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A Tale Without a Name
Author: Penelope S Delta
Publisher: Pushkin Press
The kingdom used to be a place of paved roads and well-filled coffers, with joy and the good life all around. But the old king went the way of all flesh years ago, and now the kingdom is derelict, a land ofwickedness and ruin. But a young prince and his sister begin to see what must be done, and-if they can-to restore what has been lost. For a hundred years A Tale Without a Name has been one of Greece's best-loved stories. This playful, wise fable is enchanting for readers of any age, as meaningful and moving now as when it was first written.
Reproduction of the original: Plays by Anton Chekhov, Second Series by Anton Chekhov
In 1004 at the height of the Byzantine Empire, two Greek youth are swept up in Basil II's legendary war with the Bulgarians. Both are attracted to a mysterious girl they meet in the mountains of Macedonia under conditions of intrigue and danger. As the drama unfolds, fateful questions emerge about spying, about sacrifice, and about war itself.
Author: Iōannēs Makrygiannēs
Author: William Ayers
Publisher: Teachers College Press
Secrets of the Swamp
Author: Penelope Delta, Ruth Bobick
Publisher: Peter Randall Pub
Follows the stories of several characters in 1906 Ottoman-controlled Macedonia the site of a fierce struggle between Greeks and Bulgarians.
Author: Geōrgios M. Vizyēnos
The Brazen Plagiarist
Author: Kiki Dimoula, Cecile Inglessis Margellos, Rika Lesser
Publisher: Yale University Press
A moving collection of poems by internationally acclaimed Greek poet Kiki Dimoula, brilliantly translated into English
Author: Alkē Zeē
Publisher: Dutton Childrens Books
A ten-year-old boy and his family endure the Fascist occupation of Athens during World War II.
Report to Greco
Author: Nikos Kazantzakis
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Disarmingly personal and intensely philosophical, Report to Greco is a fictionalized account of Greek philosopher and writer Nikos Kazantzakis’s own life, a sort of intellectual autobiography that leads readers through his wide-ranging observations on everything from the Hegelian dialectic to the nature of human existence, all framed as a report to the Spanish Renaissance painter El Greco. The assuredness of Kazantzakis’s prose and the nimbleness of his thinking as he grapples with life’s essential questions—who are we, and how should we be in the world?—will inspire awe and more than a little reflection from readers seeking to answer these questions for themselves.
Author: Odysseas Elytēs, Athan Anagnostopoulos
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt (HMH)
A collection of fifteen erotic stories based Lucian (2nd Century A.D. Greece), with numerous erotic illustrations, in a Beardsley style of art deco, by Charles Cullen.These are tales so descriptive of one phase of Greek life, discussed with the frankness of one not immoral, but influenced by a system of morals that finds everything that is natural both beautiful and good.