Amorgos (English and Greek Edition)

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Nikos Gatsos's profoundly mysterious and magnetic poem Amorgos', named after a Greek island he never visited and written during the Nazi occupation, is the single work on which his reputation rests. It is a wonderful incantation on the theme of loss and hope - a unique blend of surrealism, symbolism and folk song - lyrical and erotic, sometimes celebratory, sometimes bitter. It was much admired by the Nobel laureates Odysseus Elytis and George Seferis, and was hugely influential on the postwar generation of Greek poets. However, after its publication in 1943, Gatsos abandoned poetry, and wrote only popular songs, for which he was later renowned. Nikos Gatsos was born in Arcadia in 1914, and educated in Athens from the age of 16, studying Literature, Philosophy and History at Athens University. Well versed in English, French and Spanish, he translated poetry and plays by Lorca, O'Neill, Strindberg, Lope de Vega, Genet and Tennessee Williams into Greek. He died in 1992. Sally Purcell (1944-1998) was the author of The Holly Queen' (1971), Dark of Day' (1977) and Fossil Unicorn' (1997), all published by Anvil. A specialist in mediaeval literature, she edited selections of George Peele and Charles d'Orléans and was the translator of a selection of Provençal Poems.

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Nikos Gatsos was born in Arcadia in 1914, and was educated in Athens. Well versed in English, French and Spanish, he translated widely into Greek. He died in 1992. Sally Purcell (1944-1998), a specialist in medieval literature, published her own poetry with Anvil in several volumes, all of which are included in the posthumous 'Collected Poems' (2002).

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Text: English, Greek (translation)
Original Language: Greek

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