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ITHACA Online
Nikos Kasdaglis
 Land Roads and Sea Roads, Issue No 24

Nikos Kasdaglis was born in Kos in 1928. During the German occupation he organised resistance groups.
In 1948 he started working for the Agricultural Bank on Rhodes. He actively opposed the colonels’ dictatorship and in 1969 he was fired as one of the 18 writers who published a declaration against censorship. He returned to the bank in 1974.
He made his literary debut in 1952 while still a soldier when Renos Apostolidis published his short story “The Engineer” in Nea Ellinika. His novel The Teeth of the Millstone won the Second State Prize and he made his name with the novel Shorn. He also translated works of literature from French to Greek.
In 1969 he won the Ford Foundation Prize for his literary work. A member of the Society of Greek Writers till 1981 and a founding member of the Greek Society of Authors (since 1982), he has contributed to Kathimerini and Ta Nea newspapers and numerous magazines including Epohes, Tahydromos, Diagonios, Poliorkia, Grammata kai Tehnes.

Translations

In Slovenian:
Ostriženci, translated Marijan Tavčar. Ljubljana: Državna založba Slovenije, 1963. 120pp.
Original Title: Kekarmenoi

In Hebrew:
Qcvcym, translated by Amir Tsukerman. Haifa: Keter, 2001. 127pp.
ISBN: 965-07-1049-3
Original Title: Kekarmenoi

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