One of the major Greek poets, Nikos Engonopoulos was a surrealist whose work achieved wide popularity in his home country. This new collection represents the largest English-language selection of his work to date.
About the Author
Born in Athens in 1910, Engonopoulos made his debut in 1938 and 1939, transformating, along with Embirikos,Elytis,and Calas, contemporary Greek poetry. He was well known throughout his life for his Surrealistic humor and witty texts. He died in 1985.