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ATHENS IN POEMS
AN IMAGINATIVE MAP OF THE CITY
Κωδ. Πολιτείας: 9265-0000

Athens in Poems reveals the glorious palimpsest that is Athens mapping the city one poem at a time from the 1880s to 2010s. Walk through the streetscapes of Athens, reflect on the city's historical development and see how poetry becomes attentive to the dynamic instability of the urban space. Watch as the city is built with language and create your own imaginative map of Athens. Wander around Athens of the 1880s, imagine the circular Omonia Square of the 1930s, visit the Shooting Range of Kaisariani during the Nazi Occupation and reach the...
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NIKOS KAZANTZAKIS: ZORBA
ROMAN (ΑΛΒΑΝΙΚΑ)
Εκδότης: LITERATUS
Κωδ. Πολιτείας: 7535-0002

Romani "Zorba" perben nje nga veprat me te njohura te shkrimtarit dhe kualifikohet nder 100 librat me te mire te te gjitha koherave te letersise boterore, sipas Qendres Norvegjeze te Librit (2002). Zorba eshte teresimi i figures se grekut tipik bashkekohor, real, jetesor, simbol i njeriut te vetvetishem qe misheron mendesine popullore greke. Zorba, si njeri praktik, i pandikuar nga librat, leximet dhe skemat filozofike, perpiqet qe t'i deshmoje shkrimtarit, permes nje dialogu bashkekohor platonik, se pergjigjet qe mundojne cdo intelektual ...
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FOOL'S GOLD
Εκδότης: ΚΕΔΡΟΣ
Κωδ. Πολιτείας: 2300-2398

My father, thunderstruck, was demanding to know: "But when? This is madness! Impossible." When at last he replaces the receiver in a grand Shakespearean manner - my father has it in the blood - he broke the news to us: Dictatorship. My mother cried out and collapsed in a heap on the sofa. Calliope the maid, as part of her duties, always manages to sense the right moment for a restorative coffee, and set off for the kitchen. My father repeated: "Dictatorship, do you hear!" I stared at him, shaking off sleep. This is how Myrsini Panayotou, a...
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POPE JOAN
Εκδότης: ΑΙΩΡΑ
Κωδ. Πολιτείας: 0098-0205

Roides' irreverent, witty and delightful novel tells the story of Joan who, according to a popular medieval legend, ascended to the Papal Throne as Pope John VIII. The truth of the legend is of little importance as the book is far more than a historical novel and, in fact, parodies the popular historical romances of the time. In Joan, Roides has created one of the most remarkable characters in modern Greek literature and in so doing has assured his place as one of its classic authors. (From the publisher) "Pope Joan has a double claim on ...
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MAUTHAUSEN
Εκδότης: ΚΕΔΡΟΣ
Κωδ. Πολιτείας: 2300-2401

Beginning with the liberation of Mauthausen concentration camp by the Americans and continuing through the months that followed before the prisoners were repatriated, lakovos Kambanellis' Mauthausen tells the story of a remarkable love affair between two former prisoners. The events of the story are all true, but they read like a strange fairy-tale. The euphoria of the first days of the Liberation, the slow awakening of the inmates to the possibilities of love and normalcy, the beauty of the spring landscape in which the lovers walk hand-i...
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MISSION BOX
Εκδότης: ΚΕΔΡΟΣ
Κωδ. Πολιτείας: 2300-2395

Symbolically powerful, incisively poetic, "Mission Box" is a Kafkaesque Odyssey of yearning and disillusionment, aspiration and despair, which placed Aris Alexandrou at the forefront of Greek fiction in our time. Alexandrou's presence in contemporary Greek letters was strongly felt in his distinguished translations of poetry and fiction from Russian, French and English, in his powerful verse, and finally - in the capstone of his career - the remarkable novel, "Mission Box (Το kivotio, 1974)"...
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THE FLAW
Εκδότης: ΑΙΩΡΑ
Κωδ. Πολιτείας: 0098-0175

