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Title: Letters of Malcolm Lowry and Gerald Noxon, 1940-1952.
Description: Vancouver [B.C.], Un.of British Columbia Press, 1988. orig. boards. 24x16cm, xv,163 pp. Edited and with an introduction by Paul Tiessen.. Minor rubbing. VG. dustwrapper. The eighty letters, cards and other messages in this correspondence- produces mainly by Lowry and Gerald Noxon but Margerie (Binner) Lowry, a certain "Canadian" Lowry... The letters observe the mind of Lowry at play on questions of literary technique, on films, and on the beauties and rigors of life in his Dollarton shck on an inlet near Vancouver. They reveal a warm, supportive, enormously sensitive and intelligent man, modifying somewhat the image of him now available. With their dramatization of Noxon's role in Lowry's writing career, the letters illuminate for the first time something of Lowry's method of actually solving the problems he encountered in re-writing "Under the Volcano" - Publisher's description.

Keywords: Literary History, Gerald Noxon, Malcolm Lowry, English Literature, Correspondence, , , , ,

Price: US$ 50.00 Seller: Expatriate Bookshop of Denmark
- Book number: BOOKS015251I

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