CENSUS

Check-list of ENglish Language Sources Useful in the Study of Modern Greek Literature (1824-1987), κατάλογος βιβλίων ελλήνων συγγραφέων τα οποία έχουν μεταφραστεί στην αγγλική γλώσσα και έχουν εκδοθεί σε βιβλίο στην περίοδο 1824-1987.

Επιμέλεια Census: Dia M. L. Philippides

 

CENSUS of Modern Greek Literature:
Check-list of ENglish Language Sources Useful in the Study of Modern Greek Literature (1824-1987).
New Haven: Modern Greek Studies Association, 1990.


Alexiou, Georgia

7.8 Alexiou, Georgia. Thorn / Αγκάθι. Poems. Reginald Witt, tr. London: Zeno Booksellers and Publishers, 1977. 86 p. Bilingual edition.

Anagnostakis, Manolis (b. 1925)

7.12 Anagnostakis, Manolis. The Target: Selected Poems. Kimon Friar, tr. and intro. New York: Pella Publishing Company, 1980. 135 p. Bilingual edition.

Analytis, Panagiotis

7.19 *Analytis, Panagiotis. Hymns to the Philosophy of Nature. Poems. Athens, 1977.

Angelaki-Rooke, Katerina (b. 1939)

7.20 Anghelaki-Rooke, Katerina. Beings and Things on Their Own: Poems by Katerina Anghelaki-Rooke. Katerina Anghelaki-Rooke and Jackie Willcox, trs. Brockport, N.Y.: Boa Editions, 1986. 47 p.

7.21 Anghelaki-Rooke, Katerina. The Body is the Victory and the Defeat of Dreams. Philip Ramp, tr. San Francisco: The Wire Press, 1975. 79 p. Bilingual edition.

Anthias, Tefkros (1903-1968)

7.30 *Anthias, Tefkros. Cyprus Village Tales. Antoinette Diamantis, tr. Nicosia, 1942. 53 p.

7.31 *Anthias, Tefcros. The Elegy of Haido. A Theatrical Intermedium from The Cyprus Tragedy. Jack Lindsay, tr.; Daphne Mavrovouniotis, illustr. London: Anthias, 1966. 29 p.

7.32 *Anthias, Tefcros. Greece, I Keep my Vigil over You. Rhapsody. Jack Lindsay, tr.; Daphne Mavrovouniotis, illustr. London: Anthias, 1968. 39 p.

7.33 *Anthias, Teukros. The Human Epic. Epico-Lyric Poem. A. Raysson, tr. London: Flame, 1949. 30 p.

7.34 *Anthias, Tefcros. The Song of the Earth. Philip L. Nicolaides, tr. London: Union Publishers, 1952. 70 p. Also Johannesburg, 1952. 68 p.

7.35 *Anthias, Tefcros. A Trip to the Sun. Children's play in three acts with four songs. Rae Dalven, tr. London: Flame, 1954. 61 p.

Antoniou, Takis (b. 1932)

7.38 Antoniou, Takis. First Trilogy, 1976-1979. M.B. Raizis, tr. 2 vols. Athens: Epopteia Publications Ltd., 1980. Vol. A: 189 p.; Vol. B: 259 p.

7.39 Antoniou, Takis. Genesis und Tod / Genesis and Death. M. Byron Raizis, tr. (from Greek into English) and intro. Athens, 1980. 107 p. Bilingual German/English.

Athanasiadis, Nikos (b. 1904)

7.43 *Athanassiades, Nikos. A Naked Girl. Stephanos Zotos, tr. New York: Orion Press, 1968. 217 p.

Averof-Tositsas, Evangelos (1910-1990)

7.44 Averoff-Tossizza, Evangelos. By Fire and Axe: The Communist Party and the Civil War in Greece, 1944-1949. Sarah Arnold Rigos, tr. New Rochelle, N.Y.: Caratzas Brothers, 1978. 438 p.

7.45 Averoff-Tossizza, Evangelos. The Call of the Earth. A Novel. Andre Michalopoulos, tr. New Rochelle, N.Y.: Caratzas Brothers, Publishers, 1981. 305 p.

Baras, Alexandros (1906-1990)

7.48 Baras, Alexandros. The Yellow House and Other Poems (1933-1973). Yannis Goumas, tr. Winchester, Hampshire, England: Green Horse Publications, 1974. 80 p.

Capetanakis, Demetrios (1912-1944)

7.54 Demetrios Capetanakis: A Greek Poet in England. John Lehmann, intro. London: John Lehmann, 1947. 183 p.
This book contains all that he wrote in English during his stay in England. Also contains essays about the poet by Panayiotis Canellopoulos, William Plomer, and Edith Sitwell.

7.55 Capetanakis, Demetrios. The Isles of Greece and Other Poems. Edith Sitwell, intro. Athens: Denise Harvey & Company, 1981. 38 p.
Original in English.

7.56 The Shores of Darkness: Poems and Essays by Demetrios Capetanakis. John Lehmann, intro. New York: The Devin-Adair Company, 1949. 183 p.
Contains the same material as Demetrios Capetanakis: A Greek Poet in England (John Lehmann, intro. London: John Lehmann, 1947) {7.54}.

Capri-Karka, Carmen

7.59 *Capri-Karka, Carmen. The Age of Antipoetry. John Chioles, tr. New York: Athens Printing Co., 1969. 57 p. Bilingual edition.

7.60 *Capri-Karka, Carmen. O Kaimos tis Romiosynis-The Sorrow of Hellenism. Poems 1969-1971. Tr. by the author. New York: "Greek Voice" Publications, 1971. 76 p. Bilingual edition.

7.61 Capri-Karka, C. Love and the Symbolic Journey in the Poetry of Cavafy, Eliot and Seferis. An interpretation with detailed poem-by-poem analysis. New York: Pella Publishing Company, 1982. 374 p.

7.62 Capri-Karka, C. War in the Poetry of George Seferis: A Poem-by-Poem Analysis. New York: Pella Publishing Company, 1985. 235 p.

Cavafy, C.P. (1863-1933)

7.63 Cavafy, C.P. Collected Poems. Edmund Keeley and Philip Sherrard, trs.; George Savidis, ed. Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, 1975. 451 p. Bilingual edition. 6th printing with corrections, 1980; 3rd hardcover printing, with corrections, 1983. Also *London: The Hogarth Press, 1975.
Collection organized chronologically; includes (some) "unpublished" poems.

7.64 Cavafy, C.P. Collected Poems. Edmund Keeley and Philip Sherrard, trs.; George Savidis, ed. Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, 1975. 261 p. Paperback. English only. Also London: The Hogarth Press, 1975 and 1984. 205 p. Reprinted, London: Chatto & Windus, 1978.

7.65 [Cavafy, C.P.] The Complete Poems of Cavafy. Rae Dalven, tr.; W.H. Auden, intro. Expanded edition. New York and London: Harcourt, Brace, Jovanovich, 1976. 311 p. Original edition, New York: Harcourt, Brace & World, Inc., 1961. 234 p. Also *London: The Hogarth Press, 1961. 234 p.; London: Chatto and Windus, 1968.
The poems are grouped: before 1911 and then on a yearly basis from 1911 to 1933. Also includes a collection of 33 early poems and 63 "unpublished" poems.

7.66 *Fourteen Poems by C.P. Cavafy. Chosen and illustrated with twelve etchings by David Hockney; Nikos Stangos and Stephen Spender, trs. London: Alecto Ltd., 1967. Limited edition. 66 unnumbered loose pages.

7.67 *Passions and Ancient Days. New Poems by C.P. Cavafy. Edmund Keeley and George Savidis, eds. and trs. New York: The Dial Press, 1971. 68 p. Bilingual edition. Also with subtitle Twenty One New Poems by C.P. Cavafy. London: The Hogarth Press, 1972. 64 p.
Twenty one of the "unpublished" poems.

7.68 The Poems of C.P. Cavafy. John Mavrogordato, tr.; Rex Warner, intro. New York: Grove Press, 1952. 199 p. Also as Poems by C.P. Cavafy. London: The Hogarth Press, 1951; reissued London: The Hogarth Press / Chatto & Windus, 1971.
Poems are grouped: before 1911 and then on a yearly basis from 1911 to 1933.

7.69 Poems of Constantine Cavafy. George Khairallah, tr. Beirut: Heidelberg Press, 1979. 55 p.

7.70 Cavafy, C.P. Selected Poems. Edmund Keeley and Philip Sherrard, trs. Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, 1972. 98 p.
Contains a selection of the 154 canonical poems along with five "unpublished" poems.

7.71 *Three Poems of Passion by C.P. Cavafy. Edmund Keeley and George Savidis, trs.; Ger van Dijck, illustr. Verona, Italy: Plain Wrapper Press, 1975. 12 p.

Charis, Petros (b. 1902)

7.269 Haris, Petros. The Longest Night: Chronicle of a Dead City. Theodore Sampson, tr. A Nostos Book. Minneapolis, Minn.: North Central Publishing Company, 1985. 128 p.

Chatzopoulou-Karavia, Lia (b. 1932)

7.280 Hadzopoulou-Karavia, Lia. The Silent Piano Keys; Le Lion; Riki. Athens: Editions Bilateral, 1984. 92 p.
The first story is the only one in English in this volume; it occupies pp. 11-28 and has been translated by the author.

Christodoulou, Dimitris (b. 1924)

7.294 Christodoulou, Dimitris. Aegeans, and Other Poems. John A. Goumas, tr. [Athens: J. Makris, 1965]. 67 p.

Chrysanthis, Kypros (b. 1915)

7.298 Chrysanthis, Kypros. The Betrayal: A One-Act Play. Christos Cameris, tr. Nicosia, Cyprus, 1964. 8 p.

7.299 Chrysanthis, Kypros. The Wanderer Ballad [poetry]. Claude Legagneux, tr. [Nicosia, Cyprus: printed by Zavallis Press, 1953]. 23 p.

Cicellis, Kay (b. 1926)

7.300 Cicellis, Kay. The Road to Colonus: A Greek Triptych. London: Secker & Warburg, 1960. 156 p.
Subsequently published in Greek as Ο Δρόμος προς τον Κολωνό: Νουβέλες. Αθήνα: Ερμής, 1979. 190 p.

Decavalles, Andonis (b. 1920)

7.312 Decavalles, Andonis. Pandelis Prevelakis and the Value of a Heritage. A Talk. Theofanis G. Stavrou, ed. and intro. The Second Annual Public Lecture in Modern Greek Studies, Special Collections, University of Minnesota Libraries, Minneapolis. With a supplement "Rhethymno as a Style of Life" by Pandelis Prevelakis [Jean H. Woodhead, tr.] (pp. 37-52). Minneapolis, Minn.: North Central Publishing Company, 1981. 52 p.

