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Elytis

Odysseus, real name Odysseus Alepoudelis. 1912--96, Greek poet, author of the long poems Axion Est (1959) and Maria Nefeli (1978): Nobel prize for literature 1979
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I was particularly impressed with Petros, a rather indifferent child, and the way he approached a poem by Elytis.
I recall one of my favourite poems (which I know by heart) by the Greek poet Odysseus Elytis (1998: xxvii in Anoint the Ariston) and think about the way a Western logic does not nurture vulnerability or gentleness:
Greek poet and Nobel Laureate Odysseus Elytis (1911-1996) wrote that "poetry begins there where death has not the final word" (qtd.
yiddish Singer (1904-1991) Shosha, Yentl: el muchacho de la yeshiva 1979 Odysseus Elytis Grecia griego (1911-1996) El Sol soberano, Orientaciones 1980 Czestaw Mitosz Polonia/ EE.
You don't need to have been to Greece often to know that the land's memory, the love of the language sung from Homer to Elytis, the devotion to Orthodoxy and the popular folklore still feed off nostalgia for Constantinople: the Benaki collection's Hellenism gives us access to this love in its most serene form, in which art serves as identity's caretaker.
The apophatic seems essential to the poetic thinking of Odysseus Elytis (1911-1996).
Elytis casts the pomegranate tree into a poetic symbol of vitality and of the power of sunlight, which is open to rewritings at the hands of contemporary Chinese poets.
A diferencia de Alfonso Reyes, el maestro de quien tuvo que tomar distancia, Garcia Terres fue a Grecia y nos inicio en el griego moderno y en sus poetas: Cavafis, Elytis, Sikelianos, Embirikos y Seferis.
The Copper Canyon list includes such poets as Olga Broumas, Hayden Carruth, Cyrus Cassells, Odysseas Elytis, Carolyn Kizer, Thomas McGrath, Cesare Pavese, Kenneth Rexroth, and Eleanor Wilner.
Elytis, son los unicos que se iniciaron de verdad en los misterios gozosos del surrealismo, con sus medio-tertulias literarias medio-jolgorios, en casa de A.
Yet Montale, Elytis, Laxness, Prudhomme and Bjornson all won it, even though they weren't even household names in their own household.
Yet, strange juxtapositions need not blot out all hope, and there is ample reason to recall and reaffirm a line by the Greek poet Odysseus Elytis: "Those who committed evil have been taken up by a black cloud" (Odysseus Elytis, Selected Poems, 1981, p.