Under the Volcano

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Reynal & Hitchcock, 1947 - Cuernavaca (Mexico) - 373 pages
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Typescript edited by Albert Erskine who worked with Lowry during the summer of 1946 to prepare the manuscript for publication.

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Terrifying and vivid imagery. - Goodreads
The story is tragic: the writing is utterly exquisite. - Goodreads
Hugh Kenner has graphics. - Goodreads
Lowry's writing is acute. - Goodreads

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Under the Volcano by Malcolm Lowry is an incredible, insightful portrait of alcoholism. Set in Mexico during "The Day of the Dead," Volcano tells the story of the alcoholic former British Consul to ... Read full review

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Survives and yes even thrives despite referring during its horrific/ heartbreaking final chapter to someone "pharting"...Meanwhile there are good verbose books and bad verbose books and the difference ... Read full review

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