1997, Dinos Christianopoulos, To Kormi ke to Saraki, First Edition


Konstantinos Dimitriadis better known by his pen name, Dinos Christianopoulos (1931-2000), was a Greek contemporary and post-war poet, novelist, folklorist, and scholar. He was also a music scholar who wrote about the Rebetiko, urban popular songs of the Greeks, especially the poorest, from the late 19th century to the 1950s. Christianopoulos, is widely known for writing the couplet from To Kormi kai to Saraki: ΅What didn’t you do to bury me but you forgot that I was a seed often used in the plural They tried to bury us. They didn’t know we were seeds.

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Ντίνος Χριστιανόπουλος

Το Κορμί Και το Σαράκι

Dinos Christianopoulos

To Kormi kai to Saraki


First edition

Published by Ekdoseis Bilieto, Thessaloniki Greece in 1997

in 1800 Copies

Original Paper Binding

Small 8vo, Pages 24


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