An Introduction to Modern Greek Literature by Roderick Beaton

By Roderick Beaton

this can be a totally revised variation of Beaton's acclaimed 1994 advent to the poetry and fiction released in Greece given that nationwide independence because 1821. it's the first full-length examine to be dedicated to the literature of this era noticeable as an entire and together with advancements as much as the current day. No wisdom of Greek is thought and all quotations are given either in Greek and in English.

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