William Apt billyapt at hotmail.com
Tue Aug 5 06:20:50 PDT 2008

In REFLECTIONS ON A MARINE VENUS, on page 70, I believe, Durrell describes a church service on Patmos as culminating in a "anna livia plurabelle" moment.  I am unable to determine what he means.  The only reference I can locate is that Anna Livia Plurabelle is a character in FINNEGAN'S WAKE.   I don't feel guilty not having read FINNEGAN'S WAKE, though, as I once read Henry Miller quoted as saying that only scholars can get through it...  So, perhaps one of you scholars can help me!
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 > Date: Mon, 4 Aug 2008 19:20:19 -0600> From: odos.fanourios at gmail.com> To: ilds at lists.uvic.ca> Subject: [ilds] Tunc and Nunquam> > Hello all,> > I thought this might be of interest.> > Best,> James> > ---------------> > Blog: Anderson Brown's Literary Blog> Post: Aut Tunc, aut Nunquam> Link: > http://andersonbrownliterary.blogspot.com/2008/08/aut-tunc-aut-nunquam.html> _______________________________________________> ILDS mailing list> ILDS at lists.uvic.ca> https://lists.uvic.ca/mailman/listinfo/ilds
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