ISBN-10:
0292718004
ISBN-13:
9780292718005
Pub. Date:
09/28/2008
Publisher:
University of Texas Press
Surrealism in Greece: An Anthology

Surrealism in Greece: An Anthology

by Nikos Stabakis

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ISBN-13: 9780292718005
Publisher: University of Texas Press
Publication date: 09/28/2008
Pages: 430
Product dimensions: 6.10(w) x 9.30(h) x 1.20(d)

About the Author

NIKOS STABAKIS is a film historian and translator based in Athens. He is a cofounder of the Athens Surrealist Group and a regular contributor to its publications and activities.

Table of Contents

  • Acknowledgments
  • Introduction
  • I. The Founders
    • 1. Andreas Embirikos
    • 2. Nicolas Calas
    • 3. Nikos Engonopoulos
    • 4. Odysseus Elytis
    • 5. Nikos Gatsos
  • II. The Second Generation
    • 6. Matsi Hatzilazarou
    • 7. Miltos Sahtouris
    • 8. Hector Kaknavatos
    • 9. Nanos Valaoritis
    • 10. Dimitris Papaditsas
    • 11. E. Ch. Gonatas
  • III. The Pali Group
    • 12. Mando Aravantinou
    • 13. Yorgos V. Makris
    • 14. Alexander Skinas
    • 15. Tassos Denegris
    • 16. Panos Koutrouboussis
    • 17. Eva Mylona
    • 18. Dimitris Poulikakos
  • Afterword
  • Notes
  • Bibliography
  • Index

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"Within the broad frame of academic inquiry into the international avant-garde, and particularly concerning surrealism and its aftermaths, the Greek case has been conspicuously absent. . . . Surrealism in Greece: An Anthology is a broad and comprehensive presentation of seminal Greek surrealist texts. . . . There is no other book of this kind in English, and it will be an enormous help to scholars teaching and writing in the field of modern Greek studies. . . . I cannot stress enough how important it will be for English-speaking scholars to have this wide range of texts at their disposal in order to develop a new body of critical work."

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