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ITHACA Online
Anthology of 20th Century Greek Short Stories
 Thanassis Niarchos

490pp.
Kastaniotis, 2009
ISBN: 978-960-03-4384-7

The short stories in this anthology are an accurate representation of the genre in modern and contemporary Greece. Together they form a guide to a field in which Greek literature has always excelled – the short story, with its own demands and potential. The wide array of themes, trends, and narrative techniques in this collection demonstrates the rapid development of the Greek short story. The editor has selected stories by writers who are dedicated to the genre, have worked at it systematically and understand how it functions. They exploit the full possibilities of short fiction and converse on an equal footing with the leading exponents of the genre on the international literary scene. Ranging from authors such as Alexandros Papadiamantis, Melpo Axioti, Michail Mitsakis and Dimosthenis Voutyras, to Christoforos Milionis, Dimitris Nollas and Sotiris Dimitriou, the anthology reflects achievement of a high order.


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