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Four Greek poets

E. Keely

Four Greek poets

C.P. Cavafy,G. Sepheres, O. Elytis and N. Gatsos

by E. Keely

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Published by Penguin in Harmondsworth .
Written in English


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Statementedited by E. Keely and P. Sherrard.
ContributionsSherrard, P., Kavaphés, K. P., Sepherēs, Giōrgos, 1900-1971., Elytis, O., Gatson, N.
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Open LibraryOL20629426M

Modern Greek Poetry: Voice and Myth consists of nine essays written during a seventeen-year period; in addition, there is an interview with Seferis. This work should be regarded as a collection of.


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