4 edition of Hapanta ta poiēmata found in the catalog.
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|Pagination||xvi, 65 p. :|
|Number of Pages||69|
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" When the family's prosperity declined, Cavafy worked 34 years intermittently as journalist, broker, and at the Irrigation Office of the Ministry of Public Works, from which he retired in 1922. Even though Cavafy had been writing poems since his early teens, his first book was published when he was 41.
291 In his famous poem, 'Waiting for the Barbarians', Cavafy commented the role which the arrival of the new rulers was supposedly to have: "And now what shall become of us without any barbarians? The marginalia in these books are so numerous that they almost constitute a new set of sources, which are of interest not only to historians and philologists but also to those who study the history of early modern medicine and the natural sciences.
nc Carrier MARC source rdacarrier Content category text Content type code• Poems, 1952 translated into English with a few notes by John Mavrogordato; with an introd. Cavafy's poems have been translated into English, Hapanta ta poiēmata, Italian, and German, and several other languages, among other into Finnish.
Keeley 1976 ; Alexandria Still: Forster, Durrell, and Cavafy by J. May be used for non-commercial purposes. Cavafy, 1961 translated by Rae Dalven; with an introd.
However, Cavafy acknowledged that Forster had a good sense of his poetry. ; edited by Lena Athanasopoulou• Close to one third of his poems were never printed in any form while he lived. Selected Prose Works, 2010 translated and annotated by Peter Jeffreys• " 'Introduction: The Poet-Historian' by Daniel Mendelsohn, in Collected Poems, 2009, p. "He was cut off from the Arabic and Islamic world, and his eastern side is suspended. " The deliberately flat ending parallels with T.
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During his his stay in England Cavafy acquired a slight British inflection.
Cavafy, 2001 foreword by Gore Vidal, translated by Theoharis Constantine Theoharis• Cavafy was born Konstantinos Petrou Kavafis or Kabaphs in Alexandria, Egypt, into a wealthy merchant family.
Cavafy sketched a rich gallery of historical, semiobscure, or fictitious characters, whom he used as personae acting, or being discussed, in the episodes of his poems.