Dido Sotiriou

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Dido Sotiriou


Born
in Aϊdini, Greece
February 18, 1909

Died
September 23, 2004

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Dido Sotiriou (Greek: Διδώ Σωτηρίου) was born in Aϊdini of Asia minor, in 1909, the daughter of Evangelos Pappas and Marianthi Papadopoulou.
In 1919 she moved with her family to Smyrni (Izmir) but following the destruction of 1922 she fled to Greece. In Athens she completed her general education having as teachers the then literary figures Kostas Paroritis and Sophia Mayroeidis-Papadakis amongst others. She studied at the French Institute of Athens and in 1937 she briefly attended a course in French Literature at the University of Sorbonnis.
In 1936 she officially turned to professionally practicing Journalism. She worked for the magazine “Gynaika” (Woman) (as editor-in-chief) and then went on to work for newspapers “Neos Kosmos” (New World)
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Κατεδαφιζόμεθα

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Εντολή

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“Έρχεται μια τραγική στιγμή στη ζωή του ανθρώπου, που το θεωρεί τύχη να
μπορέσει να παρατήσει το έχει του, την πατρίδα του, το παρελθόν του και να φύγει, να φύγει λαχανιασμένος αποζητώντας αλλού τη σιγουριά.”
Dido Sotiriou

“Τώρα όλα βγήκανε στη φόρα. Δεν υπάρχει ιδιωτική ζωή. Ένα μάτι βλέπει, ένα αφτί ακούει και η διαφήμιση διαλαλεί. Έτσι τρώνε, έτσι δουλεύουνε, έτσι ερωτεύονται, έτσι κλέβουνε, έτσι αγαπούνε, έτσι σκοτώνουν και σκοτώνονται. Χιλιάδες μικροί και μεγάλοι διαρρήκτες με σύγχρονα εργαλεία παραβιάζουνε καρδιές, εγκέφαλους, οικογενειακά κι επαγγελματικά άσυλα. Γέμισε σπιούνους η ζωή!”
Dido Sotiriou, Κατεδαφιζόμεθα