59.
________. “Pynchon’s V. and Lawrence Durrell’s Alexandria Quartet.” Pynchon Notes 8 (1982): 23-29.
________. “A Reading of Durrell’s Map: John Wain’s Oxford Lecture.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Newsletter 3, no. 2 (1979): 3-8.
________. “’Rhythms of Memory’ Discovery of Lawrence Durrell.” Passager 5 (1991): 8-13.
________. “Some Worthwhile Work to Be Done: Is Nessim the Leader of the World Today?” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 2 (1993): 164-66.
________. “That ‘One Book There, a Plutarch’: Of Isis and Osiris in The Alexandria Quartet.” On Miracle Ground: Essays on the Fiction of Lawrence Durrell, Ed. Michael H. Begnal, 79-92.
________. “’To Travel by Moonlight As Well As Sunlight’: Nin’s Theory of the Novel and Durrell’s Alexandria Quartet.” Anais Nin: A Book of Mirrors, Ed. Paul Herron, 311-19. Huntington Woods, Michigan: Sky Blue Press, 1996.
________. “’Wrinkled Deep in Time’: The Alexandria Quartet As Many-Layered Palimpsest.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Newsletter 2, no. 4 (1979): 11-28. (Expanded and reprinted in Twentieth Century Literature 33.4 (1987), 485-498.)

Pelaez, Raul Victor. “Larry’s Long Siesta of 1948.” Twentieth Century Literature: 33, no. 3 (1987): 332-33.

Pelletier, Jacques. “Le Carnet Noir De Lawrence Durrell Et Le Roman De La Transition.” Etudes Litteraires 27, no. 2 (1994): 123-33.
________. Le Quatuour D’Alexandrie De Lawrence Durrell. [Lawrence Durrell’s Alexandria Quartet]. Paris: Hachette, 1975.

Peltzer, Federico. “Lawrence Durrell, Nostalgia De Su Cuarteto.” Suplemento Literario La Nacion (Buenos Aires), no. 31 May (1991): 6.

Penney, S. G, “The Role of the Narrator in Selected First-Person Novels”, Thesis, Royal Holloway College 1984

Perles, Alfred. “A Belated Tribute to Larry.” Twentieth Century Literature: 33, no. 3 (1987): 280-283.
________. The Booster. New York: Johnson Reprint Corp., 1968. (A reprint of The Booster and Delta from September 1937 to Easter 1939.)
________. “Enter Jupiter Jr.” Two Cities 1 (1959): 7-10.
________. “Happy Birthday, Larry.” Into the Labyrinth: Essays on the Art of Lawrence Durrell, Ed. Frank L. Kersnowski, 7-9.
________. My Friend Henry Miller. London: Neville Spearman Ltd., 1955.
________. My Friend Lawrence Durrell: An Intimate Memoir on the Author of The Alexandria Quartet. Northwood, Middlesex: Scorpion Press, 1961.
________. My Friend Lawrence Durrell: An Intimate Memoir on the Author of The Alexandria Quartet. London: Village Press, 1973.
________. “Preface.” The Durrell-Miller Letters, 1935-80, Ed. Ian S. MacNiven, ix-xi. London: Faber & Faber, 1988.

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

Peters, John U. “The Incense of Homage.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal ns 8 (2001): 58-68.
________. “Realizing the Unreal: Durrell’s Alexandria Prefaces.” Lawrence Durrell Borderlands and Borderlines, Ed. Corinne Alexandre-Garner, 87-93.

Petherton, Field-Marshal the Lord Harding of, “The Cyprus Problem in Relation to the Middle East” International Affairs 34/3 (1958)

Petrulian, Catrinel Plesu. “Lawrence Durrell’s Quartet.” Revista De Istorie Si Teorie Literara 25 (1976): 397-401.

Pfeiffer, K. Ludwig. Wissenschaft Als Sujet Im Modernen Englishen Roman. Constance: Universitatsverlag Konstanz, 1979.

Pflitsch, Andreas, “Days of Amber, City of Saffron: Edwar al-Kharrat Remembers and Writes an Unintended Autobiography” in A Pflitsch, A Neuwirth and B Winckler (eds) Arabic Literature: Postmodern Perspectives London: Saqi 2010 (Discusses Alexandria Quartet)

Pharand, Michel W. “Eros Agonistes: The Decay of Loving in The Alexandria Quartet.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 1 (1992): 61-71.
________. “Personal Neurasthenia: Eros and Thanatos in the Poetry of Lawrence Durrell.” Deus Loci: The  Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 3 (1994): 98-112.

Phelps, Anthony. “Anthony Phelps.” Callaloo 15, no. 2 (1992): 381-84. (Phelps mentions Durrell when explaining the relationship between Place, Writing, and
Nationality.)

Phelps, G. H. “The Novel Today.” The Pelican Guide to English Literature, Ed. Boris Ford, 475-95. Baltimore: Penguin, 1961.

Philippe, Murielle. “’You Begin to Paint It for Yourself in Words’: L’Ecriture Picturale De Durrell, Naissance Et Devenir.” Lawrence Durrell Revisited : Lawrence Durrell Revisité, Ed. Corinne Alexandre-Garner, 203-23.

Phillips, Caryl. “Lawrence Durrell.” Extravagant Strangers: A Literature of Belonging, Ed. Caryl Phillips, 87-88. London: Faber & Faber, 1997. (Introduction to “London at Night” in the same volume.)

Phillips-Peckosh, Claire Ellen. “Gender and Determinacy in the Space-Time Continuum: A Study of Lawrence Durrell’s Alexandria Quartet.” Thes., Northeast Missouri State University.
For an abstract of this thesis, see “Essays and Theses” page

Pike, David Lorne. “Artifice in the Alexandria Quartet.” Thes., Queen’s University at Kingston, 1976.

Pinchin, Jane Lagoudis. Alexandria Still: Forster, Durrell and Cavafy. Princeton Essays in Literature. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1977.
________. “Durrell’s Fatal Cleopatra.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Newsletter 5, no. SI 1 (1981): 24-39. (Reprinted in Modern Fiction Studies 28.2 (1982), 229-236 — and in Friedman Critical Essays on Lawrence Durrell, 1987.)
________. “Durrell’s Fatal Cleopatra.” Modern Fiction Studies 28, no. 2 (1982): 229-36.
________. “Durrell’s Fatal Cleopatra.” Critical Essays on Lawrence Durrell, Ed. Alan Warren Friedman, 193-200.
________. “It Goes on Being Alexandria Still: C.P. Cavafy and the English Alexandrians.” Diss., Columbia University, 1973.
________. “Sideways Out of the House: Lawrence and Gerald Durrell.” Blood Brothers: Siblings As Writers, Ed. Norman Kiell. New York: International University Press, 1983.

Pinchin, Jane Lagoudis and Joan Rodman Goulianos. “Durrell’s Fatal Cleopatra.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly 5, no. SI 1 (1981): 24-39.

Pine, Richard. “The ‘Aquarians’.” Lawrence Durrell: Actes Du Colloque Pour L’Inauguration De La Biblioth!que Durrell, Ed. Corinne Alexandre-Garner, 61-69.
________. “Caesar’s Vast Ghost: The View From Dublin.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 1 (1992): 127-29.
________. “Creating Lawrence Durrell: The Mindscape.” Durrell in Alexandria: On Miracle Ground IX Conference Proceedings, Ed. Shelly Ekhtiar, 348-54.
________. The Dandy and the Herald: Manners, Mind and Morals From Brummell to Durrell. New York: St. Martin’s, 1988.’

——— “The Durrell School of Corfu” in D Wills (ed) Greece and Britain since 1945 (2nd edn) Newcastle-upon-Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing 2014

——— “Editor’s Introduction”, Th Stephanides, Autumn Gleanings: Corfu Memoirs and Poems Corfu: Durrell School of Corfu 2011.

———- “Editor’s Introduction”, Judith a novel by Lawrence Durrell, Corfu: Durrell School of Corfu 2012 (Discusses the genesis of the novel, its existence as a filmscript, Durrell’s involvement in the film, and introduces the historical background to the Palestine situation in 1947 when the novel is set.)

——— “Editor’s Introduction”, Nostos: Proceedings 1: 2002-2005 Corfu: Durrell School of Corfu 2008

————– “The End of Our Romantic Life: The Psychic Hinterland of Nin, Durrell and Miller” A Café in Space: The Anaïs Nin Literary Journal 3 (2005)

_______. “Family Values.” Ecologist 32, no. 4 (2002): 38-39. (Discusses Lawrence and Gerald Durrell on Corfu and the new Durrell School of Corfu.)

——– “Foreword” to M Diboll, Lawrence Durrell’s Alexandria Quartet in its Egyptian Context Lewiston: Edwin Mellen 2004

———“Judith, A Novel by Lawrence Durrell” Deus Loci The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 14 (2016) (Discusses the centenary edition of Judith edited and introduced by Pine and published by the Durrell School of Corfu)

_______. “Lawrence Durrell: A Biography.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 6 (1998): 195-201. (Review of MacNiven’s book of the same title.)
________. “Lawrence Durrell and the Borders of Sanity.” Creativity, Madness and Civilization, Ed. Richard Pine, 96-210. Newcastle-upon-Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2007.

———– “Lawrence Durrell: A Personal Portrait” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 13 (2012-13)

———— “Lawrence Durrell at the Border(s)” in R Pine (ed) Nostos: Durrell School of Corfu 2002-2005

———–  “Lawrence Durrell and the Borders of Sanity” in R Pine (ed) Creativity, Madness and Civilisation

_______. Lawrence Durrell: The Mindscape. New York: St Martin’s, 1994.
________. Lawrence Durrell: The Mindscape. 2nd edn. Corfu: Durrell School of Corfu, 2005. (This edition is revised with a new Preface, expansion of Chapter 3, and integration of recent material.)
________. “Love: Brian Friel’s Give Me Your Answer, Do!” Irish University Review 29, no. 1 (1999): 176-88.
________. “Nostos: The Durrells and Corfu.” The Anglo-Hellenic Review 26 (2002): 3-5.

——— “Nostos” in R Pine (ed) Nostos: Durrell School of Corfu 2002-2005

———- “Theodore Stephanides: a brief biography” in R Pine et al (eds) Th Stephanides, Autumn Gleanings: Corfu Memoirs and Poems Corfu: Durrell School of Corfu 2011

——— (editor) Creativity, Madness and Civilisation  Newcastle-upon-Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing 2007

——– (editor) Nostos: Durrell School of Corfu: Proceedings 1 2002-2005 Corfu: Durrell School of Corfu 2008

———- “Lawrence and Gerald Durrell in Corfu, 1935-1939”, My Kerkyra no.6 (august 2007)

Pine, Richard and Eve Patten (eds.) The Literatures of War Newcastle-upon-Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing 2008

Pinkney, Joan. “Seizing the Image: Durrell’s Postwar and Postmodern.” Durrell in Alexandria: On Miracle Ground IX Conference Proceedings, Ed. Shelly Ekhtiar, 250-257.

Pissarello, Giulia. “Una Quest Verticale: Prospero’s Cell Di Lawrence Durrell.” Stultifera Navis: Studi Di Anglistica 3 (2000): 155-70.

Plo Alastrué, Ramón. “Chaos and Cosmos in The Avignon Quintet.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 2 (1993): 116-25.
________. “Durrell Writing About Writers Writing: Towards a Spatial Definition of The Avignon Quintet.” Miscelanea: A Journal of English and American Studies 17 (1996): 207-25.
________. “Estructura Mitica En The Avignon Quintet: Unidad y Fragmentacion.” Diss, Universidad de Zaragoza, 1991.
________. “Foregrounding Process: Postmodernist Traits in The Avignon Quintet.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal ns 9 (2003): 34-51.
________. “The Novelist As Prince of Darkness: A Scientific Approach to Lawrence Durrell’s Monsieur.” Science, Literature and Interpretation: Essays on Twentieth-Century Literature and Critical Theory, Ed. F. Collorada, 97-115. Zaragoza: Secretariado de Publicaciones de la Universidad de Zaragoza, 1991.

Pocock, D. C. D. “Place and the Novelist.” Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 6, no. 3 (1981): 337-47.

Podnieks, Elizabeth. “’OO – I Have Been Well Loved’: Elizabeth Smart and the Three Musketeers.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 4 (1995): 41-61.

Pollock, John J. “Eliot’s “Little Gidding” and Lawrence Durrell.” CLA Journal 24 (1980): 190-193.

Poole, Richard. “Gender and Persona.” Poetry Wales 25, no. 4 (1990): 27-31.

Poore, Charles, review of Esprit de Corps New York Times n.d.

