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-''[[Prospero's Cell: A Guide to the Landscape and Manners of the Island of Corcyra]]'' (1945) — This text describes [[Lawrence Durrell|Durrell]]'s time in [[Corfu]]. It should be read in tandem with his brother [[Gerald Durrell|Gerald]]'s ''[[My Family and Other Animals]]''.+ 
 +# One of the [[Ionian Islands]], [[Greece]]. The ancient name is [[Corcyra]], in Modern Greek [[Kerkira|Kérkira]] ([[Κέρκυρα]]).
 +# The capital of Corfu.
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  1. One of the Ionian Islands, Greece. The ancient name is Corcyra, in Modern Greek Kérkira (Κέρκυρα).
  2. The capital of Corfu.




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