• Justine (unabridged)

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Nicholas Boulton brings us Justine, Balthazar, Mountolive and Clea, Lawrence Durrell’s atmospheric and poetic tetralogy of novels, together known as The Alexandria Quartet. Set in the sensuous, hot environment of Alexandria around the Second World War, it is known for its hypnotic and vivid prose, and its compelling take on modern love. It is undoubtedly one of the greatest works of the 20th century.

We also have Man and Wife by Wilkie Collins and My Childhood by Maxim Gorky, two more captivating recordings by Nicholas Boulton, as well as Colonel Chabert, Balzac’s gripping novella about a soldier’s attempts to restore his identity after being presumed dead, read by the inimitable Bill Homewood.


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The NAB Blog: Lawrence Durrell: Different Perspectives in Alexandria
Justine (unabridged)

Recent releases from Naxos have included Nicholas Boulton’s splendid performance of Lawrence Durrell’s The Alexandria Quartet. The four books were commercially and critically celebrated on their release (between 1957 and 1960) and collectively remain the author’s most well-known work. The …


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