Durrell: The London Years.

Lawrence Durrell lived in London on and off for almost twelve years (1923 – 1935).  Thus Durrell’s London years mark out a period of residency longer in duration than any other in his life, excepting his time in Sommières (1957 – 1990).

Lawrence Durrell’s London: Fitzrovia, Soho, & Bloomsbury.

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  London House, Goodenough College, Mecklenburgh Square — Site of Durrell 2012: The Lawrence Durrell Centenary.

Howland Street — Lawrence Durrell’s flat (1931).

6 Fitzroy Square — Lawrence Durrell & George Wilkinson’s Flat (1931).

Bertorelli — Lawrence Durrell’s Flat (1931).

Fitzroy Tavern — Lawrence Durrell’s Pub.

  Slade School of Fine Art — Nancy Myer’s School.

  16 Grenville Street — Caduceus Press (1931 – 1934).

  Calthorpe Street — Nancy Myer’s Flat (1931).

  106 Guilford Street — Lawrence Durrell’s Flat (1932).

  Millman Street — Witch Photographic Studio (1933).

  Lamb’s Conduit — Lawrence & Nancy Durrell’s Flat (1933).

  24 Russell Square — Faber & Faber Offices.

  Reading Room — British Museum (1932).

  THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.

  6 Denmark Street — Gawsworth’s Flat (1932).

  Blue Peter Club — Lawrence Durrell’s Jazz Spot (1930+).

Lawrence Durrell’s London:  Southwark & Dulwich.

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  St. Olave’s & St. Saviour’s Grammar School — Lawrence Durrell’s School (1924-1926).

  Southwark Cathedral — Lawrence Durrell’s Refuge (1924-1926).

  Globe Theatre — Lawrence Durrell’s Wanderings (1924-1926).

  36 Hillsboro Road — Lawrence Durrell’s Lodging (1924).

  43 Alleyn Park Road — Durrell Family Home (1926-1929).

  Queens Hotel — Durrell Family Home (1929-1931).

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