Lawrence Durrell

Friday, April 26, 1985

Lloyd Moss speaks with the expatriate British novelist, essayist, poet and travel writer Lawrence Durrell. Durrell discusses his life on the Greek island of Corfu, and in Paris and India. He also speaks about his brief career as a piano player, as well as about his most famous written work, The Alexandria Quartet.

 

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