Porter, Peter. “Func.” New Statesman 94, no. 15 July (1977): 87. (Review of Sicilian Carousel. )
________. “Introduction.” Selected Poems Lawrence Durrell, vii-xxii. London: Faber & Faber, 2006.

Porter, Roger J. “Autobiography, Exile, Home: The Egyptian Memoirs of Gini Alhadeff, André Aciman, and Edward Said.” Biography 24, no. 1 (2001): 302-13.
________. “Durrell and the Dilemmas of Travel Writing.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 3 (1994): 51-59.

Porteus, Hugh Gordon. “Points of View: Three Exiles.” Poetry London 3, no. 12 (1947): 28-31. (A review of Keith Douglas’ Alamein to Zem-Zem; Durrell’s Cities, Plains and People and Prospero’s Cell; and Bernard Spencer’s Aegean Islands. Durrell is described as “one of the most brilliant prose writers since Joyce” (28).)
________. “Views and Reviews: DE ARTE MORIENDE.” The New English Weekly 13, no. 23 (September 1938): 341-42. (Review of The Black Book.)

Potter, Robert A. and Brooke Whiting. Lawrence Durrell: A Checklist. Los Angeles: University of California, Los Angeles Library, 1961. (In addition to the checklist, this work marks publications that the UCLA Library holds in its Durrell collection.)

Powell, Lawrence Clark. “Around the World in Sixty Books.” The Little Package: Pages on Literature and Landscape From a Traveling Bookman’s Life Lawrence Clark Powell, 104-12. Cleveland: World, 1964.
________. “Durrell in Dallas.” The Little Package: Pages on Literature and Landscape From a Traveling Bookman’s Life Lawrence Clark Powell, 122-24. Cleveland: World, 1964.
________. Islands of Books. Los Angeles: The Ward Ritchie Press, 1951.
________. “The Miller of Big Sur.” Books in My Baggage: Adventures in Reading and Collecting Lawrence Clark Powell, 148-53. London: Constable, 1960.
________. “The Road to Salzburg.” The Little Package: Pages on Literature and Landscape From a Traveling Bookman’s Life Lawrence Clark Powell, 180-183. Cleveland: World, 1964.
________. “Speaking of Books.” Books in My Baggage: Adventures in Reading and Collecting Lawrence Clark Powell, 74-89. London: Constable, 1960.
________. “Talismans for Travellers.” The Little Package: Pages on Literature and Landscape From a Traveling Bookman’s Life Lawrence Clark Powell, 172-79. Cleveland: World, 1964.
________. “A Way of Saying Urgent Things.” New York Times Book Review, no. 18 February (1962): 5, 20.

Powers, Anthony. Memorials of Sleep: Seven Songs to Poems by Lawrence Durrell. London: Oxford University Press, 2000. (A setting of Durrell’s poetry for Tenor solo and orchestra. Contains “Echoes,” “Lesbos,” “A Water-Colour of Venice,” “Aphrodite,” “Water Music,” “Nemea,” and “Finis.”)
________. The Swing of the Sea. London: Oxford University Press, 1992. (A setting of Durrell’s “Water Music” for soprano solo and small ensemble (two clarinets, viola, cello, and bass). ID [#N8314].)

Pownall, David E. “Lawrence Durrell.” Articles on Twentieth Century Literature: An Annotated Bibliography 1954 to 1970, Ed. David E. Pownall, 728-42. New York: Kraus-Thomason Organization Ltd., 1973.

Pratt, Annis. “The New Feminist Criticism.” College English 32, no. 8 (1971): 872-78.(Durrell is referred to on page 877 as among the group of authors whose work is
“resonanant and craftsmanlike even if it is chauvinistic.”)

Premoli-Droulers, Francesca. Writer’s Houses. Prologue Marguerite Duras. New York: The Vendrome Press, 1995. (Durrell’s home in Sommieres is shown in photographs and a biographical sketch of Durrell is given on pp. 56-63.)

Prescott, Peter S. “Prince of Darkness.” Newsweek 84, no. 13 January (1975): 67-68. (Review of Monsieur.)

Press, John. The Chequer’d Shade: Reflections on Obscurity in Poetry. London: Oxford University Press, 1968. (Frequent references are made to Durrell’s works, Key to Modern Poetry and Tree of Idleness in particular.)
________. “Poets of the Second World War and of the 1940’s: Introduction.” A Map of Modern English Verse John Press, 230-235. London: Oxford University Press, 1969. (The introduction segment of the chapter discusses Durrell. “Nemea” is also included in the poetry selections that follow.)
________. “Travellers.” Rule and Energy: Trends in British Poetry Since the Second World War John Press, 202-35. London: Oxford University Press, 1963. (Text of the George Elliston Poetry Foundation Lectures, University of Cincinnati, 1962.)

Pritchett, V. S. “Alexandrian Hothouse.” The Living Novel and Later Appreciations V. S. Pritchett, 303-9. New York: Random House, 1964. (Also appears in Pritchett’s The Working Novelist.)
________. “Alexandrian Hothouse.” The Working Novelist V. S. Pritchett, 30-35. London: Chatto & Windus, 1965.
________. “New Novels.” New Statesman and Nation 13 (May 1937): 741. (Review of Panic Spring.)
________. “The Sun and the Sun-Less.” New Statesman 59, no. 13 February (1960): 223-24.

Proser, Matthew N. “Darley’s Dilemma: The Problem of Structure in Durrell’s Alexandria Quartet.” Critique: Studies in Modern Fiction 4, no. 2 (1961): 18-28.

Quillevere, Hanne Guldberg, “Characters and the City” Thesis, University of British Columbia 1965

Quinn, Patrick. “Behind The Black Book: Auden’s Looming Shadow” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 10 (2006-07)

———-“Down into the Labyrinth and Beyond the Ego.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 6 (1998): 78-92.
________. “”More Than a Fascination With the Divine Marquis”: John Fowles’s The Magus and Lawrence Durrell’s The Alexandria Quartet.” Lawrence Durrell and the Greek World, Ed. Anna Lillios, 270-284.
________. “Wandering With Wellies Over the Pudding Island: England in the Poetry of Lawrence Durrell.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 4 (1995): 33-40.

Radavich, David. “A Grecian Turn: Poems From Corfu.” Lawrence Durrell and the Greek World, Ed. Anna Lillios, 309-15.
________. “Personal Landscapes: British Poets in Egypt During the Second World War.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 6 (1998): 206-9. (Review of Bolton’s book of the same title.)

Raine, Kathleen. “George Seferis.” Poetry London 4, no. 15 (1949): 25-26. (Review of Seferis’ The King of Asine. London: John Lehmann Ltd., 1948, which is in part
translated by Durrell.)

Ramsay, Allan “Lawrence Durrell: An Appraisal”Contemporary Review 294/1707 (2012)

Rao, A. Ramakrishna. “The Image of Labyrinth in Borges, Durrell and Joshi.” Glimpses of Indo-English Fiction, Ed. O. P. Saxena, 17-281985.

Raper, Julius Rowan. “Constructing the Feminine: Elemental Figures in Durrell’s Pied Piper of Lovers.” Lawrence Durrell Revisited : Lawrence Durrell Revisité, Ed. Corinne Alexandre-Garner, 53-61.
________. “Durrell’s Justine and Fowles’s The Collector As Late Modernist Novels: Why the Postmodern?” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 7 (1999): 70-92.
________. “Lawrence Durrell’s Alexandria Quartet.” A Companion to the British and Irish Novel, 1945-2000, Ed. Brian W. Shaffer, 340-353. Abingdon, UK: Blackwell Publishers, 2004.
________. “Lawrence Durrell’s Balthazar (1958): Breaking the Modernist Mold.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 2 (1993): 69-84.
________. “Lawrence Durrell’s Mountolive (1958): Merger, Abjection, and a Better Union.” Literature and Psychology: Proceedings of the Ninth International Conference on Literature and Psychology, Ed. Frederico Pereira. Lisbon: Instituto Superior de Psicologia Aplicada, 1992.
________. “Lawrence Durrell’s Sebastian (1983): The Novel of Transferences.” Studies in the Literary Imagination 24, no. 1 (1991): 109-17.
________. “The Philosopher’s Stone and Durrell’s Psychological Vision in Monsieur and Livia.” Twentieth Century Literature 36, no. 4 (1990): 419-33. (Reprinted in Lawrence Durrell: Comprehending the Whole.)

________. “The Philosopher’s Stone and Durrell’s Psychological Vision in The Avignon Quintet.” Lawrence Durrell: Comprehending the Whole, Eds. Raper-Julius-Rowan, Melody L. Enscore, and Paige Matthey Bynum, 137-50.

——– “A Smile in His Mind’s Eye: A Study of the Early Works of Lawrence Durrell (review)”Modern Fiction Studies 53/4 (2007)

Raper, Julius Rowan, Melody L. Enscore, and Paige Matthey Bynum. “Introduction.” Lawrence Durrell: Comprehending the Whole, Eds. Julius Rowan Raper, Melody L. Enscore, and Paige Matthey Bynum, 1-7.
________. Lawrence Durrell: Comprehending the Whole. Columbia: University of Missouri Press, 1995.

Rashidi, Linda Stump. “Beyond Mere Words: Duality, Reality, and Linguistic Structure in Balthazar.” Lawrence Durrell Revisited : Lawrence Durrell Revisité, Ed. Corinne Alexandre-Garner, 95-118.
________. “Complexity of Reality in Lawrence Durrell’s The Alexandria Quartet.” Systemic Perspectives on Discourse Vol 2, Eds. James Benson and William Greeves, 204-24. New Jersey: Ablex Publishing Corporation, 1985.

——— “Durrell’s City as Interior Space: ‘The City Begins and Ends in Us'” in D Kaczvinsky (ed.) Durrell and the City: Collected Essays on Place

_______. “Durrell As Magical Realist.” Lawrence Durrell: Actes Du Colloque Pour L’Inauguration De La Bibliothèque Durrell, Ed. Corinne Alexandre-Garner, 117-23.
________. “Linguistic Signals of Activeness and Passiveness in Lawrence Durrell’s The Alexandria Quartet.” The Ninth LACUS Forum 1982, 405-12. Columbia, SC: Hornbeam Press, for the Linguistic Association of Canada and the United States, 1983.
________. (Re)Constructing Reality: Complexity in Lawrence Durrell’s Alexandria Quartet. Studies in Twentieth-Century British Literature, Ed. Karen Marguerite Radell, 7. New York: Peter Lang , 2004.
________. “Translating Reality: Linguistic Structure in The Alexandria Quartet.” Durrell in Alexandria: On Miracle Ground IX Conference Proceedings, Ed. Shelly Ekhtiar, 356-64.

Rawlinson, Mark. Bitish Writing of the Second World War. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2000.

Read, Phyllis J. “The Illusion of Personality: Cyclical Time in Durrell’s Alexandria Quartet.” Modern Fiction Studies 13, no. 3 (1967): 389-99.

Reavey, George. “Eight Characters in Search of an Exit.” Saturday Review 45, no. 10 March (1962): 24.

Redwine, Bruce, “The Melting Mirage of Lawrence Durrell’s White City” Arion 16/1 (2008)

————-, “The Ancient Egyptian Context of The Alexandria Quartet“, Mosaic 49.3 (2016).

Reeve, Phyllis Margery Parham. “Mythopoesis of Lawrence Durrell.” Thes., University of British Columbia, 1965.

Regan, Robert Alton. “Updike’s Symbol of the Center.” Modern Fiction Studies 20, no. 1 (1974): 77-96. (Durrell’s Quartet is compared to Updike’s poem “Reflection.”)

Reibling, Christopher Robert. “’In the Stud Book and Everything’: Femme Fatality and the Word in Twentieth Century Anglo-American Fiction.” Diss., York University, 1991.

Reilly, Robert J. “Henry James and the Morality of Fiction.” American Literature 39, no. 1 (1967): 1-30.

Rexroth, Kenneth. “The Artifice of Convincing Immodesty.” Griffin 9, no. 9 (1960): 3-9.
________. “The Comic Spirit.” Atlantic Monthly 202, no. September (1958): 80-81.
________. “The Footsteps of Horrace.” Nation 184, no. 18 May (1957): 444.
________. “Lawrence Durrell.” Assays Kenneth Rexroth, 118-30. Norfolk: New Directions, 1961. (Reprinted in Friedman Critical Essays on Lawrence Durrell. Consists of three reviews.)
________. “A Steady Note of Mockery.” Nation 206, no. 20 May (1968): 673-74. (Review of  Tunc.)
________. “What Is Wrong With Durrell?” Nation 190, no. 4 June (1960): 493-94.

Rhodes, Nick. “A Necessary Bias.” PN Review 5, no. 4 (1978): 51-52.
Riaume, Jean Marc. “Lawrence Durrell Et Les Iles De La Mediterranee.” Cycnos 7

(1991): 51-61.

