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Seferis

George. pen name of Georgios Seferiades. 1900--71, Greek poet and diplomat: Nobel prize for literature 1963
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George Seferis (1900-1971) was born in Urla, near Smyrna (now Izmir, Turkey).
Anoranza de ese mundo lleno de dioses del que hablaba Seferis en su libro sobre el estilo griego.
Laced with lyrics from the poems of Mahmoud Darwish and Giorgos Seferis, Moultaka's composition was performed by the Orchestre du Lycee Racine and the Antonine University choir with soprano Nadine Nassar.
He told George Seferis, Greece's first Nobel Prize winner for literature, that his guide's death was probably the lowest point of his life.
Poetas como traductologos: el caso de los Premios Nobel Griegos Yorgos Seferis
A', 1940), au debut de la Seconde Guerre Mondiale et dans un climat d'angoisse, de stress et d'audace, Georges Seferis (11) va encore plus loin en faisant crucifier la Sirene au gouvernail du bateau.
Twombly has sought inspiration from and paid homage to a great list of poets: Archilochus, Catullus, Cavafy, Dickinson, Eliot, Homer, Keats, Olson, Ovid, Pessoa, Pope, Pound, Rilke, Sappho, Seferis, Shelley, Spenser, Valery and Virgil are just a few of those who have featured (many more than once) in Twombly's work.
Next, Joe Kishton creatively renders Dali's impact on Miller, Finn Jensen explores Miller's relationship with George Seferis, and Harry Kiakis gives readers another installment from his diary.
In his influential essay on Cavafy's poetics, the main proponent of this thesis, George Seferis writes:
Poems are arranged by historical period, from classical antiquity to the twentieth century, and include 185 poets, such as Homer, Sappho, Pindar, Aeschylus, Sophocles, Euripides, Vitsentzos Kornaros, Andreas Kalvos, Dionysios Solomos, Georgios Souris, George Seferis, Odysseus Elytis, C.
Those who visit Urla which carry traces of reknown poets Giorgos Seferis and Necati Cumali, should not leave this town without tasting "katmer" and the "staffed squash blossom".
It was falling into the dream as I was coming out of the dream / So our life became one and it will be very difficult for it to separate again," wrote George Seferis about his relationship with art from antiquity (1).