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    The Durrells of Corfu

    Author: Haag, Michael
    ISBN: 9781781257883
    Format: Paperback
    R179,00
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    Products specifications
    ISBN13 9781781257883
    Contributor Haag, Michael
    Edition Main
    Format Paperback
    Imprint Profile Books Ltd
    Publisher Profile Books Ltd
    Distributor Jonathan Ball Publishers SA
    Publication Date 20170126
    Author Biography Michael Haag knew Lawrence and Gerald Durrell (and met Margo), and is currently writing a biography of Lawrence for Yale University Press, which also published his Alexandria: City of Memory, a definitive study of Cavafy, Forster and Lawrence Durrell in the city. Haag has also written widely on the Egyptian, Classical and Medieval worlds and is the author of a dozen books including, for Profile, The Templars: History and Myth and The Quest for Mary Magdalene. Originally from New York City, he lives in London.
    Citations Praise for The Quest for Mary Magdalene [A] well-researched and page-turning history ... a narrative as clue-rich as a thriller. Sunday Times Praise for The Tragedy of the Templars: 'Haag is a romantic pluralist, with an instinctive taste for the esoteric, the independent and the defeated; and a corresponding distrust of victors and orthodoxies. TLS Praise for The Templars: History and Myth 'Here at long last is a history of the Knights Templar - and their secrets - that you can believe in. Scotsman
    Products specifications
    ISBN13 9781781257883
    Contributor Haag, Michael
    Edition Main
    Format Paperback
    Imprint Profile Books Ltd
    Publisher Profile Books Ltd
    Distributor Jonathan Ball Publishers SA
    Publication Date 20170126
    Author Biography Michael Haag knew Lawrence and Gerald Durrell (and met Margo), and is currently writing a biography of Lawrence for Yale University Press, which also published his Alexandria: City of Memory, a definitive study of Cavafy, Forster and Lawrence Durrell in the city. Haag has also written widely on the Egyptian, Classical and Medieval worlds and is the author of a dozen books including, for Profile, The Templars: History and Myth and The Quest for Mary Magdalene. Originally from New York City, he lives in London.
    Citations Praise for The Quest for Mary Magdalene [A] well-researched and page-turning history ... a narrative as clue-rich as a thriller. Sunday Times Praise for The Tragedy of the Templars: 'Haag is a romantic pluralist, with an instinctive taste for the esoteric, the independent and the defeated; and a corresponding distrust of victors and orthodoxies. TLS Praise for The Templars: History and Myth 'Here at long last is a history of the Knights Templar - and their secrets - that you can believe in. Scotsman