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Deep Blue Almost Black: Selected Fiction

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With vivid language and powerful imagery, Thanassis Valtinos addresses the major dislocations of three generations of Greeks in the face of profound political, social, and cultural change. Disillusioned urbanites and simple farmers alike are affected... weiterlesen
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Titel: Deep Blue Almost Black: Selected Fiction
Autor/en: Thanassis Valtinos

ISBN: 0810117665
EAN: 9780810117662
Sprache: Englisch.
Übersetzt von Jane Assimakopoulos, Stavros Deligiorgis
NORTHWESTERN UNIV PR

Februar 2000 - kartoniert - 116 Seiten

Beschreibung

With vivid language and powerful imagery, Thanassis Valtinos addresses the major dislocations of three generations of Greeks in the face of profound political, social, and cultural change. Disillusioned urbanites and simple farmers alike are affected by the coups and political pressures of contemporary Greece, while at the same time they are moved by the primitive Greece of visions, ghostly apparitions, and of saints' shrines in olive groves. Valtinos's astonishing gift for irony and poignant understatement make this novella and collection of short stories a powerful commentary on contemporary Greek affairs.

Portrait

Thanassis Valtinos was born in Greece in 1932. A recipient of a Ford Foundation grant and an honorary fellow of the International Writing Program at the University of Iowa, Valtinos has won numerous awards for his innovative work. A member of the International Theater Institute and the former president of the Society of Greek Writers, he continues to write fiction and screenplays and to translate classical Greek drama for the theater. His novel "Data Decade of the Sixties "is also available from Northwestern University Press. Jane Assimakopoulos, an American writer and translator, lives in Ioannina, Greece. Stavros Deligiorgis is a professor of comparative literature at the University of Iowa.
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