7.313 Decavalles, Andonis. Ransoms to Time: Selected Poems. Kimon Friar, tr. with introduction and notes. Rutherford; Madison; Teaneck, N.J.: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press; London and Toronto: Associated University Presses, 1984. 142 p.
Doxas, Takis (1913-1976)

7.325 Doxas, Takis. Light of Olympia. Athan Anagnostopoulos, tr.; George Varlamos, illustr. Athens: privately printed, 1968. 12 unnumbered p. Bilingual edition.

Dragoumi, Julia D. (1858-1937)

7.326 *Dragoumis, Julia D. A Man of Athens. Boston, [Mass.]: Houghton, Mifflin Co., 1917.

7.327 *Dragoumis, Julia D. Tales of a Greek Island. Freeport, N.Y.: Books for Libs. Reprint. Originally: Boston, [Mass.]: Houghton, Mifflin Co., 1912. Second edition, 1925.
First published in English, then in Greek.

7.328 *Dragoumis, Julia D. Under Greek Skies. New York: Dutton and Co., 1913.

Drosinis, Georgios (1859-1951)

7.329 Δροσίνης, Γεώργιος. Amaryllis. E.M. Edmonds, tr. London: T. Fisher Unwin, 1891. 163 p.

7.330 Δροσίνης, Γεώργιος. The Herb of Love. Eliz. M. Edmonds, tr. London: T. Fisher Unwin; New York: Tait, Sons and Company, 1892. 223 p.

7.331 Stories from Fairyland by George Drosines and The Cup of Tears and Other Tales by Aristotle Kourtidos. Translated from the Greek by Mrs. Edmonds. The Children's Library, Vol. 3. London: T. Fisher Unwin, 1892. 153 p.

Eftaliotis, Argyris (1849-1923)

7.334 Ephtaliotis, Argyris. Tales from the Isles of Greece, being Sketches of Modern Greek Peasant Life. W.H.D. Rouse, tr. from the Greek of Argyris Ephtaliotis. London: J.M. Dent & Co., 1897. 231 p.


Eligia, Giosef (1901-1931)

7.337 Poems by Joseph Eliyia. Rae Dalven, tr. New York: Anatolia Press, 1944. 205 p. Bilingual.

Elytis, Odysseas (b. 1911)

7.338 Elytis, Odysseus. Το Άξιον Εστί / The Axion Esti. Edmund Keeley and George Savidis, trs. and notes. An International Poetry Forum Selection. Pittsburgh, Pa.: University of Pittsburgh Press, 1974. 159 p. Bilingual edition.
Out of print in 1986.

7.339 Elytis, Odysseus. Το Άξιον Εστί / The Axion Esti. Edmund Keeley and George Savidis, trs. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 1974. 159 p. Second printing: 1979. 87 p. English only. Also London: Anvil Press Poetry, 1980. 102 p. English only.

7.340 *Clear Days. Poems by Palamas and Elytis in versions by Nikos Tselepides. Portland, Oreg.: Press-22, 1972. [54 p.] Unpaged.

7.341 Elytis, Odysseus. Maria Nephele: A Poem in Two Voices. Athan Anagnostopoulos, tr. Boston, [Mass.]: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1981. 74 p.

7.342 Elitis, Odysseas. Ωδή στη Σαντορίνη. Με ένα σχέδιο του Γεράσιμου Στέρη. Αθήνα: Αρχείο Θηραϊκόν Μελετών -- Συλλογή Δημήτρη Τσίτουρα, 1984. Ode to Santorini. Edmund Keeley and Philip Sherrard, trs. With a Drawing by Gerassimos Steris. Athens: Archive of Santorini Studies-Dimitris Tsitouras Collection, 1984. A folio edition of 8 loose sheets. Bilingual edition.
Translation is on pp. 6-7.

7.343 *Elytis, Odysseus. Poems. Nanos Valaoritis, tr. with an intro. San Francisco: Wire Press, 1982.

7.344 Elytis, Odysseus. Selected Poems. Edmund Keeley and Philip Sherrard, eds. and intro.; Edmund Keeley, George Savidis, Philip Sherrard, John Stathatos, Nanos Valaoritis, trs. New York: The Viking Press and Penguin Books, 1981. 114 p. Also London: The Anvil Press, 1981.

7.345 Elytis, Odysseus. The Sovereign Sun: Selected Poems. Kimon Friar, tr., intro. and notes. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1974. 200 p. Reissued in 1980.

7.346 What I Love: Selected poems of Odysseus Elytis. Olga Broumas, tr. Port Townsend, Washington: Copper Canyon Press, 1986. 96 p. Bilingual edition.

Embirikos, Andreas (1901-1975)

7.430 Embiricos, Andreas. Amour, Amour: Writings or Personal Mythology. Nanos Valaoritis, intro.; Nikos Stangos and Alan Ross, trs. Drawings by Minos Argyrakis. London: Alan Ross, 1966. 167 p.

7.431 Two Stories: Argo, or the Voyage of a Balloon by Andreas Embiricos. Nikos Stangos and David Plante, trs. We Killed Mangy-Dog by Luis Bernado Honwana. Dorothy Guedes, tr. from the Portuguese. London Magazine Editions, 12. London: Alan Ross, 1967. 106 p.
The Embiricos story is on pp. 5-50.

Engonopoulos, Nikos (1910-1985)

7.442 *Engonopoulos, Nikos. Bolivar. James Laughlin, tr. New York: New Directions, 1960.

Fakinos, Aris (b. 1935)

7.453 *Fakinos, Aris. The Marked Men. Jacqueline Lapidus, tr. from the French; Helen Kazantzakis, foreword. New York: Liveright, 1971. 249 p.

Fostieris, Antonis (b. 1953)

7.457 Fostieris, Andonis. The Devil Sang in Tune and Dark Eros (and Poetry within Poetry). Kimon Friar, tr. Contemporary Poets Series, 3. San Jose, Calif.: Realities Library, 1984. 30 p. + 30 p. (The two works are bound back to back in the same volume.)

Ganas, Michalis (b. 1944)

7.458 *Ghanas, Mihalis. Concerning the Ascension. John Stathatos, tr. Somerset: Bran's Head Books, 1984.

Gatsos, Nikos (b. 1915)

7.461 *Gatsos, Nikos. Amorgos. Sally Purcell, tr. London: Other Poetry Editions, 1980. 8 p.

7.462 Gatsos, Nikos. Amorgos. Sally Purcell, tr. Athens: Zodion Press, 1986. 17 p.

Gonatas, E.C. (b. 1924)

7.478 *Gonatas, E.C. Some Prose Works. J.C. Stathatos, tr. Montreal: Anthelion Press, 1968. 20 p.

Goudelis, Giannis (b. 1921)

7.479 *Goudelis, Yannis. Nero the Sensitive: A Play. Taki Votoras, tr.; Athens: Difros, 1977. 86 p.

Goulimi, Alki

7.481 *Goulimis, Alki. The Mystery of the Golden Lily. Peter Megann, tr.; David Smee, illustr. Leicester: Brockhampton Press, 1971. 152 p.

Goumas, Giannis (b. 1940)

7.483 Goumas, Yannis. Athenians Go to Work. Knotting, Bedfordshire: The Sceptre Press, 1978. 41 p.
No translator mentioned.

7.484 Goumas, Yannis. Signing on and Other Poems 1974-1977. Knotting, Bedfordshire: The Sceptre Press, 1977. 48 p.
No translator mentioned.

Haviaras, Stratis (b. 1935)

7.486 Haviaras, Stratis. The Heroic Age. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1984. 352 p. Also: [Great Britain]: Methuen, 1985; A King Penguin. Harmondsworth, Middlesex, England: Penguin Books, 1986. 352 p.
Originally written in English. Translated into Greek as Τα Ηρωικά Χρόνια by Nestoras Chounos. Athens: Εκδόσεις Bell, 1985. 398 p.

7.487 Haviaras, Stratis. When the Tree Sings. Drawings by Fred Marcellino. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1979. 219 p.
Subsequently published in Greek as Όταν τραγουδούσαν τα δέντρα. Athens: Hermes, 1980. 259 p.

Kakavelakis, Dimitris (b. 1927)

7.511 *Kakavelakis, Dimitris. Massa Confusa or A Vision for America. Athan Anagnostopoulos, tr. Contemporary Poetry. Brookline, Mass.: Hellenic College Press, 1982. 50 p.

Kalamaras, Vasso (b. 1932)

7.514 *Kalamaras, Vasso. Bitterness. Six short stories. Reg Durack and the author, trs. Perth, Western Australia: Artlook, 1983. 150 p.

7.515 *Kalamaras, Vasso. Landscape and Soul. Greek-Australian Poems. June Kingdom and the author, trs.; Leonidas Kalamaras, sculptures. Claremont: Claremont Print, 1980. 90 p.

7.516 Kalamaras, Vasso. Other Earth. Four Greek-Australian Stories. Reg Durack and the author, trs.; Ian Wroth, drawings. Fremantle, Western Australia: Fremantle Arts Centre Press, 1977. 116 p. Bilingual edition.

7.517 *Kalamaras, Vasso. Twenty Two Poems. Reg Durack and the author, trs. Daglish, Western Australia, 1977. 56 p.



Kanellopoulos, Panagiotis (1902-1986)

7.529 Kanellopoulos, Panayotis. Ascent to Faith: Essays on Death, Suffering and Faith. Mary P. Gianos, tr. and intro. An Exposition-University Book. New York: Exposition Press, 1966. 101 p.
Revision and expansion of three chapters of the author's Christianity and Our Times (1953), published in Greece.



Karapanou, Margarita (b. 1946)

7.530 Karapanou, Margarita. Kassandra and the Wolf. A Novel. N.C. Germanacos, tr. New York and London: Harcourt, Brace, Jovanovich, 1976. 115 p.



Karatza, Maria G.

7.534 Caradja, Marie G. Mirror of the Past: Sketches from King Otho's Greece. Athens: Mavridis, 1979. 263 p.



Karkavitsas, Andreas (1865-1922)

7.538 Karkavitsas, Andreas. The Beggar. A Novel. William F. Wyatt, Jr, tr. With an Appendix on Andreas Karkavitsas and Nineteenth Century Greek Literature (pp. 157-187) by P.D. Mastrodemetres. New Rochelle, N.Y.: Caratzas Brothers, Publishers, 1982. 191 p.



Karoussou, Despo

7.546 *Karoussou, Despo. Αντίλαλοι της Αβύσσου: Ποιήματα. Echoes of the Abyss: Poems. Philip Ramp, tr. Athens, 1985.



