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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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Poco des pues, una persona muy querida puso en mis manos el primer libro de Odysseas Elytis que lei, Camino privado, seguido de Avante despacio, un pequeno volumen --apenas unas treinta paginas en el segundo tomo de la obra en prosa de Elytis, En blanco-- escrito en esa prosa ensayistica y poetica del noble griego, y que desperto en mi con mucha fuerza el deseo y entusiasmo --palabra muy griega-- por pasarlo al espanol, literalmente con el unico animo de compartir aquello que me habia fascinado.
Perhaps only in the realm of the imagination is that possible, where we hope for the kind of balance Odysseas Elytis praises - and perhaps absolution.
El autor de Alto Horno ha mantenido con Odysseas Elytis una amistad que duro hasta su muerte.
Tony leafs through his notes -- he's prepared for the interview -- and gives me a quote from poet Odysseas Elytis, the "three T's" which hold the key to success: boldness, talent and luck, all three words beginning with 'T' in Greek.
The men behind the poems which led Papadopoulos to create this anthology are Roberto Juarroz, Rene Char, Paul Celan, Octavio Paz, Pablo Neruda, Andreas Ebirikou, Odysseas Elytis, Cesare Pavese, R.
Theodorakis wrote folk music to accompany the lyrics of award-winning poets such as Yiannis Ritsos, George Seferis (Nobel prize winner in 1963), Pablo Neruda (Nobel prize winner in 1971), and Odysseas Elytis -- who also won the Nobel in 1979.