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A ‘Mirrored Image’ : Reflection and Retrospection  in Lawrence Durrell’s Justine

Dr. P. Meena Grace

Assistant Professor, Dept. of English & Humanities

Anil Neerukonda Institute of Technology and Sciences ( ANITS)

Sangivalasa, Bheemunipatnam Mandal,

Visakhapatnam District-531 162

email : meenagrace.english@anits.edu.in

 

Abstract

 

The opening novel of Lawrence Durrell’s Alexandria Quartet—Justine

one of the most celebrated and original works of fiction to have

come out of postwar Europe—turned 60 last month. To mark the

event, Culture Trip’s UK literary editor Simon Lesser revisits

this ”investigation of modern love” (as the author described it), a rich

evocation of the Egyptian city and a master class of virtuosic language.

journal of english

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