Katselli, Rina (b. 1938)

7.564 Catselli, Rina. Blue Whale. Mary Ioannides, tr. Nicosia, Cyprus: Kyrenia Municipality Edition, 1983. 81 p.

7.565 Catselli, Rina. Refugee in my Homeland: Cyprus 1974. David Bailey, tr. Lucy MacLaurin, ed. Nicosia, Cyprus: Printed for the Kyrenia Flower Show, 1979. 66 p.



Kavvadias, Nikos (1910-1975)

7.570 The Collected Poems of Nikos Kavadias. Gail Holst Warhaft, tr. Amsterdam: Adolf M. Hakkert, 1987. 256 p. Bilingual edition.



Kazantzakis, Nikos (1883-1957)

7.575 Kazantzakis, Nikos. Alexander the Great. A Novel. Theodora Vasils, tr. Virgil Burnett, illustr. Athens, Ohio and London: Ohio University Press, 1982. 222 p.

7.576 Kazantzakis, Nikos. Buddha. Kimon Friar and Athena Dallas-Damis, trs.; Michael Tobias, pref.; Peter Bien, intro. San Diego, [Calif.]: Avant Books, 1983. 172 p.

7.577 Kazantzakis, Nikos. Christ Recrucified. See The Greek Passion .

7.578 *Kazantzakis, Nikos. Christopher Columbus. A play. Athena Gianakas-Dallas, tr. Kentfield, Calif.: Allen Press, 1972. 79 p. Limited ed.: 140 copies.

7.579 Kazantzakis, Nikos. England. A Travel Journal. Amy Mims, tr. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1965. 284 p. Also Oxford: Bruno Cassirer, 1971.

7.580 Kazantzakis, Nikos. The Fratricides. A Novel. Athena Gianakas-Dallas, tr. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1964. 254 p. Also Oxford: Bruno Cassirer, 1967. London: Faber and Faber, 1974. 254 p.

7.581 Kazantzakis, Nikos. Freedom or Death. A Novel. Jonathan Griffin, tr.; A. den Doolaard, pref. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1956. 433 p. Published in England as Freedom and Death. Oxford: Bruno Cassirer; London: Faber and Faber, 1956. 472 p. Also London: Faber and Faber, 1966. 472 p.

7.582 Kazantzakis, Nikos. God's Pauper, St. Francis of Assisi. See Saint Francis.

7.583 Kazantzakis, Nikos. The Greek Passion. A Novel. Jonathan Griffin, tr. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1954. 432 p. Second printing, 1959. Also New York: Ballantine Books, 1965. 511 p. Published in England as Christ Recrucified. A Novel. Jonathan Griffin, tr. *Oxford: Bruno Cassirer; London: Faber and Faber, 1954. 470 p. 2nd edition, Oxford: Bruno Cassirer, 1960. 470 p. Also London: Faber and Faber, 1962. 470 p. Reprinted 1963, 1966.

7.584 Kazantzakis, Nikos. Japan, China. A Journal of Two Voyages to the Far East: 1935 and 1957. George C. Pappageotes, tr.; Helen Kazantzakis, epilogue. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1963. 382 p. Published in England as Travels in China & Japan. Oxford: Bruno Cassirer, 1964. 382 p.; London: Faber and Faber, 1964.

7.585 Kazantzakis, Nikos. Journey to the Morea. F.A. Reed, tr.; Alexander Artemakis, photographs. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1965. 190 p. Published in England as Travels in Greece, Journey to the Morea. Oxford: Bruno Cassirer, 1966.

7.586 Kazantzakis, Nikos. Journeying: Travels in Italy, Egypt, Sinai, Jerusalem and Cyprus. Themi Vasils and Theodora Vasils, trs. Boston and Toronto: Little, Brown and Company, 1975. 201 p. Also San Francisco: Creative Arts Books Co. (Donald S. Ellis, Publisher), 1984.

7.587 Kazantzakis, Nikos. The Last Temptation of Christ. A Novel. Peter A. Bien, tr. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1960. 506 p. Also New York: Bantam Books, 1961. 496 p. Published in England as The Last Temptation. With a Translator's Note on the Author and his Language (pp. 509-518). Oxford: Bruno Cassirer, 1961. 519 p.; *Oxford: Bruno Cassirer; London: Faber and Faber, 1975.

7.588 Kazantzakis, Nikos. The Odyssey: A Modern Sequel. Kimon Friar, tr. into English verse, intro., synopsis, and notes. Illustrations by Ghika. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1958. 824 p. Also London: Secker and Warburg, 1958.

7.589 Kazantzakis, Nikos. Report to Greco. Peter A. Bien, tr. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1965. 512 p. Also, Oxford: Bruno Cassirer; London: Faber and Faber, 1965. New York: Bantam Books, 1971. 495 p. London: Faber and Faber, 1973.

7.590 Kazantzakis, Nikos. The Rock Garden. A Novel. Richard Howard, tr. from the French. Passages from The Saviors of God. Kimon Friar, tr. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1963. 251 p.

7.591 Kazantzakis, Nikos. Saint Francis. A Novel. Peter A. Bien, tr. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1962. 379 p. Published in England as God's Pauper: Saint Francis of Assisi. A Novel. Oxford: Bruno Cassirer, 1962. 390 p. Oxford: Cassirer; London: Faber and Faber, 1975.

7.592 Kazantzakis, Nikos. The Saviors of God: Spiritual Exercises. Kimon Friar, tr. and intro. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1960. 143 p.

7.593 Kazantzakis, Nikos. Serpent and Lily. A Novella, with a Manifesto, "The Sickness of the Age". Theodora Vasils, tr., intro. and notes. Berkeley; Los Angeles; London: University of California Press, 1980. 117 p.

7.594 Kazantzakis, Nikos. Spain. Amy Mims, tr. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1963. 254 p.

7.595 Kazantzakis, Nikos. The Suffering God: Selected Letters to Galatea and to Papastephanou. Philip Ramp and Katerina Anghelaki Rooke, trs.; Katerina Anghelaki Rooke, intro. New Rochelle, N.Y.: Caratzas Brothers, 1979. 114 p.

7.596 Kazantzakis, Nikos. Symposium. Theodora Vasils and Themi Vasils, trs. New York: Thomas Y. Crowell Company, 1974. 97 p. Also New York: Minerva Press, 1974. 97 p.

7.597 Kazantzakis, Nikos. Three Plays. Athena Gianakas-Dallas, tr. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1969. 285 p.
Χριστόφορος Κολόμβος, Μέλισσα Κούρος.

7.598 Kazantzakis, Nikos. Toda Raba. Amy Mims, tr. from the French. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1964. 220 p.

7.599 Kazantzakis, Nikos. Travels in China & Japan. See Japan, China.

7.600 Kazantzakis, Nikos. Travels in Greece, Journey to the Morea. See Journey to the Morea.

7.601 Kazantzakis, Nikos. Two Plays: Sodom and Gomorrah and Comedy: A Tragedy in One Act. Kimon Friar, tr. and intro., with an introduction to Comedy: A Tragedy in One Act by Karl Kerenyi [Peter Bien, tr.] (pp. 93-97). A Nostos Book. [Minneapolis, Minn.]: North Central Publishing Co., 1982. 120 p.
Reprinted from The Literary Review 18, No. 4 (Summer 1975) and 19, No. 2 (Winter 1976) {7.635, 7.636}. The translation of the plays has been slightly revised for this edition.

7.602 Kazantzakis, Nikos. Zorba the Greek. Carl Wildman, tr.; Ian Scott-Kilvert, intro. London: John Lehmann, 1952. Also New York: Simon and Schuster, 1953. 319 p. Oxford: Bruno Cassirer, 1959. London and Boston: Faber and Faber, 1961. 311 p. New York: Ballantine Books, 1964. 346 p.
Only the first edition has the introduction.



Kindynis, Kostas (b. 1932)

7.756 Kindinis, Kostas. Poems: Reinvestigations and Descent from the Cross. Kimon Friar, tr. and pref. A Nostos Book. [Minneapolis, Minn.]: North Central Publishing Company, 1980. 58 p.



Kolokotronis, Theodoros (1770-1843)

7.757 [Kolokotrones, Theodoros.] Kolokotrones, the Klepht and the Warrior: Sixty Years of Peril and Daring: An Autobiography. Mrs. Edmonds, tr. with intro. and notes. With a preface by Monsieur J. Gennadius, Greek envoy to the Court of St. James. London: T. Fisher Unwin, 1892. 317 p.

7.758 Kolokotronis, Th. Memoirs from the Greek War of Independence, 1821-1833. Tr. from the Greek text of G. Tertzetis. E.M. Edmonds, tr. with intro. and notes; John Gennadius, pref. New enlarged American edition with preface, bibliography and, for the first time, completely indexed by George J. Koutris. Chicago: Argonaut Publishers, 1969. 353 p.



Konstantinidou, Loula D. (b. 1917)

7.761 The Anthologized Poetry of Loula D. Constantinidou. Maria P. Hogan, tr. Hicksville, N.Y.: Exposition Press, 1979. 31 p.

7.762 Constantinidou, Loula D. Hellenic Hours; or, It All Happened in Greece: Essays on Free Thought. Maria Papazoglou Hogan, tr. and adapted. New York and Washington: Vantage Press, 1982. 53 p.



Kontos, Giannis(b. 1943)

7.767 Kondos, Yannis. The Bones: Selected Poems 1972-1982. James Stone, tr. Cleveland, Ohio; New York: The Globe Press, 1985. 58 p.

7.768 *Kondos, Yannis. Danger in the Streets. John Stathatos, tr. London: Oxus Press, 1979. 16 p.

7.769 Kondos, Yannis. Mercurial Time and Other Poems. Yannis Goumas, tr. Knotting, Bedfordshire, England: The Sceptre Press, 1978. 43 p.



Kontou, Nana P.

7.778 Kondou, Nana. Voices from Greece. Poems. Anthula Zolder, tr.; supervised by Dr. Herbert Stern. [Greece]: Editions D.O., 1967. 63 p.



Korovesis, Periklis

7.779 Korovessis, Pericles. The Method: A Personal Account of the Tortures in Greece. Les Nightingale and Catherine Patrakis, trs. London: Allison & Busby, 1970. 87 p.
Tr. from the French.



Korres, Manolis (b. 1922)

7.780 *Corres, Manolis. The "Happy Sunset" Rest Home. A satire in three acts. Amy Mims, tr. Athens, n.d. 126 p.
Mimeographed. Not on the market. Available only at the Theatrical Museum in Athens.

