if you find her poor, Ithaca won't have fooled you. Wise as you will have
become, so full of experience, you will have understood by then what these
Ithacas mean." K. Kavafy
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H mikrh pestrofa
||"FLORITSA - H mikrh pestrofa"
is the first book for children written by Pipitsa Kapsampeli-Kolosoura.
She is a teacher and the principal at the 5th Nhpiagvgeio of Kalamata (Greece).
The most interesting in this book, except of the beautiful
story about the adventures of a small fish, is the students' involvement
in the production and illustration of the book. Enquiries for the book
The bilingual anthology (English & Greek) "REFLECTIONS:
Selected Works from Greek Australian Literature" was edited by Thanasis
Spilias and Stavros Messinis and published with the assistance
of the Australian Bicentennial Authority to celebrate Australia's Bicentenary
in 1998. This anthology contains selected poetry and prose and a comprehensive
introduction by Dr Con Castan and bibliography. Writers represented
include Dimitris Tsaloumas, Antigone Kefala, Zeny Giles, Angelo Loukakis,
Spiro Zavos, George Papaellinas, Stylianos Harkianakis, Vasso Kalamaras
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