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Gifford, James. "Critical Materials on Lawrence Durrell: A Bibliographic Checklist" Online. 18 July 2004. http://www.lawrencedurrell.org/bibliog/bibalexandria-c.htm.

James Gifford
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Alphabetical by Author-Title | Chronological



Critical Sources on The Alexandria Quartet:

"Eros in Alexandria." Time 70.26 August (1957): 84.
Notes: Review of Durrell's Justine.

"Mirrored in Alexandria." Times Literary Supplement .8 February (1957): 77.
Notes: Review of Durrell's Justine.

Adams, Phoebe. "Reader's Choice." Atlantic 200.September (1957): 86.
Notes: Review of Durrell's Justine.

Mandel, Siegried. "In Search of the Senses." Saturday Review 40.21 September (1957): 39-40.

Rexroth, Kenneth. "The Footsteps of Horrace." Nation 184.18 May (1957): 444.

Sykes, Gerald. "It Happened in Alexandria." New York Times Book Review .25 August (1957): 4.
Notes: Review of Durrell's Justine.

"Briefly Noted: Fiction." New Yorker 34.18 October (1958): 205.
Notes: Review of Durrell's Balthazar.

"Cabal and Kaleidoscope." Time 72.25 August (1958): 80.

"His Excellency." Times Literary Supplement .17 October (1958): 589.

"A Tale Retold." Times Literary Supplement .18 April (1958): 205.

Allen, Walter. "New Novels." New Statesman 55.12 April (1958): 480.
Notes: Review of Durrell's Balthazar.

Bowles, Paul. "A Dimension of Love." Saturday Review 41.23 August (1958): 16.

Gutwillig, Robert. "Towards an Anatomy of Love." Commonweal 69.31 October (1958): 132-33.

Howlett, Jacques. "Romans Etrangers: Justine." Les Lettres Nouvelles .January-March (1958): 290-92.

Johnson, Pamela Hansford. "New Novels." New Statesman 56.25 October (1958): 567.
Notes: Review of Durrell's Mountolive.

Kermode, Frank. "The New Novelists." London Magazine 5.11 (1958): 21-25.
Notes: Expanded in Kermode's "Durrell and Others" in Puzzles and Epiphanies: Essays and Reviews. London: Kegan and Paul; 1962; pp. 214-227.

Lund, Mary Graham. "The Winepress of Love." Liberation Summer (1958): 31-33.

Merrick, Gordon. "Will Lawrence Durrell Spoil America?" New Republic 138.26 May (1958): 20-21.

Rexroth, Kenneth. "The Comic Spirit." Atlantic Monthly 202.September (1958): 80-81.

Rolo, Charles. "Fiction Chronicle." Atlantic Monthly 202.September (1958): 80-81.
Notes: Review of Durrell's Balthazar.

Sykes, Gerald. "Alexandria Revisited." New York Times Book Review .24 August (1958): 4.

Valette, Jacques. "Lettres Anglo-Saxonnes: Justine, Balthazar, Et Lawrence Durrell." Mercure De France 334.November (1958): 536-40.

"Bedrooms and Back Alleys." Time 73.30 March (1959): 91.
Notes: Review of Durrell's Mountolive.

Barr, Donald. "Intrigue Is the Way of Life." New York Times Book Review .22 March (1959): 4.
Notes: Reviews Durrell's Mountolive.

Bowen, John. "One Man's Meat: The Idea of Individual Responsibility." Times Literary Supplement .7 August (1959): xii-xiii.

Carruth, Hayden. "And I Shal Clynken Yow So Mery a Belle That I Shal Wakyn Al This Companye." Poetry 93.5 (1959): 323-25.

Erval, Francoise. "Review." L'Express .7 May (1959): 29.
Notes: Review of Durrell's Balthazar.

Flint, R. W. "A Major Novelist." Commentary 27.April (1959): 353-56.

Gutwillig, Robert. "The Third Chapter in a Modern Literary Experiment." Commonweal 70.3 April (1959): 27-28.
Notes: Review of Durrell's Mountolive.

Howlett, Jacques. "Le Livre De La Semaine: Balthazar." Les Lettres Nouvelles 2 (1959): 19-20.

Kermode, Frank. "Romantic Agonies." London Magazine 6.1 (1959): 51-55.

Lerman, Leo. "Shifting Prisms in a Durrell Scape." Saturday Review 42.21 March (1959): 26-27.

Lund, Mary Graham. "Submerge for Reality: The New Novel Form of Lawrence Durrell." Southwest Review 44 (1959): 229-35.

Miller, Karl. "Poet's Novels." Listener 61 (1959): 1099-100.

Mullins, Edwin. "On Mountolive." Two Cities 1 (1959): 21-24.

Nordell, Rod. "'Relativity' in the Novel." Christian Science Monitor .26 March (1959): 11.

Ozana, Anna. "Auf Dem Wege Zum Modernen Roman: Gedanken Bei Der Lekture Der Romane Lawrence Durrells." Welt and Wort 14 (1959): 237-42.

Rolo, Charles. "Reader's Choice." Atlantic 203.April (1959): 134.

Warnke, Frank J. "Eros and the Embassy." New Republic 140.23 March (1959): 17-18.

"Carnal Jigsaw." Time .4 April (1960): 94, 96.

"Time Released." Times Literary Supplement .5 February (1960): 80.

Adams, Phoebe. "Lawrence Durrell in 1936." Atlantic 206.October (1960): 120-21.

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

Bliven, Naomi. "Alexandria in Tetrameter." New Yorker 36.13 August (1960): 97-98, 101-03.

Coleman, John. "Mr. Durrell's Dimensions." Spectator 204.19 February (1960): 256-57.

Corke, Hilary. "Mr. Durrell and Brother Criticus." Encounter 14.5 (1960): 65-70.

Cranston, Maurice. "Clea by Lawrence Durrell." London Magazine 7 (1960): 69-71.
Notes: Source: Vander Closter

DeMott, Benjamin. "Grading the Emanglons." Hudson Review 13 (1960): 457-64.

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

Fremantle, Anne. "Three Sides of Space and One of Time." Commonweal 72.20 May (1960): 210-11.

Green, Martin. "Lawrence Durrell: A Minority Report." Yale Review 45.Summer (1960): 496-508.

Hamard, Jean-Paul. "L'Espace Et Le Temps Dans Les Romans De Lawrence Durrell." Critique (Paris) 16.156 (1960): 387-413.

Hamard, Jean-Paul. "Lawrence Durrell: Renovateur Assagi." Critique (Paris) 17.163 (1960): 1025-33.

Hicks, Granville. "Crown for a Majectic Work." Saturday Review 43.2 April (1960): 15.

Highet, Gilbert. "The Proud, Sensual, Elegant, Depraved, Witty, Illusionless Alexandrians of Lawrence Durrell." Horizon 2.March (1960): 113-18.
Notes: Entitled "The Alexandrians of Lawrence Durrell" in the journal index.

Jean, Raymond. "Lawrence Durrell Our Le Temps Délivré." Cahiers Du Sud .December-January (1960): 445-48.

Kermode, Frank. "Fourth Dimension." Review of English Literature (London) 1.2 (1960): 73-77.

Kvam, Ragnar. "Lawrence Durrell." Vinduet 14 (1960): 232-40.

---. "Ny Engelsk Prosa." Samtiden 69 (1960): 549-47.

Mackworth, Cecily. "Lawrence Durrell and the New Romanticism." Twentieth Century 167.March (1960): 203-13.
Notes: Reprinted in Moore, Harry T., Ed. The World of Lawrence Durrell. New York: E.P. Dutton & Co., Inc.; 1964; pp. 24-37.

Michot, Paulette. "Lawrence Durrell's Alexandria Quartet." Revue Des Langues Vivantes 26.5 (1960): 361-67.

Moore, Harry T. "Including a Tank of Very Odd Fish." New York Times Book Review .18 September (1960): 4.
Notes: Reprinted as "Durrell's Black Book" in Moore, Harry T., Ed. The World of Lawrence Durrell. New York: E.P. Dutton & Co., Inc.; 1964; pp. 100-102.

Morgan, Thomas B. "The Autumnal Arrival of Lawrence Durrell." Esquire 54.September (1960): 108-11.

Pritchett, V. S. "The Sun and the Sun-Less." New Statesman 59.13 February (1960): 223-24.

Rexroth, Kenneth. "What Is Wrong With Durrell?" Nation 190.4 June (1960): 493-94.

Sykes, Gerald. "A Tapestry Woven in Alexandria: In Lyrical Prose a Novelist Depicts One Man's Quest for Life's Meaning." New York Times Book Review .3 April (1960): 1, 28.

Vallette, Jacques. "Lettres Anglo-Saxonnes: Note Sure Clea." Mercure De France 339 (1960): 535-37.

Warnke, Frank J. "The Many Costumes of Love." New Republic 142.9 May (1960): 20-22.

Wensberg, Erik. "I'Ve Been Reading: A Young Person's Guide for Improving Books and Edifying Examples." Columbia University Forum 3.4 (1960): 38-42.

Weyergans, Franz. "Clea De Lawrence Durrell." Revue Nouvelle 22.15 July (1960): 94-98.

Lerman, Leo. "Prelude to the Quartet." Saturday Review 43 (1960).

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

Baldanza, Frank. "Lawrence Durrell's 'Word Continuum'." Critique 4.2 (1961): 3-17.

Becher, Hubert S. J. "Lawrence Durrell's Tetralogie Und Die Literarische Kritik." Stimmen Der Zeit 168 (1961): 360-69.

Bode, Carl. "Durrell's Way to Alexandria." College English 22.8 (1961): 531-38.

Booth, Wayne C. "A Gallery of Unreliable Narrators and Reflectors." Rhetoric of Fiction. Wayne C. Booth. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1961.
Notes: See p. 433.

Boston, Richard. "Some Notes on The Alexandria Quartet." Delta 23 (1961): 33-38.

Cate, Curtis. "Lawrence Durrell." Atlantic Monthly 208 (1961): 63-69.

Corke, Hilary. "Lawrence Durrell." Literary Half-Yearly 2.1 (1961): 43-49.

Dobrée, Bonamy. "Durrell's Alexandrian Series." Sewanee Review 69.Winter (1961): 61-79.

Enright, D. J. "Alexandrian Night's Entertainments: Lawrence Durrell's Quartet." International Literary Annual 3 (1961): 30-39.

Lund, Mary Graham. "The Alexandrian Projection." Antioch Review 21.2 (1961): 193-204.

O'Brien, R. A. "Time, Space, and Language in Lawrence Durrell." The Waterloo Review 6 (1961): 16-24.

Perles, Alfred. My Friend Lawrence Durrell: An Intimate Memoir on the Author of The Alexandria Quartet. Northwood, Middlesex: Scorpion Press, 1961.

Proser, Matthew N. "Darley's Dilemma: The Problem of Structure in Durrell's Alexandria Quartet." Critique: Studies in Modern Fiction 4.2 (1961): 18-28.

Rexroth, Kenneth. "Lawrence Durrell." Assays. Kenneth Rexroth. Norfolk: New Directions, 1961. 118-30.
Notes: reprinted in Friedman Critical Essays on Lawrence Durrell. Consists of three reviews.

Wallace, John. "Einstein in Alexandria." Minnesota Review 1.Winter (1961): 231-39.

Arthos, John. "Lawrence Durrell's Gnosticism." The Personalist 43.3 (1962): 360-73.

Barrett, William. "Long Journey Inward." Atlantic 209.April (1962): 154-55.

Bode, Carl. "A Guide To Alexandria." The World of Lawrence Durrell. Ed Harry T. Moore. Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 1962. 205-21.
Notes: from College English 1961

Brombert, Victor. "Lawrence Durrell and His French Reputation." The World of Lawrence Durrell. Ed Harry T. Moore. Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 1962. 169-84.

Carruth, Hayden. "Nougat for the Old Bitch." The World of Lawrence Durrell. Ed Harry T. Moore. Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 1962. 117-28.

Cox, W. D. G. "Another Letter to Lawrence Durrell." The World of Lawrence Durrell. Ed Harry T. Moore. Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 1962. 112-16.