7.781 *Corres, Manolis. The Seedy Ward. A satire in two parts and ten scenes. Amy Mims, tr. Athens, 1979. 150 p.
Mimeographed. Not on the market. Available only at the Theatrical Museum in Athens.



Koulis, Vasilis (b. 1928)

7.788 *Koulis, Vasilis. Selected Poems. Nikos Spanias, tr. and pref. Athens: [V. Koulis], 1985. 45 p.



Kountouri, Eleftheria

7.793 *Koundouri, Eleftheria. Futile Songs on the River-banks of the World. Poems. Amy Mims, tr. Athens: I.G. Vasiliu, 1984. 61 p.



Kourtidis, Aristotelis (1858-1928)

7.794 Stories from Fairyland by George Drosines and The Cup of Tears and Other Tales by Aristotle Kourtidos (sic). Translated from the Greek by Mrs. Edmonds. The Children's Library, Vol. 3. London: T. Fisher Unwin, 1892. 153 p.



Koutsocheras, John (b. 1904)

7.795 *Koutsocheras, John P. The March of the Lilies. A Poem. Philip Sherrard, tr. London and Colchester: Hutchinson, 1966. 50 p.

7.796 *Koutsocheras, John P. Men for the Rights of Man Rise. A poetic manifesto. Antigone Kefala, tr. Sydney: Alfa Books, 1974. 80 p. Bilingual edition.



Ladaki-Filippou, Niki (1937)

7.798 Ladaki-Philippou, Niki. The Virgin of the Steps. A Modern Poem. Nicosia, Cyprus, [1967]. 32 p.



Lotris, Konstantinos (1912-1989)

7.803 *Lotris, Konstantinos. The Thief of the Museums. A Novel. Andreas Mavromatis, tr. Athens, 1978. 116 p.



Lymberaki, Margarita (b. 1919)

7.804 Liberaki, Margarita. The Other Alexander. Willis and Halle Tzalopoulou Barnstone, trs. New York: The Noonday Press, 1959. 146 p.



Makrygiannis, Ioannis (1797-1864)

7.806 The Memoirs of General Makrygiannis, 1797-1864. Harold A. Lidderdale, ed. and tr.; C.M. Woodhouse, intro. London: Oxford University Press, 1966. 234 p.



Manglis, Giannis (b. 1909)

7.819 *Manglis, Giannis. Smugglers in the Aegean. Thanasis Maskaleris, tr. New York: Greek Cultural Society, 1967.



Matsas, Nestor (b. 1932)

7.833 *Matsas, Nestor. The Memoirs of Alexander the Great According to the Babylon Manuscript. Fotios K. Litsas, tr. and intro.; Helen Kazantzakis, foreword. Modern Greek Studies Program Series. Chicago, Ill.: University of Illinois at Chicago, 1984. 166 p.



Melissanthi (b. 1910)

7.837 Melissanthi. Hailing the Ascending Morn: Selected Poems. Maria Voelker-Kamarinea, tr. and intro. Athens: Prosperos, 1987. 118 p.



Melissinos, Stavros (b. 1929)

7.839 Melissinos, Stavros. Kavafy, the One String-Lyre Player. [Nicholas Bassett, tr.]. Athens: Mangos Printers, 1979. 126 p.
Includes: "Excerpts on the Poetry of K.P. Kavafy from the Diary of Stavros Melissinos" (pp. 7-50) and Melissinos, "Rubaiyat" (4th edition) (pp. 55-118).

7.840 *Melissinos, Stavros. The Lady and the Gamekeeper. A stage play based on the story "Lady Chatterley's Lover" by D.H. Lawrence. Stavros Melissinos, tr. with the assistance of Carola Matthews. Athens, 1969. 94 p.

7.841 *Melissinos, Stavros. Persian Rubaiyat. F. Ragovin, tr. Athens: Pergamali, 1965. 85 p. Bilingual edition.

7.842 Melissinos, Stavros. Persian Rubaiyat. Nicholas Bassett, tr. Athens: The Author, 1959. 3rd edition, 1968. 95 p. Bilingual version. 5th edition in English as Rubaiyat, 1981. 111 p.; 6th edition as Athenian 'Rubaiyat', 1986. 112 p. The left pages contain the Greek written in the Latin alphabet.



Mitras, Michael (b. 1944)

7.843 *_____ Discretive Transitions. Nottingham: Zenos Publications, 1983. 16 p.



Mitropoulou, Mona (b. 1926)

7.846 *_____ From 'Yellow' to 'Nostos'. David Phillip, tr. London: Narcis, 1974. 46 p.
Montis, Kostas (b. 1914)

7.847 *Montis, Costas. Moments. Translations from the work of a Cypriot Poet by Amaranth Sitas & Charles Dodd. Nicosia, Cyprus: Zavallis Press, 1965. 56 p.



Mourselas, Kostas (b. 1930)

7.851 Mourselas, Costas. The Ear of Alexander. Mary A. Nickles, tr. Athens: Anglo-Hellenic Publishing, 1975. 70 p.

7.852 Mourselas, Costas. Selected Short Plays. Andrew Horton, tr. and intro. Athens: Anglo-Hellenic Publishing, 1975. 123 p.
Contains: This One and ... That One (an original theatrical series of one act sketches); The Lady Doesn't Mourn.



Myrivilis, Stratis (1890-1969)

7.858 Myrivilis, Stratis. Life in the Tomb. Peter Bien, tr. Hanover, N.H.: University Press of New England for Dartmouth College, 1977. 329 p. Reprinted with a new introduction by Peter Levi. Hanover, N.H.: University Press of New England, 1987; London and New York: Quartet Books, 1987. 328 p.

7.859 Myrivilis, Stratis. The Mermaid Madonna. Abbott Rick, tr. New York: Thomas Y. Crowell Press, 1959. 310 p. Also *London: Hutchinson, 1959. 287 p. Reprinted: Athens, Greece: Efstathiadis Group, 1981. 244 p.

7.860 Myrivilis, Stratis. The Schoolmistress with the Golden Eyes. Philip Sherrard, tr. *London: Hutchinson, 1964. 288 p. Athens, Greece: Efstathiadis Group, 1981. 261 p.

7.861 Myrivilis, Stratis. Vasilis Arvanitis. Pavlos Andronikos, tr. Armidale, N.S.W., Australia: The University of New England Publishing Unit, 1983. 112 p.

7.862 *Myrivilis, Stratis. Vasilis Arvanitis. Pan. The Goblins and Other Short Stories. Abbott Rick, tr. New York: The American Library, 1959.

7.863 Myrivilis, S., C. Ouranis, and Z. Papantoniou. Travels in Greece. Peter Andreou, sel. and tr. 1980. 155 p.




Nakou, Lilika (1903-1989)

7.871 *Nakos, Lilika. The Children's Inferno. Stories of the Great Famine in Greece. Alan Ross Macdougall, tr. from the French; Bessie Breuer, intro. Hollywood: Gateway Books, 1946. 234 p.



Ouranis, Kostas (1890-1953)

7.880 Myrivilis, S., C. Ouranis, and Z. Papantoniou. Travels in Greece. Peter Andreou, sel. and tr. 1980. 155 p.



Pagoulatou, Regina

7.885 *Pagoulatou, Regina. Motherhood. Kali Loverdos-Streichler, tr.; Yanni Posnakoff, cover and drawings. New York: Pella Publishing Company, 1985. 87 p. Bilingual edition.

7.886 Pagoulatou, Regina. Pyrrhichios. Poems by Regina Pagoulatou. Apostolos N. Athanassakis, tr.; George Fokas, cover and drawings. New York: Pella Publishing Company, 1979. 111 p. Bilingual edition.

7.887 Pagoulatou, Regina. Transplants. Poems. Apostolos N. Athanassakis, tr.; Despina Magoni, cover and drawings. New York: Pella Publishing Company, 1982. 63 p. Bilingual edition.



Palamas, Kostis (1859-1943)

7.888 *Byron, 1824-1924. Translated from the Greek of Costis Palamas by Ph. Michalopoulos. Athens, 1924. A broadside. 4 p.

7.889 *Clear Days. Poems by Palamas and Elytis in versions by Nikos Tselepides. Portland, Oreg.: Press-22, 1972. [54 p.] Unpaged.

7.890 *Palamas, Kostes. The Grave. Demetrios A. Michalaros, tr. into verse; Louis Roussel, intro. Chicago, Ill.: The American Hellenic Book Publ. Co., 1930. 92 p.

7.891 Palamas, Kostes. A Hundred Voices. Theodore Ph. Stephanides and George C. Katsimbalis, trs. London: The Translators, 1976. 110 p.

7.892 A Hundred Voices and Other Poems from the Second Part of 'Life Immovable' by Kostes Palamas. Aristides E. Phoutrides, tr., intro., notes. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1921. Also *London: Humphrey Milford, Oxford University Press, 1921. 227 p.

7.893 Palamas, Kostes. The King's Flute. Theodore P. Stephanides and George C. Katsimbalis, trs.; Charles Diehl, pref.; E.P. Papanoutsos, intro. Athens, Greece: The Kostes Palamas Institute, 1982. 335 p. Bilingual edition.

7.894 Palamas, Kostes. The King's Flute. Frederic Will, tr. and intro. Lincoln, Nebr.: University of Nebraska Press, 1967. 226 p.

7.895 Palamas, Kostes. Life Immovable (First Part). Aristides E. Phoutrides, tr., intro., notes. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1919. 237 p.

7.896 Palamas, Kostes. A Man's Death. A Story. A.E. Phoutrides, tr.; D.C. Hesseling, foreword. Athens: Printing Office "Hestia", 1934. 59 p.

7.897 Poems by Kostes Palamas. Theodore Ph. Stephanides and George C. Katsimbalis, eds. and trs. London: Hazell, Watson & Viney, 1925. 143 p.

7.898 Palamas, Kostes. Royal Blossom or Trisevyene. A play. Aristides E. Phoutrides, tr. and intro. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1923. 163 p. Also *London: Humphrey Milford, Oxford University Press, 1923. 163 p.

7.899 Palamas, Kostes. Three Poems. Theodore Ph. Stephanides and George C. Katsimbalis, trs. London, published privately, 1969. Printed in Athens: F. Constantinidis & C. Mihalas. 38 p.
Contains: "The Palm Tree"; "The Chains"; "The Satyr or The Song of Nakedness".

7.900 Palamas, Kostis. The Twelve Lays of the Gipsy. George Thomson, tr. and intro. London: Lawrence & Wishart, 1969. 146 p.