A man is seized from his afternoon drink at the Cafe Sport by two agents of the Regime -though what exactly he is suspected of we do not know, and neither, apparently, does he. What follows is a journey by car toward Special Branch Headquarters, and the interrogation that undoubtedly awaits him there. With their destination approaching, oppressed and oppressor come face to face with their deepest human feeling, locked in a game of psychological skill. As the plot slowly unravels, so, too, do its main players. Part thriller and part politic...
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THE MURDERESS
A SOCIAL TALE
Κωδ. Πολιτείας: 3043-0009

FROM ITS FIRST APPEARANCE IN 1903 "The Murderess" has been regarded as Papadiamandis's finest work. Set on his native island it tells the story of Hadoula, a widow with grown-up children, who has convinced herself that it is better little girls should leave this life when young so that they and their parents should not suffer the trials that inevitably would be inflicted on them by an inequitable society. In the throes of this misguided compassion she first murders her own granddaughter and afterwards finds herself set on a course she is u...
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LAND OF AEOLIA
Κωδ. Πολιτείας: 1189-0005

This present translation brings one of the most beloved works of modern Greek literature to readers of English for the first time in its entirety. Land of Aeolia tells the story of the authors childhood summers in Anatolia before World War I, before the Greek genocide, the Greco-Turkish war, the authors captivity by the Turks, and before the exchange of populations between Greece and Turkey in 1922 that led to the permanent loss of his homeland. It is a testament to the power of literature to evoke that which is irrevocably lost. In this s...
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IMARET
THREE GODS, ONE CITY
Εκδότης: ΨΥΧΟΓΙΟΣ
Κωδ. Πολιτείας: 4580-4255

Arta, 1854. The Turkish occupation. Two boys are born on the same night, one a Greek, the other a Turk, and fate makes them milk-siblings. The novel follows their life drawn on the canvas of the region's unknown history. An entire era is brought to life in a unique way portraying prejudice alongside adventure, love, comic and tragic situations. In the shadow of the clock which strikes the Ottoman hours, Greeks, Turks and Jews live side by side. The shadow falls upon two friends, Liondos and Necip, a mysterious murder, grandpa Ismail, the s...
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CAVAFY: SELECTED POEMS
ΔΙΓΛΩΣΣΗ ΕΚΔΟΣΗ, ΕΛΛΗΝΙΚΑ-ΑΓΓΛΙΚΑ
Εκδότης: ΑΙΩΡΑ
Κωδ. Πολιτείας: 0098-0104

Cavafy is by far the most translated and most well-known Greek poet internationally. His work exists in multiple translations in a wide range of languages and major 20th-century poets as diverse as Auden, Brecht, Brodsky, Durrell, Milosz and Montale have all paid tribute to Cavafy, either by writing poems "in the style of Cavafy", or by openly admitting their debt to his poetry in their own work. Whether his subject matter is historical, philosophical or sensual, Cavafy's unique poetic voice is always recognizable by its ironical, suave, ...
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THE GREAT CHIMERA
Εκδότης: ΑΙΩΡΑ
Κωδ. Πολιτείας: 0098-0193

Eager to flee the parochialism of her French upbringing, and a painful family past, the young and beautiful Marina falls in love with a seductive Greek sea-captain she meets at the port of Rouen. She follows him to the Aegean island of Syros to begin a new life as a married woman in the home of her formidable mother-in-law. Enchanted by the beauty of her surroundings, and fascinated by her husband's erudite younger brother, she aspires to learn all she can about contemporary Greek culture and live up to the ideals of her classical educatio...
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FAREWELL ANATOLIA
Εκδότης: ΚΕΔΡΟΣ
Κωδ. Πολιτείας: 2300-2413

"Farewell Anatolia" is a tale of paradise lost and of shattered innocence; a tragic fresco of the fall of Hellenism in Asia Minor; a stinging indictment of Great Power politics, oil-lust and corruption. Dido Sotiriou's novel - a perennial best seller in Greece since it first appeared in 1962 - tells the story of Manolis Axiotis, a poor but resourceful villager born near the ancient ruins of Ephesus. Axiotis is a fictional protagonist and eyewitness to an authentic nightmare: Greece's "Asia Minor Catastrophe", the death or expulsion of two ...
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LA FAILLE
Εκδότης: ΑΙΩΡΑ
Κωδ. Πολιτείας: 0098-0206

