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The famous Greek shipping family of Kulukundis is the source of inspiration for a clever combination of travel book, autobiography, and collection of the family's stories. The tales told by Elias Kulukundis of his family in exile recreate his ancestors' life on the island of Kasos.
Paperback, 240 pages
Published March 1st 2003 by Peter E. Randall Publisher
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Me topé con esta joya porque dentro de la pequeña librería de Syros, que por casualidad abrió el lunes de Pascua, había dos opciones en inglés, ambas de autores griegos y pues ya saben... el de la portada que más te guste 😬.

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Grandson of two Kasiot sea captains and son of a Kasiot shipowner, Elias Kulukundis was born in London in 1937. Three years later his family moved to America and he grew up in Rye, New York. Educated at Phillips Exeter and Harvard, he became a versatile linguist as well as a writer. Mr. Kulukundis translated Viktor Nekrasov's Both Sides of the Ocean from the Russian. Mr. Kulukundis currently lives ...more