[ilds] Durrell's Correspondence

Merrianne timlot at comcast.net
Mon Jun 23 16:00:20 PDT 2014

Why publish? This would be an ideal digitization project.

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Any efforts by some ambitious scholar  to compile Durrell's voluminous
correspondence?  I guess the question is, who would publish it?


On Jun 23, 2014, at 8:41 AM, James Gifford <james.d.gifford at gmail.com>

> I'd tend to note Liddell's allusion to T.S. Eliot's /The Waste Land/ in
his title and Durrell's refutations of the same in the /Quartet/.  After
all, Durrell asserts that his city is "Real" even though it's obviously
fictionalized...  The struggle was on against Eliot as the strong poet as
early as /Panic Spring/ and was made clear in /The Black Book/, which he
offered Eliot for publication.
> The Durrell-Liddell correspondence is held in the Gennadius Library in
Athens and is quite intriguing.
> Cheers,
> James
> On 2014-06-23, 6:34 AM, Marc Piel wrote:
>> N°5 the photographer is Robert Solo.
>> Another not uninteresting book, a novel, is "Unreal City" by Robert
>> Le 23/06/14 09:00, Sumantra Nag a écrit :
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