1977, Contemporary Literature in Translation, Andreas Embirikos, Nikos Engonopoulos, Vasso Katraki


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Contemporary Literature in Translation

Contemporary Greek Issue

No. 27 Summer 1977


The Magazine is published in Mission, Canada

Editor: Andreas Schroeder

Cover Art: Vasso Katraki


Contents among others:

Nikos Engonopoulos:

The Falcon, The Golden Plateaus, Gardens in a Scorching Sun, On Boeotian Roads, Souvenir of Constantinople, Picasso

Andreas Embirikos:

Words, Legendary Sofa, Winter Grapes, Pedestal, Daybreak, The Eyelids, The Fissure, etc.


31 Pages

Original Paper Binding

27,5cm x 21cm (approx. 11inch. x 8,35inch.)

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Andreas Embirikos (Greek: Ανδρέας Εμπειρίκος; 1901 – 1975) was a Greek surrealist poet and one of the first Greek psychoanalysts.


Nikos Egonopoulos (Greek: Νίκος Εγγονόπουλος; 1907 – 1985) was a Greek painter and poet. He is one of the most important members of Generation of the ’30s, as well as a major representative of the surrealist movement in Greece. His work as a writer also includes critique and essays.


Vaso Katraki (Greek: Βάσω Κατράκη, 1914 – 1988) was a Greek painter and engraver. She was known for her passionate depictions of the sufferings of the Greek people during and after World War II. In 1967 she was exiled to a barren island by the military junta on the day that it took power. She started with wood engraving, then developed an original and very unusual technique of sandstone engraving.

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