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ΩΡΑΙΟΣ ΣΑΝ ΕΛΛΗΝΑΣ
THE BEAUTY OF A GREEK (ΔΙΓΛΩΣΣΗ ΕΚΔΟΣΗ ΕΛΛΗΝΙΚΑ-ΑΓΓΛΙΚΑ)
Κωδ. Πολιτείας: 4350-0525

Ο Νίκος Εγγονόπουλος, όπως και οι περισσότεροι Έλληνες υπερρεαλιστές ποιητές, μόνο επιλεκτικά και κατά κάποιο τρόπο περιστασιακά έχει μεταφραστεί στα αγγλικά (βλ. Παράρτημα, σελ. 233). Οι λόγοι, πιστεύω, βασίζονται λιγότερο σε αξιολογικά κριτήρια και περισσότερο στις δυσκολίες που ενέχει η μετάφραση υπερρεαλιστικής ποίησης. Στην ποίηση του Εγγονόπουλου βρίσκουμε κοινά και εμφανή στοιχεία καθώς και χαρακτηριστικά του υπερρεαλισμού -εικόνες αιφνιδιαστικές, αντιφατικές και λογικά ασύνδετες φράσεις, απροσδόκητες μεταφορές, την απουσία παρομοιώ...
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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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THE BOUNDLESS GARDEN (VOLUME ΙΙ)
SELECTED SHORT STORIES
Κωδ. Πολιτείας: 3043-0015

THE STORIES INCLUDED IN THIS SECOND VOLUME of Alexandros Papadiamandis's literary work were written during the years 1894-1902, a period regarded as his most creative. As the nineteenth century gives way to the twentieth, in these stories we are presented with an unrivalled gallery of authentic individuals who are emerging out of a past defined by traditional beliefs and practices while moving into a new age shaped by the challenges of modernity. Wandering dervishes, naked witches in the moonlight, a child falling in love with a hamadryad,...
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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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JOURNAL OF AN UNSEEN APRIL
ΗΜΕΡΟΛΟΓΙΟ ΕΝΟΣ ΑΘΕΑΤΟΥ ΑΠΡΙΛΙΟΥ (ΔΙΓΛΩΣΣΗ ΕΚΔΟΣΗ, ΕΛΛΗΝΙΚΑ-ΑΓΓΛΙΚΑ)
Κωδ. Πολιτείας: 4350-0399

"Come now my right hand, depict what demoniacally torments you, but over it place The Virgin's silver sheen that at night masks the waters of the marshy waste". [...] The Journal of an Unseen April contains 49 poems in the form of journal entries, beginning on 1 April and ending on 7 May, and covers the whole period'of an unspecified Greek Easter (though some critics specify the year as being 1981 when Easter fell, as in the Journal, on 26 April). The prevailing atmosphere throughout the work is that of death, but death expressed as ...
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Ballad for the Unsung Poets of the Ages (δίγλωσση έκδοση, ελληνικά-αγγλικά)
Εκδότης: ΑΙΩΡΑ
Κωδ. Πολιτείας: 0098-0262

That one came alone, from some place else. He came slowly, following his own path. A white angel with jet-black wings! Kostas Karyotakis is the poet most emblematic of the turbulent interwar period in Greece. Though traditional in form, usually with end-rhyme and regular metres, Karyotakis' poetry is modern in content, often pessimistic and bitingly satirical. His writing combines reverie with sarcasm, a stifling sense of everyday reality with poignant irony. This is verse that is both piercing and resonant. (From the publisher)...
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SELECTED POEMS
Εκδότης: ΑΙΩΡΑ
Κωδ. Πολιτείας: 0098-0126

Vrettakos's poems are firmly rooted in the Greek landscape and coloured by the Greek light, yet their themes and sentiment are ecumenical. His garden, his own heart, are but a microcosm of the entire world, of the whole of humanity, and both contain divine messages that the lens of poetry can help us to perceive. His poetry sings of the beauty of the natural world and offers a vision of the paradise that the world could be, but it is also imbued with a deep and painful awareness of the dark abyss that it threatens to become. For Vrettakos,...
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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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(P/B) ZORBA THE GREEK
Εκδότης: FABER & FABER
Κωδ. Πολιτείας: 4386-0131

Zorba the Greek, Nikos Kazantzakis' most popular and enduring novel, has its origins in the author's own experiences of mining and harvesting in the Peleponnesus in the 1920s. His swashbuckling hero has its legions of literary fans across the world and his adventures are as exhilarating and havoc-making now as they were on first publication in the 1950s. (From the publisher)...
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FRATRICIDES
Εκδότης: FABER & FABER
Κωδ. Πολιτείας: 4386-0126