Crowder, Richard. "Durrell, Libido, and Eros." Ball State Teachers College Forum 3.2 (1962): 34-39.

Dobrée, Bonamy. "Durrell's Alexandrian Series." The World of Lawrence Durrell. Ed Harry T. Moore. Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 1962. 184-204.
Notes: Reprinted from Dobrée's "Durrell's Alexandrian Series." Sewanee Review 69 (1961 Winter): 61-79.

Eskin, Stanley G. "Durrell's Themes in the Alexandria Quartet." The Texas Quarterly 5.4 (1962): 43-60.

Fricker, Robert. "Lawrence Durrell: The Alexandria Quartet." Gymnasium Helveticum (Aarau) 16.6 (1962).

Gerard, Albert. "Durrell: Un Grand Talent De Basse Époque." Revue Générale Belge .October (1962): 15-29.

Gordon, Ambrose Jr. "Time, Space, and Eros: The Alexandria Quartet Rehearsed." Six Contemporary Novels: Introductory Essays in Modern Fiction. Ed. William O. S. Jr. Sutherland. Austin: University of Texas Press, 1962. 6-21.

Hauge, Ingvar. "Lawrence Durrell Fram Til Aleksandriak-Vartetten." Samtiden 71 (1962): 220-26.

Hutchens, Eleanor N. "The Heraldic Universe in The Alexandria Quartet." College English 24.1 (1962): 56-61.
Notes: Titled "Durrell's Alexandria Quartet" in the journal index.

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

Kazin, Alfred. "Lawrence Durrell's Rosy-Finger'd Egypt." Contemporaries. Alfred Kazin. Boston: Little, Brown & Co., 1962. 188-92.
Notes: reprinted in Friedman Critical Essays on Lawrence Durrell

Kermode, Frank. "Durrell and Others." Puzzles and Epiphanies: Essays and Reviews. Frank Kermode. London: Kegan and Paul, 1962. 214-27.

Levidova, I. "A 'Four-Decker' in Stagnant Waters." Anglo-Soviet Journal 23.Summer (1962): 39-41.

Lodge, David. "Le Roman Contemporain En Agnleterre." La Table Ronde .179 (1962): 80-92.

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

Lund, Mary Graham. "The Big Rock Crystal Mountain." Four Quarters 11.May (1962): 15-18.

---. "Eight Aspects of Melissa: An Air of Mystery." Forum (University of Houston) 3.9 (1962): 18-22.

Mackworth, Cecily. "Lawrence Durrell and the New Romanticism." The World of Lawrence Durrell. Ed Harry T. Moore. New York: E.P. Dutton & Co., Inc., 1962. 24-37.
Notes: Reprinted from Twentieth-Century 167 (March 1960), 203-213.

Manzalaoui, Mahmoud. "Curate's Egg: An Alexandrian Opinion of Durrell's Quartet." Etudes Anglaises 15.3 (1962): 248-60.
Notes: reprinted in Friedman Critical Essays on Lawrence Durrell

Romberg, Bertil. "The Alexandria Quartet." Studies in the Narrative Technique of the First-Person Novel. Bertil Romberg. Stockholm: Almqvist & Wiksell, 1962. 277-308.

Serpieri, Alessandro. "Il Quartetto Di Alessandria Di Lawrence Durrell." Ponte 18 (1962): 48-57.

St. Aubyn, F. C., and Michel Butor. "Entretien Avec Michel Butor." The French Review 36.1 (1962): 12-22.

Steiner, George. "Lawrence Durrell: The Baroque Novel." The World of Lawrence Durrell. Ed Harry T. Moore. Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 1962. 13-23.

Tanner, Tony. "Lawrence Durrell's Fireworks and Puppets." Granta 65 (1962): 8-11.

Trilling, Lionel. "The Quartet: Two Reviews." The World of Lawrence Durrell. Ed Harry T. Moore. Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 1962. 49-65.
Notes: from The Mid-Century

van O'Connor, William. "Two Types of 'Heroes' in British Post-War Fiction." PMLA 77.1 (1962): 168-74.
Notes: Durrell is discussed on page 173.

Bork, Alfred M. "Durrell and Relativity." Centennial Review of the Arts and Sciences 7.2 (1963): 191-203.

Glicksberg, Charles I. "The Fictional World of Lawrence Durrell." Bucknell Review 11 (1963): 118-33.

---. "The Relativity of the Self: The Alexandria Quartet." The Self in Modern Literature. Charles I. Glicksberg. University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press, 1963. 89-94.

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

Howarth, Herbert. "Lawrence Durrell and Some Early Masters." Books Abroad 37.Winter (1963): 5-11.

---. "A Segment of Durrell's Quartet." University of Toronto Quarterly 32 (1963): 282-93.

Kelly, John C. "Lawrence Durrell's Style." Studies: An Irish Quarterly Review 52.Summer (1963): 199-204.

---. "Lawrence Durrell: The Alexandria Quartet." Studies: An Irish Quarterly Review 52.Spring (1963): 52-68.

Lemon, Lee T. "The Alexandria Quartet: Form and Fiction." Wisconsin Studies in Contemporary Literature 4.3 (1963): 327-38.

Servotte, Herman. "The Alexandrian Quartet Van Lawrence Durrell." Dietsche Warande En Belfort 108 (1963): 646-58.

Sullivan, Nancy. "Lawrence Durrell's Epitaph for the Novel." The Personalist: An International Review of Philosophy 44.1 (1963): 79-88.

van Aken, Piet. "De Problematiek Van De Plagiaat-Roman." Niew Vlaams Tijdschrift 16 (1963): 1259-73.

Wakin, Edward. A Lonely Minority: The Modern Story of Egypt's Copts. New York: William Morrow, 1963.
Notes: See pages xi and 23.

West, Paul. "England III." The Modern Novel. Paul West. London: Hutchison University Library, 1963. 99-123.
Notes: Durrell is mentioned a number of times throughout the book, but primarily in this chapter.

Allen, Walter. "War and Post War: British [6]." The Modern Novel in Britain and the United States. Watler Allen. New York: E.P. Dutton & Co, Inc., 1964. 278-92.
Notes: Also available as Tradition and Dream: The English and American Novel from the Twenties to Our Time. London: 1964.

Baumgard, Reinhard. "Rückblickend Von Vorn Gesehen: Lawrence Durrell." Merkur 18.7 (1964): 677-83.

Bien, Peter. Constantine Cavafy. Columbia Essays on Modern Writers 5. New York: Columbia University Press, 1964.

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

Cortland, Peter. "Durrell’s Sentimentalism." English Record 14.4 (1964): 15-19.

Dobrée, Bonamy. "Durrell's Alexandrian Series." The Lamp and the Lute: Studies in Seven Authors. Bonamy Dobrée. New York: Barnes & Noble, 1964. 150-68.
Notes: Reprinted from Dobrée's "Durrell's Alexandrian Series." Sewanee Review 69 (1961 Winter): 61-79.

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

Gaster, Beryl. "Lawrence Durrell." Contemporary Review 205.July (1964): 375-79.

Gordon, Ambrose Jr. The Invisible Tent: The War Novels of Ford Madox Ford. Austin, TX: University of Texas Press, 1964.
Notes: See pages 55-56.

Hagopian, John V. "The Resolution of The Alexandria Quartet." Critique: Studies in Modern Fiction 7.1 (1964): 97-106.

Powell, Lawrence Clark. "Durrell in Dallas." The Little Package: Pages on Literature and Landscape From a Traveling Bookman's Life. Lawrence Clark Powell. Cleveland: World, 1964. 122-24.

---. "Talismans for Travellers." The Little Package: Pages on Literature and Landscape From a Traveling Bookman's Life. Lawrence Clark Powell. Cleveland: World, 1964. 172-79.

Pritchett, V. S. "Alexandrian Hothouse." The Living Novel and Later Appreciations. V. S. Pritchett. New York: Random House, 1964. 303-09.
Notes: Also appears in Pritchett's The Working Novelist. London: Chatto & Windus, 1965. 30-35.

Scholes, Robert. "Return to Alexandria: Lawrence Durrell and Western Narrative Tradition." The Virginia Quarterly Review 40.3 (1964): 411-20.
Notes: Reprinted in Scholes, The Fabulators

Smyth, W. F. "Lawrence Durrell: Modern Love in Chamber Pots and Space Time." Edge (Edmonton) 2.Spring (1964): 105-16.

Unterecker, John. "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. New York: Avon Books, 1964. 322-29.
Notes: Reprinted from College English 22.8 (1961), 531-538. Revision of Lawrence Durrell. New York: Columbia University Press, 1964.

Weatherhead, A. K. "Romantic Anachronism in The Alexandria Quartet." Modern Fiction Studies 10.2 (1964): 128-36.

Alberes, R. M. "Lawrence Durrell Ou Le Roman Pentagonal." La Revue De Paris 72.June (1965): 102-12.

Brown, Sharon Lee. "Lawrence Durrell and Relativity." diss. University of Oregon.
Notes: Dissertation Abstracts International 26:7310

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

Fagan, Edward R. "Science and English: A Rapprochement Through Literature." The English Journal 54.5 (1965): 357-63.

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

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

Fricker, Robert. "Lawrence Durrell: The Alexandria Quartet." Der Moderne Englische Roman: Interpretationen. Ed. Horst Oppel. Berlin: Erich Schmidt Verlag, 1965. 399-416.

Hawkins, Joanna Lynn. "A Study of the Relationship of Point of View to the Structure of The Alexandria Quartet by Lawrence Durrell.". Northeastern University.
Notes: DAI 26:3338-39

Houston, John Porter. "Literature and Psychology: The Case of Proust." L'Esprit Createur 5.Spring (1965): 3-13.

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

McMahon, Joseph H. "Where Does Real Life Begin?" Yale French Studies 35 (1965): 96-113.

Mills, Judith H. "Lawrence Durrell's Alexandria Quartet: A Study of Characterization." Thes. Queen's University, 1965.

Pritchett, V. S. "Alexandrian Hothouse." The Working Novelist. V. S. Pritchett. London: Chatto & Windus, 1965. 30-35.
Notes: Also appears in Pritchett's The Living Novel and Later Appreciations. New York: Random House, 1964. pp. 303-309.

Rippier, Joseph S. "Introduction." Some Postwar British Novelists. Joseph S. Rippier. Frankfurt/Main: Verlag Moritz Diesterweg, 1965. 5-18.
Notes: 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. Frankfurt/Main: Verlag Moritz Diesterweg, 1965. 106-37.

Weigel, John A. Lawrence Durrell. New York: Twayne, 1965.
Notes: Later revised (substantially) & reprinted as Lawrence Durrell Boston: G.K. Hall & Co., 1989.

Durrell, Lawrence. "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. London: New English Library, 1966. 17.
Notes: A one-page article with photo of Durrell. Primarily contains a Pursewarden poem.

Enright, D. J. "Alexandrian Nights' Entertainment: Lawrence Durrell's Quartet." Conspirators and Poets. D. J. Enright. London: Chatto & Windus, 1966. 111-20.
Notes: Reprinted from International Literary Annual 3 (1961): 30-39.

Friedman, Alan Warren. "Art for Love's Sake: Lawrence Durrell and The Alexandria Quartet.". University of Rochester, 1966.
Notes: DAI 27:1365-66A

Gossman, Ann. "Some Characters in Search of a Mirror." Critique 8.3 (1966): 79-84.

Lytle, Andrew Nelson. "The Hero With the Private Parts." The Hero With the Private Parts: Essays. Andrew Nelson Lytle. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 1966. 42-59.
Notes: Ruth. North.

Sanchez Mayans, Fernando. "Miller y Durrell Publican Su Correspondencia." Nivel 44.3 (1966): 8.

Burns, J. Christopher. "Durrell's Heraldic Universe." Modern Fiction Studies 13.3 (1967): 375-88.

Friedman, Alan Warren. "A "Key" To Lawrence Durrell." Wisconsin Studies in Contemporary Literature 8.1 (1967): 31-42.

Gindin, James. "The Fable Begins to Break Down." Wisconsin Studies in Comparative Literature 8.1 (1967): 1-18.
Notes: 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.

