black laurel

black laurel

leucothoedavisiae.
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For instance, he argues that Storm Jameson's 1947 novel The Black Laurel is a 'strained and melodramatic' political allegory 'partly because Jameson is so patently boosting British influence in Berlin' (p.
Mavrodaphne, pronounced Mav-ro-tha'f-nee and meaning "the black laurel," is found primarily in the Peleponnese appellation.