Before Time Could Change Them: A Reading of Cavafy's Poems
Theoharis C. Theoharis PhD, Associate in Comparative Literature, Harvard University, Nikolaos Mavridis
Thu Jan 13, 07-09:00pm, 1-246
No enrollment limit, no advance sign up
Single session event
A poetry reading night, in Greek and English, featuring a short introduction followed by selected poems.
Constantine P. Cavafy was born in Alexandria, Egypt in 1863 and died there in 1933. Together with Seferis and Elytis he is is the most famous Greek poet of the modern period. His style is direct, intense, and poised, as is his stance toward those who have loved, who have lost, who have endured for beauty's sake, and honor's.
Contact: Nikolaos Mavridis, x3-3716, email@example.com
Sponsor: Hellenic Students' Association
Latest update: 21-Dec-2004