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      • English and Greek.Title on added t.p.: Endeka thalassopetres gia ton Giannē Ritso.

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        LC Classifications1987
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 117 p. :
        Number of Pages76
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        ISBN 10nodata
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A romantic universe emerges, enchants us through its mdefiniable charm and its air of novelty, we draw closer and discover the world of Aristotle. Emir Rodriguez Monegal Ibarbourou Marcel Moussy North African David J. Braem Jens Lowry Wilhelm Braun Musi! Johnston Gascoyne Joseph Jones New Zealand Literature Brigitte Kahr Lon Andree Kail Gary Carl Keilhau Grieg Hamsun Heiberg Hugh Kenner Joyce Elizabeth M.

and Stefan Hermlin b 1915forced to leave their country during the thirties, have earned a rightful place m Western anthologies Nature poetry especially, in the manner of Lehmann and cultivated by Huchel, Bobrowski qq v and Christa Reimg b 1926has flourished But in general there has been a dearth of technical experimentation The drama and novel have also remained traditional The East German theater, includ- ing its most promising young dramatist, Peter Hacks b 1928has not progressed beyond Brecht at his most ideological The prose ad- heres to the socialist realism exemplified, at its best, by older novelists like Arnold Zweig 27 GERMAN LITERATURE GERMAN LITERATURE q v and Anna Seghers, who, like Becher and Huchel, returned to East Germany after the years of exile.

1958McCarthy, MSights and Spec- tacles, 1937-1958 1959Buonaventura, A, Religious Ideas in the Novels of G G. 1963Bree, G, G 1963Hytier, J. 8 His approach to the theatre was always fastidiously through the ear rather than the eye The action pro- ceeds from within the language.

G et les religions de la terre 1938Marion, B, J.who was also well known as a narrative writer, laid its foundations with his psycho- logically based dramas of society The leading personality m Greek drama is Spyros Melas b 1882his existing plots, rich in conflict, proved very successful on the stage As a writer of short stories and historical biographies, Melas is also fascinating for his expressive language and his unforced character drawing Other dramatists are Tersakis, whose tragedies on Byzantine themes were very well received, Prevelakis, Alekos Lidonkis, Vassilis Rotas, Iakobos Kambanelhs, and last but not least Kazantzakis and Sikelianos A number of critics and essayists have been closely connected with creative writing and the promotion of literary life These include Yannis Apostolakis, I M Panayotopulos, Aemihos Churmusios, Alkis Thrylos, Kleoon Paraschos, K D.

1934Butler, E M, The Tyranny of Greece over Germany 1935 ; Ben- rath, H, S G. A Critical Study 1967 R. Townsend Earle E Stevens Galsworthy Golding Otto Turecek Josef Strelka Hostovsky Nezval Kastner, Erich Ltliencron Frederick Ungar Gleb Struve Kraus Gerd Van Bebber Kaverin Morris Leonov Stanley Stuart John Van Eerde Malaparte McCullers Vilho Suomi Kilpi Fernand Vial Montherlant Alonso Zamora Vicente Joseph H Summers Grau Delgado Maragall i Gonna Muir Marquma XIV CONTRIBUTORS TO VOLUME 2 John B, Vickery Graves Robert B Voitle Nm Werner Vordtnede Macaulay Ernst Waldinger Herrmann-Neisse Florence L Eleven sea-stones for Yannis Ritsos Nash Howard W.

Niederauer Louys Maeterlinck Elisabeth Nonnenmacher Hviezdoslav Jesensky Kukucin Otto Oberholzer Norwegian Literature Helmut Olles Gascar Kurt Opitz Jahnn Ants Oras Hindrey Harold Orel Lindsay Millay Sergio Pacifici Moravia Karl O.

Gradually, one begins to realize that he harks back to a tradition that came before Gongonsm or Euphuism, the Platonic tradition of Fray Luis Literature in our time is only too full of dark mazes and of harrowing involutions, the poems of J Gthough signally and splendidly modem, breathe a serenity and a tenderness that have something of the godlike about them Precision and infinitude, as of music, are their constant gift to the reader.

icheskiye tzvety 1908Zhemchuga 1910Chuzhoye nebo 1912Kolchan 1916Kostior 1918Mik: Afrikanskaya poerna 1918Ditya Allakha Arabskaya skazka 1918Shatior. JOHNSTON GENET, Jean French novelist, dramatist, and poet, b 19 Dec 1910, Paris An illegitimate child who was abandoned soon after birth, G was reared by peasants m central France At fifteen he was accused of stealing a small sum of money and sentenced to the famous reformatory at Mettray He es- caped and subsequently joined the Foreign Legion After deserting from the Legion, he wandered as a tramp for many years through much of North Africa and most of the coun- tries of Europe, earning a living chiefly by black-marketeermg, smuggling, and theft He has spent many terms in various prisons, today he lives as a bookseller m Pans.

His Eleven sea-stones for Yannis Ritsos and Art 1965Mauriac, CConversa- tions with A G. wrote formally excellent panoramic novels with a wealth of characters Manolis Karagatsis 1908- 60 1960 is a neorealist of forceful, bold style and manner.

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: G Selections 1965 BIBLIOGRAPHY Michelfelder, CJ. Printed in the United States of America Library of Congress Catalog Card Number: 67-13615 Board of Advisers GERMAINE BRfiE Professor of French University of Wisconsin, Madison FRENCH LITERATURE GLAUCO CAMBON Professor of English and of Comparative Literature Rutgers University ITALIAN LITERATURE GEORGE GIBIAN Professor of Russian Literature Cornell University SLAVIC LITERATURES CLAUDIO GUILLfiN Professor of Literature University of California, San Diego SPANISH LITERATURE THOMAS R Eleven sea-stones for Yannis Ritsos Professor of Romance Languages University of Oregon BRAZILIAN AND PORTUGUESE LITERATURES C.

1957Bdsne 1957Ma- gicka moc poesie 1958Mdje a prosmce 1959Oczekiwanie 1959F H detem 1961 BIBLIOGRAPHY Vaclavek, BF H 1934 GUNTHER WYTRZENS HALBE, Max German dramatist and narrative writer, b 4 Oct 1865, Guttland near Danzig, d.

associated himself briefly with surrealism qv The pub- lication of Cotydon 1924, privately pub m 1911, Eng, nd. had attained a peak of symbolist formalism which he maintained, without significant development, until his death in 1933.Situations I 1947Alberes, R MEsthetique et morale chez J.