[ilds] Durrell's style

Marc Piel marcpiel at interdesign.fr
Mon Feb 7 16:53:41 PST 2011


James, can you please be clearer;
if there is anything to be found I will find it.
Michael was an uncle and I have contact with his 
son and daughter even if it is rare it is very 
amicable.
Marc

Le 08/02/11 01:40, James Gifford a écrit :
> On 07/02/11 3:39 PM, Marc Piel wrote:
>   >  James; what "Fraenkel" are you talking about????
>   >  Marc
>   >  NB: Is there a link?
>
> Not Victor: Michael Fraenkel, with whom Henry Miller had his /Hamlet/
> correspondence in the 1930s.
>
> Durrell excerpted from it for his "Studies in Genius: Henry Miller"
> piece in /Horizon/, and my contention was that the concept they both
> articulate there of "the Unknown" is a useful way of discussing their
> stylistic tendencies across their careers.
>
> Alas, it's not floating around cyberspace, nor is it necessarily the
> best thing out there -- if anyone's interested, I can send it, but
> otherwise it's in the standard proquest databases and such...
>
> Best,
> James
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