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Life Immovable, First Part (Dodo Press)

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Kostes/Kostis Palamas (1859-1943) was a Greek poet and journalist. He published his first collection of verses, The Songs of My Fatherland, in 1886. He wrote the words to the Olympic Hymn, composed by Spyros Samaras. He has been called the "national" poet of Greece and was closely associated with the struggle to rid Modern Greece of the "purist" language and with political ...more
Paperback, 156 pages
Published December 26th 2008 by Dodo Press (first published 2008)
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Kostis Palamas (Greek: Κωστής Παλαμάς; 13 January [O.S. 8 January] 1859 – 27 February 1943[1]) was a Greek poet who wrote the words to the Olympic Hymn. He was a central figure of the Greek literary generation of the 1880s and one of the cofounders of the so-called New Athenian School (or Palamian School, or Second Athenian School) along with Georgios Drosinis, Nikos Kampas, Ioannis Polemis.
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Άπαντα The Twelve Words of the Gipsy Η Φλογέρα του Βασιλιά A Hundred Voices, and Other Poems from the Second Part of Life Immovable Θάνατος παλληκαριού. Πώς μεταμορφώθηκε ο σάτυρος. Τρισεύγενη

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