1972, Seferis Giorgos, Nobel Laureate, Cheirografo Sep’ 41, First Edition


I was fourteen years old, in August ’14, when we left Smyrna. I had very much alive in me the feeling of what slavery means. In the last two summers we had not gone to the countryside, to Skala of Vourlas, which was for me the only place that, even now, I can call home in the most radical sense of the word: the place where my childhood grew. […] (From the edition)

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Γιώργος Σεφέρης

Χειρόγραφο Σεπ’ 41


Giorgos Seferis (Nobel Laureate)

Cheirografo Sep’ 41 (Manuscript Sep’ 41)


Published by Ikaros in Athens in 1972

8vo, Pages 78

Soft Binding

This Greek First Edition precedes all other editions!


George or Giorgos Seferis (Greek, Γιώργος Σεφέρης]), the pen name of Georgios Seferiadis, (1900 –  1971), was a Greek poet, writer and diplomat. He was a Nobel laureate and one of the most important Greek poets of the 20th century.

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