[ilds] What has happened to the ilds list

Bruce Redwine bredwine1968 at earthlink.net
Thu Jan 27 13:43:11 PST 2011

Someone undoubtedly already has published an article on names in Cefalu, indeed throughout Durrell's fiction.  My guess is that LD sometimes chose them as Shakespeare did his low-life characters:   Mistress Quickly, Doll Tearsheet, Pistol, etc.  People are their names.  Doesn't Fearmax die of fright?


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On Jan 27, 2011, at 11:59 AM, "Denise Tart & David Green" <dtart at bigpond.net.au> wrote:

> I especially recommend the early chapter in Tunc describing Caradoc's  drunken speech in front of the Parthenon. Grove
> It is probably fitting that I make a detailed literary analysis of Caradoc's speech - already seeing Durrell's juxtaposition of northern Celtic Caradoc and the  souther classical Parthenon.
> btw, has anyone studied Durrell's names? I was very intrigued by them when reading Dark Labyrinth recently; Fearmax, Graecen - there something 18th century about it.
> David
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