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Malcolm Lowry

Lowry in 1946
Born Clarence Malcolm Lowry
(1909-07-28)28 July 1909
New Brighton, Cheshire (now Merseyside), England
Died 26 June 1957(1957-06-26) (aged 47)
Ripe, Sussex (now East Sussex), England
Occupation Novelist, poet
Literary movement Modernism
Notable works Ultramarine (1933), Under the Volcano (1947), Hear Us O Lord from Heaven Thy Dwelling Place (1961), Lunar Caustic (1968), Dark as the Grave wherein my Friend is Laid (1968), October Ferry to Gabriola (1970)
Spouse Jan Gabrial (1934–1937)
Margerie Bonner (1940–1957, his death)

War is being declared tomorrow here so perhaps you can understand that I have been working under difficulties, but difficulties negligible compared with what others have to go through.
Malcolm Lowry
Long for me as I for you, forgetting, what will be inevitable, the long black aftermath of pain.
Malcolm Lowry
Good God, if our civilization were to sober up for a couple of days it'd die of remorse on the third.
Malcolm Lowry
Muzzle a dog and he will bark out of the other end.