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Cover: Counter-Diaspora: The Greek Second Generation Returns “Home”Counter-Diaspora: The Greek Second Generation Returns “Home”Christou, Anastasia
King, Russell
HARDCOVER10/19/2015$75.00
Cover: Greek Mythologies: Antiquity and SurrealismGreek Mythologies: Antiquity and SurrealismYatromanolakis, DimitriosHARDCOVER06/02/2014$65.00
Cover: Music and Cultural Politics in Greek and Chinese Societies, Volume 1: Greek AntiquityMusic and Cultural Politics in Greek and Chinese Societies, Volume 1: Greek AntiquityYatromanolakis, DimitriosHARDCOVER08/27/2012$65.00
Cover: The Shackles of Modernity: Women, Property, and the Transition from the Ottoman Empire to the Greek State, 1750-1850The Shackles of Modernity: Women, Property, and the Transition from the Ottoman Empire to the Greek State, 1750-1850Doxiadis, EvdoxiosHARDCOVER02/13/2012$55.00Currently unavailable
Cover: Imagination and <i>Logos</i>: Essays on C. P. CavafyImagination and Logos: Essays on C. P. CavafyRoilos, PanagiotisHARDCOVER10/30/2010$55.00
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