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ePub Greece: A Literary Companion download
Author:
Martin Garrett
ISBN13:
978-0719552007
ISBN:
0719552001
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John Murray Pubs Ltd; First Edition edition (April 1, 1995)
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This slim but erudite volume is just right for the knapsack or jacket pocket. All the old favourites are here, from Byron to Edward Lear. But so too are offbeat delights

This slim but erudite volume is just right for the knapsack or jacket pocket. But so too are offbeat delights. Maria Callas remembers Communists sniping at people waiting for a bus in an Athens suburb on her 21st birthday in 1944

Greece: A Literary Companion.

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Greece : A Literary Companion. Included here are responses to the great, often bloody events of post-classical Greek history: the heroic fights between the Knights of Rhodes and the Turks; the Massacre of Chios; the fiercely resisted German occupation. By (author) Martin Garrett. Travellers are awed by the stern Christ of Daphni, or laugh with Osbert Lancaster at the church in Arta that looks like "an old-fashioned biscuit-box".

Martin Garrett explores the extraordinary history, art and architecture of Venice and the islands of the lagoon. Looking at the legacy of the city's Jewish, Greek, Slav and Armenian minorities, he recalls the exploits of such legendary figures as Casanova and Byron

Martin Garrett explores the extraordinary history, art and architecture of Venice and the islands of the lagoon. Looking at the legacy of the city's Jewish, Greek, Slav and Armenian minorities, he recalls the exploits of such legendary figures as Casanova and Byron. He also assesses the successful struggle to preserve the city in the face of flood and corruption. Kullanıcılar ne diyor?

A Companion to Greek and. has been added to your Cart. This new Companion gives a hearty boost to the ‘Weare winning!’ camp, in its sustained engagement with thisimportant issu. nd also in its sheer energy and vivacity

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Martin Garrett is a lifelong aficionado of 19th-century English literature. His previous books include Greece: A Literary Companion and Mary Shelley: A Chronology. Библиографические данные. George Gordon, Lord Byron British Library writers' lives.

In Greece: A Literary Companion Garrett focuses on post-classical Greece and provides a light and idea-filled history of events and places as. .Garrett's Traveller's Literary Companion to Italy is part of a series of similar books.

In Greece: A Literary Companion Garrett focuses on post-classical Greece and provides a light and idea-filled history of events and places as seen through the eyes of such writers as Henry Miller, Arnold Toynbee, and Edward Lear.

The Cambridge Companions to Literature and Classics form a book series published by Cambridge University Press. Each book is a collection of essays on the topic commissioned by the publisher. Topics Theatre History by David Wiles and Christine Dymkowski African American Theatre by Harvey Young Piers Plowman by Andrew Cole and Andrew Galloway. Cambridge Companions.