LAWRENCE DURRELL: A Checklist, compiled by R. A. Potter and B. Whiting; Los Angeles (1961).
LAWRENCE DURRELL: A Study, by G. S. Fraser (1968) contains a bibliography by A. G. Thomas which includes books, translations, prefaces and miscellaneous articles by and about Durrell, as well as lists of recordings and television appearances.
SELECTED POEMS (1956) an enlarged paperback edition was issued in 1964 as Selected Poems, 1953-63
COLLECTED POEMS (1960).
THE ALEXANDRIA QUARTET: Justine, Balthazar, Mountolive, Clea (1962). Fiction the four novels in one volume, with numerous revisions in the text and a new Preface.
TEN POEMS (1932).
BALLADE OF SLOW DECAY (1932).
TRANSITION (1934). Poems
PIED PIPER OF LOVERS (1935). Fiction
PANIC SPRING (1937). Fiction published under the pseudonym Charles Norden.
THE BLACK BOOK; Paris (1938). Fiction
A PRIVATE COUNTRY (1943). Poems
PROSPERO'S CELL: A Guide to the Landscape and Manners of the Island of Corcyra (1945).
ZERO, AND ASYLUM IN THE SNOW: Two Excursions into Reality; privately printed, Rhodes (1946).
CITIES, PLAINS AND PEOPLE (1946). Poems
CEFALU (1947). Fiction republished in 1958, with minor revisions, as Tat Dark Labyrinth.
ON SEEMING T0 PRESUME (1948). Poems
SAPPHO: a Play in Verse (1950).
DEUS LOCI: a Poem; Ischia (1950).
KEY TO MODERN POETRY (1952). Criticism
REFLECTIONS ON A MARINE VENUS: A Companion to the Landscape of Rhodes (1953).
THE TREE OF IDLENESS, and other poems (1955).
PRIVATE DRAFTS; privately printed, Nicosia (1955). Poems
SELECTED POEMS (1956) an enlarged paperback edition was issued in 1904 as Selected Poems, 1953-63
BITTER LEMONS (1957). Travel
ESPRIT DE CORPS: Sketches from Diplomatic Life (1957). Stories
JUSTINE (1957). Fiction
WHITE EAGLES OVER SERBIA (1957). Fiction
BALTHAZAR (1958). Fiction
MOUNTOLIVE (1958). Fiction
STIFF UPPER LIP: Life Among the Diplomats (1958). Stories illustrated by Nicolas Bendey.
ART AND OUTRAGE: A Correspondence about Henry Miller between Alfred Perles and Lawrence Durrell, with an intermission by Henry Over (1959)-
CLEA (1960). Fiction
BECCAFICO; Montpellier, Leghorn (1963).
LAWRENCE DURRELL HENRY MILLER: A Private Correspondence, ed. G. Wickes (1963). Literary and Philosophy correspondence
AN IRISH FAUSTUS: a Morality in Nine Scenes (1963). Verse Play
ACTE (1964). Verse Play
SAUVE QUI PEUT (1966). Stories
THE IKONS, and other poems (1966).
TUNC (1968). Fiction
SPIRIT OF PLACE: Letters and Essays on Travel, ed. A. G. Thomas (1969).
NUNQUAM (1970). Fiction a sequel to Tunc.
LEAVES IN THE STORM: a Book of Diaries, ed. S. Schimanski and H. Treece (1947 contains 'Athens in Spring (Katsimbalis and Durrell)' by Sir J. Wailer.
THE PENGUIN BOOK OF CONTEMPORARY VERSE, ed. K. Allott (1950) contains a biocritical sketch by the editor, introducing his selection from Durrelles poems.
MY FAMILY AND OTHER ANIMALS, by G. Durrell (1956) contains sketches by his brother of Lawrence Durrell as a young man in Corfu.
MY FRIEND LAWRENCE DURRELL, by A. Perles (196I).
THE WORLD OF LAWRENCE DURRELL, ed. H. T. Moore; Carbondale (1962).
LAWRENCE DURRELL, by J. Unterecker; New York (1964).
LAWRENCE DURRELL, by J. A. Weigel; New York (1965).
LAWRENCE DURRELL: A Study, by G. S. Fraser, with a bibliography by A G Thomas (1968).
Note: An unpublished dissertation entitled Lawrence Darrell: Time in 'The Alexandria Quartet', by Chan Soo Ping was submitted in 1969 to the Department of English in The University of Malaya for the degree of MA. This contains both the clearest elucidation of Durrell's space-time theories and the closest and most elegant structural analysis of The Alexandria Quartet yet written.
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