Godshalk, William Leigh. "Some Sources of Durrell's Alexandria Quartet." Modern Fiction Studies 13.3 (1967): 361-74.

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

Johnson, Ann Schwertfeger. "Lawrence Durrell's 'Prism-Sightedness': The Structure of The Alexandria Quartet.". University of Pennsylvania, 1967.

Kruppa, Joseph E. "Durrell's Alexandria Quartet and the "Implosion" of the Modern Consciousness." Modern Fiction Studies 13.3 (1967): 401-16.

Levitt, Morton P. "Art and Correspondences: Durrell, Miller, and The Alexandria Quartet." Modern Fiction Studies 13.3 (1967): 299-318.

Morcos, Mona Louis. "Elements of the Autobiographical in The Alexandria Quartet." Modern Fiction Studies 13.3 (1967): 343-59.

Read, Phyllis J. "The Illusion of Personality: Cyclical Time in Durrell's Alexandria Quartet." Modern Fiction Studies 13.3 (1967): 389-99.

Reilly, Robert J. "Henry James and the Morality of Fiction." American Literature 39.1 (1967): 1-30.

Robinson, W. R. "Intellect and Imagination in The Alexandria Quartet." Shenandoah 18.4 (1967): 55-68.

Scholes, Robert. "Lawrence Durrell and The Return to Alexandria." The Fabulators. Robert Scholes. New York: Oxford University Press, 1967. 17-31.
Notes: Reprint of - Scholes, Robert. "Return to Alexandria: Lawrence Durrell and Western Narrative Tradition." Virginia Quarterly Review 40 (Summer 1964), 411-420.

Sertoli, Giuseppe. Lawrence Durrell. Civilta Letteraria Del Novecento: Sezione Inglese - Americana 6. Milano: University of Mersia, 1967.

Steiner, George. "Lawrence Durrell and the Baroque Novel." Language and Silence: Essays on Language, Literature, and the Inhuman. George Steiner. New York: Atheneum, 1967. 280-87.
Notes: Reprinted from Yale Review 49 (1960): 488-495 and Friedman's Critical Essays on Lawrence Durrell.

Stevenson, Lionel. Yesterday and After. New York: Barnes & Noble, 1967.
Notes: See pages 387-390.

"The Old Firm." Times Literary Supplement .25 April (1968): 413.
Notes: Review of Durrell's Tunc.

Burgess, Anthony. "Other Kinds of Massiveness." The Novel Now: A Guide to Contemporary Fiction. Anthony Burgess. London: W.W. Norton & Co., 1968. 93-106.
Notes: 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.

Creed, Walter Gentry. "Contemporary Scientific Concepts and the Structure of Lawrence Durrell's Alexandria Quartet.". University of Pennsylvania, 1968.
Notes: DAI 30:1165A

Decancq, Roland. "What Lies Beyond? An Analysis of Darley's "Quest" in Lawrence Durrell's Alexandria Quartet." Revue Des Langues Vivantes 34.2 (1968): 134-50.
Notes: Some sources mistakenly list Decancq as "Delancq" and the citation as 36.2 (1968):135-150.

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

Enright, D. J. "Alexandrian Nights' Entertainment." Writing in England Today: The Last Fifteen Years. Ed. Karl Miller. Baltimore: Penguin, 1968. 45-53.

Fraser, G. S. Lawrence Durrell: A Study. New York: E.P. Dutton, 1968.

Goulianos, Joan Susan. "Lawrence Durrell's Greek Landscape." Diss. Columbia University, 1968.
Notes: DAI 31:4770-71A

Hamard, Jean-Paul. "Lawrence Durrell: A European Writer." Durham University Journal NS 29.3 (1968): 171-81.
Notes: This issue may also be numbered vol. 60 June (1968).

Harris, Wendell V. "Molly's 'Yes': The Transvaluation of Sex in Modern Fiction." Texas Studies in Literature and Language 10.1 (1968): 107-18.

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

McCarthy, Laurie Lind. "The Structural Continuum of Lawrence Durrell's Alexandria Quartet." Thes. Memorial University of Newfoundland, 1968.

Roht, Toivi. "The Narrative Quest: An Interpretation of Lawrence Durrell's Alexandria Quartet." Thes. Queen's University, 1968.

Gilliat, Penelope. "Pacts and Sects." New Yorker 45.9 August (1969): 67-69.
Notes: Reviews the film "Justine" by George Cukor, based on the Alexandria Quartet.

Isernhagen, Hartwig. Sensation, Vision and Imagination: The Problem of Unity in Lawrence Durrell’s Novels. Bamberg: Bamberger Fotodruck, 1969.

Katope, Christopher G. "Cavafy and Durrell's "The Alexandria Quartet"." Comparative Literature 21 (1969): 125-37.
Notes: On the journal cover and index, "Durrell's" is mis-spelled "Durrel's"

Lebas, Gérard. "Lawrence Durrell's Alexandria Quartet and the Critics: A Survey of Published Criticism." Caliban (Toulouse) 6 (1969): 91-114.
Notes: An early, but annotated, bibliography of criticism on Durrell's Alexandria Quartet.

Misiego, Micaela. "Lawrence Durrell y Su Alexandria Quartet." Filologia Moderna 37 (1969): 59-71.

Russo, John Paul. "Love in Lawrence Durrell." Prairie Schooner 43.4 (1969): 396-407.

Vieira, Luis Gonzaga. "Pursewarden." Minas Girais, Suplemento Literario .13 September (1969): 4-5.

Wakefield, Dan. "New Styles of Storytelling." Atlantic Monthly 224.November (1969): 170-72.
Notes: Review of the film "Justine" by George Cuckor, based on Durrell's Alexandria Quartet.

Durrell, Lawrence. "Justine: Behind the Novels and the Motion Picture." Holiday 45.4 (1969): 74-77.

Rolin, Gabrielle. "Lawrence Durrell." Realites .280 (1969): 5-17.

Cartwright, Michael Percy. "The Alexandria Quartet: A Comedy For The Twentieth Century Or Lawrence Durrell, The Pardoner, And His Miraculous Pig's Knuckle.". University of Nebraska.

Carwright, Michael Percy. "The Alexandria Quartet: A Comedy for the Twentieth-Century or Lawrence Durrell, The Pardoner.". University of Nebraska, 1970.
Notes: DAI 31:5391A

Fite, Gay Frederick. "Lawrence Durrell's Progression Towards the Heraldic Universe." Thes. Simon Fraser University, 1970.

Fraser, G. S. Lawrence Durrell. Writers and Their Work 216. London: Longman, 1970.

Friedman, Alan Warren. Lawrence Durrell and "The Alexandria Quartet": Art for Love's Sake. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1970.

Goulden, Alban S. "In Order to Continue, The Tale Over the Teller: Durrell, Creeley, Lawrence." Thes. Simon Fraser University, 1970.

Hoops, Wiklef. "Lawrence Durrell." Englische Literatur Der Gegenwart in Einzeldarstelllungen. Ed. Horst W. Drescher. Stuttgart: Kröner, 1970. 250-80.

Lebas, Gérard. "The Mechanisms of Space-Time in The Alexandria Quartet." Caliban 7 (1970): 79-97.

McDowell, Frederick P. W. "Recent British Fiction: Some Established Writers." Contemporary Literature 11.3 (1970): 401-31.
Notes: 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.

Robson, W. W. Modern English Literature. London: Oxford University Press, 1970.

Weisgerber, Jean. "The Use of Quotations in Recent Literature." Comparative Literature 22.1 (1970): 36-45.

Beja, Morris. Epiphany in the Modern Novel. Seattle, WA: University of Washington Press, 1971.
Notes: Durrell is mentioned a number of times throughout the text

Burgess, Anthony. "Other Kinds of Massiveness." The Novel Now. Anthony Burgess. Folcroft: Folcroft Library Editions, 1971. 93-106.
Notes: Durrell is discussed with other authors, including Doris Lessing, Richard Hughes, Olivia Manning, J.B. Priestley, Edward Upward and Angus Wilson. The British edition is entitled The Novel Now.

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

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

Fagan, Edward R. "Disjointed Time and the Contemporary Novel." JGE: The Journal of General Education 23.2 (1971): 151-60.

Godshalk, William Leigh. "Aspects of Lawrence Durrell." Journal of Modern Literature 1.3 (1971): 439-45.

Gossman, Ann. "Love's Alchemy in the Alexandria Quartet." Critique: Studies in Modern Fiction 13.2 (1971): 83-96.

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

Lebas, Gérard. "The Fabric of Durrell's Alexandria Quartet." Caliban 8 (1971): 139-50.

Neuhaus, Volker. "Lawrence Durrells "The Alexandria Quartet"." Typen Multiperspektivischen Erzählens. Volker Neuhaus. Köln: Böhlau, 1971. 150-59.
Notes: In German. Durrell is mentioned briefly in the conclusion of the work as well.

Nittis, Dion Whitney. "The Heraldic Universe of Lawrence Durrell." Diss. University of California, Los Angeles, 1971.
Notes: Contains the transcript of a letter from Durrell to Nittis.

Tanner, William Edward. "Characteronyms in The Alexandria Quartet: Threads in a Tapestry." Of Edsels and Marauders. Eds. Fred Tarpley and Ann Moseley. Commerce, TX: Names Institute Press, 1971. 123-26.

Taylor, Chet. "Dissonance and Digression: The Ill-Fitting Fusion of Philosophy and Form in Lawrence Durrell's Alexandria Quartet." Modern Fiction Studies 17.2 (1971): 167-79.

Wedin, Warren. "The Unity of a Continuum." Diss. University of Arizona, 1971.
Notes: DAI 32:1535-36A

Williams, Ernie Milton. "The Logical Structure of Aesthetic Discourse." Diss. Florida State University, 1971.
Notes: DAI 32:5293A

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

Chapman, R. T. "Dead, or Just Pretending? Reality in The Alexandria Quartet." The Centennial Review 16.Fall (1972): 408-18.

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

Howarth, Herbert. "Lawrence Durrell Snapped in a Library." London Magazine ns 12.1 (1972): 71-84.

Kopper Jr., Edward A. "A Note on the Religious Imagery in The Alexandria Quartet." Studies in the Twentieth Century 10.Fall (1972): 115-20.

Kothandaraman, Bala. "The Comic Dimension in The Alexandria Quartet." Osmanian Journal of English Studies 9.1 (1972): 27-37.

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. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1972. 155-69.

Morris, Robert K. "Lawrence Durrell: The Alexandria Quartet: Art and the Changing Vision." Continuance and Change: The Contemporary British Novel Sequence. Robert K. Morris. Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 1972. 51-70.

Rubrecht, Werner Hermann. Durrells Alexandria Quartet. Struktur Als Bezugssystem, Sichtung Und Analyse. Berne: Franck, 1972.

Ruprecht, Walter Hermann. Durrells Alexandria Quartet: Struktur Als Belzugssystem. Sichtung Und Analyse. Swiss Studies in English 72. Berne: Francke Verlag, 1972.

Wedin, Warren. "The Artist As Narrator in The Alexandria Quartet." Twentieth Century Literature: A Scholarly and Critical Journal 18 (1972): 175-80.

"Lawrence Durrell." Contemporary Literary Criticism 1 (1973): 83-87.
Notes: Collects extracts from criticism on Durrell's works.

Brewer, Jennifer. "Lawrence Durrell's Alexandria Quartet and the Hermetic Tradition." Diss. Tufts University, 1973.
Notes: DAI 34:5092-93A

Brigham, James A. "The Critic and the Nymph: Thematic Development in the Novels of Lawrence Durrell, 1935-1960." Diss. University of Alberta, 1973.

Creed, Walter G. "Pieces of the Puzzle: The Multiple-Narrative Structure of The Alexandria Quartet." Mosaic: A Journal for the Interdisciplinary Study of Literature 6.2 (1973): 19-35.

Fraser, G. S. Lawrence Durrell: A Critical Study. 1968. London: Faber & Faber, 1973.
Notes: Revised edition.

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

Morrison, James Raymond. "Time Structure in the Works of Lawrence Durrell." Diss. University of Toronto, 1973.

