An Artist's Confrontations with Selected Fictions of Love
artist, literature, fiction, love, Lawrence Durrell, Egypt
Art and Design | Arts and Humanities | Comparative Literature | Fiction
Lawrence Durrell's Alexandria Quartet consists of four novels: Justine, Balthazar, Mounolive, and Clea, generally concerned with the same characters, experiences, and events in and around Alexandria, Egypt. The author has designated one character, L.G. Darley as the writer-protagonist of three of the novels. Mountolive, the single exception, presents an omniscient author's view in which Darley is a minor, third person figure.
Hopp, J. (1967). An Artist's Confrontations with Selected Fictions of Love (Undergraduate honors thesis, University of Redlands). Retrieved from https://inspire.redlands.edu/cas_honors/845