Ribera Goriz, Nuria. “Anais Nin: Writing As a Waking Dream.” Diss., Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona (Spain), 1993.
For an abstract of this thesis, see “Essays and Theses” page

Richardson, K. R. “A Critical Examination of Lawrence Durrell’s Alexandria Quartet, With Particular Reference to the Influence on Content and Form of Durrell’s ‘Heraldic Universe’, and His Interests in Physics and Psychology.” Thes., University of London, Birkbeck College, 1976.

Richardson, Ken. “Space-Time and Relativity in ‘The Alexandria Quartet’.” Labrys 5 (1979): 111-39.

Richardson, Maurice. “New Novels.” New Statesman and Nation 53, no. 9 February (1957): 180. (Review of Justine.)

Richtofen, Patrick von. “Lawrence Durrell, Prince of Denmark.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly 4, no. 2 (1980): 3-14.

Ricks, Christopher. “Female and Other Impersonators.” New York Review of Books 15, no. 23 July (1970): 8. (Notes: Review of Nunquam.)

Ridler, Anne. “Recollections of Lawrence Durrell.” Twentieth Century Literature: 33, no. 3 (1987): 293-97. (Includes excerpts of letters.)

Rieger-Pratt, Anna. “Lawrence Durrell’s “Alexandria Quartet”: A “Novelist’s Novel”?” Kwartalnik Neofilologiczny 28, no. 3-4 (1981): 357-67.

Rifaie, Mohamed Abdil-Aziz Mohamed “The Personal Landscape group of poets in Egypt” Thesis, Univerisyt of Wales 1981

Rippier, Joseph S. “Introduction.” Some Postwar British Novelists Joseph S. Rippier, 5-18. Frankfurt/Main: Verlag Moritz Diesterweg, 1965. (Durrell is discussed, generally, in the context of post-WWII British authors, including Golding, Murdoch and Snow.)
________. “Lawrence Durrell.” Some Postwar British Novelists Joseph S. Rippier, 106-37. Frankfurt/Main: Verlag Moritz Diesterweg, 1965.

Ritchie, Harry. Success Stories: Literature and the Media in England, 1950-1959. London: Faber & Faber, 1988.

Rizzo, Alessandra. “The Myth of Durrell and Simeti: Sicilian Identities Through Travel and Translation.” Textus: English Studies in Italy 18, no. 2 (2005): 351-67.

Roberts, Helene. “The Inside, The Surface, The Mass: Some Recurring Images of Women.” Women’s Studies 2, no. 3 (1974): 289-307.

Robillard, Douglas Jr. “ The Alchemist of The Alexandria Quartet.” Cauda Pavonis: The Hermetic Text Society Newsletter 8, no. 2 (1989): 7-9.
________. “In the Capital of Memory: The Alexandria of Durrell and Cavafy.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly 5, no.1 (1981): 78-87.

Robinson, Barbara “Reminiscences” Deus Loci: the Lawrence Durrell Journal  NS 13 (2012-13)

Robinson, Jeremy. Lawrence Durrell: Between Love and Death, Between East and West. Kidderminster, Worcester, England: Crescent Moon, 1995.
________. “Love, Culture, and Poetry.” Into the Labyrinth: Essays on the Art of Lawrence Durrell, Ed. Frank L. Kersnowksi, 141-50.
________. Love, Culture & Poetry: A Study of Lawrence Durrell. Kidderminster, Worcester, England: Crescent Moon, 1990. (An extended version of an essay originally appearing in Into the Labyrinth: Essays on the Art of Lawrence Durrell. )

Robinson, W. R. “Intellect and Imagination in The Alexandria Quartet.” Shenandoah 18, no. 4 (1967): 55-68.

Robson, W. W. Modern English Literature. London: Oxford University Press, 1970.

Rodenbeck, John. “Alexandria in Cavafy, Durrell, and Tsirkas.” Alif: Journal of Comparative Poetics (2001): 141-62.
________. “Literary Alexandria.” Massachusetts Review 42, no. 4 (2002): 524-72.

Roessel, David. “”Cut in Half As It Was”: Editorial Excisions and the Original Shape of Reflections on a Marine Venus.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 6 (1998): 64-77.
________. In Byron’s Shadow: Modern Greece in English & American Literature From 1770 to 1967. New York: Oxford University Press, 2002. (Durrell is discussed most extensively in the Introduction and Conclusion.)
________. “Introduction.” Reflections on a Marine Venus: A Companion to the Landscape of Rhodes Lawrence Durrell, 3-13. New York: Marlowe & Company, 1996.
________. “Introduction.” Closed Doors: An Answer to Bitter Lemons by Lawrence Durrell Costis Montis, i-xvi. Minneapolis: Nostos Books, 2004.
________. “Letters of Lawrence Durrell to Austen Harrison.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 3 (1994): 2-34.
________. “A Passage Through Alexandria: The City in the Writing of Durrell and Forster.” Alexandria: Real and Imagined, Eds. Anthony Hirst and Michael Silk, 323-35.
________. “Rodis Roufos on Bitter Lemons: A Suppressed Section of The Age of Bronze.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 3 (1994): 129-38.
________. “’Something to Stand the Government in Good Stead’: Lawrence Durrell and the Cyprus Review.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 3 (1994): 37-50.
________. “’This Is Not a Political Book’: Bitter Lemons As British Propaganda (Lawrence Durrell and Cyprus).” Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies 24 (2000): 235-45.
________. “’Yorick’s Column’: Lawrence Durrell’s Unsigned Humor Sketches in the Egyptian Gazette, 1941.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 5 (1997): 3-52.
Rogers, Mary F. Novels, Novelists, and Readers: Towards a Phenomenological Sociology of Literature. New York: State University of New York Press, 1991.

Roessel, David and Vincent, Gerald, “A Tale of Two Villages: Lawrence Durrell, Hassan Fathy, and the Story of Gourna” Deus Loci: the Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 14 (2016)

Rohan, Jean-Pierre de. “ Lawrence Durrell.” Book and Magazine Collector, no. 47 (1988): 22-29. (Contains a review of Durrell’s publishing career, with a particular emphasis on British editions. Contains a bibliography of book publications in the UK of Durrell’s materials, as well as a pricing guide for these works.)

Roht, Toivi. “The Narrative Quest: An Interpretation of Lawrence Durrell’s Alexandria Quartet.” Thes., Queen’s University, 1968.

Rolin, Gabrielle. “Lawrence Durrell.” Realites 280 (May 1969): 5-17.

Rolland, Marc. “Tunc Et Nunquam Romans D’Anticipation?”Lawrence Durrell: Actes Du Colloque Pour L’Inauguration De La Bibliothèque Durrell, Ed. Corinne Alexandre-Garner, 179-94.

Rolo, Charles. “Fiction Chronicle.” Atlantic Monthly 202, no. September (1958): 80-81. (Review of Balthazar.)
________. “Reader’s Choice.” Atlantic 203, no. April (1959): 134.
________. “Reader’s Choice.” Atlantic 204 (September 1959): 95. (Review of Stiff Upper Lip.)
________. “Troubled Island.” Atlantic Monthly 201, no. April (1958): 93-94.

Romberg, Bertil. “The Alexandria Quartet.” Studies in the Narrative Technique of the First-Person Novel Bertil Romberg, 277-308. Stockholm: Almqvist & Wiksell, 1962.
________. “The Alexandria Quartet.” Studies in the Narrative Techniques of the First-Person Novel Bertil Romberg, 277-308. Folcroft: Folcroft Library Editions, 1974.

Rook, Robin. At the Foot of the Acropolis: A Study of Lawrence Durrell’s Novels. Birmingham, England: The Delos Press, 1995.
________. Lawrence Durrell’s Double Concerto. Birmingham, England : Delos Press, 1990.

Rose, John M. “Durrell and Plotinus: Mapping the City, Mapping Life.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 5 (1997): 75-89.
________. “Multiple Truths and Multiple Narratives: Nietzsche’s Perspectivism and the Narrative Structure of The Alexandria Quartet.Lawrence Durrell and the Greek World, Ed. Anna Lillios, 215-38.

Rose, Phyllis. “Tours of Sicily.” The American Scholar 67, no. 4 (1998): 129-33.

Rosenberg, Mirta. “La Oscura Belleza De Las Intrigas.” Suplemento Cultura La Nación (Buenos Aires) 10 Feb (2002): 8.

Rosenblum, Mort. Olives: The Life and Lore of a Noble Fruit. New York: North Point Press, 1996. (Mentions Durrell throughout.)

Ross, Alan. “Cefalu.” Times Literary Supplement 2405 (March 1948): 133. (Review of Cefalu.)
________. “Mediterranean Littorals.” Poetry 1945-1950 Alan Ross, 27-30. London: Longmans, Green and Co., 1951.
________. “The Poetry of Mnemotechny.” Poetry London 10 (1944): 236-38.
________. “Rhyme and Reason.” New York Times Book Review, no. 17 September (1967): 20.

Routh, Francis, “Songs of Lawrence Durrell.” (1966):1966. (A song cycle on Durrell’s poetry, for voice and piano. Contains “Echo,” “Lesbos,” “Nemea,” “The Unimportant Morning,” and “Water Music.”)

Roxman, Susanna. “Uppståndelsetematik Och Kristussymbolik i Lawrence Durrells ‘Alexandria Quartet’. (The Theme of Resurrection and Christ Symbolism in Lawrence Durrell’s ‘Alexandria Quartet’).” Perspektiv P$ Prosa. (Perspectives on Prose), Ed. Birgitta Ahlmo-Nilsson, 149-69. Göteborg, Sweden: Göteborg University, 1981.

——-“The Making of a Goddess: Aphrodite in Lawrence Durrell’s Prose and Poetry”, in Johansson, Gota (ed.) Aphrodite: the making of a goddess Lund: Palmkrons forlag 2005

Rubrecht, Werner Hermann. Durrells Alexandria Quartet. Struktur Als Bezugssystem, Sichtung Und Analyse. Berne: Franck, 1972.

Rueda, Mercedes Prieto. “La Ciudad: Microcosmos Metafóricos En El Cuarteto De Alejandría De Lawrence Durrell.” Diss., Universidad Complutense de Madrid, 1997.

Rugset, Tone. “Tunc-Nunquam: The Quest for Wholeness.” Labrys 5 (1979): 155-62.
________. “Tunc-Nunquam: The Quest for Wholeness.” Critical Essays on Lawrence Durrell, Ed. Alan Warren Friedman, 216-22.

Rumens, Carol. “Eros and Thanatos in Alex.” The Observer, no. 23 October (1983): 32. (Review of Constance and The Alexandria Quartet.)

Ruprecht, Louis A. Jr. “By the Waters of Delphi: Durrell, Kazantzakis, Achilles’ Fiancee, and the Idea of Greece.” Soundings: An Interdisciplinary Journal 83, no. 2 (2000): 331-60.
________. “ God Gardened in the East, Avram Wandered West.” The South Atlantic Quarterly 98, no. 4 (1999): 689-710.

Ruprecht, Walter Hermann. Durrells Alexandria Quartet: Struktur Als Belzugssystem. Sichtung Und Analyse. Swiss Studies in English, 72. Berne: Francke Verlag, 1972.

Russo, John Paul. “Love in Lawrence Durrell.” Prairie Schooner 43, no. 4 (1969): 396-407.

Ryan, Betty. “Nous Faisons De L’Histoire!” Twentieth Century Literature: 33,
no. 3 (1987): 284-86.

Sajavaara, Kari. Imagery in Lawrence Durrell’s Prose. Mémoires De La Société Néophilologique De Helsinki, 35. Helsinki: Société Néophilologique, 1975. (Sajavaara offers a detailed study of imagery in Durrell’s works, as well as how imagery and theme interact.)

Salisbury, Harrrison E, Review of Collected Poems” New York Times n.d.

Sallam, Mona H. “Women in Liddell’s Unreal City and Durrell’s The Alexandria Quartet.” Durrell in Alexandria: On Miracle Ground IX Conference Proceedings, Ed. Shelly Ekhtiar, 170-176.

Sanavio, Piero. “Retracing a Literary Passage From India; Durrell’s Himalayas (Interview With Lawrence Durrell).” World Press Review 30, no. 11 (November 1983): 59. (This brief interview is described as “based on an interview with Piero Sanavio [who translated Durrell into Italian] , excerpted from the liberal ‘La Stampa’ of Turin.”)