7.901 Palamas, Kostes. The Twelve Words of the Gypsy. Theodore Ph. Stephanides and George C. Katsimbalis, trs. London: [published privately], 1974. Printed in Greece by F. Constantinidis and C. Michalas. 194 p.

7.902 Palamas, Kostes. The Twelve Words of the Gypsy. Theodore Ph. Stephanides and George C. Katsimbalis, trs. New edition. Memphis, Tenn.: Memphis State University Press, 1975. 314 p. Bilingual edition.

7.903 The Twelve Words of the Gypsy by Kostes Palamas. Frederic Will, tr. and intro. Lincoln, Nebr.: University of Nebraska Press, 1964. 205 p.



Palamas, Leandros K. (1891-1969)

7.958 Palamas, Leandros K. A Study on the Palm-Tree of Kostes Palamas. Theodore Ph. Stephanides and George C. Katsimbalis, trs. Athens: Printing Office "Hestia", 1931. 27 p.


Panagiotopoulos, I.M. (1901-1982)

7.960 Panayotopoulos, J.M. The Contemporary Man: An Essay on Free Thought. Maria P. Hogan, tr. New York; Washington; Hollywood: Vantage Press, 1970. 101 p.

7.961 Panayotopoulos, J.M. The New Barbarians & the Downfall of Authenticity. Maria P. Hogan, tr. New York; Washington; Atlanta; Hollywood: Vantage Press, 1977. 94 p.



Panagiotounis, Panos N. (b. 1930)

7.967 Panayotounis, Panos N. A Greek Poet. Panos N. Panayotounis. June Kingdon, Vasso Kalamara, Goula Smyrniotis, trs. [Athens?]: Editions D.O., n.d. 15 p.



Papadiamantis, Alexandros (1851-1911)

7.968 Papadiamantis, Alexandros. The Murderess. George X. Xanthopoulides, tr., intro. and notes. London; Athens: Doric Publications Ltd. / "Kathimerini", 1977. 167 p.
Out of print in 1986.

7.969 Papadiamantis, Alexandros. The Murderess. Peter Levi, tr. New York and London: Writers and Readers, 1983. 127 p.

7.970 Papadiamantis, Alexandros. Tales from a Greek Island. Elizabeth Constantinides, tr., intro. and notes. Baltimore and London: The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1987. 176 p.



Papadimitriou, Sakis (b. 1940)

7.981 Papadimitriou, Sakis. The Lift: Prose Writings. Gillian Tweed, tr. Thessaloniki: Diagonios, 1972. 93 p.

7.982 *Papadimitriou, Sakis. The "Other" Piano. Aris Georgiou, photographs. Thessaloniki: "Plus and Minus" Editions, 1983.



Papantoniou, Zacharias (1877-1940)

7.988 Myrivilis, S., C. Ouranis, and Z. Papantoniou. Travels in Greece. Peter Andreou, sel. and tr. 1980. 155 p.



Papastamou, Olga

7.991 *Papastamou, Olga. Ancestral Dynamo. D. Carion, Cali Orfanidi, Ascreo, and Gaston-Henri Aufrere, trs. Athens, 1959. 43 p.

7.992 *Papastamou, Olga. The Apotheosis of the Mind. Daniel Carion, Andre Hammel, Ascreo, Cali Orfanidi, and Gaston-Henri Aufrere, trs. Athens, 1959. 45 p.

7.993 *Papastamou, Olga. Awakened Daffodil. Gaston-Henri Aufrere and Andre Hammel, trs. [Athens?], 1956. 24 p.

7.994 *Papastamou, Olga. Beauty of Life. Gaston-Henri Aufrere and Andre Hammel, trs. Alexandria, Egypt, [1960]. 22 p.

7.995 *Papastamou, Olga. Deep Flames. Henri Boissin, tr. Athens, 1957. 43 p.

7.996 *Papastamou, Olga. Far Beyond Countries. Gaston-Henri Aufrere, Andre Hammel, and Henri Boissin, trs. Athens, 1958. 45 p.

7.997 *Papastamou, Olga. Process of People. Gaston-Henri Aufrere, Andre Hammel, and Ascreo, trs. Athens, 1961. 41 p.

7.998 *Papastamou, Olga. Shady Eyelids. Gaston-Henri Aufrere, Andre Hammel, and Henri Boissin, trs. Athens, 1958. 45 p.

7.999 *Papastamou, Olga. Sun's Fate. Andre Hammel and Henri Boissin, trs. Athens, 1958. 48 p.

7.1000 *Papastamou, Olga. Velvety Breaths [poems]. Gaston-Henri Aufrere, Andre Hammel, Cali Orfanidi, and George Papadimas, trs. Alexandria, Egypt, 1961. 20 p.



Papatsonis, Takis (1895-1976)

7.1001 *Papatsonis, Takis. Ursa Minor and Other Poems. Kimon Friar and Kostas Myrsiades, trs. A Nostos Book. Minneapolis, Minn.: North Central Publishing Company, 1987? 103 p.



Pappas, Angelos

7.1010 *_____ In the Path of the Beast. Stavroula Will, tr. Cleveland, 1952. 238 p.



Parnis, Alexis (b. 1924)

7.1011 *_____ To νησί της Αφροδίτης. The Island of Aphrodite, an International Theatrical Success [a play]. Athens, 1968. 164 p. Illustrated.
Text in Greek, English, French, and German.

7.1012 *_____ Pasternak Highway: The Play. Sophia Ladas, tr. Westlake Village, Calif.: F. & J. Publishing Co., 1977. 97 p.

7.1013 Parnis, Alexis. The Proofreader. A Novel. Thomas Hatton and Byron Raizis, trs. London: Andre Deutsch, 1980. 221 p. Also Athens: Efstathiadis Group, 1986. 221 p.



Paschos, Vasilis Th. (b. 1924)

7.1014 _____ Atlantes, Not the "Gods". John N. Karadelis and Zanettos Tofallis, trs. Athens: Editions "Museum of Atlantis", 1983. 80 p.



Pavlopoulos, George (b. 1924)

7.1018 Pavlopoulos, George. The Cellar. Peter Levi, tr. with an intro. London: Anvil Press Poetry in association with Rex Collings, 1977. 47 p.




Petropoulos, Ilias (b. 1937)

7.1023 _____ A Macabre Song. Testimony of the Goy. Concerning Anti-Jewish Sentiments in Greece. With a Postscriptum by Pierre Vidal-Naquet. Texts translated from the Greek and from the French by John Taylor. Paris, 1985. 32 p.
Loose pages in a folder. The Gennadius Library has No. 6 of 333 numbered copies.



Pikkolos, Nikolaos S. (1792-1866)

7.1030 Piccolos, N.S. The Death of Demosthenes. A tragedy in four acts; in prose. Gregorius Palaeologus of Constantinople, tr. Cambridge: Printed for the Author, and sold by Richard Newby, Trinity Street, 1824. 63 p.



Prevelakis, Pantelis (1909-1986)

7.1055 *_____ Fire in Painting and in Poetry. Philip Sherrard, tr. Athens: Greek Insurance Company "Ethniki", 1963. 54 p.

7.1056 *_____ Nikos Kazantzakis and His Odyssey: A Study of the Poet and the Poem. Philip Sherrard, tr.; Kimon Friar, pref. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1961. 192 p.

7.1057 Prevelakis, Pandelis. The Sun of Death. Abbott Rick, tr.; Henry Miller, pref. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1964. 255 p.

7.1058 *_____ The Sun of Death. Philip Sherrard, tr. Toronto: Macmillan, 1965. 206 p. Also *London: John Murray, 1965. 206 p.

7.1059 _____ The Tale of a Town. Kenneth Johnstone, tr. London; Athens: Doric Publications, 1976. 119 p.



Psychountakis, Giorgos

7.1087 Psychoundakis, George. The Cretan Runner: His Story of the German Occupation. Patrick Leigh Fermor, tr. and intro. Annotated by the translator and Xan Fielding. London: John Murray; Athens: Efstathiadis Group, n.d. 242 p.




Ritsos, Giannis (b. 1909)

7.1089 *Aeschylus and Yannis Ritsos. Trojan Women. The Trojan Women by Aeschylus, and Helen and Orestes by Ritsos. Gwendolyn MacEwen and Nikos Tsingos, trs. Toronto: Exile Editions, 1980.

7.1090 Amichai[, Yehuda] and Yannis Ritsos: Two Long Poems. Travels of a Latter Day Benjamin of Tudela [Ruth Nevo, tr.]; Helen [Nikos and Gwendolyn Tsingos, trs.]. Toronto: The House of Exile, 1976. 114 unnumbered p.

7.1091 *Ritsos, Yannis. Ashy and White. Kimon Friar, tr. San Jose, Calif.: Realities Library, 1983. A card.

7.1092 Ritsos, Yannis. Chronicle of Exile. Minas Savvas, tr. and intro.; Louis Aragon, foreword. Illustrated by the poet. San Francisco: Wire Press, 1977. 93 p.

7.1093 *Ritsos, Yannis. Contradictions. John Stathatos, tr. Rushden, Northamptonshire: Sceptre Press, 1973. 4 p.

7.1094 Ritsos, Yannis. Corridor and Stairs. Nikos Germanacos, tr.; Desmond Egan, intro. The Curragh, Ireland: The Goldsmith Press, 1976. 63 p. Bilingual edition.

7.1095 Ritsos, Yannis. Eighteen Short Songs of the Bitter Motherland. Amy Mims, tr. Illustrated by the poet. Theofanis G. Stavrou, ed. and intro. Minneapolis, Minn.: North Central Publishing Company, 1974. 60 p. Bilingual edition.

7.1096 Ritsos, Yannis. Erotica: "Small Suite in Red Major"; "Naked Body"; "Carnal Word". Kimon Friar, tr. Old Chatham, N.Y.: Sachem Press, 1982. 96 p.

7.1097 Ritsos, Yannis. Exile and Return: Selected Poems 1967-1974. Edmund Keeley, tr. New York: The Ecco Press, 1985. 200 p. Paperback edition, 1987.

7.1098 *Ritsos, Yannis. The Faraway. Ninos Chryssopoulos, tr. Ottawa, 1978. 40 p.

7.1099 *Ritsos, Yannis. 14 Poems. Illustrated by Claudia Lemay; Athan Anagnostopoulos, tr. Boston, Mass.: printed privately, 1977. 16 leaves. Limited edition.

7.1100 The Fourth Dimension. Selected Poems of Yannis Ritsos. Rae Dalven, tr. Boston, Mass.: David R. Godine, 1977. 156 p.
Selections from various poetry collections (not just the Tevtarth Diavstash).

