HARVARD EARLY MODERN AND MODERN GREEK LIBRARY
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Selected Poems

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ISBN 9780674063440

Publication Date: 04/02/2018

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  • Acknowledgments
  • Foreword [Panagiotis Roilos and Dimitrios Yatromanolakis]
  • Introduction
    • I. “The Marvel of Elbasan and of the Bosphorous…”
      • 1. General
      • 2. The “Surrealist Scandal”
      • 3. The Nature of His Poetry
      • 4. His “Mixed” Language
      • 5. His Subsequent Works
    • II. On Translating Engonopoulos
      • 1. General
      • 2. Linguistic Problems
      • 3. Cultural Problems
      • 4. Conclusions
  • Bibliography
    • Works by Engonopoulos
    • Works Published Posthumously
    • English Translations of His Work
    • Selected Studies
      • In English
      • In Greek (book-length)
  • Selected Poems
    • From: Do Not Distract the Driver (1938)
      • Trams and Acropolis
      • Do Not Distract the Driver
        • I
        • II
      • Tel Aviv
      • Osiris
      • Ship of the Forest
      • Steamrollers
      • Eleonora
      • Surrender
      • Love
      • There
      • The Secret Poet
      • Nocturnal Maria
    • From: The Clavicembalos of Silence (1939)
      • Sinbad the Sailor
      • Episode
      • The Clavicembalos of Silence
      • Pomegranates = SO24H2
      • The Life and Death of Poets
      • A Journey to Elbasan
        • I
        • II
        • III
      • The Shipwrecks’ Plot
      • The Concrete of Heroic Maidens
      • The Psychoanalysis of Phantoms
      • Hydra
      • The Moment Midnight Strikes, Jef the Great Automaton…
      • Just As
    • Bolivár (1944)
    • From: The Return of the Birds (1946)
      • The Voices
      • Noble and Sentimental Dance
      • The Return of Eurydice
      • Binary Automatism
      • Poem Devoid of Joy Dedicated to a Wonderful Woman Donator of Longing and Serenity
      • Theano
      • Gardens in the Scorching Sun
      • Picasso
      • Vulture 1748
      • Eleonora II
      • Grief’s Apprentice
    • From: Eleusis (1948)
      • The Hawk
      • The Golden Plateaux
      • The New Laura
      • Hymn of Praise for the Women We Love
      • Poetry 1948
    • The Atlantic (1954)
    • From: In the Flourishing Greek Tongue (1957)
      • The Memory
      • The Lover
      • Mercurius Bouas
      • Arcesilaus
      • On Elevation
      • To Let
      • The Kindness of People
      • News Concerning the Death of the Spanish Poet Federico Garcia Lorca in a Ditch at Camino de la Fuente on 19 August 1936
      • Clelia or Rather the Idyll on the Lagoon
        • I
        • II
      • Marcinelle
    • From: In the Vale of Roseries (1978)
      • On the Death of the Anthologist of “Sublime Love”
      • Supplication
      • Close Your Eyes: Then All the Life of Old Will Pass Before You
      • The Surrealism of Interminable Life
      • A Dream: Life
      • On Life’s Paths
      • Timon of Athens
      • Pandora’s Box
      • The Torments of Love
      • To Constantine Bakeas
      • Orpheus
      • On Everything Under the Sun and More
      • On Crocodile Cladas
      • Adelaïs of the Hierophants
      • Belisarius
      • Paraphasia or The Vale of Roseries
    • From: Man: The Measure (2005)
      • Man: the Measure
      • Confessions of the Land, of the Sea
  • Notes to the Poems
  • Biographical Data
  • Index of Greek Poems

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