Sanchez Garcia, J. M. “Una Estructuración Del “Dominio Lexico-Conceptual Del Amor” Previa a Su Estudio Traductológico Ingles-Espaaeol En The Alexandria Quartet.” Atlantis 19, no. 1 (1997): 315-34.
________. “Algunas Taxonomias Del Lexico De Las Emociones y Su Pertinencia Para El Corpus Lexico De Un Estudio Traductologico Ingles-Espanol.” Cuadernos De Investigacion Filologica (Spain) 21-22 (1995): 89-118.
________. “Desplazamientos Lexico-Semanticos y Efectos Macroestructurales En La Traduccion Espanola De The Alexandria Quartet: Topologia Conceptual.” Miscelanea: A Journal of English and American Studies 16, no. 189-213 (1995): 231-32.

Sanchez Mayans, Fernando. “Miller y Durrell Publican Su Correspondencia.” Nivel 44 , no. 3 (1966): 8.

Savinel, Christine. “Postface: « Le Quatuor D’Alexandrie », Masque Et Rhapsodie.” Le Quatuor D’Alexandrie Lawrence Durrell, 1007-26. Paris: La Pochothèque, 1992.

Scholes, Robert. “Lawrence Durrell and The Return to Alexandria.” The Fabulators Robert Scholes, 17-31. New York: Oxford University Press, 1967. (Reprint of Scholes,  “Return to Alexandria: Lawrence Durrell and Western Narrative Tradition.” Virginia Quarterly Review 40 (Summer 1964), 411-420.)
________. “Lawrence Durrell and the Return to Alexandria.” Fabulation and Metafiction Robert Scholes, 28-36. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1979. (Reprinted as “Lawrence Durrell and the Return to Alexandria.” Critical Essays on Lawrence Durrell, Ed. Alan Warren Friedman, 171-77.
________. “The Revival of Romance: Lawrence Durrell 1967.” The English Novel: Developments in Criticism Since Henry James: A Casebook, Ed. Stephen Hazell, 125-35. London: Macmillan, 1978.

Schwerdt, Lisa. “Coming of Age in Alexandria: The Narrator.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly 5, no. 1 (1981): 210-221.

Scott, Clive “The Poet as Idler” Deus Loci: the Lawrence Durrell Journal  NS 13 (2012-13)

Scott, W. T. “Lyric Line With Elegance.” Saturday Review 40, no. 22 June (1957): 31.

Scott-James, R. A. Fifty Years of English Literature 1900-1950. London: Longmans, Green, 1951.

Scott-Kilvert, Ian. “Seferis and Britain.” George Seferis 1900-1971 National Book League , 9-10. London: National Book League & the British Council, 1975.

 

Sedivy, Sonia. “Metaphoric Pictures, Pulsars, Platypuses.” Metaphor and Symbol 12, no. 2 (1997): 95-112. (Sedivy discusses a quotation from Durrell in relationship to Donald Davdison’s theory of metaphor.)

Seferis, George. “George Seferis to Henry Miller: A Letter.” Labrys 5 (1979): 81.
________. “The Greek Poems of Lawrence Durrell.” Labrys 5 (1979): 85-92.
________. The King of Asine and Other Poems. Trans. Lawrence Spencer Bernard Valaoritis Nanos Durrell. London: John Lehmann Ltd., 1948.

Segaud, Arlette, Pour Saluer Lawrence Durrell: Larry au quotidien, Barbentane: Editions Equinoxe, 1996; with a preface (in French) by Lee Durrell; and an epigraph, “Au risque de choquer les academiques de Lawrence Durrell”

Seigneurie, Ken. “Decolonizing the British: Deflections of Desire in the Alexandria Quartet.” South Atlantic Review 69, no. 1 (2004): 85-109.
________. “Sweeping The Alexandria Quartet Out of a Dusty Corner.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal ns 9 (2003): 82-110.
Seigneurie, Kenneth Eric. “Space and the Colonial Encounter in Lawrence Durrell, Out El-Kouloub and Naguib Mahfouz (Egypt).” Diss., University of Michigan, 1996.
(DAI: DA9610235)
For an abstract of this thesis, see the “Essays and Theses” page

Sekilianos, Angelos. “The Death Feast of the Greeks.” Penguin New Writing 33 (1948). (Translated by Durrell.)

Semola, Giuseppina. “Echoes of Italy in Cyprus: Lawrence Durrell’s Bitter Lemons.” Durrell in Alexandria: On Miracle Ground IX Conference Proceedings, Ed. Shelly Ekhtiar, 292-98.
________. “Echoes of Italy in Cyprus: Lawrence Durrell’s Bitter Lemons.” The Cyprus Review: A Journal of Social Economic, and Political Issues 13, no. 2 (2001): 111-23.

Senn, Wener. “The Labyrinth Image in Verbal Art: Sign, Symbol, Icon?” Word & Image 2, no. 3 (1986): 219. (The Dark Labyrinth is discussed on page 226.)

Serpieri, Alessandro. “Il Quartetto Di Alessandria Di Lawrence Durrell.” Ponte 18 (1962): 48-57.

Sertoli, Giuseppe. Lawrence Durrell. Civilta Letteraria Del Novecento: Sezione Inglese – Americana, Melchiori, Giorgio , 6. Milano: University of Mersia, 1967.
________. “Lawrence Durrell e Il ‘Quartetto Di Alessandria’.” English Miscellany (Rome) (1967): 207-xx.

Servotte, Herman. “The Alexandrian Quartet Van Lawrence Durrell.” Dietsche Warande En Belfort 108 (1963): 646-58.

Seymour-Smith, Martin. “ Lawrence Durrell.” The New Guide to Modern World Literature Martin Seymour-Smith, 308-. New York: Peter Bedrick, 1985.

Shapiro, Stephen A. “The Ambivalent Animal: Man in the Contemporary British and American Novel.” The Centennial Review 12 (1968): 1-22.

Sharon, Avi. “An Anglo-Hellenic Colossus.” Anglo-Hellenic Review 21 (2000): 3-4.
________. “New Friends For New Places: England Rediscovers Greece (Mid-Twentieth Century Literary Connections).” Arion: A Journal of Humanities and the Classics 8, no. 2 (2000): 42-62.

———- “Making a New Myth of Greece: Lawrence Durrell, Rex Warner, and the ‘Captain’ of Modern Greek Letters”  Arion: A Journal of Humanities and the Classics 23/1 (2015)

—— “Sketch of a Greek Correspondence: Lawrence Durrell and George Katsimbalism.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 6 (1998): 3-11.

Shaw, Dan. “L’Ecriture Masculine.” Thes., University of Georgia, 2002.(Focuses on Miller, but Durrell receives much discussion with regard to Art & Outrage.)

Sherbo, Arthur,Not in the Collected Poems of Lawrence Durrell”ANQ: A Quarterly Journal of Short Articles, Notes, and Reviews 20/1 n.d.

Shifreen, Lawrence J. “Faction in the Villa Seurat.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly 5, no. 2 (1981): 1-19.

________. “Re-Evaluating the Durrell-Miller Canon.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly 7, no. 5 (1984): 115-23.

Shires, Linda M. British Poetry of the Second World War. Macmillan Studies in Twentieth Century Literature. London: Macmillan Press Ltd., 1985. (Durrell is mentioned a number of times in relation to the Personal Landscape poets.)

Shugart, Diane. “Refracting Paradise: Seeing Greece Through Writer’s Eyes.” Odyssey: The World of Greece November/December (1999): 56-58. (Review of Keeley’s Inventing Paradise.)

Siegumfeldt, Inge Birgitte. “Lawrence Durrell’s Southbound Train: The Disorientation of the Reader in The Avignon Quintet.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal ns 8 (2001): 109-23.

Silverstein, Norman and Arthur L. Lewis. “Durrell’s ‘Song for Zarathustra’.” The Explicator 21, no. 2 (1962): item 10.

Sininger, Richard, Sappho [Libretto] American Record Guide 76/3 (2013) (The libretto, adapted from a play by Lawrence Durrell (also 1912-90), deals with the legendary Greek poet [Sappho]. Since almost nothing is known about the real poet, the play and opera weave a complex story about this woman. Sappho is pictured as a respected poet who serves as the voice of a local oracle – a fact unknown to the general public.)

Sitwell, Edith. “New Poems 1963.” Times Literary Supplement (December 1963): 1011. (Sitwell responds to a review of Durrell’s New Poems 1963, mentioning Durrell twice.)

Sivadasan, C. P. “”Green Coconuts: Rio” – A Stylistic Analysis.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 7 (1999): 213-14.

Skeffington, Jack, “Fluid States: Modernism and the Self in the Literature of Port Cities” Thesis, University of Arizona 2012

Skordili, Beatrice. “The Author and the Demiurge: Gnostic Dualism in The Alexandria Quartet.” Agora: An Online Graduate Journal 3, no. 1 (2004): 1-21.
________. “The Case of the Missing Green Fingerstall: Durrell’s Quasi-Relativistic Poetics.” Lawrence Durrell Revisited : Lawrence Durrell Revisité, Ed. Corinne Alexandre-Garner, 155-66.

——– “Destroying Time: Topology and Taxonomy in The Alexandria Quartet” Thesis, Syracuse University NY (2007)

_______. “Two Optical Apparatuses in The Alexandria Quartet.” In-Between: Essays and Studies in Literary Criticism 11, no. 2 (2002): 223-40.

Skow, John. “Infernal Triangle.” Time 27 January (1975): 3, 85.

Sligh, Charles. “Reading the Divergent Weave: A Note and Some Speculations on Durrell and Cortazar.” Durrell in Alexandria: On Miracle Ground IX Conference Proceedings, Ed. Shelly Ekhtiar, 178-87.
________. “Lawrence Durrell, Postmodernism and the Ethics of Alterity.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly NS 7 (1999): 184-89. (Review of Herbrechter’s book of the same title.)
________. “The Minor Mythologies: Introduction.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 7 (1999): 3-10.
________. “Reading the Divergent Weave: A Note and Some Speculations on Durrell and Cortazar.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 6 (1998): 118-32.

Smith, Janet Adam. “Books of the Quartet.” The Criterion 18, no. 70 (1938): 113-18. (Reviews Proems and comments on Durrell’s contribution.)

Smith, Nelson J. III. “The Dynamics of Fictional Worlds.” Western Humanities Review 22 (1968): 35-46.

Smith, Richard. “Afterword: The Relevance of Gnosticism.” The Nag Hammadi Library in English, Ed. James M. Robinson, 532-49. New York: HarperCollins, 1990.

Smith, Romayne Chaloner. “The Shape of the Fluid in Lawrence Durrell’s The Alexandria Quartet.” Thes., University of Western Ontario.

Smith, Rowland. “Service in Exile: Poets Abroad in Wartime.” The Dalhousie Review 75, no. 1 (1995): 81-97. (While essentially a review article, Smith engages extensively with the Alexandria Quartet and adds to Bowen’s initial work in “Many Histories Deep”: The Personal Landscape Poets in Egypt, 1940-45. Madison: Farleigh Dickinson University Press, 1995.)

Smith, Tony. “Durrell’s Quincunx.” British Medical Journal 288, no. 6420 (March 1984): 850-851.

Smith, William G. “Letting the Book Breathe by Itself.” Lawrence Durrell: Conversations, Ed. Earl G. Ingersoll, 60-62. (Reprint of the interview from Books and Bookmen February 1960.)

Smock, Frederick. “Lawrence Durrell.” Anais 12 (1994): 63. (A series of poems.)

Smyth, W. F. “Lawrence Durrell: Modern Love in Chamber Pots and Space Time.” Edge (Edmonton) 2, no. Spring (1964): 105-16.

Sobhy, Soad Hussein. “Alexandria As Groddeck’s It.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 6 (1998): 26-39. (Preceded by posthumous tributes to the author by Dr. Zeinab Raafat and Dr. Aleya Said.)
________. “Alexandria As Groddeck’s It.” Durrell in Alexandria: On Miracle Ground IX Conference Proceedings, Ed. Shelly Ekhtiar, 2-9.
________. “The Fabulator’s Perspective on Egypt in The Alexandria Quartet.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 4 (1995): 85-96.
________. “Lawrence Durrell’s Heraldic Universe.” Gombak Review: A Biannual Publication of Creative Writing and Critical Comment 3, no. 1 (1998): 1-18.

Soete, Mary. “Lawrence Durrell.” Library Journal 125, no. 8 (2000): 166. (Reviews the video “A Smile in the Mind’s Eye” and lists the video’s availability. The short film is described as biographical and rich in detail.)

Sokolov, Raymond A. “Places.” New York Times Book Review, no. 3 December (1978): 15. (Review of The Greek Islands.)

Solway, David. “Inventing Paradise: The Greek Journey 1937-47.” Journal of Modern Greek Studies 18, no. 1 (2000): 209-12. (Review of Edmund Keeley’s Inventing Paradise.)