7.1101 Ritsos, Yannis. Gestures and Other Poems 1968-1970. Nikos Stangos, tr. Illustrated by the poet. London and New York: Cape Goliard Press in association with Grossman Publishers, 1971. 88 p.

7.1102 Ritsos, Yannis. The Lady of the Vineyards. Apostolos N. Athanassakis, tr. New York: Pella Publishing Company, 1978. 77 p. Bilingual edition.

7.1103 Ritsos, Yannis. Manifestation of Emptiness. Martin McKinsey, tr. North Cambridge, Mass.: Pomegranate Press, 1979. A broadside. Limited edition.

7.1104 Ritsos, Yannis. Monovasia and The Women of Monemvasia. Kimon Friar, and Kostas Myrsiades, trs. A Nostos Book. Minneapolis, Minn.: North Central Publishing Company, 1987. 67 p.

7.1105 Ritsos, Yannis. The Moonlight Sonata. John Stathatos, tr. New Malden, Surrey: Tangent Books, 1975. 13 p.

7.1106 *Ritsos, Yannis. Philoctetes. Ninos Chryssopoulos, tr. Toronto, 1975. 26 p.

7.1107 *Ritsos, Yannis. Respectful Comparison. Paul Merchant, tr. and printed at the Windmill Hill Press to honour Yannis Ritsos. Birmingham, 8 July 1978. 4 p.

7.1108 *Ritsos, Yannis. Return and Other Poems. Edmund Keeley, tr.; Sidney Chafetz, woodcuts. Birmingham, Ala.: Parallel Editions, Graduate School of Library Science, University of Alabama, 1983. 36 p. Bilingual edition.

7.1109 Ritsos in Parentheses. Edmund Keeley, tr. and intro. Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, 1979. 175 p. Bilingual edition.
Poems from Parentheses (in two groups), written 1946-47 and 1950-61, and The Distant, 1975.

7.1110 Ritsos, Yannis. Romiossini: The Story of the Greeks. O. Laos, tr.; Dan Georgakas, intro.; Gary Elder, ink drawings. Paradise, Calif.: Dust Books, 1969. 39 unnumbered p.

7.1111 Ritsos, Yannis. Romiossini and Other Poems. Dan Georgakas and Heleni Paidoussi, trs. with assistance on individual poems by John Chioles and others. Madison, Wisc.: Quixote Press, 1969. 24 p. Bilingual edition.

7.1112 *Ritsos, Yannis. Romiosyne. Elefterios K. Parianos, tr. Designed and bound by M.C. Caine. London, 1981. 12 p.

7.1113 Ritsos, Yannis. Scripture of the Blind. Kimon Friar and Kostas Myrsiades, trs. and intro. Columbus, Ohio: Ohio State University Press, 1979. 251 p. Bilingual edition.

7.1114 Ritsos, Yannis. Selected Poems. Nikos Stangos, tr.; Peter Bien, intro. Athens: Efstathiadis Group, 1981. 207 p. Originally Harmondsworth, Middlesex, England and Baltimore, Md.: Penguin Books, 1974. The original edition was out of print in 1986.
The introduction by Peter Bien can also be found in his Three Generations of Greek Writers. Introductions to Cavafy, Kazantzakis, Ritsos (Athens: Efstathiadis Group, 1983), pp. 95-125 {5.1}.

7.1115 *Ritsos, Yannis. Smudged Pot. Ninos Chryssopoulos, tr. Toronto, 1975. 22 p.

7.1116 Ritsos, Yannis. Subterranean Horses. Illustrated by the author. Minas Savvas, tr.; Vassilis Vassilikos, intro. Athens, Ohio: Ohio University Press, 1980. 63 p. Also *Chicago: International Poetry Forum, 1980. 63 p.

7.1117 *Ritsos, Yannis. Twelve for Cavafis. Kimon Friar, tr. San Jose, Calif.: Realities Library, 1985. 12 p.



Rodokanaki, C.P.

7.1291 *Rodocanachi, C.P. Forever Ulysses. A Novel. Patrick Leigh Fermor, tr. New York: The Viking Press, 1938. 315 p.



Roidis, Emmanouil (1836-1904)

7.1292 *Rhoidis, Emmanouel. Papissa Joanna. T.D. Kriton, tr. Athenai: Govostis, [1935]. 179 p.

7.1293 Durrell, Lawrence. Pope Joan. Translated and adapted from the Greek of Emmanuel Royidis. Woodstock, N.Y.: The Overlook Press, 1960. 157 p. Reprinted 1984. Also a revised edition: New York: Dutton, 1961. 157 p.

7.1294 Pope Joan: A Romantic Biography by Emmanuel Royidis. Lawrence Durrell tr. London: Derek Verschoyle, 1954. 163 p. *Also a revised edition: London: Andre Deutsch, 1960. 163 p. London: World Distributors, 1962. London: Mayflower, 1965. London: Sphere, 1971. London: Owen, 1981. Reissued, London: Overlook Press, 1984.

7.1295 Pope Joan. An Historical Romance by Emmanuel Roides. J.H. Freese, tr. London: H.J. Cook, 1900. 171 p.

7.1296 Pope Joan, the Female Pope: A Historical Study. Translated from the Greek of Emmanuel Rhoidis, with preface by Charles Hastings Collette. London: George Redway, 1886. 102 p.
A translation of the introduction to the novel.



Roufos, Rodis (1924-1972)

7.1300 *_____ The Age of Bronze. London; Melbourne; Toronto: Heinemann, [1960]. 285 p.

7.1301 'Athenian' [=Rodis Roufos]. Inside the Colonel's Greece. Richard Clogg, tr. and intro. London: Chatto & Windus, 1972. 215 p.



Roumbanis, Theodoros

7.1303 *Ρουμπάνης Θεόδωρος. Το ταξίδι συνεχίζεται. Kimon Friar, tr. into English. Athens, 1970. Privately printed. Bilingual edition.



Roussou, Maya-Maria (1937-1989)

7.1304 *Russu, Maya-Maria. Αντίψαλμός. Translations into many languages including English by Thomas Tumberg. Athenes, 1985.

7.1305 *_____ To the Unknown Student and the Massacre of Kalavrita. Thomas Tumberg, tr. Athens: Anglo-Hellenic Agency, n.d. 30 p.



Sachtouris, Miltos (b. 1919)

7.1306 Sahtouris, Miltos. Quicklime. John Stathatos, tr. London: Oasis Books, 1974. 20 p.

7.1307 Sahtouris, Miltos. Selected Poems. Kimon Friar, tr. and intro. Old Chatham, N.Y.: Sachem Press, 1982. 127 p.

7.1308 *Sahtouris, Miltos. Strange Sunday: Selected Poems 1952-1971. John Stathatos, tr. Frome, Somerset: Hunting Raven Press (Bran's Head Books?), 1984. 47 p.

7.1309 With Face to the Wall: Selected Poems of Miltos Sahtouris. Kimon Friar, tr. and intro. Washington, D.C.: The Charioteer Press, 1968. 40 p.



Samarakis, Antonis (b. 1919)

7.1314 Samarakis, Antonis. The Flaw. A Novel. Peter Mansfield and Richard Burns, trs. New York: Weybright and Talley, 1969. 208 p. Also *London: Hutchinson, 1969.

7.1315 Samarakis, Antonis. The Passport and Other Stories. Gavin Betts, tr. [and intro.]. Melbourne, Australia: Longman Cheshire, 1980. 112 p.



Savina, Zoi

7.1333 *_____ Enchantresses. Haiku. Tanka. Betty Simos, tr. Athens, 1985. 237 p. Bilingual edition.



Seferis, George (1900-1971)

7.1334 Seferis, George. Collected Poems. Edmund Keeley and Philip Sherrard, trs., eds., and intro. Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, 1981. 550 p. Expanded bilingual edition. Also *London: Anvil Poetry Press, 1982.
Is expanded edition of their Collected Poems (1924-1955) {7.1335}.

7.1335 Seferis, George. Collected Poems (1924-1955). Edmund Keeley and Philip Sherrard, trs., eds., and intro. Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, 1967. 490 p. Bilingual edition. *Supplemented edition, 1969. 502 p. Also London: Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1967; London: Jonathan Cape Ltd., 1969 and 1973. 490 p.

7.1336 Seferis, George. Collected Poems (1924-1955). Edmund Keeley and Philip Sherrard, trs. Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, 1971. 277 p. English only.

7.1337 Seferis, George. Delphi. Philip Sherrard, tr.; illustrations by Herbert Kreft and others. Munich and Ahrbeck/Hannover: Knorr & Hirth Verlag GMBH, 1963. 24 p. and 36 plates.

7.1338 *Σεφέρης, Γιώργος. Γράμμα στον Rex Warner πάροικο του Storrs, Connecticut, U.S.A. για τα εξήντα του χρόνια. Αθήνα, 20 Νοεμβρίου 1972. Letter to Rex Warner. Edmund Keeley, tr. 9 p. Bilingual edition.
Προσφορά της Μάρως Σεφέρη και των εκδόσεων "Ερμής". Εκτός εμπορίου. Not on the market.

7.1339 Seferis, George. The King of Asine and Other Poems. Bernard Spencer, Nanos Valaoritis and Lawrence Durrell, trs.; Rex Warner, intro. London: John Lehmann, 1948. 82 p.

7.1340 *Seferis, George. The Land Within a Wall; A Poem, and Towards a Precipice; A Declaration. John Richmond, tr. Echoes from Greece, 2. Montreal: Anthelion Press, 1969. 39 p.

7.1341 Seferis, George. Mythistorima and Gymnopaidia. Mary Cooper Walton, tr. Athens: Lycabettus Press, 1977. 69 p. Bilingual edition.

7.1342 Seferis, George. On the Greek Style: Selected Essays in Poetry and Hellenism. Rex Warner and Th.D. Frangopoulos, trs.; Rex Warner, intro. Boston and Toronto: Little, Brown and Company, 1966. 196 p. Also*London; Sydney; Toronto: The Bodley Head, [1967]. Athens: Denise Harvey & Company, 1982. 196 p.
Includes: I. "Theophilos" (pp. 1-11); II. "Sikelianos" (pp. 13-21); III. "Makryannis" (pp. 23-65); IV. "Antoniou: Our Seafaring Friend" (pp. 67-71); V. "Dialogue on Poetry: What is Meant by Hellenism?" (pp. 73-97); VI. "Letter on 'The Thrush'" (pp. 99-105); VII. "The Thrush" (pp. 107-117); VIII. "Cavafy and Eliot-A Comparison" (pp. 119-161); IX. "Letter to a Foreign Friend" [Edmund Keeley and Nanos Valaoritis, trs.] (pp. 163-181); X. "On a Phrase of Pirandello" (pp. 183-190); XI. "Art in Our Times" (pp. 191-196).

