Lawrence Durrell on Rainer Maria Rilke’sThe Notebooks of Malte Laurids Brigge “Alle Uhren stehen” (All Clocks Stop or Time Stops).
Lawrence G. Durrell, age eighteen, passes his entrance exams on a first try and is admitted to King’s College, Cambridge.
Poetry editor RONY ALFANDARY writes: The 3rd Poetry section of C.20 finds us all in a lock-down, shying away from
Elizabeth Bowen: a Literary Life by Patricia Laurence Palgrave Macmillan, 2019 reviewed by Richard Pine It gives me no pleasure
A NEW DEPARTURE IN DURRELL STUDIES “Durrell Studies” series from the Durrell Library of Corfu and Cambridge Scholars Publishing Series
In issue 2 of C.20 we published an excerpt from Brewster Chamberlin’s Ursula’s Triumph – the fourth and final volume
David Green David continues his journey through the Greek islands. In Issue 2 he was in Cyprus, Rhodes and Santorini.
Ralph Berry I never saw a better job of rehabilitation than Caliban. In it, the stage catches at a symbolic
Frank Kersnowski As I remember, and lived, the 1950s were not nearly as dull as much of the fiction of
“A Fatal Resistance To Life In This World“ Frank Kersnowski Introduction Since I would be spending a sabbatical in Europe