"La Faille", qui mele I'humour, le suspense du thriller et la satire politique d'un regime policier, est le recit de la journee d'un homme arrete pour une raison inconnue et conduit par deux agents des Services speciaux dans la capitale pour y etre interroge et sans doute liquide. Ce roman, qui confronte I'humanite des sentiments a la logique inhumaine et implacable d'un systeme repressif, a ete traduit dans une trentaine de langues et a connu un succes international. Publie en 1965, il presageait la dictature militaire qui allait s'abattr...
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THE AXION ESTI
Εκδότης: ANVIL PRESS POETRY
Κωδ. Πολιτείας: 0132-0001

When Odysseus Elytis was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature, the Swedish Academy's citation singled out The Axion Esti, first published in 1959, as 'one of twentieth-century literature's most concentrated and richly faceted poems.' It can be seen both as a secular oratorio, reflecting the Greek heritage and the country's revolutionary spirit, and also as a kind of autobiography, in which the spiritual roots of the poet's very individual sensibility are set in the wider philosophical context of the Greek tradition. In his evocation of e...
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GOOD FRIDAY VIGIL
Εκδότης: ΚΕΔΡΟΣ
Κωδ. Πολιτείας: 2300-2400

The protagonist in each of these stories is a solitary individual, alienated from society, haunted by memories, fascinated by the disgusting, obsessed with the relationship between love and death, and fetishistically attached to certain objects that bear the traces of traumatic experiences. loannou brilliantly highlights the discrepancy between intimate acts of sex and violence, and the way people pretend in public that life can be lived without physicality. In Good Friday Vigil -his last book of stories before his untimely death in 1985- ...
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ELYTIS: SELECTED POEMS
Εκδότης: ANVIL PRESS POETRY
Κωδ. Πολιτείας: 0132-0000

This representative selection from the work of one of modern Greece’s most fascinating poets was made shortly after his award of the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1979. It is drawn from all periods of his distinguished career and traces his development from early surrealism, in which he transforms French influence into a distinct personal voice and mythology, through the dramatic style of The Axion Esti with its blend of spirituality and earthiness, up to the later work in which he experiments with new modes for expressing his perennial th...
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AEGEAN NOTEBOOKS
REFLECTIONS BY SEA AND LAND IN THE ARCHIPELAGO
Κωδ. Πολιτείας: 3043-0011

In one of his Notebooks, Zissimos Lorenzatos says: "The present text does not require footnotes". I have taken this as a statement of intent: even though he eventually published these journals, he is careful to emphasize that they were written under sail, and that they are above all the expression of a present that was being lived moment by moment, not recollected in tranquillity at a later date (apart from some subsequent insertions which he specifically identifies). In order to be read as such, it has been decided to minimize the footnot...
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(P/B) WHAT'S LEFT OF THE NIGHT
Εκδότης: NEW VESSEL PRESS
Κωδ. Πολιτείας: 7887-0000

In June 1897, the young Constantine Cavafy arrives in Paris on the last stop of a long European tour, a trip that will deeply shape his future and push him toward his poetic inclination. With this lyrical novel, tinged with a hallucinatory eroticism that unfolds over three unforgettable days, celebrated Greek author Ersi Sotiropoulos depicts Cavafy in the midst of a journey of self-discovery across a continent on the brink of massive change. He is by turns exhilarated and tormented by his homosexuality; the Greek-Turkish War has ended in G...
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(P/B) FUTURES
POETRY OF THE GREEK CRISIS
Εκδότης: PENNED IN THE MARGINS
Κωδ. Πολιτείας: 8452-0000

"Futures" features some of the most daring new voices in Greek poetry, together with international poets with Greek connections. These bold, impassioned and critically aware texts stake new poetic and political ground: they articulate what it means to live in a time when capitalism is buckling under its own weight and new ways of living and thinking seem to be emerging. In a time of crisis, "Futures" calls for solidarity, resistance and poetry as a political paradigm. (From the publisher) ...the gouged marble, the graffiti scrawls, ...
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