Perles, Alfred. My Friend Lawrence Durrell: An Intimate Memoir on the Author of The Alexandria Quartet. 1961. London: Village Press, 1973.

Pinchin, Jane Lagoudis. "It Goes on Being Alexandria Still: C.P. Cavafy and the English Alexandrians." Diss. Columbia University, 1973.
Notes: Revised and published as Pinchin's Alexandria Still.

Young, Thomas Beetham. "Thematic Emphasis and Psychological Realism in Lawrence Durrell's Alexandria Quartet." Diss. Ohio State University, 1973.
Notes: DAI 34:5214-15A

Zivley, Sherry Ann Lutz. "The Unity of Lawrence Durrell's Alexandria Quartet." Diss. Tulane University, 1973.
Notes: DAI 34:2667A

"Devil's Disciples." Times Literary Supplement .18 October (1974): 1155.
Notes: Review of Durrell's Monsieur.

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.
Notes: DAI 35:4500A

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.

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

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

Romberg, Bertil. "The Alexandria Quartet." Studies in the Narrative Techniques of the First-Person Novel. Bertil Romberg. Folcroft: Folcroft Library Editions, 1974. 277-308.
Notes: Reprint of same (Stockholm: Almqvist & Wiskell, 1962).

Theroux, Paul. "Hypotenused." New Statesman 88.18 October (1974): 544-45.
Notes: Review of Durrell's Monsieur.

"Lawrence Durrell." Contemporary Literary Criticism 4 (1975): 144-48.
Notes: Collects extracts from criticism on Durrell's works.

Anderson, Roger Kent. "A La Recherche Du Temps Perdu and The Alexandria Quartet." Diss. University of Texas at Austin, 1975.
Notes: DAI 37:291A

Creed, Walter G. "The Whole Pointless Joke? Darley's Search for Truth in The Alexandria Quartet." Etudes Anglaises 28.2 (1975): 165-73.
Notes: Reprinted in Creed's The Muse of Science and "The Alexandria Quartet." Folcroft: Folcroft Library Editions, 1977.

Durrell, Lawrence. "Vampire in Venice." A Clutch of Vampires. Ed. Raymond T. McNally. New York: Warner Books, 1975. 195-99.
Notes: The text is of Pursewarden's vampire story from Balthazar.

Goldberg, Frederick. "The Movement Toward Survival." diss. Emory University.
Notes: DAI 36:2808A

Henig, Suzanne. "Lawrence Durrell: The Greatest of Them All." Virginia Woolf Quarterly 2.1-2 (1975): 3-12.
Notes: Includes a photograph on page 3.

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

Mellard, Joan. "The Unity of Lawrence Durrell's Alexandria Quartet." Linguistics in Literature 1.1 (1975): 77-143.
Notes: 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.

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.

Pelletier, Jacques. Le Quatour D'Alexandrie De Lawrence Durrell [Lawrence Durrell's Alexandria Quartet]. Paris: Hachette, 1975.

Sajavaara, Kari. Imagery in Lawrence Durrell's Prose. Mémoires De La Société Néophilologique De Helsinki 35. Helsinki: Société Néophilologique, 1975.
Notes: Sajavaara offers a detailed study of imagery in Durrell's works, as well as how imagery and theme interact.

Wood, Michael. "Play It Again, Sam." New York Review of Books 22.6 March (1975): 17-18.
Notes: Review of Durrell's Monsieur.

Wright, Michael Wayne. "Durrell's Alexandrian Tetralogy: Knowledge and Space-Time." Thes. Dalhousie University, 1975.
Notes: Available through the National Library of Canada. Canadian theses on microfiche; no. 24963.

"Lawrence Durrell." Contemporary Literary Criticism 6 (1976): 151-54.
Notes: Collects extracts from criticism on Durrell's works.

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.

Gordon, Ambrose Jr. "Time, Space, and Eros: The Alexandria Quartet Rehearsed." Aspects of Time. Ed. C. A. Patrides. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 1976. 238-49.

Hoops, Wiklef. Die Antinomie Von Theorie Und Praxis in Lawrence Durrells Alexandria Quartet: Eine Strukturuntersuchung. Frankfurt: Peter Lang, 1976.

Kellman, Steven G. "The Fiction of Self-Begetting." MLN 91.6 (1976): 1243-56.

---. "The Self-Begetting Novel." Western Humanities Review 30.2 (1976): 119-28.

Lennon, John M. "Pursewarden's Death: A Stray Brick From Another Region." Modern Language Studies 4.1 (1976): 22-28.

Lewis, Nancy Whyte. "Lawrence Durrell's Alexandria Quartet and the Rendering of Post-Einsteinian Space." Diss. University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1976.
Notes: DAI 37:7143-44A

Lowenkron, David Henry. "The Metanovel." College English 38.4 (1976): 343-55.

McDonald, Robert. "Lawrence Durrell: Classical Puppeteer." Descant (Toronto) 14 (1976): 52-67.
Notes: This interview is reprinted in Earl Ingersoll's Lawrence Durrell: Conversations. Cranbury, NJ: Ashgate; 1998. 149-162.

Petrulian, Catrinel Plesu. "Lawrence Durrell's Quartet." Revista De Istorie Si Teorie Literara 25 (1976): 397-401.

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.

Unterecker, John. "Lawrence Durrell." Six Contemporary British Novelists. Ed George Stade. New York: Columbia University Press, 1976. 219-69.
Notes: Exploration of Durrell's corpus to the Alexandria Quartet, but not later. Reprint of Lawrence Durrell. New York: Columbia University Press, 1964.

Adams, Robert Martin. After Joyce: Studies in Fiction After Ulysses. New York: Oxford University Press, 1977.

Creed, Walter G. The Muse of Science and "The Alexandria Quartet". Norwood, PA: Norwood Editions, 1977.

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.

Pinchin, Jane Lagoudis. Alexandria Still: Forster, Durrell and Cavafy. Princeton Essays in Literature. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1977.

"Lawrence Durrell." Contemporary Literary Criticism 8 (1978): 190-94.
Notes: Collects extracts from criticism on Durrell's works.

Anderson, Barbara. "The Cinematic Qualities of Lawrence Durrell's Alexandria Quartet." Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Newsletter 2.2 (1978): 3-16.

Barrett, John Walter. "Lawrence Durrell's The Black Book and The Alexandria Quartet: Some Existential and Jungian Correspondences." Diss. University of Northern Colorado, 1978.
Notes: DAI 39:4952-53A

Booth, Janice Ann. "An Exploration of the Construct Validity of the Durrell Visual Memory of Words: Intermediate." Thes. National Library of Canada, 1978.

Creed, Walter G. The Muse of Science and "The Alexandria Quartet". 1977. Folcroft: Folcroft Library Editions, 1978.
Notes: Previously published by Norwood Editions in Norwood, PA, 1977.

Friedman, Alan Warren. Multivalence: The Moral Quality of Form in the Modern Novel. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 1978.
Notes: Durrell is mentioned frequently throughout the first half of the text.

Jones, Leslie W. "'Selected Fictions': The Intersection of Life and Art in The Alexandria Quartet." Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Newsletter 2.1 (1978): 11-23.

MacNiven, Ian S. "A Room in the House of Art: The Friendship of Anais Nin and Lawrence Durrell." Mosaic: A Journal for the Interdisciplinary Study of Literature 11.2 (1978): 37-57.
Notes: The journal issue also contains a photo of Durrell and the image of a letter about Nin in his hand on page 35.

Musumarra, Adriana. "Mito e Metafora Nell'Alessandria Di Durrell." Studi Inglesi: Raccolta De Saggi e Ricerche. Ed. Agonstino Lombardo. Bari: Adriatica, 1978. 321-52.

Scholes, Robert. "The Revival of Romance: Lawrence Durrell 1967." The English Novel: Developments in Criticism Since Henry James: A Casebook. Ed. Stephen Hazell. London: Macmillan, 1978. 125-35.

Sutton, D. C. "Mythological Writing in the Modern Novel, With Special Reference to Samuel Beckett, Mervyn Peake and Lawrence Durrell." Diss. CNAA University, 1978.

Thornton, Lawrence. "Narcissims and Selflessness in The Alexandria Quartet." Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Newsletter 1.4 (1978): 3-22.
Notes: Reprinted in Thornton's Unbodied Hope: Narcissism and the Modern Novel. Lewisburg: Bucknell University Press, 1984. pp. 129-148.

Adam, Peter. "Alexandria and After -- Lawrence Durrell in Egypt." The Listener 100 (1978): 497-500.
Notes: This piece is an interview, an article, and an advertisement for "The Spirit of Place: Lawrence Durrell's Egypt" on BBC2's "The Lively Arts."

Chaffin, Glenda Lynn. "Musical Structures in Lawrence Durrell's The Alexandria Quartet." Diss. Florida State University, 1979.
Notes: DAI 40:5062A

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.

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

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

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

Fruin, Jennifer Linton. "The Importance of Narouz in Durrell's Hermetic Paradigm." Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Newsletter 2.4 (1979): 3-10.

Gascoyne, David. "Retrospective Notes on 'The Other Larry'." Labrys 5 (1979): 59-74.

Matthews, John. "Threading the Maze." Labrys 5 (1979): 1-4.
Notes: Introduction to Labrys special issue on Durrell.

Nichols, James R. "Lawrence Durrell's Alexandria Quartet: The Paradise of Bitter Fruit." Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly 3.2 (1979): 9-16.
Notes: Reprinted in Deus Loci 5.SI 1 (1981): 224-234.

Peirce, Carol. "A Reading of Durrell's Map: John Wain's Oxford Lecture." Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Newsletter 3.2 (1979): 3-8.

---. "'Wrinkled Deep in Time': The Alexandria Quartet As Many-Layered Palimpsest." Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Newsletter 2.4 (1979): 11-28.
Notes: Expanded and reprinted in Twentieth Century Literature 33.4 (1987), 485-498.

Richardson, Ken. "Space-Time and Relativity in 'The Alexandria Quartet'." Labrys 5 (1979): 111-39.

Scholes, Robert. "Lawrence Durrell and the Return to Alexandria." Fabulation and Metafiction. Robert Scholes. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1979. 28-36.
Notes: reprinted

"Lawrence Durrell." Contemporary Literary Criticism 13 (1980): 184-89.
Notes: Collects extracts from criticism on Durrell's works.

Kellman, Steven G. "One Quartet and Four Notebooks." The Self-Begetting Novel. Steven G. Kellman. New York: Columbia University Press, 1980. 93-100.

Peirce, Carol. "The Alexandria Quartet: A Key to Modern Literature." Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly 5.1 (1980): 123-44.

Vipond, Dianne L. "Art, Artist, Ans Aesthetics In Lawrence Durrell's Alexandria Quartet." diss. York University.

Waelti-Walters, Jennifer. "Coincidental Perceptions (Michel Butor and Lawrence Durrell)." Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Newsletter 3.4 (1980): 13-20.

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

Brewer, Jennifer L. "Character and Psychological Place: The Justine/Sophia Relation." Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly 5.SI 1 (1981): 236-39.

Cruickshank, E. B. "The Concept of Time in Lawrence Durrell's Alexandria Quartet." Thes. University of Aberdeen, 1981.

Fordham, Glenn Wayne Jr. "The Psychological Orientation Towards Growth in Lawrence Durrell's The Alexandria Quartet." diss. Univesity of North Texas.

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

Lewis, Nancy W. "Two Thematic Applications of Einsteinian Field Structure in The Alexandria Quartet." Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly 5.SI 1 (1981): 242-43.

Morrison, Ray. "'A Mirror Reference to Reality': Justine As a Schopenhauerian Woman in The Alexandria Quartet." Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly 5.SI 1 (1981): 42-50.
Notes: Response & discussion, 52-62

Nichols, James R. "The Paradise of Bitter Fruit: Lawrence Durrell's Alexandria Quartet." Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly 5.SI 1 (1981): 224-34.

Pinchin, Jane Lagoudis. "Durrell's Fatal Cleopatra." Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Newsletter 5.SI 1 (1981): 24-39.
Notes: Proceedings of the First National Lawrence Durrell Conference. Reprinted in Modern Fiction Studies 28.2 (1982), 229-236 -- and in Friedman Critical Essays on Lawrence Durrell, 1987.

