Signed! 1992, Elias Petropoulos, Akolasta Soneta, Pietro Aretino, Κostas Tsoklis, Lustful Sonnets


Kostas Tsoklis was born in Athens in 1930 and is a Greek visual artist.

Pietro Aretino (1492– 1556) was an Italian author, playwright, poet, satirist and blackmailer , who wielded influence on contemporary art and politics. He was one of the most influential writers of his time and an outspoken critic of the powerful. Owing to his communications and sympathies with religious reformers, he is considered to have been a Nicodemite Protestant.


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Ηλίας Πετρόπουλος (απόδοση στα ελληνικά)


Ακόλαστα Σονέτα – Akolasta Soneta

Εικονογράφηση Κώστα Τσόκλη


Elias Petropoulos (trl.)


Lustful Sonnets

Illustrations by Greek Artist Kostas Tsoklis


Published by Nefeli in Athens in 1992

First Edition

Signed and dedicated by Elias Petropoulos

Pages 80

Original Soft Binding

24cm x 21cm

Elias Petropoulos (Greek: Ηλίας Πετρόπουλος; 1928 – 2003) was a Greek author, folklorist and urban historian. A self-described “urban anthropologist,” he wrote on aspects of Greek life that were rarely considered objects of serious study, including the subcultures, slangs, and music of homosexuals, drug users, and criminals. Some of his books were regarded as immoral during the rule of the Greek military junta of 1967–74, resulting in fines and jail terms and ultimately in his decision to leave Greece to live permanently in France.

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