Seferis


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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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Seferis, "Characterization of VARTM resin candidates for commercial airplane applications," in Proceedings of the 33rd International SAMPE Technical Conference, pp.1368-1378, 2001.
En ambas facetas ha sido reconocido con varios Premios Nacionales: el de Poesia en 2005 por su coleccion [phrase omitted], y de Ensayo en 1980, por su tesis sobre el poeta Yorgos Seferis, [phrase omitted] (The Poet and the Dancer) y de nuevo en 1995 por su estudio [phrase omitted].
George Seferis (1900-1971) was born in Urla, near Smyrna (now Izmir, Turkey).
/ 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).
By George Seferis. Translated and edited by Roderick Beaton.
The Nobel Prize-winning Greek Poet George Seferis once said, "Our country is small, but our tradition is vast." One of the smallest countries ever to host the world's largest sporting event, Greece will face many challenges when the Olympic Games return home this summer.
Seferis, Proceedings 6th Technical Conference, American Society for Composites, 6, 53 (1991)
Seferis, Georgeoriginal name Gio^Orgios Stylianou Seferiades also spelled Yeoryios Stilianou Sepheriades (b.
As far as what artists read, right now I'm doing a Cy Twombly exhibition, and his acquaintance with every thing from ancient Greek lyric poetry through Marlowe, Keats, and Mallarme to Modern poets I hadn't read, like George Seferis and C.