Pinchin, Jane Lagoudis, and Joan Rodman response Goulianos. "Durrell's Fatal Cleopatra." Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly 5.SI 1 (1981): 24-39.
Notes: Response and discussion, pp. 52-62.

Rieger-Pratt, Anna. "Lawrence Durrell's « Alexandria Quartet »: A « Novelist's Novel »?" Kwartalnik Neofilologiczny 28.3-4 (1981): 357-67.

Robillard, Douglas Jr. "In the Capital of Memory: The Alexandria of Durrell and Cavafy." Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly 5.SI 1 (1981): 78-87.

Schwerdt, Lisa. "Coming of Age in Alexandria: The Narrator." Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly 5.SI 1 (1981): 210-21.

Shifreen, Lawrence J. "Faction in the Villa Seurat." Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly 5.2 (1981): 1-19.

Stromberg, Robert L. "The Contribution of Relativity to the Inconsistency of Form in The Alexandria Quartet." Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly 5.SI 1 (1981): 246-56.

Baker, James R. "An Interview With William Golding." Twentieth Century Literature 28.2 (1982): 130-70.
Notes: Durrell is discussed on pages 166-167.

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

Gagnon, Mary Alice. "Conception of Place in Lawrence Durrell's Tetralogy." Thes. McGill University, 1982.

Husband, Janet. Sequels: An Annotated Guide to Novels in Series. Chicago: American Library Association, 1982.
Notes: 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. See p. 78.

Lewis, Nancy W. "Two Thematic Applications of Einsteinian Field Structure in The Alexandria Quartet." Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly 6.1 (1982): 1-10.

Operajita, Oopalee. "The Love Ethic of Lawrence Durrell in The Alexandria Quartet.". Dalhousie University, 1982.

Peirce, Carol. "Pynchon's V. and Lawrence Durrell's Alexandria Quartet." Pynchon Notes 8 (1982): 23-29.

Pinchin, Jane Lagoudis. "Durrell's Fatal Cleopatra." Modern Fiction Studies 28.2 (1982): 229-36.

Stoneback, Harry R. "Et in Alexandria Ego: Lawrence Durrell and the Spirit of Place." Mid-Hudson Language Studies 5 (1982): 115-28.

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

Gibert, Harriet. "Uses of Literacy." New Statesman .11 November (1983): 30.

Hall, Tessa F. "Perspectives on Alexandria in Lawrence Durrell's The Alexandria Quartet." Thes. Oxford University, 1983.

King, James Roy. "Durrell's Alexandria Quartet: The Moment in Space." The Literary Moment As a Lens on Reality. James Roy King. Columbia: University of Missouri Press, 1983. 181-202.

---. "Inside Time." The Literary Moment As a Lens on Reality. James Roy King. Columbia: University of Missouri Press, 1983. 203-09.

Meier, Candice Sue. "Reality and Truth in The Alexandria Quartet." da. Drake University.

Rashidi, Linda Stump. "Linguistic Signals of Activeness and Passiveness in Lawrence Durrell's The Alexandria Quartet." The Ninth LACUS Forum 1982. Columbia, SC: Hornbeam Press, for the Linguistic Association of Canada and the United States, 1983. 405-12.

Rumens, Carol. "Eros and Thanatos in Alex." The Observer .23 October (1983): 32.
Notes: Review of Constance and The Alexandria Quartet.

Zahlan, Anne Ricketson. "The Burden Slips: The Literary Expatriate In British Fiction, Before And After World War II." diss. The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

"Lawrence Durrell." Contemporary Literary Criticism 27 (1984): 94-102.
Notes: Collects extracts from criticism on Durrell's works.

Alexandre-Garner, Corinne. "'La Main En Gage'; Or, The Occurence of Writing." Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly 7.3 (1984): 3-24.

Cartwright, Michael, et al. "Commentary." Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly 7.5 (1984): 108-09.
Notes: On Miracle Ground II: Second International Lawrence Durrell Conference Proceedings. Response to Godshalk in same volume

Christensen, Peter G. "Greece, Egypt, and the Quartet: Response." Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly 7.5 (1984): 79-88.
Notes: On Miracle Ground II: Second International Lawrence Durrell Conference Proceedings. Christensen replies to Grimes.

Dasenbrock, Reed Way. "Centrifugality: An Approach to Lawrence Durrell." Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly 7.5 (1984): 199-210.
Notes: On Miracle Ground II: Second International Lawrence Durrell Conference Proceedings

Debray-Ritzen, Pierre. "A Sovereign Harmony." Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly 7.4 (1984): 16-19.
Notes: Translated by Christine de Lailhacar

Friedman, Alan Warren. "'Not Lost but Gone Before': Durrell and Death." Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly 7.5 (1984): 95-104.
Notes: On Miracle Ground II: Second International Lawrence Durrell Conference Proceedings. See Godshalk for response to this paper.

Godshalk, William Leigh. "Durrell: Death, Love, and Art." Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly 7.5 (1984): 105-07.
Notes: On Miracle Ground II: Second International Lawrence Durrell Conference Proceedings. Response to Friedman in same volume

Goulianos, Joan. "In Response." Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly 7.5 (1984): 51-57.

Grimes, Terrence L. "How Real Is the City? Townscape in The Alexandria Quartet." Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly 7.5 (1984): 51-68.
Notes: On Miracle Ground II: Second International Lawrence Durrell Conference Proceedings

Lewis, Nancy W. "The Alexandria Quartet and the Motion of the Field: Drifting, Exploding, Regrouping." Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly 7.5 (1984): 145-54.
Notes: On Miracle Ground II: Second International Lawrence Durrell Conference Proceedings

Lewis, Tina. "Commentary." Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly 7.5 (1984): 171.
Notes: On Miracle Ground II: Second International Lawrence Durrell Conference Proceedings

MacNiven, Ian S., Mark F. Lund, and James R. Nichols. "Commentary." Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly 7.5 (1984): 127-28.
Notes: On Miracle Ground II: Second International Lawrence Durrell Conference Proceedings

Montalbetti, Jean. "Lawrence Durrell, En Dix Mouvements." Magazine Litteraire (Paris) 210.Septembre (1984): 78-85.

Morrison, Ray. "The Influence of Otto Rank on Lawrence Durrell's The Dark Labyrinth, Sappho and The Alexandria Quartet." Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly 7.5 (1984): 135-44.
Notes: On Miracle Ground II: Second International Lawrence Durrell Conference Proceedings

Nichols, James R. "Sunshine Dialogues: Christianity and Paganism in the Works of Lawrence Durrell." Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly 7.5 (1984): 129-34.
Notes: On Miracle Ground II: Second International Lawrence Durrell Conference Proceedings

Peirce, Carol. "'A Lass Unparalled'd': The Memory of Shakespeare's Cleopatra in The Alexandria Quartet." Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly 7.5 (1984): 173-82.
Notes: On Miracle Ground II: Second International Lawrence Durrell Conference Proceedings

Spencer, Sharon. "Dialogues, Drifting, and Otto Rank: A Response." Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly 7.5 (1984): 155-58.
Notes: On Miracle Ground II: Second International Lawrence Durrell Conference Proceedings

Thomas, Gordon K. "Durrell and Wordsworth: Seekers of the Shrinking Shore." Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly 7.5 (1984): 183-95.
Notes: On Miracle Ground II: Second International Lawrence Durrell Conference Proceedings

Thornton, Lawrence. "Narcissims and Selflessness in The Alexandria Quartet." Unbodied Hope: Narcissism and the Modern Novel. Lawrence Thornton. Lewisburg: Bucknell University Press, 1984. 129-48.
Notes: Reprint of same from Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Newsletter 1.4 (1978), 3-22.

Todd, Daniel Ray. "An Annotated, Enumerative Bibliography of the Criticism of Lawrence Durrell's Alexandria Quartet and His Travel Works." Diss. Tulane University.

Volkoff, Vladimir. Lawrence Le Magnifique: Essai Sur Lawrence Durrell Et Le Roman Relativiste. Paris: Julliard, 1984.

Alexandre-Garner, Corinne. 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.

Ashworth, Ann. "Durrell's Hermetic Puer and Senex in The Alexandria Quartet." Critique 26.2 (1985): 67-80.

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

Campon, B. "Lawrence Durrell, the Cult to Difference: Interview." Cuadernos Del Norte 6.31 (1985): 77-82.

Dill, Janet E. "The Space-Time Novel As A Message Event: 'Pursewarden's Suicide ." Thes. York University.

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

Hasan, Zia. "Incest Over the Ages: A Comparison Between 'Tis Pity She's a Whore and The Alexandria Quartet." Literary Criterion 20.3 (1985): 39-48.

Higdon, David Leon. Shadows of the Past in Contemporary British Fiction. Athens, Georgia: University of Georgia Press, 1985.
Notes: See page 9.

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.
Notes: Durrell is discussed in an independent section of the complete work, as well as throughout the work. See pp 49-125

Lemon, Lee T. "Lawrence Durrell: The Uses of Uncertainty." Portraits of the Artist in Contemporary Fiction. Lee T. Lemon. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 1985. 1-43.

Rashidi, Linda Stump. "Complexity of Reality in Lawrence Durrell's The Alexandria Quartet." Systemic Perspectives on Discourse Vol 2. Eds. James Benson and William Greeves. Vol. 2. New Jersey: Ablex Publishing Corporation, 1985. 204-24.

Woods, David M. "Durrell's Alexandria Quartet and Meaning: Some East-West Perspectives.". East Carolina University, 1985.

Ali, Zahra Ahmed Hussein. "Between Shaharazad and Marcel Proust: Narrative Techniques in The Alexandria Quartet." Diss. Brown University, 1986.
Notes: UMI 8519799

Friedman, Alan Warren. "Lawrence Durrell's World of Death." Essays on the Contemporary Novel. Eds Hedwig & Albert Wertheim Bock. München: Max Hueber Verlag, 1986. 67-78.
Notes: Reprint of "'Not Lost but Gone Before': Durrell and Death." Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly 7.5

Lillios, Anna. "Love in Lawrence Durrell's Alexandria Quartet." diss. University of Iowa.

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

Stevenson, Randall. "The Game of Mirrors: Lawrence Durrell and John Fowles." The British Novel Since the Thirties. Randall Stevenson. London: B.T. Batsford, Ltd., 1986. 203-09.

Zahlan, Anne Ricketson. "The Destruction of the Imperial Self in Lawrence Durrell's The Alexandria Quartet." Perspectives on Contemporary Literature 12 (1986): 3-12.

"Lawrence Durrell." Contemporary Literary Criticism 41 (1987): 132-40.
Notes: Collects extracts from criticism on Durrell's works.

Apostolescu, Roxana. "The Alexandria Quartet and The Bed of Procrustes." Romanian Review (Bucharest, Romania) 41.3 (1987): 82-85.

Brodkey, Linda. "Modernism and the Scene(s) of Writing." College English 49.4 (1987): 396-418.

Brown, Keith, and Martin Dodsworth. "Lawrence Durrell." British Writers: Supplement I: Graham Greene to Tom Stoppard. Gen. ed. Ian Scott-Kilvert. New York: Scribner, 1987. 104-10.
Notes: Page reference may be more extensive than listed, up to p. 121 or more. I have not secured a copy and citations are conflicting.

Cowell, Alan. "Alexandria Recovering Its Arab Soul." New York Times .14 November (1987): 7.

Dasenbrock, Reed Way. "Lawrence Durrell and the Modes of Modernism." Twentieth Century Literature 33.4 (1987): 515-27.

Elliott, George P. "The Other Side of the Story." Critical Essays on Lawrence Durrell. Ed. Alan Warren Friedman. Boston: G.K. Hall & Co., 1987. 117-21.
Notes: Reprinted from The Griffin (April 1960), 2-9.

Friedman, Alan Warren, Ed. Critical Essays on Lawrence Durrell. Critical Essays on British Literature. Boston: G.K. Hall & Co., 1987.