7.1343 Seferis, George. Poems. Rex Warner, tr. London; Sydney; Toronto: The Bodley Head, 1960. 127 p.*Also An Atlantic Monthly Press Book. Boston and Toronto: Little, Brown and Company, 1960. 127 p. Reprinted, with a new introduction, 1964. Boston: David R. Godine, 1979. Boston: Nonpareil Books, 1981.

7.1344 Seferis, George. A Poet's Journal: Days of 1945-1951. Athan Anagnostopoulos, tr.; Walter Kaiser, intro. Cambridge, Mass.: The Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 1974. 206 p. Also London: Harvard University Press, 1975.

7.1345 *Seferis, George. Postscript [a poem]. Minas Savvas, tr. Santa Barbara, Calif.: Unicorn Press, 1967. 1 card.

7.1346 Seferis, George. Σαντορίνη. Με ένα Σχέδιο του Χατζηκυριάκου-Γκίκα. Αθήνα: Αρχείο Θηραϊκών Μελετών-Συλλογή Δημήτρη Τσίτουρα, 1984. Santorini. Edmund Keeley and Philip Sherrard, trs. With a drawing by N. Hatjikyriakos-Ghikas. Athens: Archive of Santorini Studies-Dimitris Tsitouras Collection, 1984. A folio edition.
The translation is on pp. 7-8.

7.1347 Six Poems from the Greek of Sikelianos and Seferis. Lawrence Durrell, [tr.] Rhodes: [published privately], 1946. 18 p.

7.1348 Seferis, George. Τρία Κρυφά Ποιήματα. Three Secret Poems. Walter Kaiser, tr. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1969. 71 p. Bilingual edition. Also *London: Oxford University Press, 1969.

7.1349 Seferis, George and Rex Warner. Calligram. For Max Reinhardt. Richmond: Miniature Press. 10 November 1960. 8 unnumbered pages folded as a card. English only [Rex Warner, tr.].
Sikelianos, Angelos (1884-1951)

7.1537 *Sikelianos, Angelos. Akritan Songs. Paul Nord, tr. New York: Spap, 1944. 33 p. Bilingual edition.

7.1538 Sikelianos, Angelo. The Delphic Word. "The Principle of the Aristoi": The Dedication. Alma Reed, tr. New York: Harold Vinal Ltd., 1928. 53 p.

7.1539 Sikelianos, Angelos. The Dithyramb of the Rose. Frances Sikelianos, tr. Privately printed for Ted Shawn, 1939. Ca. 29 unnumbered p. A limited edition of five hundred copies.

7.1540 Sikelianos, Angelos. Selected Poems. Edmund Keeley and Philip Sherrard, trs. and intro. Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, 1979. 150 p. Bilingual edition.*Also London: George Allen & Unwin, 1980. 75 p. English only. London: The Anvil Press, 1983.

7.1541 Six Poems from the Greek of Sikelianos and Seferis. Lawrence Durrell, [tr.]. Rhodes, 1946. 18 p.



Sinopoulos, Takis (1917-1981)

7.1575 Sinopoulos, Takis. Deathfeast. John Stathatos, tr. London: Oasis Books, 1975. 8 p.

7.1576 Landscape of Death: The Selected Poems of Takis Sinopoulos. Kimon Friar, tr. and intro. Columbus, Ohio: Ohio State University Press, 1979. 288 p. Bilingual edition.

7.1577 Sinopoulos, Takis. Selected Poems. John Stathatos, tr. and intro. San Francisco: Wire Press; London: Oxus Press, 1981. 94 p.

7.1578 Sinopoulos, Takis. Stones. John Stathatos, tr. London: Oasis Books, 1980. 29 p.



Siotis, Dino (b. 1946)

7.1590 *Siotis, Dino. So What: Poems. John Chioles, Th. Frangopoulos, Loukas Skipitaris, Th. Maskaleris, and J. Massa, trs.; illustrated by the poet; Nanos Valaoritis, intro. San Francisco: Panjandrum Press, 1972. 60 p.



Skaros, Zissis (b. 1917)

7.1591 *_____ The Cry of the Greek People. Montreal: Editions Nouvelle Frontiere, 1971. 37 p.



Skipis, Sotiris (1881-1952)

7.1593 Patterns from a Grecian Loom: Selections from the Works of Sotiris Skipis. J. Harwood Bacon, tr. from the French with an introduction by Sir Edmund Gosse and a biographical sketch by Christine Galitzi. London: Unwin Brothers, 1928. 141 p.



Solomos, Dionysios (1798-1857)

7.1594 The Greek National Anthem. The Poem by D. Solomos (1823). The Music by N. Mantzaros. English version by Rudyard Kipling. London: Novello & Co., Ltd., 1918.
This version includes the music. The translation (six stanzas) was published in Η Εσπερία, 25 Οκτωβρίου 1918 and had originally been published in the Daily Telegraph of the previous Thursday {7.1600}.

7.1595 The Hymn to Liberty: The Greek National Anthem. Dionysios Solomos 1798-1857. Warren E. Blake, tr. Ann Arbor, Mich., 1957. 8 p.
The first four stanzas. Printed as two stanzas on a folded sheet.

7.1596 *Solomos, Dionysios. Ode to Liberty. George D. Canale, tr. into both prose and verse with a biographical sketch of the poet and notes. Zante: Constantine Rossolimo Publisher, 1861. 13 p. Bilingual edition.



Spanou Stratis, Giota

7.1631 *_____ Στην Άλλη Όχθη / At the Other Side. Poihvmata / Poems. Athens and New York: Δρυμός, 1986. 41 p.



Spatharis, Sotiris (1892-1973)

7.1632 Spatharis, Sotiris. Behind the White Screen: Memoirs. Mario Rinvolucri, tr. and intro.: "The History and Art of Karagiosis" [Leslie Finer, tr.]. New York: Red Dust, 1976. 150 p. *Also, with subtitle: An Autobiography. London: Alan Ross, 1967. 163 p.



Spyropoulos, N.J. (1893-1958)

7.1633 *_____ Bellerophon [a play in verse]. Clarence A. Manning, tr. New York: Bookman Associates, 1955. 71 p.

Tachtsis, Kostas (1927-1988)

7.1639 Tachtsis, Costas. The Third Wedding. Leslie Finer, tr. New York: Red Dust, 1971. 303 p. *Also London: Alan Ross, 1967; Harmondsworth, England: Penguin Books, 1969. 256 p.

7.1640 Taktsis, Costas. The Third Wedding Wreath. In a new translation with an introduction by John Chioles. Athens: Hermes, 1985. 322 p.



Terzakis, Angelos (1907-1978)

7.1650 Terzakis, Angelos. Homage to the Tragic Muse. Athan H. Anagnostopoulos, tr.; Cedric H. Whitman, foreword. Boston, Mass.: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1978. 206 p.

7.1651 *Terzakis, Angelos. Theophano. M. Rethis and George Crocker, trs. Emporia, Kansas, 1961.

7.1652 *Terzakis, Angelos. Thomas with Two Souls. Athan Agnos, tr. Medford, Mass., 1964.



Thaniel, George (b. 1938)

7.1661 Thaniel, George. Beyond the Moment: Selected Poems 1960-1976. Edward V.S. Phinney, tr., intro. and notes. New York and Washington: Vantage Press, 1983. 60 p.

7.1662 Thaniel, George. Homage to Byzantium: The Life and Work of Nikos Gabriel Pentzikis. A Nostos Book. Minneapolis, Minn.: North Central Publishing Company, 1983. 156 p.

7.1663 *Thaniel, George. The Linchpin. Ten Poems. Montreal: Anthelion Press, 1969.

7.1664 *Thaniel, George. Seawave and Snowfall: Selected Poems 1960-1982. Edward Phinney, tr. Toronto: Amaranth Editions, 1984. 120 p.
Contains both translations from the Greek and poems written in English.
Theodorou, Nelly (b. 1938)

7.1668 Theodorou, Nelly. Pastorale. Abbott Rick, tr. New York: Thomas Y. Crowell Company, 1961. 180 p. Also as *Pastorale: A Classic Novel of Man and Nature. London: Redman, 1962.



Theotokas, Giorgos (1906-1966)

7.1671 Theotokas, George. Argo. A Novel. E. Margaret Brooke and Ares Tsatsopoulos, trs. London: Methuen & Company, 1951. 357 p.

7.1672 Theotokas, George. Leonis. A Novel. Donald E. Martin, tr.; Theofanis G. Stavrou, pref. A Nostos Book. Minneapolis, Minn.: North Central Publishing Company, 1985. 145 p.



Tsagris, Kleomenis G. (b. 1890)

7.1692 *_____ A Spring Ramble. Athens, 1961. 32 p.



Tsaloumas, Dimitris (b. 1921)

7.1693 Tsaloumas, Dimitris. The Book of Epigrams. Philip Grundy, tr. St. Lucia; London; New York: University of Queensland Press, 1985. 207 p. Bilingual edition.

7.1694 Tsaloumas, Dimitris. The Observatory. Philip Grundy, tr. St. Lucia; London; New York: University of Queensland Press, 1983. 170 p. Second edition [with notes], 1984. 175 p. Bilingual edition.



Tsangarakis, Odysseas

7.1698 *_____ Open Roads. Jean H. Woodhead, tr. Great Neck, N.Y.: Todd and Honeywell Inc., 1981.



Tsatsos, Konstantinos D. (1899-1986)

7.1699 Tsatsos, Constantine. Dialogues in a Monastery. Jean Demos, tr.; John Brademas, pref. Brookline, Mass.: Hellenic College Press, 1986. 182 p.



Tsatsou, Ioanna (b. 1904)

7.1701 Tsatsos, Jeanne. Empress Athenais-Eudocia: A Fifth Century Byzantine Humanist. Jean Demos, tr. Brookline, Mass.: Holy Cross Orthodox Press, 1977. 141 p.

7.1702 Tsatsos, Ioanna. Hours on Sinai. Jean Demos, tr. Brookline, Mass.: Hellenic College Press, 1984. 78 p.

7.1703 Tsatsos, Ioanna. My Brother George Seferis. Jean Demos, tr.; Eugene Current-Garcia, pref. A Nostos Book. Minneapolis, Minn.: North Central Publishing Company, 1982. 257 p.

7.1704 Tsatsos, Ioanna. Poems. Jean Demos, tr.; C.A. Trypanis, intro. A Nostos Book. Minneapolis, Minn.: North Central Publishing Company, 1984. 200 p. Bilingual edition.

