Under the Volcano Malcolm Lowry

Under the Volcano

Author: Malcolm Lowry
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Book Title
Under the Volcano
Author
Malcolm Lowry
ISBN
9780061120152
Lowry's masterpiece. . . has a claim to being regarded as one of the ten most consequential works of fiction produced in the twentieth] century. -- Los Angeles TimesUnder the Volcano remains one of literature's most powerful and lyrical statements on the human condition, and a brilliant portrayal of one man's constant struggle against the elemental forces that threaten to destroy him.Geoffrey Firmin, a former British consul, has come to Quauhnahuac, Mexico. His debilitating malaise is drinking, an activity that has overshadowed his life. On the most fateful day of the consul's life--the Day of the Dead--his wife, Yvonne, arrives in Quauhnahuac, inspired by a vision of life together away from Mexico and the circumstances that have driven their relationship to the brink of collapse. She is determined to rescue Firmin and their failing marriage, but her mission is further complicated by the presence of Hugh, the consul's half brother, and Jacques, a childhood friend. The events of this one significant day unfold against an unforgettable backdrop of a Mexico at once magical and diabolical.Binding Type: PaperbackAuthor: Malcolm LowryPublisher: Harper PerennialPublished: 04/10/2007ISBN: 9780061120152Pages: 402Weight: 0.74lbsSize: 7.92h x 5.32w x 1.09d

Lowry's masterpiece. . . has a claim to being regarded as one of the ten most consequential works of fiction produced in the twentieth] century. -- Los Angeles Times

Under the Volcano remains one of literature's most powerful and lyrical statements on the human condition, and a brilliant portrayal of one man's constant struggle against the elemental forces that threaten to destroy him.

Geoffrey Firmin, a former British consul, has come to Quauhnahuac, Mexico. His debilitating malaise is drinking, an activity that has overshadowed his life. On the most fateful day of the consul's life--the Day of the Dead--his wife, Yvonne, arrives in Quauhnahuac, inspired by a vision of life together away from Mexico and the circumstances that have driven their relationship to the brink of collapse. She is determined to rescue Firmin and their failing marriage, but her mission is further complicated by the presence of Hugh, the consul's half brother, and Jacques, a childhood friend. The events of this one significant day unfold against an unforgettable backdrop of a Mexico at once magical and diabolical.



Binding Type: Paperback
Author: Malcolm Lowry
Publisher: Harper Perennial
Published: 04/10/2007
ISBN: 9780061120152
Pages: 402
Weight: 0.74lbs
Size: 7.92h x 5.32w x 1.09d

Lowry's masterpiece. . . has a claim to being regarded as one of the ten most consequential works of fiction produced in the twentieth] century. -- Los Angeles Times

Under the Volcano remains one of literature's most powerful and lyrical statements on the human condition, and a brilliant portrayal of one man's constant struggle against the elemental forces that threaten to destroy him.

Geoffrey Firmin, a former British consul, has come to Quauhnahuac, Mexico. His debilitating malaise is drinking, an activity that has overshadowed his life. On the most fateful day of the consul's life--the Day of the Dead--his wife, Yvonne, arrives in Quauhnahuac, inspired by a vision of life together away from Mexico and the circumstances that have driven their relationship to the brink of collapse. She is determined to rescue Firmin and their failing marriage, but her mission is further complicated by the presence of Hugh, the consul's half brother, and Jacques, a childhood friend. The events of this one significant day unfold against an unforgettable backdrop of a Mexico at once magical and diabolical.



Binding Type: Paperback
Author: Malcolm Lowry
Publisher: Harper Perennial
Published: 04/10/2007
ISBN: 9780061120152
Pages: 402
Weight: 0.74lbs
Size: 7.92h x 5.32w x 1.09d