Diachronic Contribution of Greek to other Languages


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http://weiroch.co.uk/wp-cron.php?doing_wp_cron=1597316512.8728039264678955078125 The Diachronic Contribution of Greek to Other Languages is the new volume compiled and edited by Dr George Kanarakis and published a few months ago in Athens by Papazissis Publications. Dr Kanarakis, Professor of the School of Humanities and Social Sciences at Charles Sturt University, is a well-known linguist and hellenist.

This volume, which is based on original research and consists of 775 pages, is not intended only for linguists and historians of the Greek language but, in general, for all those who are interested in the Greek language and its global presence, as well as to all those educators who teach second and foreign languages.

Yannis Ritsos Poems


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Translated by Manolis Aligizakis
Edited by Apryl Leaf
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Review by Amy Henry (website: www.theblacksheepdances.com)

Amy Henry

A careful hand is needed to translate the poems of Yannis Ritsos, and Manolis is the ideal poet to undertake such an enormous task. Born in Crete, Manolis’s youth was intermingled with the poetry of Ritsos. Once a young man moved by the Theodorakis version of Epitaphios, he’s now a successful poet in his own right who is still moved to tears hearing the refrains of those notes from half a century ago. His Greek heritage, with its knowledge of the terrain, people, history and cultural themes, makes his translation all the more true to what Ritsos intended. Having visited the very places of which Ritsos wrote, he knows how the light and sea shift, and how Ritsos imagined those changes as being a temperament and personality of the Greece itself.

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