7.1705 Tsatsos, Jeanne. The Sword's Fierce Edge: A Journal of the Occupation of Greece, 1941-1944. Authorized English translation by Jean Demos. Nashville, Tenn.: Vanderbilt University Press, 1969. 130 p.



Tsirkas, Stratis (1911-1980)

7.1707 Tsirkas, Stratis. Drifting Cities: A Trilogy. Kay Cicellis, tr. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1974. 710 p.



Vagenas, Nasos (b. 1945)

7.1720 *Vayenas, Nassos. Biography. Richard Burns, tr. Cambridge, England: Lobby Press, 1978. Unpaginated. Bilingual edition.

7.1721 Vayenas, Nassos. Biography and Other Poems. John Stathatos, tr. London: Oxus Press, 1979. 32 p.



Vakalo, Eleni (b. 1921)

7.1743 Βακαλό, Ελένη. Γενεαλογία / Genealogy. Paul Merchant, tr. Exeter, England: Rougemont Press, 1971. 87 p. 450 numbered copies. Bilingual edition. New and revised edition: *Egham, England: Interim Press, 1977. 22 p.



Valaoritis, Nanos (b. 1921)

7.1751 Valaoritis, Nanos. Flash Bloom. Illustrations by Marie Wilson. San Francisco: Wire Press, 1980. 140 p.



Varnalis, Kostas (1884-1974)

7.1762 _____ The True Apology of Socrates: A Satire. Stephen Yaloussis, tr. London: Zeno Publishers, 1955. 79 p.



Vasilikos, Vasilis (b. 1933)

7.1766 Vassilikos, Vassilis. The Harpoon Gun. Barbara Bray, tr. New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1973. 246 p.

7.1767 Vassilikos, Vassilis. The Monarch. Mary Keeley, tr. Indianapolis and New York: Bobbs-Merrill, 1976. 216 p.

7.1768 _____ Outside the Walls. Mike Edwards, tr. New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1973. 192 p.

7.1769 _____ The Photographs. Mike Edwards, tr. New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1971. 181 p. *Also London: Secker and Warburg, 1971. 181 p.; London: Sphere, 1972. 155 p.

7.1770 Vassilikos, Vassilis. The Plant, The Well, The Angel: A Trilogy. Edmund and Mary Keeley, trs. New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1964. 272 p.

7.1771 Vassilikos, Vassilis. Z. Marilyn Calmann, tr. New York: Farrar, Straus, and Giroux, 1968. 406 p. Also New York: Ballantine Books, 1969. 377 p.; *London: Macdonald & Co., 1969. 406 p.; London: Sphere, 1970. 317 p.



Venezis, Ilias (1904-1973)

7.1784 *Venezis, Ilias. Aeolia. Elisabeth D. Scott-Kilvert, tr. Lawrence Durrell, preface. London: Campion Editions, 1949; Denver: University of Denver Press, 1951. 259 p.

7.1785 *Venezis, Ilias. Beyond the Aegean. E.D. Scott-Kilvert, tr. With a preface by Lawrence Durrell. New York: The Vanguard Press, 1956. 259 p.
Same novel as in the previous entry.



Vikelas, Dimitrios (1835-1909)

7.1795 Bikelas, D. Loukis Laras: Reminiscences of a Chiote Merchant during the War of Independence. J. Gennadius, tr. with preface and notes. London: Macmillan & Co., 1881. 273 p.

7.1796 Vikelas, Demetrios. Loukis Laras. J. Gennadios, tr.; D. Trollope revised the translation. London: Doric Publications, 1972. 128 p.

7.1797 *Bikelas, Demetrios. Seven Essays on Christian Greece. John, marquess of Bute, tr. Paisley and London: Alexander Gardner, 1890. 298 p.

7.1798 Bikelas, Demetrios. Tales from the Aegean. Leonard Eckstein Opdycke, tr.; Henry Alonzo Huntington, intro. Chicago: A.C. McClurg and Company, 1894. 258 p.



Vitsaxis, Vasilis (b. 1920)

7.1802 _____ Like Candle Drops. The author, tr. New Delhi: Samkaleen Prakashan, 1979. 53 p.

7.1803 _____ My Trails. Pauline W. Innis and the author, trs. Bombay and Sydney: Thomson Press, 1975. 41 p.



Vlachodimitris, Thodoris (b. 1925)

7.1811 _____ Κύμβαλα-Cymbals. William Beck, tr. from the second edition. Athens: Σήμερα κι Άυριο, 1978. 67 p. Bilingual edition.



Vlachos, Angelos (b. 1915)

7.1812 Vlachos, Ange. Their Most Serene Majesties. Kay Cicellis, tr. London: The Bodley Head, 1963. 318 p. *Also New York: Putnam's, 1963; New York: Vanguard Press, 1964. 318 p.



Vlachos, Helen (b. 1911)

7.1815 Vlachos, Helen. House Arrest. London: Andre Deutsch, 1970. 158 p. *Boston, Mass.: Gambit, 1970. 183 p.

7.1816 Vlachos, H. Mosaic (A Greek Notebook). Mark Ogilvie-Grant, tr.; Minos Argyrakis, illustr. Athens: "Eklogi", 1959. 176 p.



Vlami, Eva (1914-1974)

7.1817 Vlami, Eva. Skeletovrahos. Athens: Efstathiadis Group, 1985. 173 p.



Vlavianos-Arvanitis, Agni

7.1819 Vlavianos-Arvanitis, Agni. Oscillations: Poems. Ταλαντώσεις: Ποιήματα. Tr. by the author. [Athens], 1983. 79 p. Bilingual edition.

7.1820 Vlavianos-Arvanitis, Agni. Reflections: Poems. Στοχασμοί: Ποιήματα. Tr. by the author. [Athens], 1982. 127 p. Bilingual edition.

7.1821 Vlavianos-Arvanitis, Agni. Roots: Poems. Ρίζες: Ποιήματα. Tr. by the author. [Athens], 1983. 159 p. Bilingual edition.



Xenopoulos, Grigorios (1867-1951)

7.1835 *Xenopoulos, Gregorios. Red Rock: From Ecstasy to Tragedy. William Spanos, tr. New York: Pageant Press Inc., 1955. 202 p.

7.1836 _____ The Stepmother: A Tale of Modern Athens. Done into English by Mrs. Edmonds. London & New York: John Lane (The Bodley Head), 1897. 143 p.



Xenos, Stefanos Theodoros (1821-1894)

7.1841 Xenos, Stephanos Theodoros. Andronike: The Heroine of the Greek Revolution. Edwin A. Grosvenor, tr. Boston: Roberts Brothers, 1897. 527 p. Also *London, 1861.

7.1842 _____ The Devil in Turkey or Scenes in Constantinople. Tr. from the author's unpublished Greek manuscript by Henry Corpe. 3 vols. London: Effingham Wilson, Royal Exchange, 1851. Vol. 1 = 426 p.; Vol. 2 = 468 p.; Vol. 3 = 532 p.



Zalokostas, Christos (1805-1858)

7.1845 Zalocosta, Christo. Rupel. Woodcuts by Yanni Kephallinos; Alexander Papagos, intro. Athens: Stef. N. Taroussopoulos Printing Press, 1945. 90 p.



Zarambouka, Sofia (b. 1939)

7.1847 *_____ Flit Goes on a Trip. The author, tr. Athens: Kedros, 1972.

7.1848 *_____ Aristophanes' Irene / Peace. The author, tr. and illustr. for young children. Washington, D.C.: Tee Loftin Publishers, 1979. [40 p.]



Zei, Alki (b. 1925)

7.1850 _____ Petros' War. Edward Fenton, tr. New York: E.P. Dutton, 1972. 236 p. Also *London: Gollancz, 1972. 236 p.

7.1851 _____ The Sound of the Dragon's Feet. Edward Fenton, tr. New York: E.P. Dutton, 1979. 116 p.

7.1852 _____ Wildcat Under Glass. Edward Fenton, tr. New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1968. 178 p. Also *London: Gollancz, 1969. 180 p.




INTODUCTORY NOTE: This computer file includes, from the CENSUS named above, all the English-language translations of works of nineteenth and twentieth century Greek authors that were published in book-form in the period 1824-1987. Most of these translations are listed in Chapter 7 of the CENSUS; their original entry number from the CENSUS is preserved in the present file.

Total number of 19th and 20th century Greek authors with English translations published in book-form 1824-1987: 137.
Total number of entries in the present file: 352.

Introductory note (taken from the beginning of Chapter 7 [pp. 71] and the Introduction , pp. xiv-xvi, and also p. xii, of the CENSUS):
The (Greek) authors (of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries) are listed alphabetically by their last names. In the entries the names have been given in the actual forms in which they appear in the sources (insofar as could be determined). In the (centered) headings, however, the spelling has been generally standardized to follow the transliteration scheme proposed by Linos Politis in his History of Modern Greek Literature (Robert Liddell, tr. Oxford: The Clarendon Press, 1973. Reprinted with corrections, 1975). A guide to the transcription used here is given below; however, exceptions are made when the name is already well-known in a diferent form, viz. Demetrios Capetanakis, C.P. Cavafy (not Kavafis), John Chioles, Kay Cicellis, Andonis Decavalles, N.C. Germanacos, Stratis Haviaras, Vasso Kalamaras, George Thaniel, usually as the author has lived extensively outside Greece.
Under the heading of each author the works are arranged in the alphabetical order of their title.
An asterisk placed at the beginning of an entry indicates that it has not been possible to inspect that item personally: the information is that available from bibliographical sources.
Note: Authors prior to the nineteenth century are incorporated in Part II of the chapter on Literary History (=CENSUS, Chapter 6). A separate computer file has been formed for their works appearing in English translation in book-form.

Transcription (of authors' names in the headings)
As is evident from the many forms in which the names of Greek authors appear in English, there is no standard system of transcription. Yet it would be cumbersome for the user of the check-list to have to search for each author, in either the chapter on authors or the index, under different forms of his or her name. Thus a unified system, such as that used by Linos Politis in his History of Modern Greek Literature, has been followed. Greek letters (and combinations) lacking a unique equivalent in the Latin alphabet have been transcribed as follows:
β: v
γ: g
δ: d
η: i
θ: th
κ: k (not c)
υ: y
φ: f (not ph)
χ: ch (not h or kh)
Diphthongs ει and οι: ι αι: ai ου: ou
Double consonants μπ: mb (b in word-initial position);
ντ: nt (d in word initial position);
γγ, γκ: ng (g in word-initial position).
The last names of women authors have been given in the genitive case (without -ς). The names of editors and translators have not been transcribed under the scheme used for the Greek authors; instead, their names have been unified under their fullest and most frequent form.