Godshalk, William Leigh. "Some Sources of Durrell's Alexandria Quartet." Critical Essays on Lawrence Durrell. Ed. Alan Warren Friedman. Boston: G.K. Hall & Co., 1987. 158-71.
Notes: Reprinted from Modern Fiction Studies 13.3 (1967), 361-367.

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

Kermode, Frank. "Durrell's Alexandria Quartet." Critical Essays on Lawrence Durrell. Ed. Alan Warren Friedman. Boston: G.K. Hall & Co., 1987. 110-16.
Notes: Reprint from Puzzles and Epiphanies. London: Routledge, 1962.

Manzalaoui, Mahmoud. "Curate's Egg: An Alexandrian Opinion of Durrell's Quartet." Critical Essays on Lawrence Durrell. Ed. Alan Warren Friedman. Boston: G.K. Hall & Co., 1987. 144-57.
Notes: Reprinted from : Etudes Anglaises 15.3 (1962), 248-260. Name is Mis-spelled as Manzaloui in the Friedman text.

Middleton, Christopher. "The Heraldic Universe." Critical Essays on Lawrence Durrell. Ed Alan Warren Friedman. Boston: G.K Hall & Co., 1987. 15-21.

Morrison, Ray. "Mirrors and the Heraldic Universe in Lawrence Durrell's The Alexandria Quartet." Twentieth Century Literature: A Scholarly and Critical Journal 33.4 (1987): 499-514.

Peirce, Carol. "'Wrinkled Deep in Time': The Alexandria Quartet As Many-Layered Palimpsest." Twentieth Century Literature: A Scholarly and Critical Journal 33.4 (1987): 485-98.

Rexroth, Kenneth. "Lawrence Durrell." Critical Essays on Lawrence Durrell. Ed. Alan Warren Friedman. Boston: G.K. Hall & Co., 1987. 15-30.

Stahl, Fa. "Physics As Metaphor and Vice-Versa." Leonardo 20.1 (1987): 57-64.

Trilling, Lionel. "The Quartet: Two Reviews." Critical Essays on Lawrence Durrell. Ed. Alan Warren Friedman. Boston: G.K. Hall & Co., 1987. 34-41.
Notes: from Mid-Century, 1959 & 1960.

Weatherhead, A. K. "Romantic Anachronism in The Alexandria Quartet." Critical Essays on Lawrence Durrell. Ed. Alan Warren Friedman. Boston: G.K. Hall & Co., 1987. 185-92.
Notes: Reprinted from Modern Fiction Studies 10.2 (1964), 128-136.

Durrell, Lawrence. The Alexandria Quartet. 1968. London: Faber and Faber, 1988.
Notes: Contains all four works of the Alexandria Quartet; Justine, Balthazar, Mountolive and Clea.

Fertile, Candace. "Love and Narrative in the Novels of Lawrence Durrell." Diss. University of Alberta.
Notes: Ann Arbor: UMI, 1989. 0564256. (DAI 49: 3032A)

Hall, Tessa F. "Lawrence Durrell's The Alexandria Quartet: Conflicting Metaphysics and the Escape From Alexandria." Diss. University of Oxford, 1988.
Notes: DAI No.: BRD-97255.

Hollahan, Eugene. "Who Wrote Mountolive? The Same One Who Wrote "Swann in Love"." Studies in the Novel 20.2 (1988): 167-85.

Kellman, Steven G. "The Reader In/Of The Alexandria Quartet." Studies in the Novel 20.1 (1988): 78-85.

Klironomos, Martha. "The Poetics and Politics of Consciousness: Durrell's Alexandria Quartet." Diss. McGill University, 1988.

Orfalea, Gregory. "Literary Devolution: The Arab in the Post-World War II Novel in English." Journal of Palestine Studies 17.2 (1988): 109-28.

Pine, Richard. The Dandy and the Herald: Manners, Mind and Morals From Brummell to Durrell. New York: St. Martin's, 1988.

Ritchie, Harry. Success Stories: Literature and the Media in England, 1950-1959. London: Faber & Faber, 1988.
Notes: See pages 198 and 214.

Rohan, Jean-Pierre de. "Lawrence Durrell." Book and Magazine Collector .47 (1988): 22-29.
Notes: 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.

Zahlan, Anne Ricketson. "City As Carnival, Narrative As Palimpsest: Lawrence Durrell's The Alexandria Quartet." Journal of Narrative Technique 18.1 (1988): 34-46.

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.
Notes: Durrell is mentioned throughout the book, with reference to the other authors under consideration, and The Alexandria Quartet is discussed in an independent chapter.

---. "The Novel As Palimpsest: The Alexandria Quartet by Lawrence Durrell." Form As Content and Rhetoric in the Modern Novel. Michael Boccia. New York: Peter Lang, 1989. 149-69.

Boone, Joseph A. "Mappings of Male Desire in Durrell's Alexandria Quartet." South Atlantic Quarterly 88.1 (1989): 73-106.

Boone, Joseph A. "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. Durham: Duke University Press, 1989. 73-106.
Notes: The entire volume is a reprint of South Atlantic Quarterly 88.1 (1989), in which this work originally appeared.

Brigham, James A. "The Uncommon Ground." Into the Labyrinth: Essays on the Art of Lawrence Durrell. Ed. Frank L. Kersnowski. Ann Arbor: UMI Research Press, 1989. 23-29.

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

Kaczvinsky, Donald P. "A Source for Durrell's Darley." Journal of Modern Literature 15.4 (1989): 592-94.

Kellman, Steven G. "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. Ann Arbor: UMI Research Press, 1989. 117-24.

Kersnowski, Frank L. "Durrell's Diplomats: Inertia Where Is Thy Sting?" Into the Labyrinth: Essays on the Art of Lawrence Durrell. Frank L. Kersnowski. Ann Arbor: UMI Research Press, 1989. 51-62.

Kostkowska, Justyna. "Physics and the "Alexandria Quartet" by Lawrence Durrell." Zagadnienia Rodzajow Literackich 32.2 (1989): 83-96.

Lemon, Lee T. "Durrell's Major Works: Classic Forms for Our Time." Into the Labyrinth: Essays on the Art of Lawrence Durrell. Ed. Frank L. Kersnowski. Ann Arbor: UMI Research Press, 1989. 151-62.

Peirce, Carol. "'One Other Gaudy Night': Lawrence Durrell's Elizabethan Quartet." Into the Labyrinth: Essays on the Art of Lawrence Durrell. Ed. Frank L. Kersnowski. Ann Arbor: UMI Research Press, 1989. 101-15.
Notes: Expansion of "A Lass Unparallel'd" Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Quarterly 7.5 (1984): 173-182.

Phillips-Peckosh, Claire Ellen. "Gender and Determinancy in the Space-Time Continuum: A Study of Lawrence Durrell's The Alexandria Quartet." thes. North East Missouri State University, 1989.
Notes: 1338351

Robillard, Douglas Jr. "The Alchemist of The Alexandria Quartet." Cauda Pavonis: The Hermetic Text Society Newsletter 8.2 (1989): 7-9.

Robinson, Jeremy. "Love, Culture, and Poetry." Into the Labyrinth: Essays on the Art of Lawrence Durrell. Ed. Frank L. Kersnowksi. Ann Arbor: UMI Research Press, 1989. 141-50.

Smith, Romayne Chaloner. "The Shape of the Fluid in Lawrence Durrell's The Alexandria Quartet." MA Thesis. University of Western Ontario.

Alexander, Marguerite. "Desire." Flights From Realism: Themes and Strategies in Postmodernist British and American Fiction. Marguerite Alexander. London: Edward Arnold-Hodder & Stroughton, 1990. 64-82.
Notes: Durrell's Alexandria Quartet is discussed in contrast to Nabokov's Lolita and Lehmann's Echoing Grove.

Alexandre-Garner, Corinne. "The Triangle of Love, Incest, and Writing." On Miracle Ground: Essays on the Fiction of Lawrence Durrell. Ed Michael H. Begnal. Lewisburg: Bucknell University Press, 1990. 52-62.

Boone, Joseph A. "Mappings of Male Desire in Durrell's Alexandria Quartet." Out of Bounds: Male Writers and Gender(Ed) Criticism. Eds. Laura Claridge and Elizabeth Langland. Amherst: University of Massaschusetts Press, 1990. 316-44.
Notes: Reprint of same title, South Atlantic Quarterly 88.1 (1989), 73-106.

Briganti, Chiara. "Lawrence Durrell and the Vanishing Author." On Miracle Ground: Essays on the Fiction of Lawrence Durrell. Ed Michael H. Begnal. Lewisburg: Bucknell University Press, 1990. 41-51.

Durand Annick Andreee. "Persistence Of Literary Cliches: North Africa In Contemporary Literature." Diss. New York University.

Hollahan, Eugene. "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. Lewisburg: Bucknell University Press, 1990. 113-32.

Manzalaoui, Mahmoud. "Mouths of the Sevenfold Nile: Modern Egypt in English Fiction." Studies in Arab History: The Antonius Lectures, 1978-87. Ed. Derek Hopwood. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1990. 131-50.

Nichols, James R. "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. Lewisburg: Bucknell University Press, 1990. 179-86.

Peirce, Carol. "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. Lewisburg: Bucknell University Press, 1990. 79-92.

Robinson, Jeremy. Love, Culture & Poetry: A Study of Lawrence Durrell. Kidderminster, Worcester, England: Crescent Moon, 1990.
Notes: An extended version of an essay originally appearing in Into the Labyrinth: Essays on the Art of Lawrence Durrell. Rather rough bookmaking.

Rook, Robin. Lawrence Durrell's Double Concerto. Birmingham, England: Delos Press, 1990.

Woods, David M. "Love and Meaning in The Alexandria Quartet: Some Tantric Perspectives." On Miracle Ground: Essays on the Fiction of Lawrence Durrell. Ed. Michael H. Begnal. Lewisburg: Bucknell University Press, 1990. 93-112.

Bowen, Roger. "Closing the "Toybox": Orientalism and Empire in the Alexandria Quartet." Studies In The Literary Imagination 24.1 (1991): 9-18.

Douglas, J. Yellowlees. "Understanding the Act of Reading: the WOE Beginners' Guide to Dissection." Writing on the Edge: A Journal About Writing and Teaching Writing 2.2 (1991): 112-26.
Notes: Online: http://www.newmediareader.com/cd_samples/WOE/Douglas_Guide.html

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

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

Kaczvinsky, Donald P. "When Was Darley in Alexandria? A Chronology for The Alexandria Quartet." Journal of Modern Literature 17.4 (1991): 591-94.

Massoud, Mary. "Mahfuz's Miramar: A Foil to Durrell's Quartet." Images of Egypt in Twentieth Century Literature. Ed. Hoda Gindi. Cairo: University of Cairo, Department of English Language & Literature, Faculty of Arts, 1991. 91-101.

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.

Olin-Ammentorp, Warren Lee. "The Epinovel: A Study Of Modern British Fiction In Forms Longer Than The Novel." Diss. University of Michigan.

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.
Notes: DAI No.: DA9102636.

Peirce, Carol. "The Alexandria Quartet." Reference Guide to English Literature. Ed. D. L. Kirkpatrick. 2nd ed. Vol. 3. Chicago: St. James, 1991. 1452-53.

---. "'Rhythms of Memory' Discovery of Lawrence Durrell." Passager 5 (1991): 8-13.

Peltzer, Federico. "Lawrence Durrell, Nostalgia De Su Cuarteto." Suplemento Literario La Nacion (Buenos Aires) .31 May (1991): 6.

Reibling, Christopher Robert. "In the Stud Book and Everything: Femme Fatality and the Word in Twentieth Century Anglo-American Fiction." Diss. York University, 1991.

Takamatsu, Yuichi. "Monogatari Sakusha Dareru No Jikken." Eigo Seinen 136.12 (1991): 616-17.

Ernst, U. "The Experimental Novel and Its Types in Contemporary European and American Literature." Aracadia-Zeitschrift Fur VergleichendeLiteraturwissenschaft 27.3 (1992): 225-320.

Kaufman, Barbara A. "In Pursuit of Aesthetic Research Provocations." The Qualitative Report 1.4 (1992): n.pag.
Notes: Online: http://www.nova.edu/ssss/QR/QR1-4/kaufman.html

Lemon, Lee T. "The Imagination of Reality: The Reality of Imagination." Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 1 (1992): 37-44.

