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Prospero's Cell | [Lawrence Durrell]

Prospero's Cell

A guide to the landscape and manners of the island of Corfu. From acclaimed author Lawrence Durrell, this is both an insightful and evocative literary travelogue and a lyrical memoir of an enchanting island at a turning point in history.
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A guide to the landscape and manners of the island of Corfu.

From acclaimed author Lawrence Durrell, this is both an insightful and evocative literary travelogue and a lyrical memoir of an enchanting island at a turning point in history.

©2000 Lawrence Durrell (P)2013 AudioGO Ltd

What the Critics Say

"One of Lawrence Durrell's best books - indeed, in its gem-like miniature quality, among the best books ever written." (Freya Stark)

"This charming idyll depicts the country life and cosmopolitan society of Corfu in the years immediately before the war.... The matter of it is as sound as the story is delightful." (Sunday Times)

"Corfu, that Ionian island whose idyllic yet blood-stained history goes back the best part of a thousand years, could not have found a fitter chronicler than Mr Durrell. For he is a poet, with all a poet's sensibility, and a humanist to boot, with a keen eye for character and a scholar's reverence for antiquity." (Daily Telegraph)

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