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By Lawrence Durrell

An omnibus version of the 5 novels released via Durrell in a kaleidoscopic series among 1974 and 1985. The books are set usually in Avignon and the traditional nation of Provence, although major episodes within the quintet are set within the Egyptian wilderness, Venice, Paris, Vienna and Geneva.

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His major areas of research interest are the history of psychology, international psychology and developmental psychology. He is the coeditor/co-author of three books; has written more than 200 chapters, articles, book reviews and encyclopaedia entries on various topics; and has presented more than 150 papers at professional meetings. Dr Hogan is past president and fellow of APA Division 1 (Society for General Psychology) and APA Division 52 (International Psychology) as well as a fellow of APA Division 2 (Teaching of Psychology) and 26 (History of Psychology).

He attained a postdoctoral diploma in clinical neuropsychology from Fielding Graduate University. With such training, he is also a practising school neuropsychologist who has worked with a variety of age groups with a variety of disabilities. Dr Otero has presented at national conferences on neurocognitive assessment and interventions, the fair assessment of Hispanics and cultural competency and has published several papers and chapters on these topics. He has served as past president of the Hispanic Neuropsychological Society and is on the editorial review board of the Journal of Attention Disorders, Journal of Hispanics in Higher Education and Revista de Neuropsicología, xlvi Neuropsiquiatría y Neurociencias.

Herman, PhD, is a professor in counselling psychology and school psychology at the University of Missouri and codirects the Missouri Prevention Center. In addition to his background in counselling psychology, Dr Herman completed respecialisation training in school psychology at the University of Oregon. He presents nationally and has published over 90 peer-­ reviewed articles and chapters and four books. Much of his work focuses on the prevention and early intervention of emotional and behaviour disorders and on working with teachers and families to promote effective environments for children.

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