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.

Lund, Mark F. "Sackcloth to Cloth-of-Gold: Durrell's Alchemical Quartet." Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 1 (1992): 45-56.

Nambiar, C. Ravindran. "The Resonance of India in the Novels of Durrell." Literary Criterion 27.1-2 (1992): 43-49.

Pharand, Michel W. "Eros Agonistes: The Decay of Loving in The Alexandria Quartet." Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 1 (1992): 61-71.

Savinel, Christine. "Postface: « Le Quatuor D'Alexandrie », Masque Et Rhapsodie." Le Quatuor D'Alexandrie. Lawrence Durrell. Paris: La Pochothèque, 1992. 1007-26.

Volkoff, Vladimir. "Préface." Le Quatuor D'Alexandrie. Lawrence Durrell. Paris: La Pochothèque, 1992. 5-14.

Alexandre-Garner, Corinne. "Cities of Memory, Writing of Oblivion - A Journey Through the Works of Durrell, Lawrence." Etudes Anglaises 46.3 (1993): 301-12.

Alexandre-Garner, Corinne. "Villes De La Mémoire, Écriture De L'Oubli: Voyage a Travers L'Oeuvre De Lawrence Durrell." Études Anglaises 46.3 (1993): 301-12.

Bratcher, Joe Warlick III. "An Alexandrian Trio: Three Anti-Foundational Readings of Lawrence Durrell's 'Alexandria Quartet'." Diss. University of Texas, Austin, 1993.

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 . Victoria, BC: University of Victoria, 1993. 50-60.

Godshalk, William Leigh. "Balthazar: A Comedy of Surrogation." Selected Essays on the Humor of Lawrence Durrell. Eds. Betsy Nichols, Frank Kersnowski, and James Nichols. Victoria, BC: University of Victoria Press, 1993. 81-91.

Honor, Mary. "Larry - Our Friend." Library Research News ns 3.2 (1993): 1-2.

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. Victoria: University of Victoria Press, 1993. 92-101.

Peirce, Carol. "Durrell's Festive Comedy: 'Very Reverent Sport'." Essays on the Humor of Lawrence Durrell. Eds. Betsy Nichols, Frank L. Kersnowski, and James R. Nichols. Victoria, BC: University of Victoria Press, 1993. 22-40.

---. "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.

Raper, Julius Rowan. "Lawrence Durrell's Balthazar (1958): Breaking the Modernist Mold." Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 2 (1993): 69-84.

Vipond, Dianne L. "Lawrence Durrell's Alexandria Quartet: The Missing Link to Postmodernism." Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 2 (1993): 54-68.

Ashworth, Ann. "Anima and Individuation Issues in The Alexandria Quartet." Journal of Evolutionary Psychology 15.3-4 (1994): 244-48.

Beard, Pauline Winsome. "The Usufruct of Time in Lawrence Durrell's Alexandria Quartet." Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 3 (1994): 75-97.
Notes: Appears in an extended form in Beard's A Riddling Thing. London: International Scholars Press, 1996.

Borgmann, Elmar-Laurent. Das Schwierige Ganze: Postmoderne Züge in Lawrence Durrells The Alexandria Quartet (Arbeiten Zur Ästhetik, Didaktik, Literatur Und Sprachwissenschaft). New York: Peter Lang, 1994.

Lorenz, Paul H. "Melissa: From Conon the Philosopher to the Banker Affad and Beyond." Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 3 (1994): 60-74.

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.

Boone, Joseph A. "Vacation Cruises; Or, the Homoerotics of Orientalism." PMLA: Publications of the Modern Language Association of America 110.1 (1995): 89-107.

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. Columbia: University of Missouri Press, 1995. 82-97.

Friedman, Alan Warren. "Fictional Death and the Modernist Enterprise." Fictional Death and the Modernist Enterprise. Alan Warren Friedman. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1995. 5-30.

---. "Late Modernism: Lawrence Durrell." Fictional Death and the Modernist Enterprise. Alan Warren Friedman. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1995. 250-65.

Kaufman, Barbara A. "Training Tales in Family Therapy: Exploring the Alexandria Quartet." The Journal of Marital and Family Therapy 21.1 (1995): 67-66.

Lemon, Lee T. "Durrell, Derrida, and the Heraldic Universe." Lawrence Durrell: Comprehending the Whole. Eds Julius Rowan Raper, Melody L. Enscore, and Paige Matthey Bynum. Columbia: University of Missouri Press, 1995. 62-69.

Peirce, Carol. "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. Columbia: University of Missouri Press, 1995. 70-81.

Raper, Julius Rowan, Melody L. Enscore, and Paige Matthey Bynum, Eds. Lawrence Durrell: Comprehending the Whole. Columbia: University of Missouri Press, 1995.

Robinson, Jeremy. Lawrence Durrell: Between Love and Death, Between East and West. Kidderminster, Worcester, England: Crescent Moon, 1995.

Rook, Robin. At the Foot of the Acropolis: A Study of Lawrence Durrell's Novels. Birmingham, England: The Delos Press, 1995.

Sanchez-Garcia, Jesus M. "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 16.189-213 (1995): 231-32.

Smith, Rowland. "Service in Exile: Poets Abroad in Wartime." The Dalhousie Review 75.1 (1995): 81-97.
Notes: 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.

Westphal, B. "Alexandrian Papyrus - Literary Perceptions of Alexandria in the 20th-Century." Critique 51.582 (1995): 866-84.

Lewis, Nancy W. "Lawrence Durrell and Olivia Manning: Egypt, War, and Displacement." Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 4 (1995-1996): 97-104.

Sobhy, Soad Hussein. "The Fabulator's Perspective on Egypt in The Alexandria Quartet." Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 4 (1995-1996): 85-96.

Swedan, Nahla. "Time and Structure in The Alexandria Quartet: Einstein and Narrative Perspective." Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 4 (1995-1996): 73-84.

Alexandre-Garner, Corinne. "Durrell: La Clôture Impossible?" Etudes Britanniques Contemporaines 10 (1996): 83-98.

Beard, Pauline Winsome. "The Usufruct of Time in The Alexandria Quartet." A Riddling Thing: A Study of Time in Five Twentieth Century Novels. Pauline Winsome Beard. London: International Scholars Publications, 1996. 65-109.
Notes: Differs significantly from the earlier publication in Deus Loci NS 3 (1994): 75-97.

Carruthers, Virginia Kirby-Smith, Ed. On Miracle Ground VII Abstracts. Baltimore: University of Baltimore, 1996.
Notes: Collects the abstracts of On Miracle Ground VII, International Lawrence Durrell Conference, July 1-4, 1992, Avignon, France.

Hughes, Sean. "Justine and The Great Gatsby: Two N-Dimensional Novels." S B Academic Review: A Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies and Research 5.1 (1996): 27-36.
Notes: The journal is published for The Centre for Research, S B College, Changanassery, Kerala 686 101, India.

Ikonomou-Agorasou, Ioanna. "Alexandria: Drei Schriftsteller-Drei Bilder?" Neohelicon: Acta Comparationis Litterarum Universarum (Budapest) 23.2 (1996): 167-78.

Peirce, Carol. "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. Nepean, Ontario: Borealis Press, 1996. 34-47.
Notes: Essay based on a paper from the Fifth International D.H. Lawrence Conference held at the University of Ottawa, Canada, June 24-28, 1993.

---. "'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. Huntington Woods, Michigan: Sky Blue Press, 1996. 311-19.

Seigneurie, Kenneth Eric. "Space and the Colonial Encounter in Lawrence Durrell, Out El-Kouloub and Naguib Mahfouz (Egypt)." Diss. University of Michigan, 1996.
Notes: DAI: DA9610235

Veldeman, Marie-Christine. "A Reading of Lawrence Durrell's Avignon Quintet." S B Academic Review: A Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies and Research 5.1 (1996): 19-26.
Notes: The journal is published for The Centre for Research, S B College, Changanassery, Kerala 686 101, India.

Ashworth, Ann. "Alexandria and Her Goddesses: '... She Verges on the Goddess'." Journal of Evolutionary Psychology 18.1-2 (1997): 15-19.

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

Escobar, Matthew. "Les Rapports De Force Entre Créateur Et Création Chez Lawrence Durrell Et Miguel De Unamuno." Thes. Université Paris III - Sorbonne Nouvelle, 1997.

Gwynne, Rosalind. "Islam and Muslims in The Alexandria Quartet." Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 5 (1997): 90-102.

Kaczvinsky, Donald P. Lawrence Durrell's Major Novels, or The Kingdom of the Imagination. London: Associated University Presses, 1997.

Lorenz, Paul H. "The Alexandria Quartet in Family Therapy." Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 5 (1997): 210.

Maynard, John. "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.

Rose, John M. "Durrell and Plotinus: Mapping the City, Mapping Life." Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 5 (1997): 75-89.

Toth, Tibor. "And the Pool Was Filled (Again) With Water Out of Sunlight." AnaChronist 19-21 (1997): 113-31.

Alexandre-Garner, Corinne. "En Guise De Conclusion... De La Naissance De L'Écriture â La Bibliotheque Disparue." Lawrence Durrell: Actes Du Colloque Pour L'Inauguration De La Bibliothèque Durrell. Ed. Corinne Alexandre-Garner. Nanterre, France: Université Paris-X, 1998. 277-86.

---, Ed. Lawrence Durrell: Actes Du Colloque Pour L'Inauguration De La Bibliothèque Durrell. Confluences 15. Nanterre, France: Université Paris-X, 1998.

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. Nanterre, France: Université Paris-X, 1998. 51-57.

Boone, Joseph A. "Fifties Writing Gone Mad." Libidinal Currents: Sexuality and the Shaping of Modernism. Joseph A. Boone. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1998. 353-64.

---. "Lawrence Durrell, Alexandria Quartet: Homoerotic Negotiations in Colonial Narrative." Libidinal Currents: Sexuality and the Shaping of Modernism. Joseph A. Boone. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1998. 364-88.

Brigham, James. "An Intruder From The East." Lawrence Durrell: Actes Du Colloque Pour L'Inauguration De La Bibliothèque Durrell. Ed. Corinne Alexandre-Garner. Nanterre, France: Université Paris-X, 1998. 91-99.

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.

Butov, Mikhail. "'Vselennaia Podtolknula Menia Loktem v Bok!'." Novyi Mir: Literaturno Khudozhestvennyi i Obschchestvenno Politicheskii Zhurnal (Russia) 5.877 (1998): 198-207.
Notes: In Russian: "Modern epic novel as a genre (The reception of Lawrence Durrell's works in Russia)"

Escobar, Matthew. "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. Nanterre, France: Université Paris-X, 1998. 167-78.

Gallup, Donald C. "Collecting Lawrence Durrell 1955-1986." What Mad Pursuits! More Memories of a Yale Librarian. Donald C. Gallup. New Haven: Yale University, 1998. 110-15.
Notes: Mistakenly lists Durrell's death as before 1988.

Gascoyne, David. "Lawrence Durrell." Selected Prose 1934-1996. David Gascoyne. London: Enitharmon Press, 1998. 270-73.
Notes: Originally published as an obituary in The Independent 19 November 1990.

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. Amman: Jordan University Press, 1998. 1-13.
Notes: 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.

Green, Peter. "A Small Blond Firework: The Fertile Limitations of Lawrence Durrell." New Republic 219.14 September (1998): 55-56, 58-60.
Notes: 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.

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

Hassoun, Jacques. "Rêver Idéologiquement D'Alexandrie." Lawrence Durrell: Actes Du Colloque Pour L'Inauguration De La Bibliothèque Durrell. Ed. Corinne Alexandre-Garner. Nanterre, France: Université Paris-X, 1998. 51-57.

Hawthorne, Mark D. "The Alexandria Quartet: The Homosexual As Teacher/Guide." Twentieth Century Literature 44.3 (1998): 328-48.

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. Nanterre, France: Université Paris-X, 1998. 73-89.

Keeley, Edmund. "Miller, Durrell, and Their Greek Friends, 1939-1947." Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 6 (1998): 133-57.
Notes: Contains material published in Keeley's Inventing Paradise: The Greek Journey 1937-47. New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1999.