Southam, Wallace. Lesbos. Arr. Patrick Smythe. Oxford Solo Songs. London: Oxford University Press, 1967. (Consists of one broadsheet musical setting of Durrell’s poem “Lesbos.” Carries the note: “This song is recorded (7” E.P.) on Jupiter jep O C 39 by Belle Gonzalez accompanied by a small jazz ensemble. The present adaptation for voice and piano is by Patrick Smythe.”)

Spanaki, Marianna. “Egypt and Cyprus: Representations of Colonialism in Cavafy, Pierides, Roufos, and Durrell.” Journal of the Hellenic Diaspora 23, no. 2 (1997): 111-26.

Spence, Sharon Lloyd. “Lawrence Durrell: Bitter and Sweet in Cyprus.” Literary Trips 2: Following in the Footsteps of Fame, Ed. Victoria Brooks, 328-39. Vancouver, BC: GreatEscapes.com Publishing, 2001.

Spencer, Bernard. “Review: BITTER LEMONS.” The London Magazine 4, no. 10 (1957): 57-59.

Spencer, Sharon. “The Ambiguities of Incest in Lawrence Durrell’s Heraldic Universe: A Rankian Interpretation.” Twentieth Century Literature: 33, no. 4 (1987): 436-48.
________. Collage of Dreams: The Writings of Anais Nin. Chicago: Swallow Press Inc., 1977. (Durrell is mentioned several times throughout the text, but nearly exclusively in a paired reference to Henry Miller and their role as supporters of Nin.)
________. “Dialogues, Drifting, and Otto Rank: A Response.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly 7, no. 5 (1984): 155-58.
________. Space, Time and Structure in the Modern Novel. New York : New York University Press, 1971. (Durrell is mentioned several times throughout the text with regard to general trends or other authors, but does not directly receive extended critical analysis.)

Spender, Stephen. Poetry Since 1939. London: Longmans Green & Co., 1951.
________. The Writer’s Dilemma: Essays First Published in ‘Times Literary Supplement’ Under the Heading: ‘Limits of Control’. London: Oxford University Press, 1961.

Spinks, C. W. “Durrell’s Monsieur: Gnosis, Trickster, and the Othering Side.” Selected Essays on the Humor of Lawrence Durrell, Eds. Betsy Nichols, Frank L. Kersnowski, and James R. Nichols, 121-31.

St. Aubyn, F. C. and Michel Butor. “Entretien Avec Michel Butor.” The French Review 36, no. 1 (1962): 12-22.

Stahl, Fa. “Physics As Metaphor and Vice-Versa.” Leonardo 20, no. 1 (1987): 57-64.

Stanciu, Virgil. “Lawrence Durrell – Un Profil.” Steaua 21, no. 4 (1970): 119-xx.

Stanford, Derek. “Lawrence Durrell.” The Freedom of Poetry: Studies in Contemporary Verse Derek Stanford, 123-35. London: The Falcon Press, 1947. (Also printed in under the same title, The Hague, Holland: Mouton & Company, 1947. Very good photograph of Durrell on p. 125.)
________. “Lawrence Durrell: An Early View of His Poetry.” The World of Lawrence Durrell, Ed Harry T. Moore, 38-48. (From Stanford’s The Freedom of Poetry: Studies in Contemporary Verse.)
________. “Lawrence Durrell As Poet: Some Retrospections and Presumptions.” Labrys 5 (1979): 104-9.
________. “Virtuoso Verse.” Books and Bookmen July (1973): 96.

Stark, Freya. “An Idyl Broke by Shrill Voices and Flashes of Hate.” New York Times Book Review, no. 2 March (1958): 6.
________. “The Isles of Greece.” The Classical Journal 56, no. 7 (1961): 316-16. (Review of Prospero’s Cell and Reflections on a Marine Venus.)
________. “A Letter.” Labrys 5 (1979): 77.
________. “These Greeks Still Have a Word for It—Xiape.” New York Times Book Review, no. 6 November (1960): 7.

Steinberg, Theodore L. “ Lawrence Durrell’s Postmodern Epic.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 7 (1999): 58-69.
________. Twentieth Century Epic Novels. Newark: University of Delaware Press, 2005.

Steiner, George. “Lawrence Durrell and the Baroque Novel.” Language and Silence:  George Steiner, 280-287. New York: Atheneum, 1967. (Reprinted from Yale Review 49 (1960): 488-495 and in Friedman’s Critical Essays on Lawrence
Durrell  and The World of Lawrence Durrell, Ed Harry T. Moore, 13-23.

Stephanides, Theodore. “Bishop’s Move.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly 6, no. 4 (1983): 13-15.
________. “Days at Paleocastritsa.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly 6, no. 4 (1983): 7-12.
________. “’First Meeting With Lawrence Durrell’ and ‘The House at Kalami’.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Newsletter 1, no. 1 (1977): 3-10.
________. “First Meeting With Lawrence Durrell; and, The House at Kalami.” Twentieth Century Literature: 33, no. 3 (1987): 266-73.
________. “In Egypt After the Fall of Crete.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Newsletter 3, no. 3 (1980): 2-9.

The preceding five items were reprinted in Stephanides, Theodore, Autumn Gleanings: Corfu Memoirs and Poems (ed, R Pine et al.), Durrell School of Corfu/ILDS, Corfu 2011.
________. Island Trails. London: Macdonald and Co, Publishers Ltd., 1973. (Both Lawrence and Gerald Durrell are mentioned a number of times throughout this
work, which is introduced by Gerald Durrell.)

Stern, James. “Lawrence Durrell: A Celebration.” Twentieth Century Literature: i33, no. 3 (1987): 334-36.

Stevenson, Lionel. Yesterday and After. New York: Barnes & Noble, 1967. (See pages 387-390.)

Stevenson, Randall. “Art: Modernism and Postmodernism.” Modernist Fiction: An Introduction Randall Stevenson, 195-99. Lexington: University of Kentucky Press, 1992.
________. “The Game of Mirrors: Lawrence Durrell and John Fowles.” The British Novel Since the Thirties Randall Stevenson, 203-9. London: B.T. Batsford, Ltd., 1986.
________. “Modernism and Post-Modernism: The Experimental Novel Since 1930.” The British Novel Since the Thirties Randall Stevenson. London: B.T. Batsford, Ltd., 1986.

Stewart, Jack.Color, Space, and Creativity: Art and Ontology in Five British Writers Madison NJ: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press 2008

——–“Objects in Space and Time: Metonymy in Durrell’s Travel Books.” Durrell in Alexandria: On Miracle Ground IX Conference Proceedings, Ed. Shelly Ekhtiar, 300-304.
________. “Soundscapes, Smellscapes, and Cityscapes in The Alexandria Quartet.” Lawrence Durrell and the Greek World, Ed. Anna Lillios, 129-44.
________. “Objects in Space and Time: Metonymy in Durrell’s Island Books.” Style 34, no. 1 (2000): 78-91.
________. “Painterly Writing: Durrell’s Island Landscapes.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 6 (1998): 40-63.

Stock, Robert. “Loneliness in the Isles of Greece.” Poetry 91 (1958): 396-99.

Stockton, Adrian. “Books That Shocked 21: The Black Book.” Books and Bookmen June (1961): 23-24.

Stolle, Jane. “An Englishman on Cyprus.” Nation 186, no. 26 April (1958): 366.

Stone, Douglas. “Henry Miller and the Villa Seurat Circle, 1930 to 1940.” Diss., University of California, Irvine, 1973.

Stoneback, H. R. “Et in Arcadia Ego: The Triumph of Place in Lawrence Durrell and William Faulkner.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly 5, no. SI 1 (1981): 104-19.
________. “’Music Is Love in Search of a Word’: Durrell and Lanier – a Song, a Source, a Letter.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 1 (1992): 110-114.
________. “On the Road With Durrell: ‘In This Old Gray Pillowcase’.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly 7, no. 5 (1984): 163-68.
________. “Prospero’s Cell: A Meditation on Place.” Lawrence Durrell and the Greek World, Ed. Anna Lillios, 285-97.
________. “Still on the Road With Durrell: Lawrence Durrell and / in Popular Culture.” Lawrence Durrell: Actes Du Colloque Pour L’Inauguration De La Bibliothèque Durrell, Ed. Corinne Alexandre-Garner, 263-76.
________. “Et in Alexandria Ego: Lawrence Durrell and the Spirit of Place.” Mid-Hudson Language Studies 5 (1982): 115-28.

Stonier, G. W. “The Enchanted Island.” New Statesman, no. 24 November (1945): 357-58. (Review of Prospero’s Cell.)
________. “Funnies.” New Statesman 54, no. 7 December (1957): 789. (Review of Esprit de Corps.)

Stouck, David Hamilton. “The Literary Influence of T. S. Eliot on Lawrence Durrell.” Thes., University of Toronto, 1964.

Strain, E. “Snapshots of Greece: ‘Never on Sunday’ and the East/West Politics of the ‘Vacation Film’.” Journal of Film and Video 49, no. 1-2 (1997): 80-93.

Stromberg, Robert L. “The Contribution of Relativity to the Inconsistency of Form in The Alexandria Quartet.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly 5, no. SI 1 (1981): 246-56.

Stubbs, Jonathan, “Lawrence Durrell and the Information Services of Cyprus” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 14 (2016)

Sullivan, Alvin. British Literary Magazines: The Modern Age, 1914-1984. New York: Greenwood, 1986.

Sullivan, Anita T. “The Secret Garden.” Kenyon Review 11, no. 2 (1989): 99-106.

Sullivan, Nancy. “Lawrence Durrell’s Epitaph for the Novel.” The Personalist: An International Review of Philosophy 44, no. 1 (1963): 79-88.

Sulloway, Irwin J. “Review: A Key to Modern British Poetry.” College English 14, no. 2 (1952): 128.

Sutton, D. C. “Mythological Writing in the Modern Novel, With Special Reference to Samuel Beckett, Mervyn Peake and Lawrence Durrell.” Diss., Council for National Academic Awards, 1978.

Sutton, David E. Memories Cast in Stone: The Relevance of the Past in Everyday Life. Mediterranea Series, Ed. Jackie Waldren. Oxford: Berg, 1998. (Durrell is discussed and quoted only once in the book, at the beginning of the first chapter; however, Sutton is careful to show the relationship between his work’s sense of history and that which Durrell discusses in Reflections on a Marine Venus. Specifically, Durrell’s sense of historic ‘plagiarism’ is juxtaposed to Santayana’s contention that if one does not know history, one will repeat it—Sutton places his critical apparatus for the book in Durrell’s sense of plagiarism, rather than repetition.)

Swan, Susan. “Corfu: Visiting Lawrence Durrell’s White House (From My Greek Journals).” Writing Away: The PEN Canada Travel Anthology, Ed. Constance Rooke, 295-306. Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, 1994. (Swan describes her own visit to the White House while biographically tracing Durrell’s time there. Biographical details contain many flaws, but literary echoes of Durrell’s and Miller’s works appear.)

Swedan, Nahla. “Time and Structure in The Alexandria Quartet: Einstein and Narrative Perspective.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 4 (1995): 73-84.

Sweetman, David. “Princely Pyknic.” New Statesman 100, no. 31 October (1980): 28. (Reviews of Durrell’s Smile in the Mind’s Eye and Collected Poems 1931-1974.)

Sykes, Gerald. “Alexandria Revisited.” New York Times Book Review, no. 24 August (1958): 4.
________. “The Antics Annals of Antrobus.” New York Times Book Review, no. 25 January (1959): 34.
________. “Durrell’s 1984.” New York Times Book Review, no. 14 April (1968): 4, 14.
________. “Electra Brought Him Back Roses.” Reporter 18, no. 3 April (1958): 46-47.
________. “Introduction.” The Black Book Lawrence Durrell, 7-10. New York: E.P. Dutton, 1960.
________. “It Happened in Alexandria.” New York Times Book Review, no. 25 August (1957): 4. (Review of  Justine.)
________. “One Vote for the Sun.” The World of Lawrence Durrell, Ed Harry T. Moore, 146-55.
________. “The Postman Rings Twice.” New York Times Book Review, no. 7 April (1963): 16. (Review of Lawrence Durrell and Henry Miller: A Private Correspondence.)
________. “A Tapestry Woven in Alexandria: In Lyrical Prose a Novelist Depicts One Man’s Quest for Life’s Meaning.” New York Times Book Review, no. 3 April (1960): 1, 28.

Szyska, Christian, “‘I Dream in No Man’s Land’: Anton Shammas” in Neuwirth, Pflitsch and Winckler (eds) Arabic Literature: Postmodern Perspectives

Tageldin, Shaden M.Disarming Words: Empire and the Seduction of Translation in Egypt  Berkeley: University of California Press 2011

Takamatsu, Yuichi. “Monogatari Sakusha Dareru No Jikken.” Eigo Seinen 136, no. 12 (1991): 616-17.