The Fratricides is about internecine strife in a village in the Epirus during the Greek civil war of the late 1940s. Many of the villagers, including Captain Drakos, son of the local priest Father Yanaros, have taken to the mountains and joined the Communist rebels. It is Holy Week and, with murder, death and destruction everywhere, Father Yanaros feels that he himself is bearing the sins of the world. (From the publisher)...
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(P/B) Z
50th ANNIVERSARY EDITION
Εκδότης: SEVEN STORIES PRESS
Κωδ. Πολιτείας: 3773-0027

A progressive parliamentary deputy is scheduled to appear at a political rally. Meanwhile, local political bosses plot his assassination. Thugs are recruited to disrupt the rally. Rumors begin to spread. But the forces already set in motion are irresistible. Z is the story of a crime, a time, a place, and people transformed by events. Z was published in Greece in 1966, and banned there one year later. It is based on an actual political assassination in 1963 in Salonika. The victim was Gregory Lambrakis, a socialist legislator and outspoken...
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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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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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(P/B) LITTLE INFAMIES
Εκδότης: VINTAGE
Κωδ. Πολιτείας: 0626-0223

Panos Karnezis' remarkable stories are all set in the same nameless Greek village. His characters are the people who live there - the priest, the barber, the whore, the doctor, the seamstress, the mayor - and the occasional animal: a centaur, a parrot that recites Homer, a horse called History. Their lives intersect, as lives do in a small place, and they know each other's secrets - the hidden crimes, the mysteries, the little infamies that men commit. Karnezis observes his villagers with a forgiving eye, and creates a world where magic in...
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(P/B) On the Unhappiness of Being Greek
Εκδότης: ZERO BOOKS
Κωδ. Πολιτείας: 6250-0011

If Noam Chomsky and Gore Vidal have a Greek analogue, it is Nikos Dimou, one of the most fertile minds of his generation. This book is a series of 193 mostly brief, often cutting and at times satirical aphorisms about Greece and Greeks. In the postscript, Dimou writes: I have tried, simply, to articulate my observations in such a way so that serious people will find them to be serious, while less serious ones will find them less serious. I am now tortured by the possibility that the exact opposite will occur. First published in 1975, this ...
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KONSTANTINOS KAVAFIS: POESIE SCELTE (ΔΙΓΛΩΣΣΗ ΕΚΔΟΣΗ, ΕΛΛΗΝΙΚΑ-ΙΤΑΛΙΚΑ)
Εκδότης: ΑΙΩΡΑ
Κωδ. Πολιτείας: 0098-0197

Consacrato come una delle voci poetiche piu rappresentative della Grecia e piu significative della letteratura del Ventesimo secolo, Kavafis e di gran lunga il poeta greco piu tradotto. La sua opera ha sedotto scrittori e intellettuali in tutto il mondo, che hanno studiato o tradotto Kavafis o dialogato con la sua poesia, e oggi continua ad affascinare i lettori di ogni lingua. (L' edizione) QUANTO PUOI Benche della tua vita non possa fare come vuoi, fa' questo sforzo almeno quanto puoi: evita di degradarla con il commercio frequente del ...
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ETERNALLY YOURS
Εκδότης: ΕΝΑΣΤΡΟΝ
Κωδ. Πολιτείας: 1511-0157

rage today I was so angry that I ate an entire banana angrily try it! you can't! maybe I'm still angry. [from the publlisher]...
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NOVEL AND OTHER POEMS
A BILINGUAL EDITION
Εκδότης: ΑΙΩΡΑ
Κωδ. Πολιτείας: 0098-0140

Often compared during his lifetime to T.S. Eliot, whose work he translated and introduced to Greece, George Seferis is noted for his spare, laconic, dense and allusive verse in the Modernist idiom of the first half of the 20th century. At once intensely Greek and a cosmopolitan of his time (he was a career-diplomat as well as a poet), Seferis better than any other writer expresses the dilemma experienced by his countrymen then and now: how to be at once Greek and modern. The translations that make up this volume are the fruit of more than ...
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GREEK FOLK TALES
Εκδότης: ΑΙΩΡΑ
Κωδ. Πολιτείας: 0098-0249

Greek folk tales descend from Aesop and Greek antiquity, as well as medieval storytelling in the pivotal south-east Mediterranean world that linked Christianity, Islam and Byzantium. These tales, told by folk narrators throughout Greek-speaking regions up to our times, are wondrous, whimsical stories about doughty youths and frightful monsters, resourceful maidens and animals gifted with human speech. The tales weave substantive motifs, characters, and forms into a rich tapestry capturing the temperament and ethos of the Greek folk psyche....
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