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. Nanterre, France: Université Paris-X, 1998. 223-42.

Lorenz, Paul H. "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. Nanterre, France: Université Paris-X, 1998. 155-64.

Lund, Mark. "Query, What's Been Made of Virginian Woolf?" Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 6 (1998): 240-41.

Peirce, Carol. "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. Nanterre, France: Université Paris-X, 1998. 125-41.

Pine, Richard. "The 'Aquarians'." Lawrence Durrell: Actes Du Colloque Pour L'Inauguration De La Bibliothèque Durrell. Ed. Corinne Alexandre-Garner. Nanterre, France: Université Paris-X, 1998. 61-69.

Rashidi, Linda Stump. "Durrell As Magical Realist." Lawrence Durrell: Actes Du Colloque Pour L'Inauguration De La Bibliothèque Durrell. Ed. Corinne Alexandre-Garner. Nanterre, France: Université Paris-X, 1998. 117-23.

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.

Sligh, Charles L. "Reading the Divergent Weave: A Note and Some Speculations on Durrell and Cortazar." Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 6 (1998): 118-32.

Sobhy, Soad Hussein. "Alexandria As Groddeck's It." Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 6 (1998): 26-39.
Notes: Preceded by posthumous tributes to the author by Dr. Zeinab Raafat and Dr. Aleya Said.

Sobhy, Soad Hussein. "Lawrence Durrell's Heraldic Universe." Gombak Review: A Biannual Publication of Creative Writing and Critical Comment 3.1 (1998): 1-18.

Stoneback, H. R. "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. Nanterre, France: Université Paris-X, 1998. 263-76.

Abdel-Al, Nabil. "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 4.1 (1999): 32-45.

Brann, Eva. "Tapestry With Images: Paul Scott's Raj Novels." Philosophy and Literature 23.1 (1999): 181-96.

Cain, Sarah. "The Metaphorical Field: Post-Newtonian Physics and Modernist Literature." Cambridge Quarterly 28.1 (1999): 46-64.
Notes: Prize essay for 1998 -- best dissertation submitted for the final Cambridge University English honours examination.

Gifford, James. "Reading Orientalism and the Crisis of Epistemology in the Novels of Lawrence Durrell." CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture: A WWWeb Journal 1.2 (1999): no pagination.
Notes: Electronic publication. See <http://clcwebjournal.lib.purdue.edu/>.

Kaczvinsky, Donald P. "The Kingdom of the Imagination: A Study of the Major Novels Of Lawrence Durrell." Diss. Pennsylvania State University.

Khattab, Abdul Qader Abdullah. "Encountering the Non-Western Other in Lawrence Durrell's The Alexandria Quartet." Diss. Ohio University, 1999.
Notes: DAI No.: DA9923667.

Peirce, Carol. "'Past the Size of Dreaming': The Alexandria Quartet Then and Now." CEAMagazine: A Journal of the College English Association 12 (1999): 49-59.

Zahlan, Anne Ricketson. "Crossing the Border: Lawrence Durrell's Alexandrian Conversion to Postmodernism." South Atlantic Review 64.4 (1999): 89-99.

Awad, Mohamed F. "The House Revisited, The City Remembered." Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 7 (1999-2000): 39-44.

Foran, Kathleen. "Scobie As Tarot Charioteer." Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 7 (1999-2000): 209-10.

Raper, Julius Rowan. "Durrell's Justine and Fowles's The Collector As Late Modernist Novels: Why the Postmodern?" Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 7 (1999-2000): 70-92.

Steinberg, Theodore L. "Lawrence Durrell's Postmodern Epic." Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal NS 7 (1999-2000): 58-69.

Bowen, Roger. "'Squalid With Joy': Scobie, Sex, and Race in Lawrence Durrell's Alexandria Quartet." Literature and Homosexuality. Ed. Michael J. Meyer. Amsterdam, Netherlands: Rodopi, 2000. 55-69.

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.
Notes: BL: DXN05093

Gifford, James. "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.

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 74.1 (2000): 55-74.

Young, Susan Helen Elizabeth. "Quantum Fiction: Relativity and Postmodernism in Lawrence Durrell's 'The Alexandria Quartet'." Diss. City University of New York, 2000.
Notes: DAI No.: DA9959244

Badsha, Abdulla K. "Durrell's Heraldic Universe and the 'Alexandria Quartet': A Subaltern View." Diss. University Of Wisconsin - Madison, 2001.
Notes: DAI: AAT 3012559. ISBN: 0-493-23273-7

Boone, Joseph. "Vacation Cruises; or, The Homoerotics of Orientalism." Postcolonial Queer: Theoretical Intersections. Ed. John C. Hawley. New York: State University of New York Press, 2001. 43-78.

Papayanis, Marilyn L. "From the Metropolis to the Margins: The Ethics of Expatriation From Lawrence to Ondaatje." Diss. Rutgers, 2001.
Notes: Durrell, with D.H. Lawrence and Paul Bowles, is identifiied a s key focus. ISBN: 0-493-56755-0 DAI: 63/02

Rodenbeck, John. "Alexandria in Cavafy, Durrell, and Tsirkas." Alif: Journal of Comparative Poetics (2001): 141-62.

Fure, Jessica. "The White Rabbit's Guide to the Quartet: Alexandria Through the Looking-Glass." Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal ns 8 (2001-2002): 102-08.

Hirst, Anthony. "'The Old Poet of the City': Cavafy in Darley's Alexandria." Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal ns 8 (2001-2002): 69-94.

Peters, John U. "The Incense of Homage." Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal ns 8 (2001-2002): 58-68.

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 (2001-2002): 109-23.

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 (2001-2002): 95-101.

Zahlan, Anne R. "Rhodes, Ruskin, and the Myth of Empire: Imperial Intertextuality in Durrell's Mountolive." Deus Loci: The Lawrence Durrell Journal ns 8 (2001-2002): 226-30.

Gifford, James. "Reevaluating Postcolonial Theory in Lawrence Durrell's Alexandria Quartet ."Online. 2001. n.pag.
Notes: Text of: Gifford, James. "Reevaluating Postcolonial Theory in Lawrence Durrell's Alexandria Quartet" Literary Studies and Global Culture. University of Victoria, Department of English. 16-17 Mar. 2001. See: <http://www.ualberta.ca/~gifford/textsvictoria.htm>.

Alexandre-Garner, Corinne. "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 11.2 (2002): 197-210.

---, Ed. Lawrence Durrell Revisited : Lawrence Durrell Revisité. Confluences 21. Nanterre, France: Université Paris X, 2002.

Christensen, Peter. "Lawrence Durrell, Travel Writer, Heir of Stendhal." In-Between: Essays and Studies in Literary Criticism 11.2 (2002): 263-76.

Dahlgren, Marta. "The Alexandria Quartet: Durrell's Narrator's and the Space-Time Continuum." Lawrence Durrell Revisited : Lawrence Durrell Revisité. Ed. Corinne Alexandre-Garner. Nanterre, France: Université Paris X, 2002. 73-93.

Fietz, Lothar. "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 .2 (2002): 65-102.

Francis, Pamela. "'This Betraying Landscape': Shrinking Colonial Space in Durrell's Mountolive." In-Between: Essays and Studies in Literary Criticism 11.2 (2002): 277-91.

Keller, Isabelle. "Between Eastern and Western History: 'Our Here and Now Become Your Everywhere'." In-Between: Essays and Studies in Literary Criticism 11.2 (2002): 211-22.

---. "A Portrait of Durrellian Cities: The Anamorphic Blurring of Cityscapes." Lawrence Durrell Revisited : Lawrence Durrell Revisité. Ed. Corinne Alexandre-Garner. Nanterre, France: Université Paris X, 2002. 133-54.
Notes: Mistakenly listed as beginning on page 135 in the table of contents.

Lorenz, Paul H. "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. Nanterre, France: Université Paris X, 2002. 39-52.

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. Nanterre, France: Université Paris X, 2002. 203-23.

Pine, Richard. "Nostos: The Durrells and Corfu." The Anglo-Hellenic Review 26 (2002): 3-5.

Rashidi, Linda Stump. "Beyond Mere Words: Duality, Reality, and Linguistic Structure in Balthazar." Lawrence Durrell Revisited : Lawrence Durrell Revisité. Ed. Corinne Alexandre-Garner. Nanterre, France: Université Paris X, 2002. 95-118.

Rodenbeck, John. "Literary Alexandria." Massachusetts Review 42.4 (2002): 524-72.

Roessel, David. In Byron's Shadow: Modern Greece in English & American Literature From 1770 to 1967. New York: Oxford University Press, 2002.
Notes: Durrell is discussed most extensively in the Introduction and Conclusion.

Skordili, Beatrice. "The Case of the Missing Green Fingerstall: Durrell's Quasi-Relativistic Poetics." Lawrence Durrell Revisited : Lawrence Durrell Revisité. Ed. Corinne Alexandre-Garner. Nanterre, France: Université Paris X, 2002. 155-66.

---. "Two Optical Apparatuses in The Alexandria Quartet." In-Between: Essays and Studies in Literary Criticism 11.2 (2002): 223-40.

Zivley, Sherry Lutz. "A Quartet That Is a Quartet: Lawrence Durrell's Alexandria Quartet." Literature and Music. Ed. Michael J. Meyer. Amsterdam: Rodopi, 2002. 135-44.

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 52.202 (2003): 37-52.

Bolton, Matthew. "'Spellbound by the Image': A Reflective Response to Lawrence Durrell's Alexandria Quartet." Agora: An Online Graduate Journal 3.1 (2004): 1-9.
Notes: Online http://www.humanities.ualberta.ca/agora/Articles.cfm?ArticleNo=213

Diboll, Mike. "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. London: Associated University Presses, 2004. 79-105.

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. Aldershot: Ashgate Publishing Ltd., 2004. 263-85.

Gifford, James. "Noses in The Alexandria Quartet." Notes on Contemporary Literature 34.1 (2004): 2-4.
Notes: Provides evidence of source materials in Groddeck for Semira's nose in the Quartet.

Hirst, Anthony. ""The Old Poet of the City": Cavafy in Darley's Alexandria." Lawrence Durrell and the Greek World. Ed. Anna Lillios. London: Associated University Presses, 2004. 106-19.

Hirst, Anthony, and Michael Silk, Eds. Alexandria: Real and Imagined. Aldershot: Ashgate Publishing Ltd., 2004.
Notes: Contains several references to Durrell in four chapters

Kararah, Azza. "Egyptian Literary Images of Alexandria." Alexandria: Real and Imagined. Eds. Anthony Hirst and Michael Silk. Aldershot: Ashgate Publishing Ltd., 2004. 307-21.

Lillios, Anna. "The Alexandrian Mirages of Durrell and Cavafy." Lawrence Durrell and the Greek World. Ed. Anna Lillios. London: Associated University Presses, 2004. 120-28.

---, Ed. Lawrence Durrell and the Greek World. London: Associated University Presses, 2004.

Mabro, Robert. "Alexandria 1860-1960: The Cosmopolitan Identity." Alexandria: Real and Imagined. Eds. Anthony Hirst and Michael Silk. Aldershot: Ashgate Publishing Ltd., 2004. 247-62.

Quinn, Patrick. ""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. London: Associated University Presses, 2004. 270-84.

Roessel, David. "A Passage Through Alexandria: The City in the Writing of Durrell and Forster." Alexandria: Real and Imagined. Eds. Anthony Hirst and Michael Silk. Aldershot: Ashgate Publishing Ltd., 2004. 323-35.

Rose, John M. "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. London: Associated University Presses, 2004. 215-38.

Skordili, Beatrice. "The Author and the Demiurge: Gnostic Dualism in The Alexandria Quartet." Agora: An Online Graduate Journal 3.1 (2004)): 1-21.
Notes: Online http://www.humanities.ualberta.ca/agora/images/214.htm

Stewart, Jack. "Soundscapes, Smellscapes, and Cityscapes in The Alexandria Quartet." Lawrence Durrell and the Greek World. Ed. Anna Lillios. London: Associated University Presses, 2004. 129-44.


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