Tambimuttu. “First Letter.” Poetry London-New York 1, no. 1 (1956): 1-2.
________. “Letter.” Poetry London 2, no. 10 (1944): 219. (This letter responds to G.S. Fraser’s of the same issue.)
________. “Postscript for L.D.” Labrys 5 (1979): 167-69.

Taneja, Gulshan, “An Indian View of an Indian View: Durrell’s India” in Études  britanniques  contemporaines,  40 (2011).

Tanner, Tony. “Lawrence Durrell’s Fireworks and Puppets.” Granta 65 (1962): 8-11.

Tanner, William Edward. “Characteronyms in The Alexandria Quartet: Threads in a Tapestry.” Of Edsels and Marauders, Eds. Fred Tarpley and Ann Moseley, 123-26. Commerce, TX: Names Institute Press, 1971.

Tauer, Kathrin, “”Alexandria, princess and whore”: The City and its Exemplars in L. Durrell’s Alexandria Quartet” Thesis, University of Vienna 2010 For an abstract of this thesis, see “Essays and Theses” page

Tawfik, Amani. “The Motif of Mutilation in Character and Setting in The Alexandria Quartet.” Durrell in Alexandria: On Miracle Ground IX Conference Proceedings, Ed. Shelly Ekhtiar, 70-80.

Taylor, Chet. “Dissonance and Digression: The Ill-Fitting Fusion of Philosophy and Form in Lawrence Durrell’s Alexandria Quartet.” Modern Fiction Studies 17, no. 2 (1971): 167-79.

Taylor, John. “Review: Travelers’ Tales Greece.” Anglo-Hellenic Review (London) 24 (2001): 29. (Review of this anthology, which includes an excerpt from  The Greek Islands, and comments directly on Durrell.)

Teliaferro, Frances. “Literary Lifelines.” New York Times Book Review, no. 11 October (1981): 18.

Temple, Frederic Jacques. “Construire Un Mur De Pierre Seche.” Two Cities 1 (1959): 11-12.
________. “Durrell and France.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Newsletter 1, no. 1 (1977): 11-12.
________. “Preface.” Down the Styx Lawrence Durrell. Santa Barbara: Capricorn Press, 1971.
________. “Salute to Larry: Looking Back Through Thirty-Three Years.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 2 (1993): 38-41.
________. “Thirty Years Already.” Into the Labyrinth: Essays on the Art of Lawrence Durrell, Ed. Frank L. Kersnowski, 165-66.
Temple, Frédéric-Jacques. “Lawrence Durrell En Méditerranée.” Lawrence Durrell: Actes Du Colloque Pour L’Inauguration De La Bibliothèque Durrell, Ed. Corinne Alexandre-Garner, 27-32.
________. “Un Dauphin Nomme Larry.” Twentieth Century Literature:  33, no.
3 (1987): 337-38.

Thaniel, George. “Dwellers in the Greek Eye (George Seferis and Lawrence Durrell).” Scripta Mediterranea 8-9 (1987): 3-31. (Reprinted in Thaniel’s Seferis and Friends.)
________. “Dwellers in the Greek Eye: George Seferis and Lawrence Durrell.” Seferis and Friends George Thaniel. Stratford, Ontario: Mercury Press, 1994. (Contains letters between Durrell and Seferis.)
________. Seferis and Friends. Ed. Ed Phinney. Stratford, Ontario: Mercury Press, 1994. (Contains numerous references to Durrell, a chapter exclusively on Durrell and Seferis (based on manuscript materials in the Gennadius Library, Athens), and the text of letters between Durrell and Seferis. Posthumously edited by Ed Phinney.)

Theroux, Paul. “Hypotenused.” New Statesman 88, no. 18 October (1974): 544-45. (Review of  Monsieur.)

Thomas, Alan G. “Durrell at Parke Bernet.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Newsletter 1 , no. 2-3 (1978): 3-5.
________. “Preserving the Archive.” Twentieth Century Literature: i 33, no. 3 (1987): 345-47.
________. “Recollections of a Durrell Collector.” Lawrence Durrell: A Critical Study G. S. Fraser, 192-250. London: Faber & Faber, 1968.

Thomas, Alan G. and James Brigham. Lawrence Durrell: An Illustrated  Checklist.  Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 1983. (Contains bibliographic information on books, prefaces, chapters, articles and other media materials by Lawrence Durrell. Also contains a bibliography of reviews and criticism.)
________. “One Hundred and Three Addenda.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Newsletter 3, no. 1 (1979): 3-18.

Thomas, Alan G. and Lawrence Clark Powell. “Some Uncollected Authors, XXIII: Lawrence Durrell—Recollections of a Durrell Collector.” The Book Collector 9, no. 1 (1960): 56-63. (Reprinted in Fraser, G.S. Lawrence Durrell: A Study. )

Thomas, Dylan. “Correspondance Avec Lawrence Durrell.” Cahiers Renaud Barrault (Paris) 105 (1983): 5-13. (Translated by Marie-Claire Pasquier. It is a translation of Dylan Thomas’ letters published in Two Cities 4 (1960): 1-5.)
________. “Letters to Lawrence Durrell.” Two Cities 4 (1960): 1-5. (Five letters, with a prefatory note by Durrell.)
________. “Prologue to an Adventure.” Delta: A French and English Review 2, no. 3 (1938): 7-12. (Reprinted in 1968)

Thomas, Gordon K. “Black Parody: The ‘Gothic Frankensteinery’ of Nunquam.” Selected Essays on the Humor of Lawrence Durrell, Eds. Betsy Nichols, Frank L. Kersnowski, and James R. Nichols, 71-80.
________. “Durrell and Wordsworth: Seekers of the Shrinking Shore.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly 7, no. 5 (1984): 183-95.
________. “Joan and Juan: Christ and Eros.” Into the Labyrinth: Essays on the Art of Lawrence Durrell, Ed. Frank L. Kersnowski, 39-50.
________. “The ‘Romanticism’ of The Black Book: Zoroaster in the Garden.” Lawrence Durrell: Comprehending the Whole, Eds Julius Rowan Raper, Melody L. Enscore, and Paige Matthey Bynum, 55-61.

Thomas, Rosemary, “Lawrence Durrell, a study of the sources of “The sonnet of Hamlet”” Thesis, Columbia University 1952

Thornton, Lawrence. “Narcissims and Selflessness in The Alexandria Quartet.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Newsletter 1, no. 4 (1978): 3-22. (Reprinted in Thornton’s Unbodied Hope: Narcissism and the Modern Novel. Lewisburg: Bucknell University Press, 1984. pp. 129-148.)

Timko, Merrianne, “Lawrence Durrell’s Alexandria Quartet: A Culinary Perspective” in D Kaczvinsky (ed) Durrell and the City: Collected Essays on Place

Tindal, William York. Forces in Modern British Literature: 1885-1946. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1947. (Durrell is discussed at three points, all with regard to his poetry.)

Todd, Daniel Ray. “An Annotated, Enumerative Bibliography of the Criticism of Lawrence Durrell’s Alexandria Quartet and His Travel Works.” Diss., Tulane University.
(In addition to the bibliography, this dissertation contains a 200 page biography of
Durrell, the first biography in print.)
For an abstract of this thesis, see “Essays and Theses” page

Tolley, A. T. “The Course of British Modernism [II].” The Poetry of the Forties in Britain A. T. Tolley, 37-48. Ottawa: Carleton University Press, 1985.
________. The Poetry of the Forties in Britain. Ottawa: Carleton University Press, 1985.
(Durrell is discussed throughout the volume, but has short sections dedicated to his
poetry of the 1940s and his verse drama Sappho.)
________. “Verse Drama [III].” The Poetry of the Forties in Britain A. T. Tolley, 192-96.

Tomkinson, Fiona, “The Myth of Ptah and the Structure of the Avignon Quintet ” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 13 (2012-13)

—— “‘Roses, Feces and Vampires’: The Carnivalesque in Durrell” in D Kaczvinsky (ed) Durrell and the City: Collected Essays on Place

Tomlinson, Charles “And the Eyelids are a Little Weary: Rev. of Collected Poems, by Lawrence Durrell” Poetry 98/1 (1961)

Tomlinson, H. M. “Where Prospero Held His Court.” Times Literary Supplement 2282 (October 1945): 512. (Review of Prospero’s Cell. )

Tomshany, Robert Aladar. “Counterpoint in Modern British Fiction: A Study of Norman Douglas, Aldous Huxley and Lawrence Durrell.” Diss., University of Louisville, 1975.(DAI 36:7448A)

Toth, Tibor. “And the Pool Was Filled (Again) With Water Out of Sunlight.” AnaChronist 19-21 (1997): 113-31.

Tournay, Petra. “Colonial Encounters: Lawrence Durrell’s Bitter Lemons of Cyprus.” Lawrence Durrell and the Greek World, Ed. Anna Lillios, 158-68.

Tournay-Theodotou, Petra, “The Empire Writes Back: Anti-Colonial Nationalism in Costas Montis’ Closed Doors and Rodis Roufos’ The Age of Bronze” in Faustmann H and Peristianis N (eds) Britain in Cyprus: Colonialism and Post-Colonialism, 1878-2006 Berlin: Autoren 2006

Trail, George Y. “Durrell’s Io: A Note on Tunc and Nunquam.” Notes on Contemporary Literature 5, no. 3 (1975): 9-12.

Tremayne, Penelope. “Memories of Durrell.” Lawrence Durrell and the Greek World, Ed. Anna Lillios, 153-57.

Trilling, Lionel. “The Quartet: Two Reviews.” The World of Lawrence Durrell, Ed Harry T. Moore, 49-65.
________. “The Quartet: Two Reviews.” Critical Essays on Lawrence Durrell, Ed. Alan Warren Friedman, 34-41.

Truchlar, Leo. “Landschaft Des Ich: Kosmo- Und Psychographie in Lawrence Durrells Reisebuchern.” Literatur in Wissenschaft Und Unterricht (Kiel) 5 (1972): 144-53.
________. “Versuch Über Lawrence Durrell.” Neueren Sprachen (1971): 289-xx.
________. “Versuch Uber Lawrence Durrell.”  Neueren Sprachen 70 (1971): 289-308.

Trueheart, Charles, “A Seductive Spectacle: The languid bazaar of Lawrence Durrell’s Aleaxandria Quartet still beckons 50 years later” American Scholar 76/3 (2007) (This essay discusses the book “The Alexandria Quartet,” by Lawrence Durrell. Justine appeared and it was as though it had elicited a rush of critical superlatives that announced the birth of a new literary classic. Almost at once the novel established an outlandish reputation for Durrell who was only know previously for some sublime travel writing. He quickly began churning out the rest of the volumes—siblings, he called them, not sequels—one after the other, faster than a publisher could keep up with them: six weeks to write Balthazar, he said, 12 weeks for Mountolive, and eight weeks for Clea, the last to appear, in early 1960. With each new sibling novel a bit of his energy and charisma was lost.)

Turner, E. S. “From the Embassy.” Times Literary Supplement 4316, no. 20 December (1985): 1453.

Two Cities. “Avant-Dire.” Two Cities 1 (1959): 1-2.
________. “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, 156-60.

Tylden-Wright, David. “His Excellency.” Times Literary Supplement 2955 (October 1958): 589. (Review of Mountolive)

Tyler, Anne. “Avignon at War.” The New Republic 187, no. 22 (1982): 36-37.(Reprinted in Alan Warren Friedman, Ed. Critical Essays on Lawrence Durrell. )

Unterecker, John. “Art As Intersecting Fields of Energy.” Saturday Review 52, no. 14 June (1969): 27, 29, 38. (Review of  Spirit of Place.)
________. “Fiction at the Edge of Poetry: Durrell, Beckett, and Green.” Forms of Modern British Fiction, Ed. Alan Warren Friedman, 165-99. Austin: University of Texas Press, 1975.
________. Lawrence Durrell. Columbia Essays on Modern Writers, 6. New York: Columbia University Press, 1964.
________. “Lawrence Durrell.” Six Contemporary British Novelists, Ed George Stade, 219-69. New York: Columbia University Press, 1976. (Exploration of Durrell’s corpus to the Alexandria Quartet, but not later. Reprint of Lawrence Durrell. New York: Columbia University Press, 1964.)
________. “Learning to Live With the Devil.” Saturday Review 47, no. 21 March (1964): 42-43.
________. “The Protean World of Lawrence Durrell.” On Contemporary Literature: An Anthology of Critical Essays on the Major Movements and Writers of Contemporary Literature, Ed Richard Kostelanetz, 322-29. New York: Avon Books, 1964. (Reprinted from College English 22.8 (1961), 531-538. Revision of Lawrence Durrell. )
________. “The Protean World of Lawrence Durrell.” Critical Essays on Lawrence Durrell, Ed. Alan Warren Friedman, 177-85.

