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  • Louis de Bernieres: Audible Sessions: FREE Exclusive Interview | Robin Morgan

    Louis de Bernieres: Audible Sessions: FREE Exclusive Interview

    • ORIGINAL (20 mins)
    • By Robin Morgan
    • Narrated By Louis de Bernieres
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    Louis de Bernières, the author of the 1994 best seller Captain Corelli's Mandolin, joins Robin Morgan in the Audible Studios to talk about his latest work, Blue Dog, which is available to download as an audiobook now from Audible. It's a young adult book with appeal for all ages.

  • Of Love and Desire | Louis de Bernières

    Of Love and Desire

    • UNABRIDGED (1 hr and 56 mins)
    • By Louis de Bernières
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    Of Love and Desire is a rich collection of love poems written over a lifetime, capturing its many forms: from rapture, infatuation and urgency to sorrow, heartache and disillusion. Poetry was de Bernières' first and greatest literary love, a passion evident in the musicality and emotion of his poems, which are full of stories and the truth of lived experience.

  • Imagining Alexandria | Louis de Bernières

    Imagining Alexandria

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    • By Louis de Bernières
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    Poetry was Louis de Bernières’ first literary love. Here the much-loved author returns us to the vivid Mediterranean landscape of his fiction. Introduced to Greek poetry while in Corfu in 1983, de Bernières’ own poems about the distant past, the erotic and the philosophical owe much to the influence of the great Alexandrian poet.

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