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Maribor

Agrafiotis, Demosthenes

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ISBN 10: 0942996704 / ISBN 13: 9780942996708
Published by The Post-Apollo Press, U.S.A., 2010
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Title: Maribor

Publisher: The Post-Apollo Press, U.S.A.

Publication Date: 2010

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition:As New

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Poetry. Winner of the 2011 Northern California Book Award for Poetry in Translation. Translated from the Greek by John Sakkis and Angelos Sakkis. Demosthenes Agrafiotis's MARIBOR is a book of thoughts, impressions, expressions and reflections from his travels to Hesperia (Western Europe) in the period 1980-90. The book is concerned with the constantly elusive identity of Europe as a geographic place, as a cultural gamble, as a historical problem, as a horizon for the future of humankind.

"MARIBOR gives us both artifact—of the ephemera of communication, institutions, power—as well as blueprint for imagining an 'alphabet of the future.' A master of the contemporary hermetic, Agrafiotis can bring to light in one stroke both the evanescence and endurance of the writing on the wall."—Eleni Stecopoulos

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Demosthenes Agrafiotis's Maribor is a book of thoughts, impressions, expressions and reflections from his travels to Hesperia (Western Europe) in the period 1980-90. The book is concerned with the constantly elusive identity of Europe as a geographic place, as a cultural gamble, as a historical problem, as a horizon for the future of mankind. At the same time a way is sought for a linkage between his personal voyage and the Mega-course of a continent, a means of meshing together a personal adventure (Agrafiotis's) with a cultural universe with all its achievements and all its failures."

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