Valaoritis, Nanos. “Remembering the Poets: Translating Seferis With Durrell and Bernard Spencer.” Lawrence Durrell and the Greek World, Ed. Anna Lillios, 46-56.

Valette, Jacques. “Lettres Anglo-Saxonnes: Justine, Balthazar, Et Lawrence Durrell.” Mercure De France 334, no. November (1958): 536-40.
Vallette, Jacques. “Lettres Anglo-Saxonnes: Note Sur Clea.” Mercure De France 339 (1960): 535-37.

van Aken, Piet. “De Problematiek Van De Plagiaat-Roman.” Niew Vlaams Tijdschrift 16 (1963): 1259-73.
________. “Open(Hartig) Wederwoord Aan PDW.” De Vlaamse Gids 48 (1964): 136-37. (Accuses Wispelaere of plagiarizing Durrell.)

van O’Connor, William. “Two Types of ‘Heroes’ in British Post-War Fiction.” PMLA 77, no. 1 (1962): 168-74.

Vander Closter, Susan. “Body Parts: A Reading of Tunc and Nunquam.” Lawrence Durrell Revisited : Lawrence Durrell Revisité, Ed. Corinne Alexandre-Garner, 63-72.
________. “ Henry Miller: The Paris Years; Brassai: Images of Culture and the Surrealist Observer.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 6 (1998): 212-17. (Review of Brassai’s book and Warehime’s book of the same title.)
________. “The Historical Pictures of Durrell’s Constance.” Lawrence Durrell: Actes Du Colloque Pour L’Inauguration De La Bibliothèque Durrell, Ed. Corinne Alexandre-Garner, 215-22.
________. Joyce Cary and Lawrence Durrell: A Reference Guide. Boston: G.K. Hall & Co., 1985.
________. “The Medieval Art of Lawrence Durrell’s Avignon Quintet.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 2 (1993): 43-53.
________. “The Plastic Art of The Alexandria Quartet.” Durrell in Alexandria: On Miracle Ground IX Conference Proceedings, Ed. Shelly Ekhtiar, 366-71.
________. “ Writer As Painter in Lawrence Durrell’s Avignon Quintet.” On Miracle Ground: Essays on the Fiction of Lawrence Durrell, Ed. Michael H. Begnal, 166-78.

Veldeman, Marie-Christine. “Avignon; or, The Ambivalence of Place in Durrell’s Quintet.” BELL: Belgian Essays on Language and Literature (1998): 119-25.
________. “Love at Verfeuille: Duality of a Trinity.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 5 (1997): 103-14.
________. “Narrative Technique in Lawrence Durrell’s Monsieur.” BELL: Belgian Essays on Language and Literature (1993): 81-87.
________. “A Reading of Lawrence Durrell’s Avignon Quintet.” S B Academic Review: A Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies and Research 5, no. 1 (1996): 19-26.

——— “War, the Most Dramatic Manifestation of Entropy in Lawrence Durrell’s Avignon Quintet ” in R Pine and E Patten (eds) The Literatures of War Newcastle-upon-Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing 2008

Venne, Catherine. “Le Passage à Alexandrie: Adaptation Théâtrale Du Quatuor D’Alexandrie De Lawrence Durrell ; Suivie D’Une Réflexion Sur La Notion De Relativisme Dans L’Oeuvre De Durrell Et Sur Le Transfert Du Roman à La Scène.” Thes., Université du Québec à Montréal.

Vernon, William Joseph. “The Artist in the Novels of Lawrence Durrell.” Thes., University of Dayton, 1968.

Versluys, Kristiaan. “Review.” English Studies 60, no. 4 (1979): 516-22.(Reviews Werner H. Rubrecht’s Durrells Alexandria Quartet and two other volumes in the same book series.)

Vidal, Gore. “The Durrell Miller Letter, 1935-1980.” The Times Literary Supplement 4458 , no. 9 September (1988): 979-80.
________. “Pen Pals: Henry Miller and Lawrence Durrell.” A View From the Diners Club: Essays 1987-1991 Gore Vidal, 11-19. London: Andre Deutsch, 1991. (Reprinted from Vidal’s review “The Durrell Miller Letters” in The Times Literarty
Supplement)

_______. “Pen Pals: Henry Miller and Lawrence Durrell.” United States: Essays 1952-1992 Gore Vidal, 167-274. New York: Random House, 1993.

Vidal, Gore and Carlos Soriano. “De Forajidos a Conspiradores.” Quimera: Revista De Literatura, no. 108 (1991): 17-22.

Vieira, Luis Gonzaga. “Pursewarden.” Minas Girais, Suplemento Literario, no. 13 September (1969): 4-5.

Vipond, Diane L. “A Post-Colonial Reading of Lawrence Durrell’s The Black Book.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 7 (1999): 110-125.
________. “Art, Artist, Ans Aesthetics In Lawrence Durrell’s Alexandria Quartet.” diss., York University.
For an abstract of this thesis, see “Essays and Theses” page

—— “Ghosts and Shape-shifting Doppelgängers: Exploring the Uncanny in Lawrence Durrell’s The Avignon Quintet” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 14 (2016)

_______. “Lawrence Durrell’s Alexandria Quartet: The Missing Link to Postmodernism.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 2 (1993): 54-68.

——- “The Politics of Lawrence Durrell’s Major Fiction” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 13 (2012-13)

—— “Reading the Ethics of Lawrence Durrell’s Avignon Quintet” in D Kaczvinsky (ed) Durrell and the City: Collected Essays on Place

______. “Virtual Persona(Lity): Stereoscopic Character in Lawrence Durrell’s Avignon Quintet.” Durrell in Alexandria: On Miracle Ground IX Conference Proceedings, Ed. Shelly Ekhtiar, 222-26.

Visel, Robin and Yorgos Paptheodorou. “The Alexandria Quartet and Drifting Cities: Modernism and Politics in Wartime Egypt.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal ns 8 (2001): 95-101.

Vitner, Ion. “L. Durrell Si Romanul Polidric (L. Durrell and the Polyhedric Novel).” Bucharest: Cartea Romaneasca: 114-23.

Volkoff, Vladimir. “Before I Start…” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly 7, no. 4 (1984): 20-24.
________. Lawrence Le Magnifique: Essai Sur Lawrence Durrell Et Le Roman Relativiste. Paris: Julliard, 1984.
________. “Préface.” Le Quatuor D’Alexandrie Lawrence Durrell, 5-14. Paris: La Pochoth!que, 1992.

Volodarskaya, Ludmilla. “Lawrence Durrell in Russian Translation and Critical Literature.” Durrell in Alexandria: On Miracle Ground IX Conference Proceedings, Ed. Shelly Ekhtiar, 372-76.

von Richthofen, Patrick Mansur Freiherr Praetorius. “The Booster/Delta Nexus: Henry Miller and His Friends in the Literary World of Paris and London on the Eve of the Second World War.” Diss., University of Durham, 1987.

Vromen, Galina. “Interview With Lawrence Durrell.” International Herald Tribune 29, no. 788 (November 1978): n.pag.

Waelti-Walters, Jennifer. “Coincidental Perceptions (Michel Butor and Lawrence Durrell).” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Newsletter 3, no. 4 (1980): 13-20.

Wajsbrot, Cecile and Earl G. Ingersoll. “In French I Can Write Only Love Letters.” Lawrence Durrell: Conversations, Ed. Earl G. Ingersoll, 230-233. (Translation of Wajsbrot’s interview in Nouvelles Litterarires April 1986.)

Wakefield, Dan. “New Styles of Storytelling.” Atlantic Monthly 224, no. November (1969): 170-172. (Review of the film “Justine” by George Cuckor, based on Durrell’s Alexandria Quartet.)

Wakin, Edward. A Lonely Minority: The Modern Story of Egypt’s Copts. New York: William Morrow, 1963.

Wakin, Jeanette. “A Paradise Lost.” Saturday Review 41, no. 12 April (1958): 62-63.

Walcutt, Charles C. Man’s Changing Mask: Modes and Methods of Characterization in Fiction. London: Oxford University Press, 1966. (One paragraph is dedicated to Durrell in the context of the ‘novel of ideas,’ between Joseph Heller and Virginia Woolf. See pp. 296-297.)

Wall, Stephen. “Aspects of the Novel 1930-1960.” The Twentieth Century: The Sphere History of Literature in the English Language, Ed. Bernard Bergonzi, 222-76. London: The Cresset Press, 1970.

Wallace, John. “Einstein in Alexandria.” Minnesota Review 1 (Winter 1961): 231-39.

Waller, John. “Lawrence Durrell: A Clever Magician.” Poetry Review 38, no. 3 (1947): 177-82.

Walsh, William. “New Identities.” New Statesman 62, no. 20 October (1961): 570.(Review of The Dark Labyrinth.)

Ward, A. C. Twentieth Century Literature, 1901-1960. New York: Barnes & Noble, 1965.

Warnke, Frank J. “Eros and the Embassy.” New Republic 140, no. 23 March (1959): 17-18.
________. “The Many Costumes of Love.” New Republic 142, no. 9 May (1960): 20-22.

Warnock, Mary. “Chang’s Visit.” The Listener 25 September (1980): 411-13.

Wasserstrom, Steven M. “Uses of the Androgyne in the History of Religions.” Studies in Religion 27, no. 4 (1998): 437-53. (Monsieur is discussed briefly in relation to the androgyne and Baphomet in note 38, page 446.)

Waters, Irene, “Bitter Lemons of Cyprus Revisited” Contemporary Review 289 (2008)

Watkins, Paul. “The British in Cyprus.” The Anglo-Hellenic Review 28 (2003): 10-13. (Also includes an offset section on Durrell and The Cyprus Review.)
________. “Corfu Diary 2002.” The Anglo-Hellenic Review 26 (2002): 7-9. (An account of Watkins’ participation in the inaugural seminar of the Durrell School of Corfu, 2002)

Weatherhead, A. K. “Romantic Anachronism in The Alexandria Quartet.” Modern Fiction Studies 10, no. 2 (1964): 128-36.
________. “Romantic Anachronism in The Alexandria Quartet.” Critical Essays on Lawrence Durrell, Ed. Alan Warren Friedman, 185-92. (Reprinted from Modern Fiction Studies 10.2 (1964), 128-136.)
Weatherhead, A. Kingsley. “Review: The Contemporary English Novel, George Orwell: Fugitive From the Camp of Victory, The World of Lawrence Durrell.” Wisconsin Studies 4, no. 2 (1963): 234-42.

Wedin, Warren. “The Artist As Narrator in The Alexandria Quartet.” Twentieth Century Literature:  18 (1972): 175-80.
________. “The Unity of a Continuum: Relativity and The Alexandria Quartet.” Diss., University of Arizona, 1971.

Weeks, Edward. “Durrell’s Black Humor.” Atlantic Monthly 221, no. May (1968): 109. (Review of Tunc.)

Weigel, John A. Lawrence Durrell. New York: Twayne, 1965. (Later revised substantially) & reprinted as Lawrence Durrell Boston: G.K. Hall & Co., 1989.)
________. Lawrence Durrell: Revised Edition. Twayne’s English Authors Series, Editor Kinley E. Roby, 29. Boston: G.K. Hall & Co., 1989. (Substantially revised from the 1965 version, also published by E.P. Dutton)
________. “Lawrence Durrell’s First Novel.” Twentieth Century Literature 14, no. 2 (1968): 75-83.

Weisgerber, Jean. “The Use of Quotations in Recent Literature.” Comparative Literature 22, no. 1 (1970): 36-45. (Durrell’s use of allusion, both extra and intra-textual, is compared primarily to Eliot among other twentieth-century authors.)

Wells, Howard. “UC San Diego: Ogden’s ‘The Awakening of Sappho’ [Premiere].” High Fidelity 32, no. February (1982): 28-29. (Reviews the opera by Peggy Glanville Hicks  based on Durrell’s Sappho” )

Wenger, Tara. “Lawrence Durrell and Friends at the Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center, The University of Texas at Austin.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 7 (1999): 204-8. (Outlines the Harry Ransom Center’s resources for Durrell researchers.)

Wensberg, Erik. “I’Ve Been Reading: A Young Person’s Guide for Improving Books and Edifying Examples.” Columbia University Forum 3, no. 4 (1960): 38-42.

West, Paul. “England III.” The Modern Novel Paul West, 99-123. London: Hutchison University Library, 1963. (Durrell is mentioned a number of times throughout the book, but primarily in this chapter.)

Westphal, B. “Alexandrian Papyrus – Literary Perceptions of Alexandria in the 20th-Century.” Critique 51, no. 582 (1995): 866-84.

