The Black Book
Editore: Olympia Press
Durrell's third work, the original angry young novel, was
first published by his good friend and long-time correspondent
Henry Miller as the first title in the short-lived "Villa
Seurat" imprint of the Paris-based Obelisk Press.
Unpublishable by the more staid (and censored) presses
across the Channel, no work better captures the anguish
and death-consciousness of a Europe about to plunge, once
again, into cataclysmic war and destruction.
The Black Book first saw print in 1938.
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