Cavafy's Alexandria

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Princeton University Press, 1976 - 224 من الصفحات
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C. P. Cavafy, one of the greatest modern Greek poets, lived in Alexandria for all but a few of his seventy years. Alexandria became, for Cavafy, a central poetic metaphor and eventually the heart of a myth encompassing the entire Greek world. In this, the first full-length critical work on Cavafy in English, Keeley describes Cavafy's literary progress and aesthetic development in the making of that myth.
 

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Edmund Keeley is Charles Barnwell Straut Professor Emeritus of English and Director of Hellenic Studies Program Emeritus at Princeton University. He is the translator of C. P. Cavafy: Collected Poems, author of Modern Greek Poetry: Voice and Myth and The Salonika Bay Murder: Cold War Politics and the Polk Affair, and editor of Voices of Modern Greece, all published by Princeton University Press.

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