Weyergans, Franz. “Clea De Lawrence Durrell.” Revue Nouvelle 22, no. 15 July (1960): 94-98.

Wheldon, Huw. “Coming in Slightly at a Slant.” Lawrence Durrell: Conversations, Ed. Earl G. Ingersoll, 54-59. (Reprint of the interview from Wheldon’s Monitor: An Anthology. London: Macdonald & Co. Ltd.; 1962; pp. 118-125.)
________. “Lawrence Durrell.” Monitor: An Anthology, Ed. Huw Wheldon, 118-25. London: Macdonald & Co. Ltd., 1962. (Interview. Includes four photographs.)

White, Edmund. “Lawrence Durrell: A Gnostic Acrostic.” Book World – The Washington Post 16 February (1975): 3.

White, Kenneth. “The Prose Writings of Lawrence Durrell.” Thes., Université de Montréal, 1963.

Whiting, Brooke. “Register to the Lawrence Durrell Collection of Manuscript Material in the Department of Special Collections, Research Library, University of California, Los Angeles.” Under the Sign of Pisces: Anais Nin and Her Circle 6, no. 2 (1975): 1-10.
Whiting, Brooke, Lawrence Durrell, and Henry Miller. “Fragments of Conversation Between Lawrence Durrell, Henry Miller, and Others.” Under the Sign of Pisces: Anais Nin and Her Circle 6, no. 2 (1975): 10-13.

Whitman, Alden “Durrell in Despair over Future of Man” New York Times n.d.

Whitton-Paipeti, Hilary. In the Footsteps of Lawrence Durrell and Gerald Durrell in Corfu (1935-39). Corfu: Pedestrian Publications, 1998.

Wickes, George. “Durrell’s Landscape.” New Republic 160, no. 21 June (1969): 23-24. (Review of Spirit of Place.)
________. “Henry Miller: Down and Out in Paris.” Americans in Paris George Wickes, 239-76. New York: Doubleday, 1969.
________. “Henry Miller: Down and Out in Paris.” Critical Essays on Henry Miller, Ed. Ronald Gottesman, 103-28. New York: G.K. Hall & Co., 1992. (Reprinted from Wicke’s Americans in Paris.)

———— Lawrence Durrell and Henry Miller: A Private Correspondence.Lawrence Durrell and Henry Miller. London: Faber & Faber, 1962. (Portions of this collection are reprinted in MacNiven’s The Durrell-Miller Letters, 1935-80.)
________. Masters of Modern British Fiction. New York: Macmillan, 1963.

Widmer, Kingsley. Henry Miller. New York: Twayne, 1963. (Durrell is mentioned throughout the book.)
________. “Lawrence’s American Bad Boy Progeny: Henry Miller and Norman Mailer.” D.H. Lawrence’s Literary Inheritors, Eds. Keith Cushman and Dennis Jackson, 89-108. London: Macmillan Academic and Professional Ltd., 1991.
________. The Literary Rebel. Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 1965.(Durrell is mentioned in the footnotes, but otherwise is undiscussed. Widmer directly associated Durrell with Thomas Pynchon, calling him the “British Counterpart” (238).)

Williams, Ernie Milton. “The Logical Structure of Aesthetic Discourse.” Diss., Florida State University, 1971. (DAI 32:5293A)

Williams, Gwyn. “Durrell in Egypt.” Twentieth Century Literature:  33, no. 3 (1987): 298-302.
________. “An Ymryson Beirdd in Egypt.” Planet: The Welsh Internationalist 62 (1987): 64-67.

Williams, Linda R. “Durrell, Lawrence (1912-90).” Bloomsbury Guides to English Literature: The Twentieth Century, From 1900 to the Present Day, Ed. Linda R. Williams, 150-151. London: Bloomsbury Publishing Ltd., 1992. (Durrell is listed in the reference section with minor mention of his position in 20th-century literature.)

Williamson, Barbara Fisher. “Links and Winks.” The New York Times Book Review 15 September (1985): 16. (Reprinted in Alan Warren Friedman, Ed. Critical Essays on Lawrence Durrell. )
________. “Links and Winks.” Critical Essays on Lawrence Durrell, Ed. Alan Warren Friedman, 57-58.

Wills, David. “British Accounts of Residency in Greece: 1945-2004.” Journal of Modern Greek Studies 23, no. 1 (2005): 177-97.

Wislenef, Paula, “Durrell in Sommières” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 13 (2012-13)

Wolff, Geoffrey. “Corkscrew Prose.” New Leader (1968): 15-xx.

Wood, Michael. “Play It Again, Sam.” New York Review of Books 22, no. 6 March (1975): 17-18. (Review of Monsieur.)

Woods, David M. “Durrell’s Alexandria Quartet and Meaning: Some East-West Perspectives.” Diss., East Carolina University, 1985.
________. “Love and Meaning in The Alexandria Quartet: Some Tantric Perspectives.” On Miracle Ground: Essays on the Fiction of Lawrence Durrell, Ed. Michael H. Begnal, 93-112.

Woods, George A. “Solo Missions.” New York Times Book Review, no. 20 July (1958): 24. (Review of White Eagles Over Serbia.)

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

Wosk, Julie. “Lawrence Durrell: The Poet As Pygmalion.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly 5, no. 1 (1981): 158-75.

Wotton, G. E. “A Letter to Lawrence Durrell.” The World of Lawrence Durrell, Ed Harry T. Moore, 103-11.

Wright, Michael Wayne. “ Durrell’s Alexandrian Tetralogy: Knowledge and Space-Time.” Thes., Dalhousie University, 1975. (Available through the National Library of Canada. Canadian theses on microfiche; no. 24963.)

Wussow, Helen. “Speaking of Immemorial Waters: Women and the Sea in The Alexandria Quartet.” Durrell in Alexandria: On Miracle Ground IX Conference Proceedings, Ed. Shelly Ekhtiar, 228-31.

Yarrow, Ralph. “Perception and Rites of Passage in Lawrence Durrell’s The Dark Labyrinth and Thomas Burnett Swann’s The Day of the Minotaur.” Spectrum of the Fantastic: Selected Essays From the Sixth International Conference on the Fantastic in the Arts, Ed Donald Palumbo, 165-73. Westport, CT: Greenwood, 1988.

 Xu, Bin, “Place and ethics in Lawrence Durrell’s The Alexandria Quartet” Foreign Literature Studies 34/6 (2012)

Yadav, Sanjay, “Einstein’s Relativity and the Epistolary Tradition in Lawrence Durrell’s Alexandria Quartet” in Khatri CL (ed) British Authors and Texts: Critical Responses New Delhi: Sarrup 2005

Yarrow, Ralph, “Materializing the Poetic: Lawrence Durrell’s An Irish Faustus” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 13 (2012-13)

Yarrow, Ralph and Tymn, Marshall, “Perception and Rites of Passage in Lawrence Durrell’s The Dark Labyrinth and Thomas Burnett Swann’s The Day of the Minotaur” in D Palumbo (ed) Spectrum of the Fantastic: Selected Essays From the Sixth International Conference on the Fantastic in the Arts Westport CT: Greenwood 1988

Yeo, Claire, “Lawrence Durrell’s the Alexandria Quarteti” Thesis, University of Hong Kong 2009

Young, Kenneth. “A Dialogue With Durrell.” Encounter 13, no. 6 (1959): 61-68. (Reprinted in Earl Ingersoll’s Lawrence Durrell: Conversations. )

______. “A Poet Who Stumbled into Prose.” Lawrence Durrell: Conversations, Ed. Earl G. Ingersoll, 44-53.

Young, Susan Helen Elizabeth. “Quantum Fiction: Relativity and Postmodernism in Lawrence Durrell’s ‘The Alexandria Quartet’.” Diss., City University of New York, 2000. (DAI No.: DA9959244)

Young, Thomas Beetham. “ Thematic Emphasis and Psychological Realism in Lawrence Durrell’s Alexandria Quartet.” Diss., Ohio State University, 1973. (DAI 34:5214-15A)

Young, Vernon. “From “Poetry Chronicle: The Light Is Dark Enough”.” Critical Essays on Lawrence Durrell, Ed. Alan Warren Friedman, 48-50. (Reprinted from Hudson Review 34.1 (1981), 144-146.)

Youssef, Hala Youssef Halim. “The Alexandria Archive: An Archaeology of Alexadrian Cosmopolitanism.” Diss., University of California, Los Angeles, 2004.
For an abstract of this thesis, see “Essays and Theses” page

Yudin, Florence L. “Lawrence Durrell’s Songs to Syntax.” Language and Style 16, no. 1 (1983): 77-86.

Yūsuf, Shawqī Badr, “Mu’atharāt ‘Rubā’iyyāt al-Iskandarīyah’ ‘ala al-riwāyah al-‘arabīyah” in Abū Shādī, ‘Alī (ed.) Multaqá al-Qāhirah al-thānī li-l-ibā’ al-riwā’ī al-‘arabī: Al-Riwāyah wa-l-madīnah Cairo: Al-Majlis al-A’lá li-l-Thaqāfah 2008 (Discusses The Alexandria Quartet)

Zahlan, Anne R. “‘Always Friday the Thirteenth’: The Knights Templar, Heresy, and History in Lawrence Durrell’s The Avignon Quintet” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 11 (2008-09)

———–“Avignon Preserved: Conquest and Liberation in Lawrence Durrell’s Constance” in R Pine and E Patten (eds) The Literatures of War

——– “‘Crossing the Border’: Lawrence Durrell’s Alexandrian Farewell to Modernism.” Durrell in Alexandria: On Miracle Ground IX Conference Proceedings, Ed. Shelly Ekhtiar, 378-87.
________. “The Black Body As Borderland: Transgression and Transformation in Lawrence Durrell’s Avignon Quintet.” Lawrence Durrell Borderlands and Borderlines, Ed. Corinne Alexandre-Garner, 115-27.

——– “‘The Most Offending Souls Alive’: Ruskin, Mountolive, and the Myth of Empire” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 10 (2006-07)

_______. “The Negro As Icon: Transformation and the Black Body in Lawrence Durrell’s The Avignon Quintet.South Atlantic Review 71, no. 1 (2006): 74-88.
________. “Rhodes, Ruskin, and the Myth of Empire: Imperial Intertextuality in Durrell’s Mountolive.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal ns 8 (2001): 226-30.
________ “The Burden Slips: The Literary Expatriate In British Fiction, Before And After World War II.” diss., The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
For an abstract of this thesis, see “Essays and Theses” page
________. “City As Carnival, Narrative As Palimpsest: Lawrence Durrell’s The Alexandria Quartet.” Journal of Narrative Technique 18, no. 1 (1988): 34-46.
________. “Crossing the Border: Lawrence Durrell’s Alexandrian Conversion to Postmodernism.” South Atlantic Review 64, no. 4 (1999): 89-99.
________. “”Crossing the Border”: Lawrence Durrell’s Alexandrian Farewell to Modernism.” AGORA 23, no. 4 (1997): n.pag.(An internal, departmental publication of the University of Southern Illinois, Department of English.)
________. “The Destruction of the Imperial Self in Lawrence Durrell’s The Alexandria Quartet.” Perspectives on Contemporary Literature 12 (1986): 3-12.
Zamir, Shamoon. “The Artist As Prophet, Priest, and Gunslinger: Ishmael Reed’s Cowboy in the Boat of Ra.” Callaloo 17, no. 4 (1994): 1205-35. (Durrell’s Pope Joan is mentioned on page 1209, footnote 26.)

Zelter, Joachim. Sinnhafte Fiktion Und Wahrheit: Untersuchungen Zur Ästhetischen Und Epistemologischen Problematik Des Fiktionsbegriffs Im Kontext Europäischer Ideen- Und Englischer Literaturgeschichte. Tübingen: M. Niemeyer, 1994.

Zilborg, Caroline. “Review: Writers in Provence.” Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal ns 9 (2003): 144-45.

Zimmer, Dieter and Earl G. Ingersoll. “Becoming a Literary Tramp.” Lawrence Durrell: Conversations, Ed. Earl G. Ingersoll, 37-38. (Translation of the interview from Die Zeit (Hamburg), 27 November 1959.)

Zivley, Sherry Ann Lutz. “The Unity of Lawrence Durrell’s Alexandria Quartet.” Diss., Tulane University, 1973. (DAI 34:2667A)
________. “Coptic Christianity in Durrell’s Alexandria Quartet.” Durrell in Alexandria: On Miracle Ground IX Conference Proceedings, Ed. Shelly Ekhtiar, 124-28.
________. “A Quartet That Is a Quartet: Lawrence Durrell’s Alexandria Quartet.” Literature and Music, Ed. Michael J. Meyer, 135-44. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2002.

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